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March 30, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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tHE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, I(Aarch 30, 1984'

Going after the Jewish vote

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don't think it would be
By MORRIS AMITAY
appropriate for the United
Special to
States to prejudice the out-
The Jewish News
come by taking a position in
Washington — President-
favor of any one side."
ial campaign strategies by
Although Hart and Mon-
both Republicans and
dale, with this exception,
Democrats since World War
would appear to be in
II have demonstrated that
agreement on most issues
the Jewish vote can be cru-
regarding U.S.-Israel rela-
cial to victory. This is be-
tions, there is also the need
cause American Jews vote
to look at the inner circle of
in numbers disproportion-
both candidates' close
ately larger than their per-
friends and advisers to see
centage of the population
who might influence future
and are concentrated in
policy.
states with large blocs of
Walter Mondale
Presidential advisers'
electoral votes.
In the upcoming election, Mondale has made an un- recommendations, coupled
the candidates' pronounce- equivocal statement, dec- with their proximity to
,.vents on U.S.policies in the laring "the capital of Israel power, as we have clearly
Middle East and U.S.-Israel is Jerusalem, and seen in the case of Defense
relations will continue to be Jerusalem shall remain Secretary Caspar Wein-
a decisive factor in attract- forever undivided with ac- berger, play a critical role in
ing support. The clearest cess to the holy places . . . I formulating U.S. foreign
proof of this link was the believe that our embassy policy positions. Mondale's
1980 Presidential election should be transferred to inner circle includes long-
when President Reagan did Jerusalem and be a part of time friends of Israel such
as Max Kampelman, Stan-
just about as well as Jimmy that capital."
In
fact,
Mondale
as
Vice
ley
Bregman, Stu Eisenstat
Carter with the Jewish elec-
torate. The split was President visited the West- and, more recently, his cur-
roughly 45 percent for each ern Wall in East Jerusalem, rent counsel, David Ifshin.
with Anderson getting with his car flying . the
Gary Hart, on the other
American flag, despite veh- hand, has a number of key
about 10 percent.
This "revolution" in ement State Department advisers whose past actions
Jewish -voting patterns, opposition to giving any and association raise ques-
.
hitherto heavily Demo- validity to Israel's claim to
tions
as to their positions on
cratic, can be attributed to the city. Israel-related issues. These
widespread Jewish distrust • President Reagan's posi- would include pollster and
of the direction of Carter - tion that the status of - political adviser Pat Cadell
Brzezinski Middle East Jerusalem is subject to and John Holum, a former
policies. But this support of negotiation is similar to the legislative aide to George
the Republican standard same negative, ambiguous McGovern. While Hart, of
bearer may prove to have language that Gary Hart course, has a number of
been a one-time event given has recently used. Hart, in- new-found Jewish friends in
current irritants in the cidentally, has so far de-
Congress, and has enjoyed
U.S.-Israel relationship. clined to co-sponsor Senator some support in the past,
President Reagan for- Pat Moynihan's bill to move particularly from the De-
mally began his quest for the embassy, a measure al- nver Jewish community,
Jewish support since an- ready agreed to by 37 of his the same kind of closeness is
nouncing his candidacy in colleagues. In a Feb. 1 let- lacking. . at
an address before the Na- ter, Hart stated, "Any reso-
As the contest for the
tional UJA Young Leader- lution of the status of Democratic nomination un-
ship Conference. While ex- Jerusalem can only come folds, closer scrutiny of
tolling the positive about as the result of
achievements of his Ad- negotiations involving all those clOse to the candidates
ministration, including in- sides of the issue." Then, in should be at least as impor-
tant as the spotlight on the
creased foreign aid levels to a familiar spirit of "even- candidates- themselves.
Israel, the formalization of a handedness," Hart wrote, "I
U.S.-Israel strategic rela-
tionship, and his support for
the proposed Free Trade
Zone between the two na-
tions, Reagan actually un-
is
spokesman,
Jerusalem, (JTA) — fairs
derscored two items that are
scheduled
to
visit
Egypt
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
major causes of concern:
next week at the invitation
They are his insistence on sent a message of warm
of top government figures
sending sophisticated greetings this week to
there. Eban expects to meet
weapons-to Jordan and his President Hosni Mubarak
with Mubarak.
refusal to endorse the relo- of Egypt to mark the fifth
Just back from Egypt on a
cation of the American Em- anniversary of the signing
private business visit, Haim
bassy to Jerusalem despite of the Israel-Egypt peace
Zadok, a Just ice Minister in
growing Congressional treaty. Shamir expressed
the former Labor govern-
pressure to do so. his hope for "development"
ment, told reporters that
While currently describ- of the relations between the
the Egyptians are presently
ing Jordan as crucial to the two countries and also ex-
occupied with their own
peace process, President_ pressed his confidence that
elections to be held in May.
Reagan curiously described the treaty would be a "cor-
But, he said, they are
his proposal to sell sophisti- nerstone" for broader Mid-
clearly interested in prom-
cated arms to Jordan as in dle East peace.
oting ties with Israel's
Shamir's
aides
said
his
"Israeli strategic interests."
Labor movement. Zadok
Despite King Hussein's message was especially sig-
met with former Premier
most recent emphatic rejec- nificant because it follows
Mustafa Khalil and Minis-
tion of peace negotiations some harsh statements by
ter of State for Foreign Af-
with Israel, the Adminis- the premier accusing Egypt
fairs Butros Ghali.
tration is insisting it will of failure to abide by the
continue to proceed with the spirit of the peace treaty in
sale of the mobile and de- its cool relations with Is-
adly Stinger ground-to-air rael. The prime minister re-
Tel Aviv — Dr. Alvin
missiles to Jordan. The two portedly expressed his dis-
Radkowsky of the nuclear
major Democratic satisfaction with current
engineering faculty at Tel
Presidential hopefuls, Wal- Israel-Egypt relations in
Aviv University is working
ter Mondale and Gary Hart, talks with U.S. special
on a process to generate nu-
have both publicly ex- - envoy Donald Rumsfeld last
clear power with thorium.
pr essed opposition to this week. Rumsfeld stopped in
The new process -uses
Jerusalem
after
meeting
proposed arms sale.
But on the issue of mov- President Mubarak in smaller quantities of
uranium and does not pro-
ing the U.S. Embassy in Ps- Cairo.
Meanwhile, Abba Eban, duce materials that can be
rael from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem, only Walter the Labor Party's foreign af- used in nuclear weapons.

Shamir wary but hopeful
on Egypt-Israel peace

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