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October 14, 1983 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-14

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Friday, October 14, 1983 3 ,

- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Proposes a Conference to Fight
Interreligious Conflict in the World

ALEXANDER M. HAIG, JR.

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"As far as Jordan is con-
cerned, the search for a
political solution to the
Arab-Israeli conflict is a
cornerstone in its foreign
policy, and the principal
goal of its diplomatic activ-
ity at both the Arab and the
international levels,"
Kasim said.
At an earlier General As-
sembly session, Australia's
Foreign Minister W.G.
Hayden said that a just and
lasting solution to the
Mideast dispute "means the
need to sustain the right of

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and recognized borders."
But he stressed at the same
time that the Australian
government "acknowledges-
the right of self-
determination for the
Palestinian people, includ-
ing their right, if they
choose, to independence and
the possibility of their own
independent state."

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of Jordanian's UN Address

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UNITED
(JTA) — Jordan has de-
clared that it will "cooper-
ate with all efforts to
achieve a comprehensive
and durable just peace" in
the Middle East, provided
the "legitimate rights of the
people of Palestine" are ful-
filled.
"We shall always accord
the highest priority to the
salvation of the people and
the territory from Israeli oc-
cupation," Jordan's Foreign
Minister Marwan Kasim
said at the United Nations
last week.
Addressing the UN Gen-
eral Assembly, the Jorda-
nian Minister sharply at-
tacked Israel's settlement
policy, charging that the
"annexation" of the West
Bank by Israel was part of a
continuous Israeli expan-
sion in the region. "A deci-
sive and immediate action
is needed to stop this colo-
nial policy if we are to arrest
the dangerous escalation in
the occupied Arab ter-
ritories," Kasim said.
Charging that Israel
reinforces its expan-
sionist policy "ignoring
and distorting all peace
calls and signals of mod-
eration emanating from
Arabs and others" Kasim
said Israel rejected the
Arab peace plan after the
Fez summit in 1982 and
the Reagan peace plan of
the same year.

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and economic roots they
have been exacerbated by
and charged With religious
hatred."
He proposed a world
conference of religious
leaders to confront the
festering, ever -deepening
religious conflicts that
imperil world peace and
that daily makes victims
of innocent men, women
and children." Schneier
announced . that the
foundation will convene
in 1984 an international
conference of religious
leaders representing
major faiths on the
theme, "Peace, Tolerance
and Human Dignity," to
meet this challenge.

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Arthur Schneier,
president of the Appeal of
Conscience Foundation,
warned last week against
the continued threat of in-
terreligious conflict, which
he said may lead historians
to describe the "era we live
in . . . as the age of religious
wars."
"Hateful religious con-
flict seems to be the order of
the day," Schneier, who is
spiritual leader of the Park
East Synagogue, told some
500 persons attending the
annual award dinner of the
foundation.
"We live in a world of
heightened interreligious
tensions," said Schneier,
adding, "Bahais, Catholics,
Hinus, Jews, Moslems,
Protgstants and others have
all been involved in violent
sectarian strife. And while
these conflicts have social

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