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February 26, 1982 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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16 Friday, Febniary 26, 1982

Birthday

BrIVR2Yeth
Love from your

Parents and
Sister Elayne

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Crime Report

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The Central Bureau of
Statistics says that in 1979,
210,000 of Israel's 870,000
homes filed criminal re-
ports.

Shamir Wants Democratic Countries to Abandon UN

GENEVA (JTA) — Is-
raeli Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir has proposed
that the democratic nations
of the world establish a new

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organization of their own,
parallel to the United Na-
tions which, he charged, no
longer serves the purpose of
world peace.
Shamir, invited to ad-
dress an Israel Bonds
dinner here last week,
spoke at a press conference
for correspondents assigned
to the UN in Geneva. He
noted that the Arab states
had their organization, as
did the Eastern bloc coun-
tries, and claimed it was
time the democratic nations
had one, too.
According to Shamir, the
UN, founded to maintain
peace in the world, has
erased that task from its
agenda thanks to the auto-
matic majority which, he
claimed, has made the
world organization an in-
strument against the demo-
cratic world in general and
Israel in particular.
Shamir denounced the

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General Assembly reso-
lution of February 5,
which demanded puni-
tive sanctions against Is-
rael and branded it a
non-peace-loving state,
as "untrue, one-sided and
scandalous."
Meanwhile, Rep. Benja-
min Rosenthal (D-NY) has

warned United Nations
Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar that the
recent censure of Israel by
the General Assembly has
"critically jeopardized"
American support for
theUN, particularly among
longtime supporters of the
world body.

Boris Smolar's

`Between You
. . . and Me'

Editor-in-Chief
Emeritus, JTA

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

JEWISH MOODS: Jews in this country — like some
other segments of the population — are not generally
happy with major policies of President Reagan. However,
there are conservative intellectual elements in American
Jewry who urge Jews to support these policies. They be-
lieve that when the programs of the Reagan Adminsitra-
tion will be realized, they will bring beneficial results for
the country as a whole, as well as for minorities, including
Jews.
This belief has nothing to do with Reagan's policy with
regard to the Arab-Israeli problem. On this issue there is
almost unanimity in the American Jewish community that
Reagan's policy is built more under influence of Saudi
Arabia than on his friendly feelings for Israel. The general
negative attitude of the great majority of Jews concerns
primarily domestic issues — Reagan's stand on economic
and social problems.
A feeling of fear is noted among Jewish leaders that
some of Reagan's social and economic programs may bring
about anti-Jewish sentiments among many who will suffer
from these programs. When people lose jobs, when inflation
rises, when those depending on social welfare have their
aid reduced as a result of government policy, they usually
get into a mood of looking for scapegoats. And Jews are
traditionally the scapegoats when something is not going
well in a country.
Intergroup antagonism is especially anticipated by
Jewish leaders as a result of the shifting by the Reagan
Administration of federal social program responsibilities to
the states. The move will hurt blacks, Spanish-speaking
minorities and, of course, needy Jews. Competition for a
better share in reduced budgets for social welfare will
heighten tensions. Social unrest, which Jewish leaders fear
most, is not excluded.

Defector Claims Red Brigade
Arms Were Supplied by PLO

ROME (JTA) — Antonio
Savasta, a Red Brigade de-
fector, has stated under in-
terrogation that the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion provided the Red
Brigade with arms and exp-
losives while officially con-
demning that Italian ter-
rorist organization and dis-
claiming any connection
with it.
According to Savasta, the
Red Brigade's military
chief, Mario Moretti, ar-
rested in Milan last year,
reached an accord with the
PLO whereby the weapons
smuggled into Italy would
be split between Palesti-
nians there and Red
Brigade cells.
Savasta said he helped
Moretti unload arms smug-
gled into Italy from Leba-
non in 1979 and 1980
aboard a private yacht, the-
Papago, owned by Dr. Mas-
simo Ghidoni, a psychiatrist
in Ancona.
Although other captured
Red Brigade terrorists, such
as Patrizio Peci, have impli-
cated the PLO in the past,
the widely held belief here
has been that it was not the
PLO but certain "ex-
tremist" groups, mainly the

Popular Front for the Lib-
eration of Palestine, which
supplied the Red Brigade
with arms. The PLO propa-
gated that notion and fer-
vidly denied involvement
with terrorists active in
"friendly" European coun-
tries.

Information Unit
Planned for Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The World Jewish Congress
and the Foreign Ministry of
Israel will cooperate in in-
ternational information ac-
tivities, it was announced
following a meeting be-
tween Edgar Bronfman,
WJC president, and David
Kimche, director general of
the Foreign Ministry.
The importance of th
agreement, It was noted,
that the WJC has connec-
tions with countries which
do not maintain diplomatic
relations with Israel. In
addition, Bronfman person-
ally is known to have good
contacts with the Soviet
Union.

If thou wouldst be jus-
tified, acknoWledge thine
injustice.

-o

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