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September 26, 1980 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-26

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AJC Seeks Court Ruling

Jackson Denies Rift With Begin

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Henry Jackson (D-
Wash.), whose support of Is-
rael has been unquestioned
in his long political career,
has indicated annoyance
with published spectulation
that he did not mention Is-
rael in his address to the
Bnai Brith International
convention because he is
"angry" with Premier
Menahem Begin.
Under headlines such as
liy Senator Jackson Was
on Israel" and "Some
r Thunder in Jackson's
Silence," sections of the
American Jewish press car-
ried the report from their
own Washington corre-
spondent that began "How
angry is" Jackson with Be-
gin?
The report noted he had
spoken about U.S.-Soviet
relations, Soviet Jewish
emigration, Afghanistan,
the strikes in Poland, and
the energy crisis but "noth-
ing about Israel."
Jackson's office dis-
missed the report as. an

tt

Mapam Begins
Election Drive

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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Mapam launched a two-fold
election campaign last week
aimed at toppling the
Likud-led government in
the 'next Knesset elections
and assuring a continued
Labor Alignment majority
in the upcoming Histadrut
elections.
But, while speakers at the
meeting of the party's Cen-
tral Committee blasted the
Begin regime they also had
tough words for the Labor
Party, their Alignment
partners.
The Knesset elections
are more than a year
away — barring events
that may require early
elections — but Mapam
believes that the Labor
Party must start cleaning
house now to prepare for
what Mapam Secretary
Victor Shemtov said
would be a struggle be-
tween "superpowers."
According to Shemtov,
Labor must end its internal
conflicts which provide
ammunition to • its oppo-
nents. The Labor Party
must mobilize all of its re-
sources for the election
struggle and should not fear
self-criticism for past mis-
takes, Mapam leaders said.

address, neither did Austra-
lian Prime Minister Mal-
colm Fraser whose creden-
tials in support of Israel's
government are similarly
unquestioned.
Fraser, whose address
preceded Jackson's, also
stressed the Soviet compo-
nent in world affairs and
human rights.
received
Jackson
standing ovations before
and after his speech to
the Bnai Brith, Fosdick
noted. He discussed the
elements about which he
SENATOR JACKSON
invention" and as "ut- is the Senate's foremost
terly ridiculous." expert — Soviet Jewish
Dorothy Fosdick, a prin- emigration and the prob-
cipal assistant to lems stemming from U.S.
Jackson, said she told the dependence on Middle
report's author that East oil.
In an interview with The
"You're inventing the
whole thing. You don't Washington Star two
months ago, Jackson
have a story there."
Jackson, Fosdick said, "is criticized the "timing" of Is-
very close and very loyal to rael's establishment of new
Begin" and that "person- settlements on the West
ally, Scoop is a good friend of Bank but in the same inter-
Begin." Jackson's nickname view he said "the settle-
ments are not illegal,"
is "Scoop."
Independent observers which is contrary to the
noted that while Jackson Carter Administration's
did not mention Israel in his position.

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Peres Released
from Hospital

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Shi-
• n Peres, leader of the
r Party, was released
I
ti urn Tel Hashomer Hospi-
tal Sept. 6 after spending a
quiet and restful night. He
was admitted to the hopsital
after complaining of chest
and abdominal pains.
Doctors at the hopsital
said he was suffering from
indigestion and fatigue.
Peres told reporters after
leaving the hospital that he
would resume his normal
work schedule later in the
week at the Labor Party
headquarters.

The
NEW YORK
American Jewish Comgress
has asked the U.S. Supreme
Court to hear an appeal of a
ruling that permits foreign
governments to recruit em-
ployees in violation of a
New York statute that bars
discrimination on grounds
of race and religions.
The AJCongress is seek-
ing a writ of certiorari from
the high court in the case of
American Jewish Congress
v. N.Y. State Human Rights
Appeal Board.
The case involves a job
application form distrib-
uted by the United Arab
Emirates University to per-
sons responding to a faculty
recruitment ad published in

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