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October 30, 1981 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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G Friday, Mier 30, 1961

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Rea cts to Greek-PLO Ties

CASH

(Continued from Page 1)
role in any Mideast solu-
tion.
Papandreou asked Arafat
to Athens "at your earliest
convenience so that we may
have a fruitful and personal
exchange of views on mat-
ters of mutual interest, in-
cluding the upgrading of
your office here." A Greek

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government spokesman
said no parallel gesture
would be made for the Is-
raeli diplomatic mission,
"nor was such ever consid-
ered."
Arafat immediately an-
nounced his acceptance
"with great appreciation"
and noted that Papan-
dreou's letter to him had
"included official recogni-
tion of the PLO as the sole
legitimate representative of
the Palestinian people."
The prior Greek govern-
ment led by the National
Democratic Party (conser-
vative) had always declined
to extend this far-reaching
recognition.
While having anticipated
a closening of ties between
Greece and the PLO, Israeli
officials have hoped that Is-
rael's own relations with

Greece will not deteriorate
as a result. They point out
that many states with
which Israel has cordial ties
also recognize the PLO.

Israel and Greece have
never had full diplomatic
relations. As a gesture to
the Arabs, Greece has
always kept the ties at the
level of "diplomatic
representative." Never-
theless, there are com-
mercial ties, and Greece
(one of the few non-
hostile states in the
region) is a favorite holi-
day spot for Israeli
tourists.

On Sunday, Papandreou
appeared on ABC-TV's "Is-
sues and Answers" program
and said the U.S. must deal
with the PLO if it wants to
achieve peace in the Middle
East.

Christian-Only Directory
Agrees to End Bias Practice

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
— The publisher of Califor-
nia Christian Yellow Pages
telephone directories,
which limited advertisers to
"born again" Christians,
has signed a court-approved
agreement to cease the dis-
criminatory practice, it was
disclosed by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
The agreement was
reached in settlement of a
discrimination suit brought
by ADL on behalf of two
Jewish businessmen whose
advertisements were re-
fused by the Orange County
edition of Christian Yellow
Pages.
Maxwell Greenberg,
ADL's national chairman,
said that Richard Fandrich
of San Bruno, Calif.,
president of Christian Yel-
low Pages, Inc., (CYP)
agreed to stop requiring ad-
vertisers to pledge their
faith in Jesus Christ and
also agreed to pay $1,500
damages to the two
businessmen.

The

George Aronek and
David Pines, owners of
Grecian Art Tiles in Los
Angeles, sued CYP on
grounds that its advertis-
ing policy violated sev-
eral state laws, most not-
ably the Unruh Civil
Rights Act.

That law declared that
"business establishments of
any kind whatsoever shall
not discriminate against,
boycott or blacklist, refuse
to buy from, sell to, or trade
with any person in this state
because of race, creed, reli-
gion, color ... of such per-
son."
Earlier this year, ADL
won a similar suit filed
against the Christian Busi-
ness Directory, headquar-
tered in San Diego.

UN Body Urges
Israel Halt Digs

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — The special politi-
cal committee of the. UN
General Assembly de-
manded that Israel desist
businessmen, from further archeological
excavations in Jerusalem,
which are allegedly trans:
forming and endangering
the historical, cultural and
religious-sites of the city.
A resolution to that effect
was adopted by a vote of
101-2 with 23. abstentions.
Israel and the U.S. voted
against the measure. Thirty
other countries did not par-
ticipate. The resolution
must be endorsed by the
General Assembly plenary
to become effective.
- Submitted by the Islamic
countries last Friday, the
draft resolution called on
the Secretary General of the
UN to report to the General
Assembly and the Security -
Council on Israel's com-
pliance no later than Nov.
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AWACS and PLO

AWACS defenders were
not all in the ranks of
prophets of doom who
foresaw an end to U.S.-
Israel friendships. Nor were
they among the excoriating
who found Menahem Begin
to be an available scapegoat
for their attacks in an at-
tempt to defend President
Reagan.
A different picture was
drawn by George Will, writ-
ing in Newsweek under the
title "Who Is Our Mideast
'Pillar'?" and in the Detroit
News under "AWACS Dis-
torts Political Language."
William F. Buckley Jr.
had another tale to relate in
"What good is talking with
PLO?"

It should be remem-
bered that Buckley is the
brother of U.S. Senator
James Buckley who was
the front for the Adminis-
tration in the campaign
in favor of the AWACS
sale to Saudi Arabia.

"It isn't established that
the PLO was directly re-
sponsible for the 'death Of
the man whose funeral the
two former presidents were
coming back from. But if the I
PLO had no hand in the as-
sassination, it was simply
because the opportunity
didn't present itself...
"Sadat died having em-
braced the American posi-
tion on the Middle East
which boils down to: peace
in the area, and security for
Israel. If the PLO is going to
be jubilant over the assassi-
nation of the head of a state
that made concessions
exactly of the character we
ask for in the area, then
what really is there to dis-
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In his two articles, Will
wrote:
"Sadat's death suggested
that being America's friend
can be fatal. The (Reagan)
Administration's solicit-
ousness toward Saudi
Arabia suggests that a na-
tion need not be friendly to
garner the benefits of U.S.
friendship. But if the Ad-
ministration is determined
to treat Saudi Arabia as the
keystone of U.S. policy, it
must try to sanitize the
PLO, which Saudi Arabia
finances.
"Candidate Reagan said:
'Unlike President Carter, I
have no hesitation branding
the PLO as a terrorist
organization.' President-
elect Reagan said: 'I think
the PLO has proven that it
is a terrorist organization.'
"Yet President Reagan
allows the PLO to maintain
an office in Washington ...

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closer to war than to
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"Similarly, Israel has
never known a day of peace.
Israel has suffered four
wars, but the intervals be-
tween have not been peace.
"Saudi Arabia, whose
'moderation' is cited by
proponents of the AWACS
sale, is among the foremost
contributors to the climate
of war and, hence, to the de-
stabilization of the region."
Buckley, in a nationally-
syndicated article in the De-
troit Free Press, under the
headline "What Good Is
Talking to the PLO?"
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"Gerald Ford and
Jimmy Carter, it struck
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