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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-10

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Declared Felony in R.I.
in Relations With Israel

LONDON (JTA) — Brit-
ain has called for a new
chapter" in relations with
Israel once the new Israeli
government is formed.
Douglas Hurd, Foreign
Office minister of state, said
he hoped relations would
improve regardless of who
becomes the new Israeli
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However, in an interview
with Jewish press represen-
tatives several days ago he •
added his hope that the new
Israeli government would
be "more reasonable in
tone" than previously.
"We will try to under-
stand the preoccupations
and anxieties of Israel and
hope they will accept that
we in Britain and the Euro-
pean Economic Community
(EEC) are working in good
faith for a lasting peace in
the Middle East," he said.

Referring to the close-
ness of the Israeli elec-
tion result, Hurd also ex-
pressed the hope that the
next government could
pursue "A clear line of
policy, and I expect that
will happen."

Speakingon the day after
Britain assumed the six-
month presidency of the
EEC Hurd added that the
10-member countries would
pursue the EEC peace in-
itiative "without respite."
Besides awaiting the out-
come of the Israeli elections,
it would await the evolution
of the Reagan Administra-
tion's Middle East policy,
and make the EEC's policy
"complementary" to that of
the U.S. U.S. policy was
"not yet fully defined" and
Britain sought to keep
"closely alongside the U.S.,"
he added.
On the contentious issue
of whether Carrington
would meet Palestine' Lib-
eration Organization
Chairman Yasir Arafat,
Hurd said emphatically
that no meeting was
planned. However, it re-
mained a possibility within
the framework of the
Euro-Arab dialogue later in
the year.

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PROVIDENCE (JTA)
A bill declaring it a felony to
desecrate property or to de-
fame or terrorize any person
or group, has been passed by
the state legislature and
signed by Gov. J. Joseph
Garrahy, making Rhode Is-
land the first state to have
such a law on its books, ac-
cording to the Rhode Island
Coalition Against Bigotry,
a co-sponsor of the measure.
The bill was sponsored by
the governor's office and in-
troduced by Senate majority
Leader Rocco Quattrocchi.
It delcares in part that "Any
person, with the intent of
terrorizineanother or group
of others or in reckless dis-
regard of terrorizing an-
other or group of others or
with the intent of threaten-

ing any injury to the person,
reputation or property of
another or group of others
... shall be punished by im-
prisonment . . . for no more
than two years or by a fine of
note more than $5,000 or by
both . ."
It defines as felonious acts
the burning or desecration
of a cross or religious sym-
bol or the display of "a sign,
mark, symbol, emblem or
other physical impression,
including but not limited to
a Nazi swastika on the
property or another or
group of others."
A second conviction on
any of the charges
enumerated would carry
the penalty of up to ten
years' imprisonment and up
to $15,000 fine or both.

Book Suggests
Alcoholism Cure

Alcoholism is curable, ac-
cording to Dr. Claude M.
Steiner. .
In a new book, "Healing
Alcoholism" (Grove Press),
Dr. Steiner shows how alco-
holics can free themselves
from alcoholism and- the
onerous notion that they
can never be cured. Writing
for alcoholics, their families
and friends, Dr. Steiner ex-
plains the fundamental.
concept of the "enemy and
ally within us" and intro-
duces several new ideas
about the role of nutrition .
and physical fitness in over'
coming the alcohol habit.
Dr. Steiner is a writer,
teacher and
psychotherapist in Califor-
nia and the author of
"Games Alcoholics Play."

. ,••

France Ready to Replace
Nuclear Reactor in Iraq

PARIS (JTA) — France is
ready to replace the Iraqi
nuclear reactor destroyed
by Israel last month,
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson told the Beirut
daily "Al Nahar:" Cheysson
said that if Iraq makes the
request, France will replace
the reactor on the terms we
apply to other countries."
Earlier, he said that
France will "multiply
checks and controls to
ensure that civilian reac-_
tors are not used for mili-
tary purposes."
Cheysson also said
France will sell arms to
Middle East countries, but
not to Israel. He added that
arms will not be sold to
countries with totalitarian
regimes or which are at war.
As far as the Middle
East is concerned, only
the second restriction is
applicable," he said. "As
a consequence (of the re-
striction) we shall not de-
liver arms to Israel."
Cheysson named Saudi
Arabia, Iraq, the Persian
Gulf states, Egypt and
North Africa as countries to
which France is prepared to
sell weapons.
Last week, he told the
weekly Le Nouvel Obser-
vateur that arms exports
are "vital for our industry"
and that 300,000 people are
directly employed by it. He
said that the export of
weapons is essential to
French industry and to the
country's defense.
Cheysson reiterated
France's recognition of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization as "one of the
representatives of the
Palestinian people," saying
that the Palestinians do not
have, under current condi-
tions, the possibility to
democratically chose their
representatives.
He said the PLO might
emerge as the sole Pales-
tinian representative
"when conditions be-
come adapted to their
free, democratic choice."
French officials refused to
comment on Cheysson's dec-
laration. Only State Minis-
ter for Foreign Trade,
Michel Jobert, confirmed

Paris' readiness to replace
the Iraqi reactor "on certain
conditions and if Iraq makes
the demand."

* * *

PARIS (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Claude Cheysson
conferred with Farouk
Kaddoumi, foreign affairs
spokesman of the Palestine
Liberation Organization. It
was the new French Ad-
ministration's first meeting
with a ranking PLO official.
French officials stressed
that Kaddoumi was in Paris
on a "private trip" and noted
that President Francois
Mitterrand has made it
clear that France does not
recognize the -PLO as the
sole representative of the
Palestinian people.
Meanwhile, Swiss
Foreign Minister Pierre
Auber has invited Kad-
doumi to pay an official visit
to Switzerland this month.
Foreign Minister spokes-
men refused to disclose the
exact date for "reasons of se-
curity."

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Flatto-Sharon
Sentence Delayed
by Israeli Court

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Samuel Flatto-Sharon, de-
feated in his bid for re-
election to the Knesset, has
won a postponement of the
nine-month jail sentence
imposed by a Jerusalem
magistrate following his
conviction on charges of
bribery and other ir-
regularities in his 1977
election campaign.
A Jerusalem district
court agreed Tuesday to
delay Flatto's prison term
until the Supreme Court
rules on his appeal against
the lower court's verdict.
The Supreme Court is not
expected to review the case
for several months because
of its backlog of work.
The district attorney did
not oppose the delay. The
court denied a prosecution
request for an injunction to
prevent Flatto from leaving
the country. The former
MK, a multi-millionaire,
was ordered to post bail of
500,000 Shekels (about
$50,000).

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