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March 23, 1984 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 23, 1984

25

Jackson calls for `trialogue'



Washington (JTA) — The
Rev. Jesse Jackson called
for a "trialogue" between
American blacks, Arabs
and Jews to help bring
about peace in the Middle
East.
"We blacks, Arabs and
Jews must talk to each
other and not at each other,"
Jackson said in an address
to about 1,200 persons
attending the national con-
vention of the America-
Arab Anti-Discrimination
Committee (ADC) at the
Washington Hilton Hotel.
"We blacks, Arabs and
Jews can export an Ameri-
can experience here," he
said.
Jackson, a candidate for
the Democratic President-
ial nomination, said it was a
"tragedy" that there was no
dialogue in the Middle East
but it was "even more
(tragic) to see it here."
He said "the Jewish
community must be chal-
lenged to know the pain of
the Palestinians. The
Jewish community must be
helped to understand 'and
identify with Palestinian
exile ..."
But, he added, "just as
Jews must be helped to
know the suffering of Pales-
tinians, we must challenge
the Palestinians to know
and understand the fears
and the history and suffer-
ing of the Jewish people as

Jackson reiterated his
position that peace in the

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state. He urged the U.S.
government to talk to the
Palestine Liberation
Organization as well as to
Israel.

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