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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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i,Friday, August Zl i 1981.

THE DEIRIAT JEWISH NEWS

MC, U.S., Egypt Delegates Protest Arabs' Venom at UN

NEW YORK— Declaring
that "Zionism is the expres-
sion of the Jewish people's
national liberation and
identity," the World Jewish
congress responded to sharp
attacks on Zionism made by
several Arab delegations,

including the PLO, during
the course of a meeting at
the United Nations last
week.
The meeting, a "seminar
on the relations that exist
between human rights,
peace and development,"

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was organized in com-
pliance with a General As-
sembly resolution of last
December. In addition to
the representatives from 32
UN member states, repre-
sentatives of UN specialized
agencies, inter-
governmental bodies and
international non-
governmental organiza-
tions took part.,
Israel was not invited to
participate. However, the
World Jewish Congress, as
the representative of 66 na-
tional Jewish communities,
was invited to participate
on the basis of its formal
consultative status with the
United Nations.
During the course - of
the discussions, Arab
delegations lashed out
against Israel and
Zionism. The Syrian
representative spoke of
mass expulsion "as a re-
sult of a racist Zionist pol-
icy that violates all the re-
levant tenets of interna-
tional law and standards
of human decency."'The
representatives of the
PLO referred to "Israeli
crimes encroaching on
every aspect of the lives
of the Palestinian people
whose rights are being
violated on a daily basis
by the facist Zionist
forces."
At one point during the
debate, the American and
Egyptian representatives
were compelled to interrupt

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the PLO spokesman and
appealed to the chair, re-
marking that the issues of
the Middle East were out-
side the scope of the 'items
under discussion and that
therefore the PLO state-
ment was totally out of or-
der.
In its reaction to the Pro-
vocative remarks of the
Arab speakers, the World
Jewish Congress expressed
its "condemnation and re-
pudiation of every attempt

Israel's COL
on Rise Again

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
cost of living index rose by
6.1 percent in July the Cen-
tral Bureau of Statistics
announced.
Bureau spokesman David
Neuman pointed out this
figure was twice as high as
during the past two months,
but equalled the monthly
average for the past seven
months. If the index con-
tinues to rise at this month's
rate, the annual inflation
figure for 1981 will be about
100 percent, he said.
This is less than last
year's 134 percent figure,
but higher than the 70-80
percent forecast by Finance
Minister Yoram Aridor.
Histadrut 'Secretary Gen-
eral Yeruham Meshel noted
that this July's figure was
the highest ever for a July
since the establishment of
Israel.
Opposition spokesmen
said the monthly rise had
been kept artifically low
during the election period,
but bureau of statistics
economists say the govern-
ment has already, in the
past four months, spent
three-quarters of its annual
budget for this year's sub-
sidies.

French Minister
to Meet Arafat?

PARIS (JTA) — Plans for
French Foreign Minister
Claude Cheysson to meet
Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat during a Middle East
tour this month are being
studied, informed sources
said today.
The Foreign Office con-,
firmed that Cheysson, who
has already met the PLO
representative to France,
Farouk Kaddoumi, would
visit Lebanon, -Syria and
Jordan at the end of the
month.
But sources added a pos-
sible meeting with Arafat in
Beirut was under. review
and a report was due for
presentation to the Foreign
Minister. Arafat has al-
ready met one French
foreign minister. He had
talks with Jean' Sauvag-
nargues in 1974 in the Mid-
dle East, shortly after the
new government of former
President Valery Giscard
D'Estaing took office.
The Sauvagnargues-
Arafat meeting brought a
storm of protest from the
Jewish community and
other groups in France.

"Zionism-racism" charge.
During its intervention in
the discussions, the WJC
supported the view that
"human rights are indivisi-
ble." It declared, "An effec-
tive protection of human
rights has to embrace all
aspects of life, civil, politi-
cal, economic, social and
cultural, without prefer-
ences or exclusions. No
human right can be as-
serted at the expense of any
other human right."

to equate Zionism with ra-
cism" and declared that
"every attack on Zionism is
not only a travesty of the
truth, but also a gross af-
front to the dignity of the
Jewish people and an at-
tempt to discredit its na-
tional aspirations."
As the debate continued,
the Soviet delegate at-
tacked the WJC statement,
and while declaring it held
no hostility toward the
Jewish people, repeated the

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