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June 25, 1982 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, June 25, 1982

Renewed Strife in Middle East Brings Benefits, Politics in U.S.

(Continued from Page 1)
of pro-Arab Representa-
tives — Rahall (D-W.Va.),
Oaker (D-Ohio), Findley
(R-111.), Crockett (D-Mich.),
McCloskey (R-Calif.), and
Fauntroy (D-D.C.) — were
vocal in their criticism of Is-
rael and were given a dis-
proportionate amount of
publicity. However, their ef-
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numerous positive state-
ments by other House
members.
Over on the Senate
side, an initial 38 Senators
signed the Packwood-Byrd
supportive letter to
President Reagan. Only
Senator Mark Hatfield (R-
Ore.), a consistent critic of
Israel during his entire Se-
nate career, and Senator
Charles Percy (R-I11.),
chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee, voiced outspoken criti-
cism.
Percy, who is one of the
few U.S. Senators to meet

personally with Arafat,
and who is a particular
thorn in Israel's side be-
cause of his key chair-
manship, also called for a
delay in approval of the
sale of 75 F-16 aircraft to
Israel. This is quite a
different tune than he
played in November 1980
when faced with a tough
re-election race. Some
Chicagoans recall his
pleas with the Jewish
community in Illinois for
its support.
Rep. Paul Findley, at
least, has been consistent in
his own support of the PLO.

Acknowledged as the PLO's
unofficial spokesman in the
Congress, Findley stands a
good chance of being retired
by the voters of the 20th
District in Illinois where he
faces a dynamic Democratic
opponent, Dick Durbin.
Given Findley's track re-
cord and position of ranking
member on the Middle East
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Foreign Affairs Committee,
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