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November 26, 1982 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-26

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14 Friday, November 26, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Best Kept Secret In Town!

First Salvo May Have Been Fired
in Latest U.S. Anti-Israel Battle

AT

By MORRIS AMITAY

WASHINGTON — Secre-
tary of State George Shultz'
recent likening of Israeli ac-
tions against pro-PLO pro-
fessors at three universities
on the West Bank to
"McCarthyism" was curious
to say the least. First of all,
the issue is not academic
freedom but aiding and
abetting terrorist acts
against a democratic ally. .
Secondly, the teachers
were not being asked to sign
"loyalty oaths," but to
pledge not to aid an organ-
ization dedicated to the vio-
lent overthrow of Israel and
actually attempting to do
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What the Shultz press
While generally playing a
conference remarks might positive role in ensuring
presage is the beginning of U.S. aid to Israel, Glenn has
an Administration policy of publicly advocated a PLO
confrontation with Israel, a role in Middle East peace
course of action which negotiations, supported the
would have been 'unveiled 1978 sale of F-15s to Saudi
during the canceled Arabia and harshly
Reagan-Begin meeting.
criticized Prime Minister
Given the relative un- Begin for the bombing of the
popularity of Israel now Iraqi reactor and retaliation
in the United States, ap- raids against the PLO in
parently a decision has Lebanon.
been made to take a
Glenn did vote against
tough stance against the the sale of AWACS to
Begin government in the Saudi Arabia in both the
hopes of demonstrating committee and on the Se-
firmness in foreign pol- nate floor. However, he
icy. The only problems publicly pushed for a
here are that Israel is un- "compromise" which
likely to cave in, the would have sent fully-
Arabs are unlikely to equipped AWACS to the
come to the negotiating Saudis with joint U.S.-
table, and the U.S. inter- Saudi control along with
est in a genuine peace is the upgraded F-15s.
unlikely to be advanced.
This should give the
Other than that, it will American Jewish commu-
give anti-Israel colum- nity cause for concern over
nists something to cheer the Glenn candidacy. It is
about.
always vital for friends of
Israel to know both where
** x
the candidates stand now —
With the expectation of a and where they have stood
new Congress more suppor- in the past — before they
tive of Israel, on the whole, make up their minds on
observers here in Washing- whom to support.
ton are speculating as to
what the first real "test" Large Response
might be. The front-
to Bond Appeal
running issues are an an-
ticipated arms sale to Jor-
LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
dan and a possible move in More than $52.8 million in
Congress to cut economic Israel Bonds were pur-
aid to Israel linked to its set- chased for the international
tlement policy.
dinner launching the
As long as the Reagan world-wide 1983 Israrel
Administration sticks to its Bond campaign held in Los
current position of seeking Angeles last Sunday.
to get King Hussein to the
The dinner, which was
negotiating table as part of attended by 2,000 Jewish
the package, we could be in leaders from the United
for a wait on an arms pro- States, Canada, Europe and
posal.
Latin. America, was to have
As for Congressional ap- been addressed by Premier
proval of an aid cut, prev- Menahem Begin who left
ious attempts have been de- Los Angeles and returned to
feated in very one-sided Israel on learning of the
votes. The last attempt was death of his wife, Aliza.
The Israel Ambassador to
made by former Senator and
unsuccessful gubernatorial the United States, Moshe
candidate Adlai Stevenson, Arens, delivered the princi-
Jr. He only mustered seven pal address at the dinner
votes to cut economic aid to and joined with Sam
Israel by $150 million in Rothberg, general chair-
man of the Israel Bond
1980.
It would be interesting Organi zation, in presenting
to see how such an initia- the 1982 Golda Meir Lead-
tive would fare now, or ership Award to William
what role the Admini
s- Belzberg of Los Angeles.
tration would take in
such a test.
Canada Appeals
* * *
The 1984 Democratic for Shcharansky
TORONTO (JTA) — The
Presidential sweepstakes
has begun in earnest now Canadian Parliament, by
that the Congressional elec- unanimous vote, has urged
tions are out of the way. the Soviet Union to free im-
Among the major conten- prisoned activist Anatoly
ders much speculation has Shcharansky who has been
already centered on the on a hunger strike since
candidacy of Ohio Sen. John Yom Kippur in Moscow's
Glenn, and supporters of Is- Chistipol prison.'
The Secretary of State for
rael are eager to know
External Affairs, Charles
where he stands.
Unfortunately, in -the Lapointe, called
past eight years as a Sena- Shcharansky's continued
tor, Glenn's statements and incarceration a "fundamen-
record on the whole reveal tal denial" of his human
serious problems. As a rights. He told Parliament
member of the Foreign Re- that the Canadian govern-
lations Committee and ment has made direct repre-
ranking member of its Near sentations to the Soviet
East Subcommittee, Glenn authority to release
has been involved in Con- Shcharansky who was con-
gressional activities regard- victed in 1978 for alleged
ing U.S. policy in the Middle espionage and is serving a
13-year sentence.
East.

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