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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 28, 1980

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Israel Withdraws UN Draft on De-Nuclearization of M.EG.-4

DIAMOND BAKERY

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Israel, in a surprise
move, withdrew a draft
resolution it had introduced
earlier for the "de-
nuclearization of the Middle
East," blaming lack of re-
sponse from the Arab coun-
tries.
Announcing the move in
the General Assembly's
Political and Security
Committee (First Commit-
tee), Ambassador Arie
Eilan of Israel's UN Mis-
sion, siad Israel withdrew

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its draft resolution "with
great regret" and warned
that "those who have re-
jected Israel's offer in this
committee must bear a very
heavy responsibility in the
eyes of mankind."
Eilan cited the "adamant
refusal on the part of so
many Arab states to re-
spond to Israel's calls for
de-nuclearization of the
Middle East" as the reason
for Israel's decision to with-
draw its draft resolution.
The draft called for a

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In "Cabal" (Dell Books),
author Norman Garbo
questions whether the
United States, in order to
insure its Arab oil supplies,
would secretly encourage
the destruction of Israel by
her enemies.
In the novel, Garbo postu-
lates that there is a high-
level network of indepen-
dent Israeli agents, fi-
nanced by wealthy Ameri-
can Jews, called "Chai." The
agents are dedicated to save
Israel from a lethal plot
hatched in the White House
Oval Office by Arab leaders,
the State Department, the
oil consortiums and the
President.
Garbo draws on recent
history to show how such
a counter-intelligence
group might have led to
the events of the Six-Day
War and how it allowed
the Israelis to strike back
effectively.
Garbo, the author of sev-
eral books including "The
Confrontation" and "The

ADL Welcomes
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Nathan Perlmutter, na-
tional director of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, has welcomed the
statement that Drew Days,
the head of the Justice De-
partment's civil rights di-
vision, was studying the
• verdict acquitting six pres-
ent and former Ku Klux
Klan and Nazi Party mem-
bers of murder charges by a
Greensboro, N.C. all-white
jury.
The charges stemmed
from the slaying of five
members of the Communist
Workers Party at an Anti-
Klan rally last fall.

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year.
It states that under no"
circumstances whatsoever
should anyone taking a hos-
tage, whatever reason he
gives, be exempt from either
prosecution or extradition.
It also calls for coopera.:
tion between all states in
fighting the taking of hos-
tages. The convention is re-
garded by Israel as an im-
portant practical measure
in the struggle against in-
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conference of all Middle
East states aimed at
reaching an agreement
for the non-proliferation
of nuclear weapons in the
region. It was only the
third time that Israel has
submitted a draft resolu-
tion since it became a
member of the UN in
1949.
In another development,
Israel signed the interna-
tional convention against
the taking of hostages
which was adopted by the

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's Mogen David Adorn
has advised the Italian Red
Cross that Israel is prepared
to send medical crews and
equipment to aid the vic-
tims of Sunday's earth-
quakes in southern Italy.
Italian authorities re-
ported damage in 29 cities
and towns. The Mogen
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