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April 02, 1982 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Czar Nicholas I decreed
that 12-year-old Jewish

boys be conscripted for 25-
years of army duty.

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House Is Told Arms Sales
to Arabs Hit Israel Economy

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Two members of the House
charged last week that the
sale of sophisticated arms to
Arab countries by the
United States increases Is-
rael's economic difficulties
because Israel then seeks
additional arms to meet
what it sees as a new threat
to its security.
Rep. Millicent Fenwick
(R-N.Y.) told a meeting of
the House Foreign Affairs
subcommittee on Europe
and the Middle East that if
she were an Israeli she
would want more arms fol-
lowing the sale by the U.S.
last year of five AWACS
surveillance planes to Saudi
Arabia. Rep. Benjamin Ro-
senthal (D.-N.Y.) declared:
We are going to drive the
Israelis into bankruptcy."
They commented as

Kirkpatrick Refuses to Meet
With PLO Member at UN

age and the decency to
honor" his request and ac-
cused her of not performing
her duty as president of the
Security Council.
Kirkpatrick did not -re-
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during the debate. Sources
claimed that she main-
tained that since the PLO is
not a member-state, she was
not obliged to meet with its
representative.

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Morris Draper, deputy
assistant secretary of
state for Near Eastern
and South Asian affairs,
testified before the sub-
committee on the Reagan
Administration's pro-
posal to provide Israel
with $1.7 billion in
foreign aid for the 1983
fiscal year, a $300 million
increase over the current
year, and $785 million in
economic aid.
Draper said the U.S. aid
program was committed to
maintaining Israel's "tech-
nical edge" and "qualitative
military advantage" in the
Middle East. He contended
that the U.S. believed Israel
was in a stronger position
today than it was on the eve
of the Yom Kippur War, but
implied that this was be-
cause Egypt was weaker
militarily.

JEANE KIRKPATRICK

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — The U.S. Ambas-
sador to the United Nations,
Jeane Kirkpatrick, who is
currently president of the
Security Council, • turned
down a request by the
Palestine Liberation
Organization observer,
Zehdi Labib Terzi, for a
meeting in her capacity as
president of the Council.
That fact was disclosed by
Terzi who address the Secu-
rity Council debate on the
situation on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip.
Terzi said Kirkpatrick
should have had "the cour-

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Protests came from the
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ignored the fact that under
the Nazis, Jewish pupils
were expelled from German
schools as a'matter of policy.

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