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November 11, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ford, Carter Call for Broad M.E. Peace

ATLANTA (JTA) — Two
former Presidents, once bit-
ter political opponents,
were in close agreement
here that the United States
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its involvement in Lebanon
and should continue to press
toward a broad, comprehen-
sive Middle East peace de-
spite the continuing crisis
in the region.
Gerald Ford, Republican,
and Jimmy Carter, the
Democrat who defeated him
in the 1976 Presidential
elections, served as co-
chairmen of a four-day con-
ference on the Middle East
which opened Sunday at
Emory University.
The conference, spon-
sored by the Carter Center
of Emory University, drew
government officials, dip-
lomats and scholars from 10
nations, including the
Soviet Union and Middle
Eastern states.
Israel boycotted the
event because the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion was represented by
• Harvard University Prof.
Walid Khalidi. But sev-
eral Israeli academics
attended.
Ford urged that the
United States avoid mili-
tary retaliation for the
suicide bombing of the U.S.
Marine headquarters in Be-
irut Oct. 23 which took the
lives of 230 American serv-
icemen and wounded scores
more. "We should keep our
cool, we should not lash out
in some reckless military
action," Ford said.
Carter agreed, warning
that retaliation could be
"counter-productive" to the

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Ford added that he did not
think the search for a broad
peace between Israel and its
Arab neighbors can be
allowed "to languish while
we're concentrating on the
Lebanese problem. They
have to be attacked simul-
taneously," he said.
Carter said the confer-
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scope and nature" and that
he hoped it would provide a
non-partisan forum for each
country to educate the pub-
lic and express its views on
the Middle East conflict,
free from political pres-
sures. He described the Car-
ter Cetner at Emory,
founded last year, as a non-
partisan think-tank to ad-
dress global issues.

Friday, November 11, 1983 21

Chief Rabbis Visit America

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Israel's two chief rabbis, in a
precedent-setting move,
made a joint visit to the
United States earlier this
month.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi
Avraham Shapiro and
Rabbi Mordechai Eliahu,

the Sephardi leader,
traveled to the U.S. to-
gether for meetings with
American rabbis on topics
such as kashrut, divorce
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talks being held by the war-
ring factions in Lebanon
aimed at national reconcili-
ation. "To guess who is re-
sponsible or to base a mili-
tary action on unsubstan-
tiated allegations would be
a very serious mistake,"
Carter said. Ford said "it is
time for thoughtful review
of our policy and then strong
action once we decide what
our policy is."
former
The •
two
Presidents spoke against
the background of reports in
recent days that the Reagan
Administration is con-
templating some sort of re-
tribution against those re-
sponsible for the attack on
the Marines. The U.S. naval
force has been beefed up in
Lebanese waters. But Ad-
ministration officials con-
cede that they are still not
certain which group was re-
sponsible for the attack.
The two former
Presidents stressed at a
news conference that the
United States, the Arab
nations and Israel must
continue to search for a
broad, comprehensive
peace.
"There is no way to
minimize the consequences
of the tragic and unneces-
sary war in Lebanon," Car-
ter said. "But this should
not defer the attention of
our government from the
roots of the continuing con-
flict that really helped pre-
cipitate the Lebanese situa-
tion."

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not to send members of
Labor Alignment-affiliated
kibutz movements to set-
tlements in the West Bank
where conflicting political
views prevail.
According to Labor
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