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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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NEW YORK — American
attitudes toward Israel
have changed very little in
the past year despite the
misgivings Americans have
expressed on the Israeli in-
vasion of Lebanon, accord-
ing to an analysis by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee (AJC) of a poll conducted
for Newsweek Magazine by
the Gallup Organization.
The poll, which appeared
in the Aug. 16 issue of
Newsweek, was based on
telephone interviews with
752 adults and contained
questions whose answers
were compared with an-
swers to the same questions
in a survey conducted a year
ago.
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or less sympathetic to Israel
in the past year, 32 percent
of the respondents in the
current poll said they were
more sympathetic, an in-
crease of three percent over
the 1981 poll. Those who
said they were less sym-
pathetic to Israel totaled 41
percent in the current poll,
an increase of four percent
over 1981.

The AJC analysis
noted that "the small
percentages who moved
from one attitude to an-
other would seem to can-
cel each other out, indi-
cating that actually very
little change in people's
sympathies had oc-
curred, notwithstanding
the Lebanese action."

A similar question was
asked concerning attitudes
toward the Palestinians. In
the current poll, 28 percent
of the respondents stated
they were more sympathe-
tic to the Palestinian posi-
tion than they had been a
year before. This was an in-
crease of 6 percent over the
1981 poll. At the same time,
40 percent of the current
poll stated that they were
less sympathetic to the
Palestinians, an increase of
four percent over 1981.
Meanwhile, 52 percent of
the people contacted in a
Detroit News poll last week
said Israel was not justified
in its invasion of Lebanon.
The News, which tele-
phoned 500 residents in
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that 33 percent said the Is-
raeli invasion was justified
and 15 percent had no opin-
ion.
Despite the sentiment
against Israel's actions, 62
percent of those questioned
said the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization was still
a threat to Israel.
On the issue of U.S. mili-
tary aid for Israel, 44 per-
cent of the respondents fa-
vored a reduction, nine per-
cent favored an increase, 44
percent thought U.S. aid to
Israel should remain at cur-
rent levels and three per-
cent voiced no opinion.

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from the scene confirming Israeli claims that the original
casualty figures were highly exaggerated. We are deeply
troubled that this technique of the "big lie" had such a strong
impact on media coverage of the Lebanon situation.
An Opportunity for Lebanon We are encouraged
by the voices coming from the Lebanese people themselves,
telling the world about the true nature of the PLO and
Syrian presence and about their own aspirations for a new
Lebanon. We hope and pray that the Lebanes,e people will
grasp the historic oppojtunity to reestablish a strong govern-
ment with representation from all the people and serving the
welfare of all the people.
We urge our own government to continue to work in
close cooperation with Israel, our most dependable allyin
the Middle East. Free of the PLO presence in Lebanon, our
government can help explore the possibilities of reconstitut-
ing an independent and sovereign Lebanon as well as new
opportunities that now exist for negotiations with Arab states
and Palestinian Arabs for a durable peace in the Middle East.

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Christians in Solidarity
With Israel

We speak as Christians who share a common concern for
Israel notwithstanding many theological and political differ-
ences. Our solidarity with the Jewish people and the State
of Israel is part of a commitment to peace and justice for
all people in the Middle East.
We believe that it is the basic right and duty of every
government to ensure the safety and security of its citizens.
Hence we hold that the Israeli action against the heavily-
armed PLO and Syrian forces in Lebanon was a justified
response of a sovereign state to repeated provocations and
attacks against Israel's civilian population in the Galilee.
Defaming the Jewish People We protest the wide-
spread use of references to Hitler, genocide and the Holocaust
in reports on the events in Lebanon. We believe that resort
to such language has_its source in a well-orchestrated cam-
paign by those who not only oppose Israeli policies but
seek to defame the Jewish people as a whole.
While we as Christians deeply lament all victims of this
military action, and particularly the loss of life among civil-
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