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December 02, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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46 Friday, December 2, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

During World War II,
31,280 members of Bnai
Brith served in the U.S.
armed forces. Of that

number, 553 were killed in
action or died in line of duty;
446 were cited for bravery
on the battlefield.

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ing all parties to "be flexible
and open in terms of the
negotiation process and not
preclude any options that
lead to peace." The apparent
reference to Israel's settle-
ment policy, seen by some as
an obstacle to peace, was a
surprise addition to the
CJF's draft resolution on

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the Middle East. It came
about as a result of lobbying
carried out by New Jewish
Agenda. •
The CJF tabled a stronger
resolution opposing Jewish
settlements on the West
Bank. "Israel could build on
the gains it made at Camp
David by refraining from
actions such as the con-
struction of settlements
which lead toward the in-
corporation of the West
Bank into Israel proper,"
read the resolution prop-
osed by delegate Louis
Smerling of Minneapolis.
All local federations will be
advised to discuss the West
Bank issue during the com-
ing year, according to De-
troiter Martin Citrin, presi-
dent of CJF.
"I personally feel that the
settlements in the heavily
populated Arab areas are an
obstacle to peace," said
Esther Leah Ritz, national
vice president of CJF and
president of JWB, who
suggested tabling Smerl-
ing's motion. "This is an
issue on which the Jewish
community is very deeply
divided both here and in Is-
rael," she said

Jewish community
concern about the set-
tlements was further evi-
denced by a "Call for a
West Bank Settlement
Freeze" signed by more
than 5,000 American
Jews, including Nathan
Glazer, Nobel Laureate
George Wald, Ira Silver-
man and over 60 rabbis
including Roland Gittel-
sohn and David Wolf Sil-
verman.

The call was also spon-
sored by New Jewish
Agenda, which will present
it and the signatures to the
president of the CJF. It was
published in Atlanta's
Jewish newspaper, South-
ern Israelite.
New Jewish Agenda also
sponsored a special meeting
at the CJF at which Haim
Ramon, Labor Party Knes-
set member, spoke on "The
Future of the West Bank
and Its Impact on Israeli
Society."
"All those who want Is-
rael to stay Jewish and
democratic are opposing the
de facto annexation of the
West Bank," said Ramon.
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the Arabs of the West Bank
political rights, they will
dominate 30-40 percent of
the Knesset. If the govern-
ment does not give them
rights, then we will not be
any more a democratic
state."

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