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November 04, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-04

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6 Friday, November 4, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Argentine Jews Are Satisfied

Stanley Illaplan

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Tenenbaum pointed out
that the Jewish voters in
last Sunday's elections be-
haved in the same manner
as the general electorate
and "spoke up clearly in
favor of Alfonsin." He
stressed that the pro-
Alfonsin vote of the Jewish
electorate was motivated
both by general considera-
tions as well as those con-
cerns particularly felt by
the Jewish community.
"The Jewish voter, like
the average voter, wished to
vote for democratic institu-
tional life and for an option
of change," Tenenbaum
said. "On the strictly Jewish
level, he believed that (Al-
fonsin's) Radical Party of-
fered more guarantees, due
to its democratic make-up
and its rejection of
xenophobic trends."

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The Jewish vote, he of Argentine Jewry, pub-
pointed out, was impor- lished a statement in the
tant onlyin the district of general press in which "it
the federal capital, where reaffirmed its unwavering
it comprised about nine policy of total neutrality
percent of the total. with regard to the different
There were no Jewish political trends."
candidates for any sig-
In a general assessment,
nificant posts, and only a Tenenbaum said that the
few small parties di- election results displayed
rected their campaign two fundamental traits: "Its
specifically to the Jewish undoubted democratic na-
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The four Western allies of
the MNF (Multi-National
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their determination to
maintain their peacekeep-
ing force in Beirut but
agreed as well on the even-
tual need to "widen the in-
ternational presence."
French sources said this
might lead to the stationing
of a UN force in Beirut simi-
lar to the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) which is confined
to south Lebanon.
Meeting with Shultz was
British Foreign Secretary
Sir Geoffrey Howe; French
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson; and the Foreign
Minister of Italy,
Giulio Andreotti. Cheysson,
who served as spokesman
for the group, stressed that
only "political unity in
Lebanon and political
negotiations will lead to a
solution."

West Is Told
to Drop Arafat

PARIS (JTA) — Ambas-
sador Ovadia Sofer of Israel
said in an interview pub-
lished Sunday that the West
should no longer back PLO
chief Yasir Arafat.
Sofer told Journal du Di-
manche that the dismantl-
ing of the PLO there was a
good chance for negotia-
tions on Palestinian au-
tonomy. He said the real
representatives of the
Palestinians were those
who lived in the West Bank
and they should join in the
Camp David peace process.

New Rabbi

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Moshe Yehudai, Israel's
fourth Sabra Reform rabbi,
was ordained last month in
ceremonies at the Hebrew
Union College here.

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