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May 18, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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RESUITS

Shultz: Mideast
looks to U.S.
as peacemaker

Washington (JTA) —
Secretary of State George
Shultz has stressed again
that despite the U.S. failure
to achieve its goals in Leba-
non, America is the only
country that most people in
the Middle East look to for
4p in seeking peace.
When all is said and
done, most of the people in
the Middle East recognize
that only the United States
has the necessary respect
and influence throughout
the region to serve as an
honest broker and a
peace-maker," Shultz said
in a speech before the busi-
ness council in Hot Springs,
Va. Saturday.
"The important thing is
that we continue to stand by
our friends and resist the
forces of state-sponsored
terrorism" he continued. "If
we do this, we will retain
the trust of reasonable
people on all sides while
they sort out their positions
regarding the next steps in
the peace process."
In a related development,
the Reagan Administration
indicated last week that it
would not support any
United Nations Security
Council resolution calling
for the withdrawal of Israeli
forces from Lebanon that
did not include measures for
safeguarding Israel's
northern borders.

Christian study
group criticizes
Passion Play

New York (JTA) — The
Israel Study Group, spon-
sored by the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews (NCCJ), has declared
its opposition to the 1984
Passion Play in Oberam-
mergau, West Germany.
The group of 22 Christian
scholars who study Judaism
and the Jewish people has
sent a letter to the mayor of
the Bavarian village and
the director of the Passion
Play protesting the con-
tinuation of the structurally
anti-Semitic drama.
"The play continues to
use the tradition of drama-
tic anti-Judaism despite'
some attempts at revision,"
said Fr. John J. Kelly,
okesman for the group.

POC degrees

New York — Two Soviet
Jewish Prisoners of Con-
science will be awarded
honorary degrees in absen-
tia by universities in the
coming weeks.
Anatoly Shcharansky
will be honored by Yeshiva
University and Yosef
Begun will be cited by the
University of Haifa.

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