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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 15, 1983

Reagan Blames PLO Radicals for Jordan's Rejection

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"meaningful." He said
that Hussein would need
Palestinian representa-
tives on any negotiating
team.

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But he made clear that West Bank.
According to those circles,
these Palestinians would
not be members of the PLO. the Reagan plan has lapsed
He noted that the Palesti- — if it has not collapsed al-
nians on the West Bank had together — and there were
"not had a happy life." But confident predictions that
he said the way to improve the severely strained rela-
their lot is not through vio- tions between Washington
lence but through negotia- and Jerusalem will improve
tions for peace. He noted because the U.S., having
that the PLO rejection of the failed to persuade Jordan to
Reagan initiative last week enter negotiations, will now
came "almost by punctua- ease up its pressure on Is-
tion" at the same time a rael.
Only hours before the an-
moderate Palestinian,
Issam Sartawi, was mur- nouncement from Amman,
top Israeli officials were
dered in Portugal.
Shultz said he had no reacting furiously to the
plans to go to the Middle Reagan Administration's
East himself.When asked promise to Hussein that it
whether increased pressure would prevail on Israel to
was needed on Israel, the freeze its settlement build-
secretary replied with,a ing in the occupied ter-
ritories.
terse "no."
Commenting on the
He maintained that
Saudi Arabia has worked latest developments, Jus-
closely with the United tice Minister Moshe Nis-
States on the Middle East sim said that from the
peace initiative and has outset, Israel regarded
been "broadly suppor- Reagan's peace initiative
as ill conceived and ill
tive."
There was no official timed.
He said it had "planted
reaction in Israel to Jor-
dan's announcement. But ' hopes" in Arab minds that
there was barely concealed Israel could be brought to
relief in government circles "give up virtually the whole
which viewed the Jordanian of Judaea and Samaria" and
decision as a stunning blow "these hopes were futile."
Arabs on the West Bank
to President Reagan's Sept.
1 peace initiative which and in East - Jerusalem
called for a self-governing reacted somberly over Jor-
Palestinian "entity" in dan's announcement. Some
association with Jordan and believed the PLO preferred
urged a freeze of Israel's set- a stalemate at this time to
tlement activity on the committing political suicide

Veterans' Poppies
Defer to Shavuot

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and Oak Park on that date.
The American Legion
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that the Jewish War Vete-
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and the JWV honors the
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Prejudice against women
was third.
The poll, conducted by
Sao Paulo psychologist
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and a staff of 20 aides,
measured prejudicial atti-
tudes in terms of "inferior"
and "superior."
It found that 33.7 percent
of the respondents consid-
ered homosexuals "in-
ferior," 12.7 percent
thought Jews "inferior" and
7.5 percent believed women
are "inferior." Blacks were
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pollsters.
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agreed that Jews were
"superior" had added, "but
in the bad sense," and an-
other, after affirming that
Jews were "equal," said
"Yes, but all of them should
have been killed."
The poll found that the
most educated persons were
the least prejudiced and
that women were less prej-
udiced than men.
Meanwhile, more than
600 persons attended a
Holocaust memorial
gathering in Brazil where
Leonel Brizola, governor of
Ri6 de Janeiro state de-
clared: "We are reaffirming
our decision to defend the
values the Jews in the ghet-
tos and Nazi death camps
had died for." .
The memorial was held in
the Bialik Library, head-
quarters of the Labor
Zionist movement in Brazil.
Other dignitaries attending
included Jamil Haddad,
mayor of Rio de Janeiro and
the Israeli consul general.

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by allowing Jordan to Bank and Gaza Strip next
negotiate for the Palesti- week, aimed at "establish-
nians.
ing facts" in those ter-
Anwar Nusseibeh, a ritories, according to Ben-
former Jordanian defense Zion Rubin, deputy minis-
minister who is considered ter of labor and welfare.
to be Hussein's unofficial
Rubin said the new set-
spokesman on the West tlement drive "is the proper
Bank, took a dimmer view. response to the refusal of
He said he did not expect the -King Hussein to join the
Jordanian-Palestinian
peace talks."
dialogue to be fruitful be-
cause "the Israelis will re-
main inflexible, no matter
what the Arabs do."
Rabbi Alexander Schin-
dler, president of the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations (Reform), sent a
telegram to the White
House calling on President
Reagan to respond to Jor-
dan's rejection by providing
Israel "with the fullest
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