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June 26, 1981 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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Friday, Me 26, 1981 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Cranston Reveals Documents Supporting Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
nuclear material for its pro-
gram by absolving the
cooperating nations of their
moral responsibility by
shifting it to the IAEA.
"These cooperating na-
tions have thwarted con-
certed international criti-
cism of their actions by

Should one tell you that a
mountain had changed its
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doubt it; but if any one tells
you that a man has changed
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Kennedy compared the peace and security.
pointing to Iraq's signing of pression to the double mor-
$59 Values
On Wednesday, former
After Five
NPT while turning away ality that rules the roost in U.S. vote to the Carter Ad-
(sizes 6-44)
Israel Defense and Foreign
from the numerous, obvious this international organiza- ministration's vote in the
S199 Group $139 Group $99 Group
and compelling evidence tion," the Cabinet state- UN in March 1980 con- Minister Moshe Dayan re-
sponded
to
Hussein
by
say-
which leads to the conclu- ment read by Begin said. demning Israel's Jerusalem
ing Israel ,did not now have
sion that Iraq is embarked The "Iraqi tyranny" built policy.
WEDDINGS - PARTIES - BAR MITZVAS
The State Department nuclear weapons but could
on a nuclear weapons pro- the reactor in order to
TODAY thru SAT — 10 am to 5:30 pm
quickly
produce
them
if
the
manufacture
may
never
issue
a
report
on
secretly
gram," Richter charged.
Richter said the IAEA atomic bombs which would its "review" on whether Is- Arabs acquire nuclear
could not have detected a have been dropped "when rael violated its arms weapons.
154 SOUTH WOODWARD (PA 2.415'.1
diversion by Iraq of the time - came"• on Israel's agreement with the U.S. by -
plutonium from its nu- population centers, Begin using American-made
.,31G-People GREATER DETROIT OLDS
clear reactor to build an stated. "Instead of con- weapons to destroy Iraq's
atomic weapon. demning this, the Security nuclear plant. This was
He disagreed with Sig- Council has condemned the indicated by sources who
mund Eklund of Sweden, state (Israel) that had taken stressed that the review has
head of the IAEA, who re- unavoidable action to pro- no connection with the deci-
ported to the agency's board tect the lives of its citizens." sion on lifting the suspen-
of governor's in Vienna last Abba Eban, foreign af- sion of delivery of four F-16s
week that the IAEA could fairs spokesman of the op- to Israel.
If this is true, it would
have detected a diversion.. position Labor Party ob-
In Iraq, Richter said the served that the U.S. has confirm the suspicion of
y
the most injuri- many in Congress that
IAEA inspectors were supported
ous" resolution ever the Reagan Administra-
limited to checking only the
cc
wants to leave it to
t.,
equipment and material de- adopted by the Security lion
the legislative branch to
Council
against
Israel.
dared by France and Iraq to
The
U.S.
has
made
it
clear
make
a
decision
on
the IAEA. He said the in-
spectors would not be per- that it regards the Security whether Israel violated
mitted to look at the "hot Council resolution con- the agreement.
Israeli Ambassador Ep-
cells" provided by Italy or demning Israel's June 7 air
other material which he attack on Iraq's nuclear hraim Evron said he did not
said Iraq could use to make reactor to be a condemna- believe the dispute would .
4.)
nuclear weapons. He said tion of the act itself but not affect U.S.-Israeli relations.
Iraq would have been able of Israel which, according to Evron made the comment
AIR CONDITIONED
to make a wea on in about the U.S. ambassador to the after meeting with State
,
p
UN, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Department as a "routine"
6-way power seat, door locks, tinted glass, power
three years.
trunk, front & rear mats, body side molding, door
We in the Reagan Ad- meeting. The -Israeli envoy
edge guard, electric defogger, cruise & tilt, con-
Richter noted that clan-
venience group, 2-tone paint, loaded with extras.
destine material can easily ministration are proud to said that he hoped all major
call
.
.
.
a
friend
and
ally."
agreements
with
the
United
be moved before an inspec-
for arrives from the IAEA Mrs. Kirkpatrick and States would go ahead as
24 MONTH AUTOVEST LEASE PLAN
headquarters. He noted Iraqi Foreign Minister scheduled.
With a non-refundable
An Israeli source said
advance payment of
that before an inspector can Saadun Hamadi ham-
$1995.00 cash or trade.
go to a country, he must ob- mered out the draft reso- after the meeting that he
Total obligation of
tain a visa so that none of lution adopted unanim- did not expect the suspen-
$9,169.12. Guaranteed
Per
purchase option at end of
his trips can be unan- ously by the Security sion of delivery of F-16 air-
Month
lease plan of $5,700. stk.
nounced. Council last Friday, dur- craft to Israel to remain. a
no. 799
In addition, Richter ing two days of intensive problem "for a long time."
11"
said that since 1976 only private discussions at the Meanwhile, President
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Hungarian and Soviet offices of Secretary Gen- Saddam Hussein of Iraq is-
nationals have been eral Kurt Waldheim. sued a statement this week o-
ur
allowed in Iraq as inspec- Their objective was to ar- calling on all peace-loving
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tors. He added that a rive aLa text acceptable nations of the world to help
CT)
French national was ap- to Iraq but not so harsh Arabs acquire nuclear
tu
proved. in January, but as to make a U.S. veto un- weapons to balance"
28000 Telegraph
against Israel's nuclear
Open 'Til 9:00
• At The
he has not made any in- avoidable.
Mon & Thurs. Eves.
U.S. Senator Edward capability. He said nuclear
Tel-12 Mall
spections as yet.
The U.S. State Depart- Kennedy (D-Mass.) de- weapons in Arab hands
nounced the Reagan Ad- were essential for world
c niec kai`Peopie GREATER DETROIT OLDS
ment has continually main-
tained that it has no evi- ministration for voting for • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
dente that Iraq was build- the UN resolution and for

