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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 3, 1980

24

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U.S. to Chop UN Funding

Schindler Urges
Ratification
of Genocide Act

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, is among seven
prominent religious leaders
who have urged the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee to recommend ratifica-
tion of the Genocide Con-
vention and four other
human rights covenants.
The religious spokesmen,
of whicfi Schindler is the
only Jewish representative,
declared: "Continued non-
ratificatition prohibits the
United States from par-
ticipating in some of the
most importnat interna-
tional forums for the protec-
tion of human rights at a
time when it is demonstra-
bly in the nation's interest
and purpose to strengthen
international law in the
field of human rights." The
appeal for favorable action
was in the form of a letter to
Sen. Frank Church (D-
.' Idaho), the Committee's
chairman.

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a request from Rep. Bill
Green (R-NY). Green, in a
letter dated Aug. 12 -to Sec-
retary of State Edmund
Muskie, recommended that
the U.S. reconsider its fund-
ing to the UN because the
United Nations
Environmental Program
(UNEP) director, Mostafa
Tolba, prevented an Israeli
firm from being the contrac-
tor on a major construction
project.
The Israeli firm had sub-
mitted the lowest bid on a
proposed $23 million UNEP
headquarters complex in
Nairobi, Kenya.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The U.S. has withheld $5
million in funds for a United
Nations program following

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perialism in collaboration
with the racist Zionist
entity and the Egyptian re-
gime."
Another speaker at Tues-
day's Gerieral Assembly de-
bate was Foreign Minister
and Deputy Premier Kamal
Hassan Ali of Egypt who de-
clared that his country was
persevering in efforts to re-
solve the Palestinian prob-
lem.
In New York, President
Carter warned that_
should Israel be expel!1
from the United Natior.
General Assembly , it
would raise questions
about whether the United
States and other coun-
tries would remain in
that UN forum.
The United States will
strongly oppose any effort to
exclude Israel from the
General Assembly or any
UN specialized agency,
Carter told the convention
of the International Ladies
Garment Workers Union
(ILGWU).

In a sharply worded at-
tack on what he called the
"alliance" between Egypt,
Israel and the U.S., the Sy-
rian foreign minister
charged that the Camp
David accords are a "conspi-
racy concocted by U.S. im-

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Foreign Minister
Abdul Halim Khaddam of
Syria urged the General As-
sembly Tuesday to impose
sanctions against Israel and
to suspend it from member-
ship in the United Nations.

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem declared here
last week that Jerusalem
will always be the capital of
Israel, that its unfication
was almost "as important as
the founding of the state of
Israel itself' and that the
city has been "com-
paratively peaceful" despite
considerable tension there.
Kollek said Jerusalem
was a "success story" and
"will remain the capital of
Israel no matter how many
countries move their em-
bassies from the city."
But, he warned, "If we
want to be a strong nation
we have to give everyone
the same chances."

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Syria Asks Israel UN Ouster

Kollek Stresses
Jerusalem Unity

fore uniformity, except
where both may be had.
—Bacon

group of non-Jewish Swiss
have started a petition
campaign calling on the
Swiss government to expel
the Palestine Liberation
Organization delegate to
the United Nations in
Geneva, Daud Barakat,
from Switzerland and to
recognize Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel. So far,
2,50(), signatures, have been
collected.

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