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June 01, 1984 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COMPLAISANT

NEWS

Children of survivors
gather in New York

New York (JTA) - From fiance and the somber dig-
all over the United States nity displayed throughout
and Canada, more than
the years of the Holocaust
1,700 children of Holocaust by all who suffered its
survivors gathered this agonies, the victims as well
week for the First Interna-
as the survivors, for it is
tional Conference of Chil- their unyielding adherence
dren of Holocaust Survivors to the highest principles of
at the City of New York Judaism and humanism
Graduate Center.
which symbolizes and ex-
The three-day conference plains the survival of the
was organized by the Inter- Jewish people."
national Network of Chil-
Continuing, Rosensaft
dren of Jewish Holocaust said, "As the heirs of the six
Survivors (INCJHS). It is
million Jews who were
the largest gathering ever annihilated during the
of children of survivors. It Holocaust, we have a sacred
was organized with the pur- obligation to uphold and de-
pose of creating a greater fend those principles and
understanding of the ideals which unite us. Thus
Holocaust and its impact on we must continue to iden-
the contemporary world, tify unambiguously with
and to establishing contacts the State of Israel; we must
among the children of sur- preserve and strengthen
vivors in the United States our Jewish spiritual and
and Canada.
cultural identity; and, if we
Menachem Rosensaft, a are to avoid a recurrence of
New York attorney who is Auschwitz and Bergen-
chairman of the INCJHS, in Belsen, we must both speak
his address at the opening out and act on behalf of all
ceremony of the conference who are persecuted and op-
at Town Hall declared:
pressed anywhere in the
"He, the sons and daugh- world."
ters of the survivors, have
The conference included
accepted the heavy respon- meetings, workshops and
sibility inherent in our cultural programs. Among
unique identity, and we the guest speakers were
have committed ourselves authors Elie Wiesel and
to providing the necessary .,Lucy Dawidowicz; Nazi-
continuity of our parents' hunters Serge and Beate
work of the past 39 years.
Klarsfeld, who flew in from
"Together with them, we France; Israel's Consul
shall protect and perpetuate General in New York Neph-
the sanctity and the in- tali Lavie, who is himself a
violability of the memory of Holocaust survivor; and
the Holocaust. We shall Benjamin Mead, president
prevent it from being of the American Gathering
exploited, mythologized or of Jewish Holocaust Sur-
desecrated' by anyone for vivors.
any purpose,
According to RosensAft,
"And above all, we shall ther are about 500,000 chit=
transmit to our children our dren of survivors in the U.S.
profound reverence and and Canada. His organiza-
admiration for the spiritual tion has almost 6,000 mem-
strength, the heroic de- bers.

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U.S. drops strike force,
Stinger sale for Jordan

Washington (JTA) - The
Hughes said that the U.S.
Reagan Administration has and Jordan had agreed that
Withdrawn its request for the proposal should undergo
Congressional approval of a further review, including a
$220 million plan to arm re-estimation of its cost. It is
and equip a Jordanian the second Administration
strike force, pending re- proposal for arming Jordan
that has been dropped this
view.
Department year. Last March the Ad-
State
spokesman John Hughes ministration withdrew its
announced that Congress request for Congressional
was asked to defer action approval of the sale of
"without prejudice" follow- shoulder-fired Stinger
ing consultations between anti-aircraft missiles to
Jordan. It too was opposed
the U.S. and Jordan.
The purpose, of the pro- by Israel and its Congres-
posed strike force was im- sional supporters.
mediate response to any
The Stinger sale was
emergency that might de-
velop in the Persian Gulf abandoned' a week after
states. It was strongly op- King Hussein of Jordan
posed by Israel and its sup- ruled out peace talks with.
porters in Congress on Israel on grounds that U.S.
grounds that the weapons support for Israel com-
could be used by Jordan promised Washington's
against Israel. Jordan is credibility as a fair
technically in a state of war mediator in the Middle East
dispute. . ...
with Israel. ,

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