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March 02, 1984 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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AIPAC Study on U.S. Jerusalem Policy

policy toward the status of
Jerusalem is riddled with
contradictions," according
to a new study from the
American. Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC).
"It is a policy which from its
very inception never corre-
sponded with Jerusalem's
changing reality."
In the study, entitled.
"U.S. Policy Toward
Jerusalem, the Capital of
Israel," AIPAC researcher
Sara M. Averick traces the
history and examines the
inconsistencies found in
Washington's present pol-
icy. For example, in no other
country in the world is the
American embassy located
outside the administrative
capital, the report asserts.
Other inconsistencies

o. •

noted by AIPAC include the
fact that Washington has,
since 1967, espoused the
principle of an "undivided"
Jerusalem, refusing to ac-
knowledge the reality that
the city is already unified.
Moreover, the U.S. insists
that the city be both united
and yet subject to negotia-
tions, implying that west
Jerusalem could be handed
over to the Arabs.
The study reveals that
most Americans accept
Jerusalem as Israel's
capital. Drawing upon
public opinion polls,
AIPAC shows that a size-
able majority of Ameri-
cans not only support Is-
raeli control over a un-
ified Jerusalem, but also
believes that Jerusalem
should be recognized as

the capital of Israel.

The report was released
in anticipation of forthcom-
ing hearings on legislation
to move the U.S. Embassy
in Israel from Tel Aviv to



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Friday, March 2, 1984 25

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