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February 19, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 19, 1982 5

Congressional Senti ments Multiply in Justice Demands for Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
White House Director
of Communications David
Gergen, in releasing
President Reagan's letter to
Prime Minister Begin, re-
ferred reporters to televi-
sion statements made this
week by Weinberger and
Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig.

Weinberger said Is-
rael's security needs
would be a factor in any
Jordanian arms request.
IT insisted that he did

not suggest that U.S. pol-
icy was moving away
from Israel. He claimed
that he had merely ex-
pressed the view that the
U.S. needs more friends
in the Middle East in
addition to Israel.
Last week, in reaction to
press coverage of Wein-
berger's statements in Jor-
dan, the State Department
said "there definitely has
not been" any change in
U.S. policy toward Israel.
"We remain committed to
Israel's security and well-

being, as well as maintain-
ing the best possible rela-
tions with other states in
the Middle East," the
statement said.
President Reagan also
tried to assure friends of Is-
rael, sending a message to a
national prayer breakfast
sponsored by a Christian
group that said the U.S.
"stands solidly behind Is-
rael" and expressing the
hope that Israel should be
"strong and free and live in
peace."
Rabbi Alexander Shin-

dler, president of the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations (Reform), as-
sailed the Reagan Adminis-
tration's "obsession with
force," which he said was
"characterized by one
motto: produce weapons,
sell weapons, pre-position
weapons."
Rabbi Schindler told a
forum on national secu-
rity and defense spon-
sored by the Center for
Defense Information that
arms sales were the Ad-
ministration's _ "single an-

swer" to problems
abroad.
He said, "Trouble in the
Middle East? Sell the
Saudis planes. Revolution
in Central America? Re-
place Soviet arms with ours.
Pakistan producing the
bomb? Send them lots of
conventional arms and
they'll stay non-nuclear.
."These were the people
who used to criticize liberals
for 'throwing money' at so-
cial problems. Perhaps we
did. But it is far better than
throwing planes and mis-

siles at every international
trouble spot."



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Israeli Jets
for Taiwan?

WASHINGTON — Avia-
tion Week and Space
Technology magazine re-
port that Israel may again
try to sell Kfir C-2 jet
fighter planes to Taiwan in
the wake of the Reagan
Administration's refusal to
sell the nationalist Chinese
advanced aircraft.
Israel still holds a valid
export license from the U.S.
to sell the Kfir ,to Taiwan.
The license is necessary be-
cause the plane is powered
by the General Electric J79
engine.
Aviation Week also re-
ported that Israel is negoti-
ating with Colombia to sell
the Kfir to that country.
Ecuador had previously
purchased the Kfir.

AJCongress Asks
Removal of Nazi
Insignia on Toys

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TREES

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NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
has called on American toy
makers to halt the produc-
tion and sale of war toys
bearing Nazi insignia.
The ban would include
replicas of guns, shells,
military vehicles, aircraft,
warships and miniatures of
Nazi officers and soldiers.
The AJCongress initiated
its campaign against
swastika-marked toys two
years ago. Its current re-
quest for a self-imposed ban
by toy makers coincides
with the 79th annual
American Toy Fair in New
York.

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Akron Students
in College Class

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Three senior class students
in Akron's Jewish commu-
nity high school were per-
mitted for the first time to
enroll in Kent State Uni-
versity's Jewish studies
program this past semester,
according to "The Pedagogic
Reporter."
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enrolled in a regular course,
"The Jew in Western Liter-
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