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May 28, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, May 28, 1%2

U.S. Action Organization Urges Protests
Against Impending Dangers to Israel

Warning of impending
dangers stemming from
U.S. pressures on Israel, an
Israeli and an American ac-
tion team this week urged
organized protests to pre-
vent calamities.
Shmuel Katz, an Israeli
publicist who withdrew
from an official role in the

Menahem Begin govern-
ment, and Peter Goldman,
newly appointed executive
director of Americans for a
Free Israel, were here over
the weekend as guests of
Arnold and Janet Aronoff
and a group of' prominent
Detroiters, to advocate or-
ganized action and avoid

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LATEST DOMESTIC AND
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growing crises for Israel.
Katz, who was a member
of the first elected Israel
Knesset, was the Minister
of Information in the
Menahem Begin Likud gov-
ernment when it was first
elected. Shortly before the
Camp David meetings, he
resigned as a protest
against any concessions
contemplated by the visit to
Jerusalem of Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat. He
organized protests against
the recent withdrawal from
'Sinai and foresees even
greater dangers for Israel,
now that the withdrawal is
complete.
The least Israel could
have done, he said, was to
retain the air bases and
the border settlements.
Now, he contends, Hosni
Mubarak is returning to
the Arab fold, the situa-
tion is becoming more
menacing, and even at
this point he would "ab-
rogate the Camp David
Agreement."

SHMUEL KATZ

50

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Death Threat

LONDON — The Associ-
ated Press in Cyprus reports
that Egyptian President
Hosni Mubarak has been
sentenced to death by the
same organization that
claimed credit forThe assas-
sination of President Anwar
Sadat.



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abandonment of compla-
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cency and an organized pro-
test movement to inform the
American people of the
dangerous official Ameri-
can position in that part of
Katz is especially out- the world.
raged by the U.S. action of
Secretary of Defense
granting the AWACS to
Saudi Arabia, and he sees it Weinberger's pro-Saudi ac-
tions were especially sub-
as a signal of other threats
to Israel by the planned jected to condemnation. Si-
lence on the subject would
military aid to Jordan.
.Unless there is a firm be criminal, Katz said.
Coming here to assist in
stand against the latter,
with growing condemna- the formation of a local
tions of such a pro-Arab pol- branch of Americans for a
icy, he said, there is danger Free Israel, Katz expressed
the hope that a mass gather-
of another war.
Katz is pessimistic on ing of many tens of
that score. He believes a thousands of Jew's in Wash-
war is inevitable, with ington to protest the ap-
Egypt once again in a do- peasing policies could be
minant position threaten- helpful in preventing the
arming of Joidan, an act
ing Israel's very existence.
His concern is espe- that . could set off another
cially with the attitude of war,
Speaking in behalf of
the U.S. government. He
pointed • to Secretary of Americans for a Free Is-
State Alexander Haig's rael, Peter Goldman
declaration upon assum- stated that the movement
ing the dominant Ameri- is not composed of Jewg
can diplomatic role that alone, that many non-
Jews are among its af-

filiates, that such united

action is the aim towards
assuring a- free and se-
cure. Israel.
Goldman advised the De-
LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
troit group who met with
President
him and Katz that Ameri-
cans for a Free Israel is an
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educational movement,
aiming to guide Americans
toward an underStanding of
Middle East problems.
He said the movement
seeks a realistic role

towards a viable U.S. policy.

Pointing to the anti-

Israel sentiments heard and
read in the public media, he
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