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November 28, 1980 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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MONTREAL (JTA) — A
Canadian Jewish Congress
(CJC) committee presented
a brief containing recom-
mendations for amend-
ments to the proposed new
Canadian constitution be-
fore a parliamentary hear-
ing in Ottawa this week.
Irwin Cotter, CJC na-
tional president and a
McGill University constitu-
tional law professor, said
the 50-page CJC brief "ad-
dresses itself to a clause by-
clause analysis" of the char-
ter of human rights. In the
proposed constitution, in
addition to dealing with
human rights in general,

the brief cites three specifi-
cally Jewish concerns.
The CJC committee
wants suspected Nazi war
criminals exempted from a
clause which states, "Any-
one charged with an offense
has the right not to be found
guilty of an act or omission
that at the time of the act or
omission did not constitute
an offense."
The CJC also wants hate
propaganda to be exempted
from the freedom of expres-
sion clause, and guarantees
that affirmative action pro-
grams for disadvantaged
groups do not result in re-
verse discrimination.

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ARLINGTON, Va. (JTA)
— The leaders of three
ultra-conservative groups
have urged President-elect
Ronald Reagan to imple-
ment the pro-Israel posi-
tions he took during the
election campaign "through
your appointments in the
foreign affairs and defense
fields."
The Mailgram message,
addressed to Reagan at his
Washington, D.C., head-
quarters, was signed by
Jerry Falwell, president of
the Moral Majority, Edward
McAteer, president of the
Religious Roundtable based
in Arlington, and Paul
Weyrich, president of the
Committee for the Survival
of a Free Congress. The
three groups supported
Reagan's election.
Their message affirmed
the importance of in-
creased understanding and
action among Bible-
believing Christians and
Jews for a return to moral-
ity and enlightened na-
tional policies in America."
It observed in that context
that "from our religious,
moral and strategic
perspective,- Israel sup-
remely represents our val-
ues and hopes for security
and peace in the Middle
East."
The signatories re-
minded Reagan that he
has "on many occasions
publicly recognized the
importance of Israel to
our national security."
They expressed concern,
however, that "unfortu-
nat0y, many of those
vying for . . . positions (in
foreign affairs and de-
fense) hold views which
are incompatible with
your policy perspective
on Israel.
"Nevertheless, we have
full confidence and trust
that you will exercise good
judgment regarding such
critical appointments," the
message concluded.
The Moral Majority and
other rightwing evangelical
groups that supported Re-
agan are known to be upset
that he is reportedly consid-
ering several prominent
Republicans who served in
the Nixon and Ford Ad-
ministrations for key posi-
tions, including those of sec-
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