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February 26, 1982 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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Friday, February 26, 1982 15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gunrunning Priest Plans
His Return to Jerusalem

ROME (JTA) — Msgr.
Hilarion Capucci, convicted
in Israel in 1974 for smuggl-
ing arms to Palestinian ter-
rorists, says he "hopes" to
return to Jerusalem next
year. He coupled that wish
with a series of anti-Israel
‘, statements in an interview
published in La Domenica
> Del Corriere, the weekly
magazine of the newspaper
Corriere Della Sera.
Capucci, who still styles
himself "Bishop of
Jerusalem," said, "I was
\ondemned to 12 years of
mprisonment and accord-
ing to the law I can return a
free man after nine." His
12-year sentence was com-
muted by President Ep-
hraim Katzir of Israel in
1977 on the personal inter-
vention of Pope Paul VI.
The Vatican promised at
the time that Capucci would
not be allowed to return to
the Middle East, that he
would not involve himself in
politics and would never be
permitted to engage in ac-
tivities "detrimental to the
state of Israel."
But Capucci appar-
ently views his expulsion
from the Middle East as
an "exile" with a time
limit He has returned to
the region several times,
in violation of the Vati-
can's pledge. He used the
La Domenica interview
to claim that the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion does not resort to
terrorism and to repeat
an unsubstantiated
charge by an Italian
magistrate recently that
Israel's secret service
was attempting to de-
stabilize Italy so that the
United States would have
to rely solely on Israel as
an ally in the Mediterra-
nean region.

Q

Chief Rabbi's
Son Convicted
by Military Court

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Lt.
Avraham Goren, son of
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren, has been
found guilty by a military
court of conduct unbecom-
ing an officer and absence
without leave.
According to the court,
Goren obtained his commis-
sion as a military chaplain
although he was not an or-
dained rabbi and lacked the
necessary academic back-
ground.
He has been reduced to
the rank of private and sen-
tenced to 35 days in a mili-
tary prison.

Mrs. Kirkpatrick Downplays fiafg-Weiriberger biffdi-dric6's

According to Capucci, the
PLO has no cause to resort
to terrorism because it has
won impressive diplomatic
victories, having offices in
45 countries and gaining
recognition by three.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Jeane Kirkpatrick, the U.S.
Ambassador to the United
Nations, has rejected
charges that the reported
differences between Secre-
tary of State Alexander
Haig and Defense Secretary
Caspar Weinberger over the

Middle East are harmful to
the Reagan Administra-
tion's foreign policy.
She told reporters at a
Newsmakers Breakfast at
the National Press Club
that while it is easy to
"exaggerate" the desirabil-
ity of an "absolutely,

unanimously kind of stated
foreign or domestic policy,"
such a situation, if it oc-
curred, would result in a
Cabinet of "absolute
clones."
On the question of peace
in the Middle East,
Kirkpatrick said everybody

says they want peace in the
area but on their "own
terms." She said the diffi-
culty is to find peace "on
terms that are compatible
with the security of all na-
tions in the Middle East."
Despair is the offspring of
fear.

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