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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-24

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Friday, December 24, 1982 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ambassador Yehuda Blum Raps UN's Anti-Israel Resolutions

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Yehuda Blum, Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
United Nations, termed a
resolution passed by the
General Assembly as an
"anti-Peace" resolution
which was meant "to im-
pede the peaceful solution of
the Arab-Israel conflict."
Blum made his statement
before the assembly over-
whelmingly adopted by a
vote of 113-17, with 15
abstentions, a resolution

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calling on all states to halt
any military, economic and
financial aid to Israel, as
well as "human resources
aimed at encouraging it (Is-
rael) to pursue policies
against the Arab countries
and the Palestinian people."
Observers here suggested
that the term "human re-
sources" applied to new
immigarants to Israel.
The resolution also
stated its rejection of "all
partial agreements and
separate treaties insofar
as they violate the recog-
nized rights of the Pales-
tinian people."
In addition, the resolu-
tion condemned the
strategic agreement be-
tween Israel and the United
States, charging that it
encourages Israel in its "ag-
gressive" and "expan-
sionist" policy.
The resolution said that
peace in the Mideast should
be based on a comprehen-
sive solution which includes
the establishment of an in-
dependent Palestinian state
under the leadership of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
The United States, which
voted against the resolution

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along with Israel and most
of the European countries,
said that the resolution
lacked balance and would
not contribute to peace and
that the U.S. remained
committed to a solution
within the framework of
Resolution 242 of 1967.
Blum also referred to
Resolution 242 "as the
only agreed basis for a
negotiated settlement of
the Arab-Israeli conflict.
It was and remains one of
the few positive contribu-
tions which this organ-
ization (the UN) has made
to the cause of peace in
the Middle East."
He said that the resolu-
tion adopted Monday con-
tradicted Resolution 242.
Earlier, the assembly
adopted another resolution
on the Palestinian issue,
demanding complete and
unconditional withdrawal
of Israeli forces from all
Arab territories occupied
since 1967. The vote on this
resolution was 123 in favor,
with Israel and the United
States voting against, and
19 countries abstaining.
This resolution was part
of a score of resolutions
which sharply criticized Is-
rael and its occupation of
Arab territorles. The reso-
lution also called for uncon-
ditional withdrawal by Is-
rael from all territories it
has occupied since 1967.
The resolutions said that
unless Israel withdrew,
there can be no just and last-
ing settlement in the Mid-
dle East.
The same resolution
also strongly condemned
the negative votes of the
United States in the Se-
curity Council on resolu-
tions regarding the Mid-
dle East. The resolutions
said that the United
States veto prevents the
council from taking
- appropriate measures to
solve the Middle East
conflict.
The resolution also de-
manded that Israel rescind
its decision to impose its
laws and jurisdiction on the
Golan Heights and reiter-
ated a previous General As-
sembly statement that Is-
rael was not "a peace-loving
member-state."
resolution
Another
adopted last week con-
demned the massacre of
civilians in Beirut and
called for the strict respect
for Lebanon's sovereignty.
Israel joined the vote con-
demning the massacre but
voted, in a separate vote,
against the provision that
said that the massacre was
, an act of genocide. The basic
vote was 145 for, none
against.
Another resolution con-
demned what it called the
plundering of the Palesti-
nian cultural heritage dur-

ing the Israeli occupation of
Beirut and called on Israel
to make full restitution,
through UNESCO, of all the
archives and documents
removed by Israel.
The vote on this resolu-
tion was 138-1. The nega-
tive vote was cast by Is-
rael. The United States,
the Dominican Republic,
Malawi Papua and New
Guinea abstained.
Another resolution de-

plored the transfer by some
states of their diplomatic
missions back to Jerusalem
from Tel Aviv in violation of
the 1980 resolution of the
Security Council. The vote
on this resolution was 137
in favor with only Israel vot-
ing against it, and four
abstentions — the United
States, the Dominican Re-
public, Guatemala and
Malawi.
Still another resolution

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