ing a nuclear bomb. It did helping Iraq to prepare it.

acknowledge, however, that He charged that the UN

v hurt Israel and dam-
it received a report from vote

U.S.
interests
in
the
a
Richter

Richter last year warning
that the Osirak reactor had Middle East.

T44 ,1410 6 04-„,

the capability of manufac-
ermans
Retain
turing nuclear weapons.
Israeli Premier Menahem Tie With Israel
are what cause draperies to deteriorate.
, Vii,,
ik
Begin's office reacted shar-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — •
IA
ply Wednesday to an ob- Yohanan Meroz, Israel's •
Proper dry-cleaning at regular intervals
lique reproac-h from the outgoing ambassador to •
State Department over Be- West Germany, believes •
gin's alleged leakage of con- that that country's "very • will prolong the life of your draperies.

fidential information special relationship" with •

Our
improved
methods
will
definitely
passed betWeen the U.S. Israel persists among the •
and Israel. The matter in- population, though it has •
1
volved a document Begin eroded at the official level • help you make them last longer.
was said to have received and is less important to the •
laSt January from U.S. Am- younger generation than to •
• DRAPERIES • BEDSPREADS • BLANKETS
bassador Samuel Lewis ex- those who lived through the •
(Cleaned or Laundered)
pressing American concern Nazi era. •
that Iraq was planning to

WINDOW SHADES LAMPSHADES PILLOWS
build a nuclear bomb.
Burns Criticizes
VENETIAN BLINDS (Cleaned, retaped & re-corded)

Israel Radio reported
Europe
on
M.E

Monday that Begin cited
0 , If you're moving we can remake and re-install
that document in the course
WASHINGTON — Ar- •
your existing draperies to fit another window or
of explaining to the Knes- - thur Burns, President •
set's Foreign Affairs and Reagan's nominee to be U.S.
room.
tk
Security Committee his de- Ambassador to West Ger- •
cision to order the June 7 air many, told the Senate •
We Remove & Install
radi on Iraq's nuclear reac- Foreign Relations Commit- •
VISA'
tee this week that he did not •
tor..
of Western •
On Sunday, the Israeli apprdve
Cabinet rejected the Europe's "independent •

DRAPERY CLEANERS
United Nations Security course" in the Middle East.
Burns' appointment was •
Suburban Call Collect
Council unanimous con-
demnation of Israel's unanimously approved by •
VISA & MASTERCHARGE
raid on the Iraqi reactor. the committee and now goes • "All that the name implie." ••••••••••••••••••••















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