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September 24, 1982 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, September 24, 1982

Arab Propaganda Groups Identified

NEW YORK — Bernard
S. Stern, acting national
chairman of the American
Professors for Peace in the
Middle East, has circulated
a letter explaining the
background of several
groups that have been issu-
ing statements on Israel's
actions in Lebanon.
"In the current prop-
aganda battle, a rash of ad
hoc_ groups, both attacking

"Americans for Peace

and defending Israel's ac-
tions in Lebanon, have ap-
peared in the press and on
the streets. Four of these
prominently bear the words
`peace-justice' and 'concern'
in their names and mes-
sages.
"Since these words are
descriptive of my own
organization's mission, I
should like to cite the fol-
lowing_ information:

ilAppq

— supported through the
Palestine Information
Office in Washington, D.C.

"Americans for Justice
in the Middle East — an

Arabian American Oil
Company (Aramco) bene-
ficiary.

"Concerned Ameri-
cans for Peace — has

placed full-page ads in
major newspapers purpor-
tedly signed by organiza-
tions and individuals, but
then denied by the supposed
signatories. The ads are
paid for by money from a
Swiss bank. There is no
known address for this
group in this country.

.

"Americans Concerned
for Middle East Peace —

REZO 14€ AR

has sponsored trips to
Lebanon for congressional
aides. Its director, repor-
tedly in Beirut, is wanted on
11 bench warrants for his
arrest on a variety of
charges ranging from fraud
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PLO office in Washington
and circulated a report that
the Israelis were using a
new 'terror bomb,' or so-
called vacuum bomb, a
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the Soviet news agency
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Our warnings for the past
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