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May 04, 1984 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-04

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Friday, May 4, 1984 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ZOEY'S

THE GIFT PEOPLE

GLASS, BRASS & UNIQUE ART

`Cold peace'
Israel's fault,
general says

Jerusalem (JTA) — A re-
tired Israeli general who
has been involved in the
military aspects of negotia-
tions with Egypt since 1974,
as blamed Israel in large
easure for the "cold peace"
that currently exists with
Cairo.
"Both Israel and Egypt
committed a series of politi-
cal mistakes since the peace
agreement ( of 1979) and no
party can blame the other
for full responsibility," ac-
cording to Brig. Gen. (Res.)
Avraham Tamir in an arti-
cle published in Yediot Ac-
hronot last Thursday on the
occasion of the second an-
niversary of the Israeli
evacuation of Sinai.
But Tamir, who quit the
army last week to join the
new Yahad Party headedby
former Defense Minister
Ezer Weizman, appeared to
put the lion's share of the
blame on the Israeli gov-
ernment. The basic mistake
of Israel is that it did not use
the peace treaty with Egypt
as a tool to continue the
peace process, he wrote.
Tamir contended that
even at the time of the fun-
eral of Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat, Israel had
backed off on some issues
with Egypt that it had prev-
iously agreed to. Israel
could have reached agree-
ment on autonomy for the
West Bank without corn-
promising its security, he
maintained.

U.S. Rep hits
criticism of
aid to Israel

Boston (JTA) — Both cri-
tics and supporters of U.S.
aid to Israel were taken to
task here last week by Rep.
Sam Gejdenson (D-Conn.),
addressing the 1984 bi-
ennial convention of the
JWB at Fanevil Hall here.
Speaking to nearly 1,000
Jewish communal leaders
from throughout the U.S.,
Canada, Israel, Argentina,
Belgium ana England, Rep.
Gejdenson, a member of the
House Foreign Affairs
Committee, said, "There are
ose who say that the U.S.
yes too much aid to Israel.
ut in fact, we give far less
to Israel than we give to
democracies in Western
Europe and throughout the
world."
He criticized Jewish
communal leaders as being
unable to "articulate an ef-
fective argument on behalf
of Israel" and some of them
for "believing the other
side." He also castigated
Congressmen who "haven't
done their homework" and
who do not know how to an-
swer critics of aid to Israel.

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to Congregation B'nai Moshe

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