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10 Friday, April 6, 1984

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cratic candidate Walter
Mondale received nearly
two-to-one backing from the
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ial primary election.
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indicated that approx-
imately 65 percent of New
York's Jewish voters fa-
vored Mondale, 33 percent
voted for Senator Gary Hart
and two percent voted for
Jesse Jackson. •
The non-Jewish white
vote in New York split
nearly 50-50 between Mon-
dale and Hart, while
Jackson picked up 80 per-
cent of the black vote.
The three candidates
slugged it out on "Jewish is-
sues" for more than a week
preceding the election in an
effort to win New York's 280
Democratic delegates.
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that he opposes a Palesti-
nian homeland, and Hart
evaded taking a clear-cut
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supported a Palestinian
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"No. No. No. I oppose a
homeland . . .because the
Camp David accords, in my
opinion, provides the only
responsible resolution of
this dispute and Israel is a
signator and has agreed to
negotiate. (King) Hussein
(of Jordan) refuses to sit
down."
Hart answered by noting
that "the organized entity of
the PalestiMans, the PLO,
has a solemn covenant to
destroy the state of Israel. I
think we can, in fact,
achieve some resolution of
the Palestinian issue, au-
tonomy or whatever. But
only after the other nations
in the region are willing to
abandon that commitment
to destroy that one nation."
Jackson stated, "The
Palestinians deserve a
homeland just as other na-
tions deserve a homeland.
So long as we ignore that
basic right and that basic
quest we can only prepare
for war in the Middle East
as opposed to peace." He
added, however, that "Israel
deserves the right to secu-
rity within internationally
recognized boundaries."
The United States,
Jackson continued, remains
the only nation which can
approach the various lead-
ers in the Middle East and
assemble them to discuss
peace in the region. He
called for the U.S. to "nor-
malize our ties in the Arab
world" and said that as long
as the U.S. "leadership be-
comes weak-kneed in the
fact of that challenge, we'll
not have peace in the Mid-
dle East."
Mondale reaffirmed his
commitment to the Camp
David accords, saying the
agreement "provides among
other things the parties will
negotiate a solution to the

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Palestinian problem in all
of its aspects." He said thi ,
begins with a strong- 1
strategic relationship with
Israel and "involves not try-
ing to pre-netotiate these'
agreements and above all, it
requires that King Husseicii
show the courage of (the late
Egyptian) President (A
war) Sadat and sit down and
negotiate."
Mondale and Hart brief1r
exchanged verbal barbs on
the Carter Administration
decision in 1978 to sell ad-
vanced F-15 fighter aircraft,
to Saudi Arabia. Hart vote
against the sale while Mon-
dale asserted that "I op-
posed (it) in private councils
of the Carter Administra-
tion."
In response to a question-
naire from the Greater Nev:
York Conference on Soviet
Jewry, Mondale and Hart
supported tying Soviet,-
American trade relations to
free emigration of Sovie
Jews, while Jackson be-
lieves this policy — known
as "linkage" — would not b
necessary "if we could
create an atmosphere of
solution with regard to
arms control and reduc-
tion."

Publishers list
spring books

Jewish readers will find a
number of new books from
the Philosophical Library
and Ktav publishers this
spring.
Among the new titles is
Not in Heaven (Ktav) by
Rabbi Eliezer Berkovits.
The book offers an explana-
tion as 'to the nature and
function of Halachah •
Ktav has also published
the second volume of Rabb-
J. David Bleich's Contem-
porary Halachic Problems.
The volume deals with the -
application of Jewish law to
contemporary social, politi-
cal, technological and reli-
gious problems.
Lord, Make My Day
Count (Philosophical Li-
brary) is the autobiography!
of Ely Moskowitz. Along
with the story of his life,the
author provides insight into
early 20th Century
Judaism as practiced both
in Russia and America.
In The Real Jewish World
(Philosophical Library),
Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg
presents an analysis of his l
religious traditions and how
they are applied and mis-
applied in contemporary=
American practice.

Lebanon gets
Israel produce

Jerusalem (JTA) — One-
third of Israel's fresh veget ;
able exports go to Lebanon,
according to Haaretz.
The figure last year was
$16 million out of a total of
$49 million worth of fresh 1
vegetables exported by I7-`
rael.
All of this produce is
marketed by Agrexco, the
company controlled by the'
Agriculture Ministry with
management input from the
kibbutz and moshav move-
ments.

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