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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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Friday, December 2, 1983 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Figure Losses of' Jews from Arab Lands

(Continued from Page 1)
two million today," a
WOJAC spokesman said.
While the conference is
attempting to bring into
focus the Jewish exodus
from Arab countries, com-

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parable to the Arab flight
from Palestine, another
aim, according to confer-
ence organizers, is "to let
bygones be bygones, and to
work for a resolutino of the
sufferings of both parties to
the Arab Israeli conflict and
to promote peace in the
Middle East."
The WOJAC called for
recognition of the shared
sufferings of these peoples
in order to encourage peace
and understanding, "and to
open the road to a Middle
East settlement based on
mutual recognition."
The primary force be-
hind the conference is
Mordechai Ben-Porat, a
Minister Without

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nian refugees currently
living in camps in the
West Bank. Ben-Porat,
originally from Iraq, in-
tends to make this idea a
theme of the conference.
Goldberg, in his address
Monday, recalled his role in
drafting United Nations Se-
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a just solution of the refugee
problems was deliberately
phrased in such a way as to
take account of the mass
Jewish exodus from Arab
lands as well as the Arab
flight from Palestine. Re-
stitution for Arab Jewry
was also explicitly provided
for in the Camp David ac-
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UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — An exhibition on
Palestinian rights, pre-
pared by the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization,
opened this week in the pub-
lic lobby of the General As-
sembly building. It was
clearly overshadowed by
the continuing warfare be-
tween PLO factions in
Lebanon, a fact alluded to
by Israel's Ambassador to
the UN, Yehuda Blum.
The exhibition is part of
the annual observance of
the National Day of Solidar-
ity with the Palestinian
People Tuesday, the 36th
anniversary of the UN deci-
sion of Nov. 29, 1947 to par-
tition Palestine into Jewish
and Arab states.
The display is meager and
modest. It consists of only 32
photographs, 26 of them
taken at the UN-sponsored
conference on Palestine
held in Geneva last August.
It will be on view to the pub-
lic until Sunday.
The exhibition was
formally opened by Mas-
samba Sarre, chairman
of the Committee for the
Exercise of the Inalien-
able Rights of the Pales-
tinian people. The open-
ing was attended by UN
officials, including the
current President of the
General Assembly, Jorge
Illueca of Panama. - UN
Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar was not
present though it was re-
ported earlier that he
would be. The PLO was
represented by its
foreign policy spokes-
man, Farouk Kaddoumi.
Blum, responding to a
question by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, said
the exhibition "is the best
evidence of- the surrealist
character of the UN.
Everyone knows full well
what has happened in re-
cent weeks in northern
Lebanon. At the UN, busi-
ness is as usual. The Arabs
and their supporters behave
as if nothing has happened."
Kaddoumi, addressing a
press conference, charged
that the dispute within the
PLO is a mutiny instigated
by Syria. He said PLO chief
Yasir Arafat is in control.

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