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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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24 Friday, May 1, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Unlearned Lessons in El Salvador

`Israel and Arabs Aiding the PLO'

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The former Israeli com-
mander of Judea and
Samaria believes that re-
cent Israeli and Arab
policies are forcing the Arab
population in the territories
toward the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization.
(Res.)
Gen.
Major
Raphael Vardi said in a
radio interview that "dis-

banding the municipalities
. . . is turning moderates
into radicals."
He added that Jordan's
decision at the Rabat Con-
ference to give up its claim
to the territories and turn
the matter over to the PLO,
and international recogni-
tion of the PLO, is forcing
residents of the territories
to accept the PLO.

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LITTELL

-

National Institute
on the Holocaust

PHILADELPHIA — On
April 11, Pope John Paul II
appealed to the community
leaders in El Salvador to
bring peace to a land long
torn by civil war and ter-
rorism. His message, corn-
municated by Rev. Jesus
Delgado, centered in an
admonition to form a gov-
ernment of "national un-
ity." As nearly as one can
judge by several comments
by State Department offi-
cials, this is also the pro-
gram of the Administration
in Washington.
It is a terrible mistake,
demonstrating again how
little is learned from past
experience.
When will church and
political leaders in the free
world, supposedly con-
cerned for liberty and jus-
tice, learn that embracing
fascists in a coalition is no
effective response to Mar-
xist insurgency?
In terms of percent-'
ages, the voters of El Sal-
vador, in spite of intimi-
dation and risk to their
lives, turned out en masse
to give President Duarte

a mandate to press for-
ward with democratic re-
form and rural renewal.
"Against the bullets we
have voted."
But with the seats in the
Assembly divided as they
are, with "rotten boroughs"
counting Assembly seats to
counter-balance the mas-
ses, with a badly split par-
liamentary situation, a co-
alition of fascists and reac-
tionaries is now probable.
All this is presented in
the name of "national un-
ity," and the chairmen and
voices from our own State
Department are as blind to
the implications as were
their predecessors blind to
the implications of a Nazi
parliamentary victory in
1933 and 1934.
Polarization of choices is
the favorite tactic of ter-
rorists and totalitarians. I
shall never forget a conver-

,

Yigal Allon:
Hero of Israel

sation with a very decent
German layman in 1939,
who expressed quietly his
contempt for Hitler and the--
Nazis, but then concluded,
"We had no good choice: it
was either the Nazis or the
Communists." Now, more
than 40 years later, the
same mistake is being made
in El Salvador.
A "national unity" gov-
ernment in El Salvador,
with the fascists in the
dominant position, will
simply guarantee that the
revolutionary actions of
the "left" will continue
unabated — and with-
considerably more eco-
nomic and political
tification than they h
had up to now.
More than that, they will
have the support of Marxist
cadres throughout Latin
America, as well as the as-
sistance of governments in
the area already taken over
by the Communists or their
fellow travelers.

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JERUSALEM — Yigal
Allon, who died in February
1.980 at tke age of 61, was a
founder fof the Palmach
(Hagana commando units)
and its commander from
1946 to 1948.
His troops liberated vital
parts of the country from
the Arab invaders in the
War of Independence. Al-
lon, a founding member of
Kibutz Ginossar in the
north, where he was buried,
was-a Cabinet minister and
Deputy Prime Minister in
various Labor-led govern-
ments.

Jewish Week
Council Resigns

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Eleazar Lipsky, counsel for
the Jewish Week since
1970, has resigned.
Lipsky, well known as a
novelist anddramatist, has
been active in Jewish af-
fairs and Jewish journalism
all his life. Prior to World
War II, he was editor of the
New Palestine.
In 1960, he became
president of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency and
sewed in that post till 1967.
Earlier, he had reorganized
the Tog, the Yiddish daily,
after the death of its owner,
David Shapiro, and its pur-
chase by Morris Weinberg.

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