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October 02, 1981 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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10 Friday, October 2, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Iraqi Reactor Raid Contributes to An Uneven Diplomatic Year

By WALTER EYTAN

World Zionist Press Service

JERUSALEM — Dip-
lomatically this has not

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been a bumper year for Is-
rael.
The steps which have had
to be taken in defense of Is-
rael's security have not
been well received by gov-
ernments or public opinion
elsewhere. Even friendly
foreigners have been out-
spoken in their criticism,
and sometimes condemna-
tion, of what has seemed to

them to be a lack of sensitiv-
ity or excessive harshness
on Israel's part.
Israel has fotind itself
faced with the agonizing
choice between safeguard-
ing its security and curry-
ing favor abroad. Clearly
the former had had to take
precedence over the latter.
The result has been a de-
cline in Israel's "popular-

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And The Staff at

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ity," as recorded these days
by the pollsters.

In one instance — the
destruction of Iraq's
atomic reactor — world
opinion, on second
thoughts, has begun to
grasp that Israel may
have rendered a service
to all. It has shown up the
inadequacy, even hypoc-
risy, of most measures
taken internationally up
to now to ensure the
non-proliferation of nu-
clear arms. However
much Israel's action may
have been officially "de-
plored," it has brought
about some general
recognition that people
must take more seriously
this threat to humanity's
very existence.

On the debit side there
has also been the Knesset's

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"Jerusalem Law" which led
to the transfer of all foreign
embassies from Israel's cap-
ital to Tel Aviv. This conse-
quence, lamentable as it
was, had not been foreseen.
It would be disingenuous to
gloss over the setback this
has represented in the dip-
lomatic sphere. One day
Jerusalem is bound to house
all the embassies, even
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tions with Egypt has pro-
ceeded smoothly, even if not
always as fast as many may
have hoped. Every pro-
vision of the 1979 peace
treaty has been carried out
with scrupulous attention
by both sides.
Israel has placed great
hopes in President Ronald
Reagan and the new U.S.
Administration. For all his
predecessor's historic role in
achieving the Camp David
"frameworks," Israel had
never felt too comfortbale
with the Carter regime. As
a vaunted "strategic asset"
to the free world, it seemed
likely that Israel would be
more positively assessed by
a President who had a more
realistic, down-to-earth ap-
proach to the Soviet
menace.
The more eagerly

Europe, as organized in
the EEC (European Eco-
nomic Community), has
been striving to play a
political role in world af-
fairs, the less firm has
been Israel's trust in its
motives. Europe's "initia-
tive" of 1980, formulated
in ten points of which
nine favored the Arabs,
has lain somewhat in
abeyance, but the im-
pulse which produced it
is still there.
If the obstacles cannot be
removed, at least they can
be surmounted — and all Is-
raelis are determined that
they shall be.

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Kallman announced his re-
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medical practice.
Dr.Kallman is the reci-
pient of the 50-year gold
diploma presented by the
Wayne County and Michi-
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