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December 23, 1983 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-23

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14 Friday, December 23, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS


Traitor Seeks Early Release from Prison

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devoted couple who may be
separated by the force of cir-
cumstances. Hence there
was considerable sympathy
with Leah Leshem when
she appeared on television
not long ago and pleaded for
support in her efforts to
have her boy friend, Udi
Adiv, released from prison
for a short "vacation" so

they could be married.
Nothing was said about the
fact that his previous prison
marriage, in 1972, had
ended in divorce.
Application has also been
made to have his sentence
reduced by a third for good
behavior. Adiv was sen-
tenced 11 years ago to a 17-
year term, and a one-third
reduction would make him
eligible for release just
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the politicians who are Forces, from his own
known for their espousal of military experience, and
"rights" for everyone.
provided precise infor-
Yossi Sarid, of the Labor mation on Israel targets
Party, who once boasted "worth bombing."
that Yasir Arafat has
Dedicated to the "liquida-
sought an appointment tion of the Zionist state," the
with him, and Laborite group which he headed
Shulamit Aloni, who is on drew up a list of officials to
record as advocating civil be assassinated. The name
disobedience to protest laws of Moshe Dayan headed the
she does not approve of, both list. His sabotage and es-
support Adiv.
pionage ring drew others,
- Udi Adiv is being trans- Jews and Arabs, into its
formed into a case of web, but before they could
political persecution, and do any major damage Udi
the present government and his friends were ar-
in. Israel stands accused, rested.
by inference, of punish-
There was never any
ing a fine young man be-
cause he holds views and doubt as to his guilt. The
opinions contrary to evidence was overwhelm-
those of the party in ing. One of his cronies, also
power. This is the sort of a Jew, who was sent to
thing we would expect in prison with him was given
the Soviet Union, or in the one-third remission of
Iran, or Argentina is the sentence not long ago after
he had expressed remorse
implication.
Keeping Udi Adiv in jail for his deed and promised
is seen by these righteous not to engage in any further
defenders of human rights activity of that nature. Adiv
• as a blot against democracy expressed partial regret for
some of what he had done,
in Israel.
Who is Udi Adiv, and but refused to pledge that he
what did he do that got him would abstain from activi-
convicted to a 17-year term? ties harmful to the state.
This is the man Yossi
The case is well known in
Israel; indeed, it is difficult Sarid and Shulamit Aloni
to forget. A member of now want released from
Kibutz Gan Shmuel, of prison. In a sense, the re-
Hashomer Hatzair, Adiv newed interest in the case is
was arrested by the security not bad. It should serve to
forces in 1972 after they had remind the public that
gathered enough solid evi- legitimate criticism of gov-
dence to present their case ernment policies, and
in court. The charges were democratic expression of
shocking. This personable dissenting views, when car-
young sabra, kibutz ried too far, encourage
member and a veteran of naive, gullible and im-
the Israel army, was ac- pressionable young people
cused of treason to an extent 'to carry their opposition to
that in almost any other extremes which cause great
country would have re- harm to the basic security of
the country.
sulted in his execution.
He moved in circles very
Adiv's appeal reached
much like those which are court not long ago, and
known today as Peace Now, after receiving back-
but these were not extreme ground material from the
enough for him. He drifted security services, the
further to the left, and when judge turned down the
he could find no suitable request.
organization he foundedthis
One columnist bitterly
own revolutionary body suggested that some way
which rejected Jewish should be found to let Adiv -
nationalism and espoused get married, consummate
the justice of Arab ter- the marriage, and then go
rorism. -
back to prison. His greatest
He made his way punishment, the writer
secretly to Damascus said, would be when his son,
where Syrian intelli- having reached age of
gence officers trained understanding, would turn
him in sabotage. He told to him and ask: "Daddy, is it
them everything he knew true that you were a traitor
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By ELISHEVA PALUBA ATLAS

We children of the world
We have no choice
But to shout out in one great voice:
We are so small,'
Let us grow up healthy and tall.
We don't understand the purpose of war,
What is all the killing for?

With the coming of each new day,
We children want to play,
Buy knowledge in school,
Learn to go along and love,
Isn't this enough?

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And cry out:
We don't want war!!
We don't want war!!
Please!
Give us children a chance to grow up

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