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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 3, 1981

Global Strategies in Shadow of Auschwitz

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BONN — German poli- events differ — although by if the military, whose
tics, particularly foreign no means all Germans officers are largely for-
eigners, call a putsch? Or
politics, must no longer "be shared in the outrages if
the PLO leads a rebel-
overshadowed by Au- which Germans committed
schwitz," said Helmut in the name of Germany. lion from the left? For a
Schmidt, the West German But the subsequent genera- great part of the techni-
chancellor, two weeks ago tions, personally innocent cal, military, communal
as he flew back from the though they are, will not be and bureaucratic infras-
Persian Gulf. His wish will released from their history. tructure is in the hands of
not be fulfilled. The new quality of dis- Palestinian guest work-
Just as the shadow of cord reached in the dialogue ers.
Alexander Haig, the
Golgatha has lain over between Germans and Jews
every Jew for the past in the past weeks threatens American Secretary of
2,000 years, although no to destroy much that has State, couples the sale of
Jew had any direct part in been achieved in laborious arms to Saudi Arabia to the
the murder on the Cross, for detailed effort; it threatens hope that-. this way a
many generations to come to destroy the delicate little "strategic consensus" of all
states in the region, whose ..
the shadows of Dachau, Au- plant of rapproachement.
chancellor's common enemy is Russi
schwitz and Mauthausen
The
will lie over every German thoughtless, unnecessary (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jo
-- however widely the statements on television dan, Israel), can be
his return from achieved. This is certainly a
Scitex Subsidiar y after
Arabia, strengthening Is- correct consideration, only .
rael's enemies as they do, one wonders if it is not put-
Sells Computer
released this process of ting the cart before the
to Soviet Union
erosion. Menahem Be- hicirse.
The first
rst nee is po liti cs.
JERUSALEM (JNI) — gin's reaction, personally
Haig's
expected
consensus
The Belgian subsidiary of understandable, but in
the matter immoderate, in the Middle East remains
Scitex Israel will supply a
$1 million computerized in its generalization false a dream if it is only a hope
and in tone impossible for which is nothing is done.
system for the preparation
Consensus, agreement
for
a statesman, has
of color designs to the Rus-
sian government's fashion turned the erosion into a between the West-oriented
Arab countries and Israel
industry in Mugilev, Rus- landslide.
would
help to stabilize the
As
so
often
after
a
thun-
sia.
derstorm, there is little region. Then regional arm-
The Soviet Union refused
to buy the system direct sense in lamenting. It is bet- ing and defense could be
from the Israeli company, ter to start sweeping up the talked about. Then there
making the confidential rubble and make a new be- would be a hope of a decay of
power in the PLO and the
purchase from the Dutch ginning.
But a prerequisite for this emergence of democratic
subsidiary. The Soviets also
refused to allow Israeli is an analysis as to whether Palestinian groups pre-
technicians to visit the fac- the policy of up-valuing the pared to talk. Then there
tory for normal service and Palestinian Liberation would at last be peace in the
training. Instead, Scitex- Organization (PLO) and de- Middle East.
Impossible? Much that
Belgium will send non- livering arms to states hos-
tile to Israel is right. Right was impossible has become
Israeli employees.
in both the interests of the reality in our time. This
only waits to be
M.E. Delegation Germans and of the world. challenge
seized. Would they' not be a
First
of
all
the
PLO.
The
LOS ANGLES — A dele-
chancellor has said that task for the politicians, in
gation of U.S. attorneys re-
particular the Germans? A
presenting the American one must differentiate and task which comprises Au-
that
further
outlawing
of
Bar Assocation will visit Is-
schwitz instead of trying to
rael and Egypt at the end of the PLO would drive it into suppress it.
the
arms
of
Moscow.
Now
_ January to study the two
there are certainly various
countries' legal systems
Hostages Begin
Co-chairman of the dele- currents in the PLO, but
these
are
substantially
Education Fund
gation are California attor-
ney Martin Perlberger and merely rival groups. And in
NEW YORK — Barry
Mont P. Hoyt, editor-in- one point all these sub- Rosen and his wife, Bar-
divisions
agree

that
the
chief of the Houston-based
aim is the destruction of Is- bara, have joined other
International Law News.
former Iranian hostages in
rael.

The concern that ignor- a campaign to raise money
ing the PLO might drive it for the education of the chil-
further into the Kremlin's dren of the Americans who
camp sounds like sheer died in the unsuccessful re-
mockery. For of course scue attempt of April, 1980.
A $25-a-plate dinner was
Helmut Schmidt knows
that the PLO has long held in Queens, N.Y. earlier
been in absolute bondage this month for the fund,
which has raised $115,000
to Moscow.
A second point, just as thus far. The fund is named
grave, is the arming of indi- for Col. Arthur D. Simons,
vidual Arab countries, the late army rescue spe-
above all the richest, Saudi cialist.
Arabia. However this is a
question that concerns not Israeli Advisers
Bonn alone but all other Travel to Egypt
potential suppliers of
TEL AVIV (JNI) — Two
further war material as
groups
of Israeli advisers
well
The American govern- left for Egypt last week
ment would like to arm the under an agreement be-
inistei
Saudis so that they could tween Prime Mt Sadat: -
Be and Presiden
erect a bulwark against gin
further expansion of Soviet Agricultural experts will
power in the Arab region. help plan a 1,000-acre veg-
This threat is real. etable farm near Alexan-
But the question arises dria and a group of water
whether fitting out Saudi engineers is also working on
Arabia with super-modern various Egyptian projects.
war material reduces or
enhances the threat.
L.A. Home List
The experience in Iran
LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
should be a warning. The
Jewish Family Service
What happens to the
arms stockpile if civil war has compiled a "Nursing
Home Referral File" for the
Program: 3:00 P.M. breaks out? Or if Islamic South Bay area.
fanatics
seize
power?
Or

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