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May 07, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, May 1, 1982

Peace Now Unit,
Soldiers Clash

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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Soldiers used teargas in an
effort to prevent members of
the Peace Now movement to
reach a new Nahal (para-
military) outpost on the
West Bank dedicated by De-
fense Minister Ariel Sha-
ron.
Although most of the
Peace Now demonstrators,
accompanied by local and
foreign journalists, were
held up by police
roadblocks, some managed
to get through to Telem, in
the Hebron Hills, where
they disrupted Sharon's
speech.

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GROSSINGER, N.Y.
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sador to the United States,
Moshe Arens, warned that
the sale of sophisticated
American weapons to those
Arab states still in a state of
war with Israel threatens to
"erase" Israel's qualitative
military superiority and
thereby discourage Arab
participation in the Camp
David peace process.
The Israeli envoy, ad-
dressing 350 delegates to
the American Jewish Con-
gress national biennial con-
vention, also claimed that

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Israel's biggest conc..14si°nt
for peace was not the
completed withdrawal from
Sinai but its willingness to
negotiate autonomy for the
Palestinians on the West
Bank and Gaza Strip, be-
cause the outcome of the au-
tonomy talks are unpre-
dictable.
Arens agreed that the
U.S. and Israel share not
only democratic values
but a "common interest
in opposing Soviet penet-
ration" of the Middle
East.
However, he added, "The
fact that we share co
goals does not mean tha
must agree on the means to
achieve them. We differ on
the danger to Israel of
American arms shipments
to countries that are in a
state of war with us. Such
arms shipments violate the
two essential conditions" of
Arab-Israel peace.
Arens referred specifi-
cally to the sale of AWACS
reconnaissance aircraft to
Saudi Arabia, a type of air-
'craft Israel does not have,
and to_ present indications
that Jordan will aks for —
and the Administration will
recommend — the sale of
F-16 jets and Hawk mobile
air defense systems to Jor-
dan.
Arens noted that to date
no Palestinian Arab group
has accepted the offer to
negotiate autonomy.
The AJCongress con-
vention adopted a resolu-
tion declaring that
American Jews must not
be silent on American
foreign policy for fear of
arousing anti-Semitism.
In an apparent reference
to criticism of American
Jews for opposing last year's
AWACS sale to Saudi
Arabia, the resoltition de-
plored "the 'fact that Jews
are singled out for dispar-
agement as a community
whose- attachment to
America is to be held under
constant scrutiny. Other
ethnic and nationality
groups in this country —
such as Greek Americans
opposed-to arms for Turkey
— correctly and freely exer-
cise their right to criticize
aspects of U.S. foreign pol-
icy, with no one presuming
to impugn their standing as
Americans."
In a related development,
Howard Squadron, chair-
man of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish organizations,
said the :Reagan Adminis-
tration's Middle East policy
will not change in the af-
termath of Israel's with-
drawal from Sinai. That pol-
icy is based on a deep com-
mitment to the security and
survival of Israel but also on
direct support for anti-
Soviet elements in the Arab
world, such as Saudi
Arabia, Squadron said.
Squadron said that in
Reagan's view; support
for Israel and support for
anti-Soviet Arab regimes
must be part of U.S. pol-
icy even if they conflict,
and the President re-
mains committed to both.

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