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June 08, 1984 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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erated his position that the
United States in the
Mideast has "too many
interests and too few
friends." He said Israel's
friends should not only seek
to provide Israel with aid
but to "get Israel's enemies
to stop being her enemies.
That means having leader-
ship that's bold enough and
courageous to meet with all
forces."

Mondale and Hart as-
serted the problem in the
Mideast has been that ex-
cept for the late Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat the
Arab countries have refused
Israel's right to exist.
"It is not as if we haven't
talked to Israel's enemies,"
Hart said. "We have armed
them." He said Jordan,
Saudi Arabia and other
Arab countries "now pos-
sess very sophisticated

American military equip-
ment."
Mondale said that the
"greatest mistake" the
United States can make in
the Mideast is to accept the
"notion that only by some-
how pressuring Israel, by
expressing some kind of
tentative relationship be-
tween the United States
and Israel" peace can be
achieved.
Noting that he partici-
pated' in the Camp David
talks during the Carter
Administration, Mondale
declared, "It was only when
it was clear that the United
States was unequivocally
supporting Israel and their
Arab neighbors had to make
peace with that permanent
nation" that Sadat decided
to negotiate with Israel. He
said Sadat demonstrated
the path for the other Arab
leaders to take.

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DENTISTRY FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN

Farrakhan record marked
by two decades of bias

New York (JTA) — Black black reporters by the Na-
Muslim leader Louis Far- tion of Islam:
rakhan's recent threats
In 1965, Ben Holman,
agains Jews and a black re- who had written an expose
porter, and his praise of Hit- of the Black Muslim move-
ler, are only the latest inci- ment for the Chicago Daily
dents in his 20-year record News, was castigated in a
of racism, anti-Semitism speech by "Minister Louis
and intimidation, according X," and then threatened by
to a report issued by the participants at the Mack
Anti-Defamation League of Muslim convention in
Chicago amidst cries of
B'nai B'rith.
The report cited two ear- "Uncle Tom" and "Kill
lier threats against black him." "Louis X" was the
name then used by Far-
newsmen.
Farrakhan, 51, has for rakhan. The other incident
two decades been a leader of involved Paul Delaney, now
the American Black Mus- deputy national editor of
lim movement. When the the New York Times, who
movement, known as the became a target of the Na-
Nation of Islam, split into tion of Islam in the early
two factions six years ago, 1970s when he was
Farrakhan kept the origi- threatened in the Black
nal name for the smaller of Muslim's newspaper after
the factions, 'which today writing a series of articles
has a reported 5,000-10,000 on the group for the Times.
The ADL report included
adherents nationwide.
Farrakhan was little the following as examples of
known outside of the black Farrakhan's hostility to
community until his con- Jews and Israel:
During 1972 and 1973, a
troversial involvement in
Rev. Jesse Jackson's bookshop run by the Nation
Presidential primary cam- of Islam carried the long
discredited, anti-Semitic
paign.
Seymour D. Reich, head diatribe known as "The Pro-
of ADL's National Civil tocols of the Elders of Zion"
Rights Committee, said and an equally anti-Semitic
Farrakhan's public utter- book tiled "A History of
ances are of concern to all Jewish Crimes," published
Americans "because of the in Pakistan.
dangers to society when
During the 1970s, accord-
bigotry and racism are in- ing to ADL, anti-.Semitic
jected into the political and anti-Israel propaganda
process."
was commonplace in the
Citing Farrakhan's death Nation of Islam Muffam-.
threat in March against mad Speaks publication. In
Washington Post newsman 1972, for example, an arti-
Hilton Coleman for report- cle tried to justify the mur-
ing Rev. Jackson's "Hymie" der of 11 Israeli athletes
remarks about Jews, the that year at the Munich
ADL report gave these ac- Olympics, claiming that
counts of the previous inci-
dents of intimidation of Continued on next page

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