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November 27, 1981 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 21, 1911 5

Real Tally Missing in Anti-Israel Votes at UN

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Since Konrad Adenauer
and David Ben-Gurion
signed the restitution
agreement in 1952, West
Germany has paid nearly $1
billion to Israel in restitu-
tion. Communist East Ger-
many has denied its moral
responsibility and not paid
a pfennig. The same is true

Argentine Prisoner
Releases Spur ADL

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constitutional rights,
While he is encouraged by

the Argentine govern-
ment's release of the four
Jews and other prisoners,
Foxman stressed that "it is
important,-nevertheless, to

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The Six-Day War (1967),
although a stunning de-
fensive victory, was also
very costly. So too the
Yom Kippur War (1973),
in which victory was
snatched from the jaws of
near defeat. Why was no
attempt made to claim re-
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continue public pressure
until all those held without
charges are either set free or
formally charged and
tried."
To that end, ADL's
Argentine Prisoner Project
has published a revised edi-
tion of the Prisoner Project
pamphlet, with the names
and relevant data on addi-
tional prisoners and indi-
viduals who have vanished.
Four of the six prisoners
highlighted in the original
edition of the pamphlet —
Ms. Benshoam, Klimovsky,
Eduardo Grutzky and Nor-
berto Ignacio Liwsky — are
now out of jail. In addition,
Rafael Rey, whose case was
described in a supplemen-
tary list issued by the Pris-
oner Project in August, has
been released. He and
Liwsky are paroled to what
is known as "supervised lib-
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ADL recently received
from Argentine govern-
ment officials a list of
6,070 individuals re-
leased from PEN (Deten-
tion by order of the Na-
tional Executive Power)
since March 24, 1976.
Foxman noted that de-
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pamphlet can be obtained
by writing Argentine Pris-
oner Project, Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, 823 United Nations
Plaza, New York 10017.

Finally, taking only
major areas where compen-
sation and restitution are
morally due, there is a very
large acocunting due
800,000 Jewish refugees
from Arab lands. Most of
them got out only with what
they could carry. Many had
to pay ransoms to secure re-
lease.
Joan Peters, a leader in
the National Committee for
American Foreign Policy,
has suggested that the solu-
tion to the "Palestinian"
problem is acceptance on
both sides of an exchange of
populations: Arabs who fled
Jewish sovereignty being a
trade off for Jews who fled
Arab rule. In the crude rule
of war such might afford a
proximate measure of jus-
tice.
But the governments
have spent itarly $1 billion
easing Arab resettlement—
and not a penny for Jewish
resettlement. And holding
persons for ransom who
want to escape intolerable
conditions — something
Hitler's gang practiced and
the Soviet Union also prat=
tices even today — adds up
to a major unpaid bill due
Israel.

munist and Arab blocs
and their client states will
be checked and their dic-
tators and despots called
to account.

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Before that day of reckon-
ing it would be well for Is-
rael and her friends to have
clearly in mind the ball
park figures for restitution
and compensation long
overdue.

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But the theme of com-
pensations has pos-
sibilities. Perhaps it is
time for the government
of Israel to start totting
up accounts. First, there
is the scorecard of the
Holocaust. Of those
countries who partici-
pate in and profited from
Hitler's war against the
Jews, only the German
Federal Republic has so
far taken a responsible
position.

of Austria and Hungary,
which shared the Nazi pro-
gram of looting and killing.
We make no reference
now to countries supposedly
opposed to Hitler, though
the records of Poland and
France toward Jews leave a
gross imbalance in the re-
cord to date.
Then there is the compen-
sation due Israel for wars
engaged by aggressors
against her, wars of survi-
val for Israel, which
brought to her a huge cost of
lives and resources. There
was the first war, in which
five aggressors sought to
throttle the infant nation in
its cradle. -Then came the
economic war, the effort to
strangle Israel by closing
the seaways, which finally
forced Israel to break out of
the noose with the 1956
campaign. Victory, and a
more permanent settle-
ment, were stolen from Is-
rael by a combined Russian
and American caveat.

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the agenda. And the Third
World sponsors of the origi-
nal resolution even had the
brass to condemn Israel's
trade with South Africa, al-
though that trade accounts
for but .06 percent of South
Africa's external commerce
while black Africa accounts
for 40 percent. There is ap-
parently no insolence, no
distortion of truth, nothing
too shameless for those who
cheered Idi Amin and Yasir
Arafat to use in their vici-
ousness toward Israel.

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And no attention has been
given, of course, to Israeli
patience in reference to the
Syrian missiles imported
into Lebanon and placed to
force the populations of Is-
rael's cities to live under the
threat of instantaneous de-
struction.
Agression
which
threatens Jewish lives does
not arouse the same
passions among the
endemically anti-Semitic
spokesmen of Christendom,
Islam and the Marxist Im-'
perium that they feel when
a bomb factory is destroyed.
The call for sanctions and
the demand for compensa-
tion are the new points on

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