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December 30, 1983 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Former WB Administrator Slates U.S. Trip

ganized themselves under Milson and the Leagues
the banner of the Village came not from the critics
tries in Jerusalem, who, in Leagues. But Milson and but from the Israel govern-
typical bureaucratic fash- the Village Leagues made ment, which had appointed
ion, filled the West Bank several crucial mistakes, -Milson to his post.
posts with party stalwarts which gave the Leagues a
Milson's basic objective in
deserving a job.
bad name both in Israel and supporting the Village
Milson was successful in in Washington.
Leagues was to find a politi-
finding moderate Arabs
In order to enhance the cal movement that could vie
who recognized Israel, and leagues' standing, Milson with the PLO for political
wanted to negotiate a set- made them the inter- dominance of the West
tlement on the basis of mediaries between the Bank. He weakened the
Camp David. They or- Arab public and the civil organizational ability of the
administration. This sys- underground PLO forces by
tem led to rampant cor- disbanding the National
FIRESTONE
ruption in the Village Guidance Institute, the
JEWELRY
Leagues offices. His cri- above-ground PLO front,
Wholesale Diamonds & Jewelry
tics said that an Arab ex- and exiling many of its
Remounting Jewelry & Watch Repair
pert like Milson, familiar leaders. But when the Vil-
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with the "baksheesh" lage Leagues applied for
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that oils Arab society, permission to organize
politically and to publish a
must have expected it.
Aw OFF
Milson considered it Palestine Covenant that
2 5 C)
/
necessary to arm Village would recognize Israel to
‘IF ALL
Leaguers for their own pro- rival the PLO Covenant
INVITATIONS
tection and to provide the that calls for Israel's de-
10 iff ANNIVERSARY 1
leaders with escorts of Is- struction, they were stalled
DEBORAH'S
raeli soldiers. There were for many months and were
INVITATIONS clashes between Village finally refused permission
Leaguers and their oppo- last February.
Created Just For You
A month later, Milson,
nents. In the Israeli press
the Village Leaguers were Nasser and their Arab and
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called "armed thugs" and to Jewish friends formed a
most Arabs they were new movement called The
DEBBIE GOLDFINE WEISSERMAN
Way To Peace. It is the only
armed Quislings.
537-1490
The essential feature of movement anywhere in the
world that stands solidly
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•• behind the Camp David ac-
cords as the only road to a
peaceful settlement. In its
founding statement, pub-
lished in The Jerusalem
LADIES'
Post on Oct. 21, the new
MEN'S
organization states:
CHLOE-CHANEL
"The Way To Peace is
OPIUM-GUCCI
not a protest movement
sugg. list
• . . . The Way to Peace is
Sr HALSTON-NORELL
not introducing yet an-
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other plan for a solution
ANSWERING
to the conflict, but prop-
MACHINES
oses instead a mode of ac-
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closer to the possibility of
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conducting negotiations
for a practical solution of
the problem."
So far, The Way to Peace
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• has had little impact on Is-
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• raeli and American public

One Block East of Greenfield
Mon. thru Sat. 10-4 p.m.
• opinion. Few in Israel and
practically no one in New
•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
York or Washington has
heard of it. Milson and Nas-
ser hope to correct this but
the task is long, hard and
difficult.
If Milson and Nasser suc-
ceed only in convincing the
American Jewish public
that it is the Israel govern-
up to
ment, and only the Israel
government, that is pre-
venting the formation of a
moderate Palestinian polit-
ical organization friendly to
Including Wall Pieces . . . Crystal . .
Israel, they will have begun
Figurines
to clear the fog that sur-
rounds this question.
. . . Serving Pieces . . . Brass . . . etc.
Last month the New York
Times published an edito-
rial in which it advised
OFF
"wise Israelis" to encourage
moderate political organ-
installation included
ization on the West Bank.
the Zionist Affairs Depart-
ment of Hadassah sent re-
OFF
prints of the editorial to all
installation included
Hadassah chapters, not
realizing that the Times ad-
vice was contrary to Israel
government policy.
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Then the Times published
a reply by Arnold Forster of
the ADL in which he
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552-9507
blamed the media, includ-
in Farrell's Shopping Plaza
ing the Times, and the State
Mon. thru Sat. 10 5:30
Department for disparaging
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the Village Leagues and
discouraging its political

(Continued from Page 16)

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organization. A letter cor-
recting Forster was not pub-
lished. It is hoped that the
Times will send a competent
reporter to cover the
Milson-Nasser visit and
publish the facts.

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