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February 18, 1983 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

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22 Friday, February 18, 1983

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Premier Menahem Begin
told a group of visiting
members of the European
Parliament that their in-
stitution's support for
President Reagan's Middle
East peace initiative was
"destructive."
He insisted that the
Camp David accords are the
only framework for peace
negotiations.
Begin said the peace
process would not be af-
fected by the changes in his
Cabinet made necessary by
the forced resignation of De-

PALM BEACH, Fla.
(JTA) -- Former Secretary
of State Alexander Haig
praised Israel's democratic
form of government and de-
clared that the United
States should not interfere
in the internal affairs of the
country.
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He also made it clear that
the changes would have no
affect on his government's
policies. He said Israel
would never halt settlement
activities in the occupied
territories, would never
agree to a Palestinian state
and will never negotiate
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization "because
a people does not talk to
those who come to destroy
it."

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Defamation League of Bnai
Brith that "we have learned
a lesson — Israel is indeed a
democracy." He added:
"That means American
and even members of the
American Diaspora (the
U.S. Jewish community)
have no right to comment on
the internal affairs of the
state of Israel."
The former Adminis-
tration official also told a
dinner opening the
ADL's national executive
committee at The Break-
ers Hotel last week that
the United States "must
insist on the withdrawal
of all foreign forces from
Lebanon — not just Is-
raeli forces."
Honored at the dinner
was New Jersey Sen. Frank
Lautenberg, who received
the ADL's Haym Salomon
Award for his contributions
to "his state and nation and
his sense of responsibility
for the rights and privileges
of his fellow men."
In his comments on the
current situation, Haig said
that what happens in Israel
"must be a reflection of the
choice of the people of Israel
in the exercise of their
franchise." "Why is this so?"
he went on. Because, he de-
clared, in the process of
criticizing from abroad, "we
deprive the opposition in Is-
rael of its platform."
Calling for a "spirit of
partnership and coopera-
tion" with Israel, the former
Secretary of State said that
"some say our obligation to
Israel is purely moral." But,
he went on, Israel repre-
sents "geo-political and
strategic values to the
United States — a country
with a stable regime,
militarily capable and of
crucial importance to the
United States in the
region."
The dinner meeting
marked the beginning of
ADL's observance of its
70th anniversary.

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NEW YORK — Louis
Brause, co-chairman of the
Real Estate and Construc-
tion Industry Division of
ORT, was honored as the
1983 American ORT Feder-
ation Man of the Year at the
1983 American ORT Feder-
ation National Conference
in January.

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in the reversal of the in-
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Last month, the federal
court of appeals for the 11th
circuit in Atlanta, reversed
the death penalty sentence
of William Henry Hance,
who was convicted of the
murder of Gail Jackson in a
Georgia state court in 1978.

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