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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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Politicians
to Address ADL

NEW YORK — Senator
Daniel P. Moynihan ('D-NY)
and former Vice President
Walter F. Mondale will be
among the principal speak-
ers at the 68th annual Na-
tional Commission meeting
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith this
weekend in New York.

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Kemp Pledges No Sale' of AWACS to the Saudis

WASHINGTON (JTA) — _ United States and Israel.
more 'balanced' view. This
Rep. Jack Kemp (R-N.Y.)
Speaking to the Middle will be something to reckon
pledged that "there will be East Commission of the with in the future."
no sale" of AWACS or Jewish Federation Coun-
The danger of this pro-
enhancement equipment to cil's Community Relations posed sale to the U.S. is
Saudi Arabia as long as the Committee in Los Angeles, clear, Dine said. "This
Saudis do not support the Dine said the proposed sale country will be relin-
Camp David process, as has put the Jewish commu- quishing its most sophis-
long as they "embrace the nity in the U.S. in a "show- ticated military technol-
PLO" and as long as they down' . situation over the ogy to a country that is
are waging a "jihad" issue with the new adminis- only very tenuously in
against Israel.
tration.
the Western- camp," he
Speaking at the 22nd an-
"We have an administra- observed.
nual policy conference of the tion that seems to be split in
In Washington, a high
American Israel Public Af- its overall view toward Is- Pentagon official warned
fairs Committees, Kemp rael," Dine said. "We have American Jews to "weigh"
stressed that it is the Soviet the President, Secretary of their opposition to the sale
Union "that is the greatest State (Alexander) Haig and of sophisticated weapons to
threat to peace in the Mid- National Security Adviser Saudi Arabia against the
dle East."
Richard Allen strongly sup- broader interest of Ameri-
He said there is a need for portive of Israel while Sec- can support for a strong Is-
an American ground retary of Defense (Casper) rael.
presence in the region to Weinberger and several
Fred Ickle, undersecre-
meet that threat and added others seem to maintain a tary of defense for policy,
that such a presence might
encourage the countries in
the region to go on with the
peace process.
Meanwhile, Israel Am-
bassador Ephraim Evron
touched briefly on the
proposed AWACS sale,
saying he hoped the Ad-
ministration "will recon-
sider thigdeal." He said
the sale will not enhance
the security position of
the United States and will
eventually pose a "very
serious secuity problem
for Israel."
- The same position was
taken by the other two
major speakers, Sen. Robert
Jepsen (R-Iowa) and Bill
Bradley (D-N.J.). They
stressed that the sale would
not only threaten Israel, but
would also not be in the best
interests of the United
States.
The sale of AWACS to
Saudi Arabia is against the
interest of both the United
States and Israel

said that the proposed sale
of AWACS reconnaissance
planes and enhancement
equipment for 'f-15 figher
planes to the Saudis was
part and parcel of the pol-
icy to increase stability in
the Middle East."
But when he completed
his speech, Bernice Tan-
nenbaum, an AIPAC offi-
cial and a former Hadassah
president, said the members
of AIPAC felt that the
"entire Saudi package does
not enhance stability in the
Middle East."

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It is not money, nor is it
mere intellect, that governs
the world; it is moral char-
acter, and intellect associ-
ated with moral excellence.
—T. D. Woolsey

Friday, May 22, 1981

Celebration 33
Short of Goal

NEW YORK — The Cele-
bration 33 fund-raising ef-
fort raised between $5-$10
million for Israeli institu-
tions last week via the pre-
miere showing of the movie
"The Chosen."
The sponsors had hoped to
raise $50 million through
the Israel Independence
Day effort. Tickets were
priced at $100 each at 1;000
theaters throughout the
world. Some 900 persons
attended the performance
at the Towne Theaters in
Oak Park.

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