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March 19, 1982 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 19, 1982 19

Bush Defends Foreign Policy

WASHINGTON (JTA) --
Vice President George Bush
declared Monday that the
Reagan Administration's
efforts to broaden American
influence among the Arab
states and encourage mod-
erate regimes was not "an
anti-Israel policy."
"On the contrary, it's
enormously advantageous
to Israel," Bush told the
more than 1,500 young
Jewish leaders from across
the country attending the
third annual United Jewish
Appeal Young Leadership
Conference at the
Washington Hilton.
Bush maintained that the
U.S. interest in the Middle
East "isn't in not allowing
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to threaten the stability of
the region. It is in the in-
terest of peace, in the in-
terest of stability, that there
be more Anwar Sadat's —
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At the same time, Bush
stressed that the U.S. and
Israel are "strategic al-
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Bush opened his speech
by dealing directly with the
charge of dual loyalty aimed
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last year's debate over the

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He said that those who
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BONN (JTA) — The gov-
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