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June 05, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Lawyer Analyzes PLO Terrorism

cade ago, addressing a
luncheon meeting arranged
by the Detroit Chapter of
the American Jewish
Committee, held at the
offices of Honigman, Miller,
Schwartz and Cohn last
Friday, gave an analysis of
the spread of terrorism and
told how incitement to fears
inspired the current Arab
terrorist activities.
Describing the spread of
terrorism internationally,
giving instances of it in
Germany and Italy and
other areas, he said that the
acts have not yet reached
the United States, "but it

Benjamin Akzin, Israeli
lder statesman who was
considered for the
I presidency of Israel a de-

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will spread."
Unless there is restraint
by Arab terrorists, "the or-
gans of free organized
society may have to become
more repressive."
Terrorism, he said, is
not limited to the extreme
left and terrorists have
no social philosophy in
their actions. "Indis-
criminate terror has un-
fortunately become a
fashion in the world."
The respectability given
to terrorists in some areas of
the world was especially de-
plored by Dr. Akzin. Israel,
he declared, is especially
concerned about it because

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she is more vulnerable to it.
According to Dr. Akzin, a
genuinely independent
Lebanon is the mutual con-
cern of Israel and the
United States. Their con-
cern is to keep Lebanon in-
dependent, politically free
from entanglement with the
socially radical Arabic ele-
ment.
Tracing the history of
PLO involvements in Leba-
non after they were ousted
from Jordan, Dr. Akzin de-
scribed how the PLO had
made Lebanon its major
base, thus forcing Israel to
act in preventing the spread
of their terrorism.
In his review of the con-
flict with Syria, Dr. Akzin
said Israeli opinion is
entirely united in the aim
to stop Syrian
encroachment on Leba-
non.

Dr. Akzin, a former dean
of the Hebrew University
Law School and a Haifa
University dean, pioneered
in the founding of the Likud
political party and had been
a close associate of Vladimir
Jabotinsky in the Re-
visionist Zionist movement.
He was among Menahem
Begin's closest associates in
Herut.
In the U.S. in the 1930s he
was a law professor at New
York University.
He is retired from his
academic duties and resides
in Jerusalem.

Friday, June 5, 1981

AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS

cordially invites you to the

Annual
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sponsored by the Rose Frenkel Memorial Fund,
established by her daughter, Sheila Ellmann
in tribute to her late mother's devotion to
the work of the American Jewish Congress

Thursday, June 11th at 1:00 p.m.

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