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August 14, 1981 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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6 Friday, August 14, 1981

THE UUHUU JEWISH NtWb

AJCommittee Voices Opposition
to Effort to Reduce Court's Role

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has registered opposi-
tion to current attempts to
curtail the power of the
federal courts.
In a four-page statement
submitted to the House of
Representatives' Subcom-
mittee on Courts, Civil
Liberties and the Adminis-

tration of Justice, the AJ-
Committee declared that
such proposals, if suc-
cessful, would nullify U.S.
Supreme Court decisions
concerning organized
prayer in the public schools,
school desegregation and
abortion "simply because
their sponsors are very un-
happy with the results."

Israel Fuming at U.S. Aircraft Suspension

(Continued From Page 1)
until the delivery of the air-
craft is renewed. Begin said
Wednesday that he would
visit the U.S. as scheduled.
Former Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin suggested that
Israel delay its formal
ratification of the multina-
tional force agreement for
the Sinai until Washington
lifts the embargo. Yosef

Rom, a Likud Knesset
member, presented a mo-
tion in the Knesset along
that line.
The 10 F-16s include
four whose delivery was
held up after Israel
bombed Iraq's nuclear
reactor June 7 and six
whose delivery was post-
poned after Israel's raid
on terrorist headquar-

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Also delayed are two of
the 15 F-15s that Israel
has ordered from the U.S.
Another four F-16s were
due to be delivered this
week.
According to the State
Department, President Re-
agan will announce "early
next week" his decision on
whether to lift the suspen-
sion.
Until he announces his
decision, the President has
withheld delivery of all
sophisticated aircraft," de-
partment deputy spokes-
man Alan Romberg said.
Romberg denied that sus-
pending delivery of the two
F-15s, the first of 15
scheduled to be delivered to
Israel, was a broadening of
the original suspension or-
der. He said it was based on
the same "rationale" that
applied when Secretary of
State Alexander Haig an-
nounced the suspension of
the delivery of the 10 F-16s
while attending the eco-
nomic summit in Ottawa.
He noted that in Ot-
tawa, Haig said the
planes were being held
up because to deliver
them would be adding a
"highly visible" piece of
military equipment to a
"volatile" region. Rom-
berg conceded that in Ot-
tawa, Haig inferred the
Reagan Administration
would make a decision
before the F-15s were due

for delivery.
The Israel Air Force is
conducting a careful exam-
ination of all the F-16
warplanes in its possession
but has not grounded them
completely as suggested by
the American manufactur-
ers and the American gov-
ernment. The grounding
was ordered in the United
States because the aircraft's
most sophisticated naviga-
tional computer has been
found to be malfunctioning.
Israeli sources scoffed at a
Pentagon report which
suggested the malfunction
was the reason the U.S. had
halted delivery of the F-16
-
aircraft to Israel.

Emunah Seeleg
Religious Zionists

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Teaching Jewish women
abroad more about their
traditions and putting this
knowledge into practice was
the theme of the world con-
vention of Emunah (Na-
tional Religous Women's
Movement) last month in
Jerusalem.
The movement's most
important mission is to help
prevent assimilation by at-
tracting more Diaspora
women to religious Zionism,
according to President-
Elect Zvia Goren, wife of Is-
,rael Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren.

Religious contention is
the devil's harvest.

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