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May 20, 1983 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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Filly, May 10,1983

TERRY I. BERLIN

Attorney At Law

FAST, COMPREHENSIVE
LEGAL SERVICES
phone 353-1474

THE= DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Weinberger Denies Allegations That He Is Anti-Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
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these matters, as in all peace. Israel cannot be
Actually, the memoran-
others, that I felt in the expected to expose itself
dum of understanding was
best interests of the to the risks of territorial
suspended by the Adminis-
United States."
withdrawal if it is not
tration in December 1982,
He continued: "But even confident about its own
after Israel annexed the
if I were not a stronger ad- defense capabilities,
Golan Heights. It was about
mirer of Israel, which I am, about the security ar-
to be reinstated last spring
and all they have accom- rangements that accom-
when Israel invaded Leba-
plished, even if the Ameri- pany any withdrawal,
non.
can people were not bound
and about the strength
Weinberger was inter-
to Israel by emotional ties, and permanence, about
rupted three times by
as Secretary of Defense I our United States com-
applause and ovations
would still be a strong sup- mitment to Israeli secu-
and was given a standing
porter of Israel."
rity."
ovation at the end of his
Weinberger said, "Leav-
But at the same time, he
address.
ing all sentiments aside,
said, if the moderate Arabs
As Weinberger was ad-
looking only at our own na- are to join the peace process,
dressing the AJCommittee
tional interests, it is clear "they must feel capable of luncheon inside the hotel,
that we in the United States withstanding the inevitable
several hundred protesters
have an important stake in retailiatory threats from
staged a peaceful anti-
Israel's security." He as- the radicals and rejec-
Weinberger demonstration
serted that the U.S. has an tionists they are sure to con-
outside. The rally was co-
enormous strategic interest front. And that means they,
sponsored by Americans for
in the Middle East and that too, must be confident about
a Safe Israel and the Na-
Israel is a most effective
their own capabilities and
tional Council of Young Is-
military force, and that be- our commitment to their.de-
rael. A third group involved
cause it is a democracy, it is
fense."
was the Jewish Mobiliza-
one of the most stable gov-
In that connection, Wein-
tion Committee.
ernments in the region.
berger said, in response to a
Rabbi Avraham Weiss,
Weinberger observed question at the end of his
spiritual leader of the He-
that the Soviets "would de- address, the U.S. supplies
brew Institute of Riverdale,
arly love to control the Mid- the moderate Arab coun-
N.Y., and one of the coor-
dle East resources and tries, notably Jordan and dinators of the rally, ex-
strategic checkpoints; but Saudi Arabia, with ad-
plained that the thrust of
Israel stands determinedly vanced American arms only
the 90-minute demonstra-
in their way." He affirmed for defense purposes.
tion was to carry a message
America's commitment to
He also said that the to Weinberger that he is in
Israel, declaring that the memorandum of under-
fact "the symbol of this Ad-
U.S. is bound to Israel by standing between Israel ministration's abandon-
strategic interests.
and the U.S., which he said ment of Israel." The protes-
was suspended by the Rea- tors shouted, in unison,
The Defense Secretary
gan Administration after "Weinberger must go," and
warned of what he said is
"the heightened danger" Israel invaded Lebanon, some of them carried a large
could be reinstated. He did banner stating, "Cap, The
of direct conflict between
Knife."
Israel and Syria. He said not say when.
the U.S. is most worried
over the Soviet military
build-up in Syria. He
noted that the Soviets (Continued from Page 1) American understand-
have "literally flooded
charge that he was instru- ing" and to study Ameri-
Syria with new arms and
mental
in the government's can methods of public
they have issued pro-
decision to place thousands management and policy
vocative statements dis-
paraging United States, of Japanese-Americans in analysis at the School of
internment camps, a deci- Government.
Israeli, Lebanese efforts
sion that McCloy recently
- In a statement released
to bring peace and stabil-
defended.
last Thursday, Graham Al-
ity to Lebanon. They
A national commission lison, Jr., dean of the School
have also sent Soviet
troop units to Syria, not has asserted that the in- of Government, said that
ternment of Japanese- McCloy "was not responsi-
just 'advisers' or train-
Americans at that time was ble for the evils charged by
ers."
rooted in "race, prejudice, the student groups and de-
This stepped-up Soviet
war hysteria and failure of *scribed him as an American
involvement in the region,
political leadership." who "more than any other,
Weinberger warned,
The scholarship pro- helped transform U.S.-
"makes a solution to the
crisis in Lebanon more dif- gram, announced last German relations from the
ficult to achieve and March, will bring 10 depth of a world war that
heightens the danger of di- German students each claimed 51 million victims
rect conflict between Syria year beginning this Sep- to a special relationship be-
tember to Harvard to fos- tween closely allied democ-
and Israel."
The Defense Secretary ter "strong German- racies."
said the Soviet Union is
making "a profound mis-
take" if it thinks that by bel-
NEW YORK (JTA) — "Asahel"; In the category of
ligerent statements it can
pressure the U.S. not to The fourth annual Kenneth history, "Zionism: The
B. Smilen/Present Tense Formative Years" by David
support Isarel.
Literary Awards were pre- Vital; Stephen Sharot in the
As for the agreement be-
sented in ceremonies here social and political analysis
tween Israel and Lebanon
earlier this month.
category for his volume,
on the withdrawal of Israeli
The awards are given to "Messianism, Mysticism
troops from Lebanon,
achieved through the medi- authors and translators of and Magic: A Sociological
ation of Secretary of State English-language books. Analysis of Jewish Reli-
George Shultz, Weinberger with Jewish themes by gious Movements."
said that it was a major step American publishers. Win-
Also winning awards
forward "for advancing the ners in each of the regular were: Stephen Mitchell for
cause of peace in the Middle categories receive a $1,500 the translation of "Points of
East." He continued, "I hope prize.
Departure" by Dan Pagis;
Special citations were Elisabeth Young-Bruehl for
Syria will soon see that it is
enormously to its advan- awarded to Gabriel Preil for her biography of Hannah
tage also to agree to with- his "outstanding contribu- Arendt, "Hannah Arendt:
draw ,its troops from Leba- tions to Jewish literature For Love of the World";
non."
and to the third and final Barbara Cohen, in the
volume of the new transla- juvenile category, for "King
Weinberger also stated
tion of the Bible, "The Writ- of the Seventh Grade"; and
peace cannot be achieved
ings: Ketubim."
without strength, and
Therese and Mendel Metz-
"states that do not feel
Other award winners in- ger for general non-fiction
secure cannot be ex- cluded: Aharon Megged in with their volume, "Jewish
pected to take risks for the fiction category for Life in the Middle Ages."

Harvard Protest

10 Receive Literary Awards

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