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May 18, 1984 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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18 .Friclay, May 18, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NEWS

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Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, receives a proclamation for President Reagan earlier
this month marking April 13 Education Day in honor of the
Rebbe's 82nd birthday. Attending the White House
ceremony were from left: Sen. Rudy Boschwitz (R-Minn.),
Midwest Regional Lubavitch Director Rabbi Moshe Feller,
the President, Sen. Chic Hecht (R-Nev.), Rabbi Schneerson
and Sen. Alpnose D'Ainato (R-NY).

U.S. cannot force peace
on the Mideast: Benvenisti

BY DAVID FRIEDMAN

Washington — A great
deal of attention was paid to
the study by former
Jerusalem Deputy Mayor
Meron Benvenisti, "The
West Bank Data Project: A
Survey of Israel's Policies"
when it was published by
the American Enterprise
Institute recently and to
Benvenisti's conclusion
that Israel's control of the
West 'Bank is nearly ir-
reversible.
But most ignored Ben-
venisti's remarks at a press
conference here that a solu-
tion to the Arab-Israel con-
flict has to come through the
efforts of those most in-
volved. "We should not look
for 'an external power to do
the work," he said. "We
have to do the work our-
selves."
This was remarkably
similar to what Secretary of
State George Shultz said at
a press conference last
March after King Hussein
of Jordan rejected entering
Mideast peace talks and
charging the U.S. with
being too pro-Israel.
"I think somehow or other
we have to get over this no-
tion that every time things
don't go just to everybody's
satisfaction in the Middle
East, it's the United States'
fault or it's up to the United
States to do something
about it," Shultz said.
"We are active, we will
help," Shultz added. "But
others must come forward
as well, and in the end any
solution that works will
work primarily because the
parties to it were out there,
are involved in it and are
determined to make it
work."
That is the very crux of
the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Whatever one may think
about a particular policy of
the Israeli government,
there can be no denial that
the present Likud govern-

ment as well as all of its
predecessors have main-
tained that they will
negotiate with the Arabs
any time, anywhere, as long
as there are no precondi-
tions to the talks. But the
Arab countries have re-
jected this. When Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat be-
came the lone exception he
was ostracized in the Arab
world and eventually assas-
sinated.
Hussein and the "moder-
ate" Arab states, whose
support he supposedly.
needs to enter negotiations
with Israel, have rejected
face-to-face talks with Is-
rael before there were any
settlements on the West
Bank. In this context. Ben-
venisti pointed out that the
Palestinians in the West
Bank have been "emascu-
lated" by the Arab states
and the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, which
have refused to allow them
to develop an indigenous
independent leadership.

Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.

Town's motto
is questioned

New York — It is uncon-
stitutional for a municipal,
ity to make reference t./
specific religion in its tow...-
motto, says the American
Jewish Congress.
The organization has
filed-an amicus, or "friend of
the court," memorandum of
law in the United States
District Court for the Mid-
dle District of Georgia
charging that Mil-
ledgeville, Ga. is violating
the doctrine of church-state
separation by using the
phrase "Liberty and Chris-
tianity" as its municipal
motto.

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