THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
McCloskey Accused of Being
Used' by Yasir Arafat Ploy
WASHINGTON (JTA) — its policy of support for Is-
Rep. Elliot Levitas (D-Ga.) rael.
accused Rep. Paul McClos-
He said there was "no
key (R-Calif.) of allowing
himself to be "used" by question" that McCloskey
Palestine Liberation was used and that he be-
Organization chief Yasir lieved the California Con-
Arafat when McCloskey gressman realizes that also.
claimed that Arafat had Levitas said he would ad-
agreed to accept Israel's vise Congressional delega-
right to exist and United tions to "stay clear" of
Nations Security Council Arafat and not meet with
the terrorist leader.
Resolutions 242 and 338.
"What Arafat did was
The same advice
gage in a very calculated, seemed to come from the
,ntrived and deliberate State Department, al-
propaganda effort to cause though not directly
confusion and problems," aimed at the PLO. De-
The Atlanta Con- Dean Fischer said the
gressman was part of a department has advised
six-member Congressional Congressional or any
delegation led by Rep. Nick other groups not to go to
Rahall (D-W. Va.), which Lebanon at this time be-
went on a fact-finding tour cause the department
of the situation in Lebanon. feels "it's not healthy"
Levitas sais he did not join there.
his five colleagues when
Levitas _said that the
they went to visit Arafat's
headquarters in west Beirut Congressional delegation
because he knew it would be had been authorized to go to
used by Arafat for prop- the Mideast by House
Speaker Tip O'Neill (D-
Mass.) and the trip had the
When the Congressmen approval of Secretary of
finished their talk with State George Shultz, al-
Arafat, McCloskey said though neither had given
that the PLO leader _them any instructions or di-
signed a statement say- rections for the trip.
ing that he accepted "all
The Congressman said he
resolutions relevant to
the Palestinian ques- was the only pro-Israel
tion," which McCloskey member of the group which
interpreted as ac- also included Representa-
ceptance of Resolutions tives Mary Rose Oaker,
242 and 338 and thus Is- (D-Ohio), David Bonior
(D-Mich.) and Mervyn
rael's right to exist.
Levitas said the state-
ment was "in no way any
He noted that McCloskey,
new concession or move" by Oaker, Dymally and Rahall
the- PLO. "In fact, it has al- had introduced a resolution
ready been renounced by in the House to cut off all
the PLO itself," he said.
military aid to Israel in_the
Levitas said that wake of the Lebanese opera-
McCloskey had tried to read tion. At the same time, he
more into the Arafat state- praised Oaker and Rahall
ment "than there was really for leading the effort in the
there" because it supported House to provide $50 mil-
McCloskey's efforts to get lion in humanitarian aid for
the United States to change Lebanon.
Scouts Win Eagle Awards
Mark P. Lawton and Paul
L. Gaba of Boy Scout Troop
23 were presented with sc-
outing's highest .honor, the
Eagle Award, in ceremonies
recently at Temple Beth El.
Both Lawton and Gaba
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