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20 Friday, July 6, 1984

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Washington (JTA) — Is-
raeli Defense Minister
Moshe Arens stressed last
week that "terrorism can-
not be defeated" only
through "defensive meas-
ures."
"We cannot wait for ter-
rorists to attack us and hope
to eliminate this scourge of
our times with preventive
measures, good prepara-
tions, good intelligence and
defensive action alone,"
Arens said at the closing
session of the three-day
Conference on Interna-
tional Terrorism sponsored
by the Jerusalem-based
Jonathan Institute.
"We must recognize that
we are in a state of war,"
Arens stressed. "An unde-
clared war, yet a real brutal
unceasing war against
Western society. To force
ourselves in to a defensive
posture, to exclude the op-
tion of taking the offensive,
is as suicidal in the case of
terrorism, as it would be in
any form of warfare."
The Israeli official
seemed to be agreeing with
U.S. Secretary of State
George Shultz, who told the
conference's opening ses-
sion that "it is time to think
long, hard and seriously
about more active means of
defense — about defense
through appropriate pre-

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these governments that
shielding terrorism behind
the facade of legitimate dip-
lomatic activities will no
longer be tolerated," Arens
declared.
Differing opinions were
voiced at the conference on
how to form an organiza-
tional umbrella to strike
against terrorism. Yitzhak
Rabin, former Israeli Pre-
mier whose Cabinet
authorized the rescue mis-
sion to Entebbe in 1976,
stated there is "an urgent
need" for a new voluntary
international organization
of governments "that accept
the principle of fighting ter-
rorism." Such an organiza-
tion would be headed by a

U.S. Ambassador to the
UN, Jeane Kirkpatrick,
took exception to Wein-
berger's view and said she
did not view the UN Gen-
eral Assembly as the organ-
ization to deal with terrorist
matters because a great
many UN members support
groups such as the PLO and
the Southwest Africa
peoples' organization which
she called "terrorist
groups."

Other speakers at the
conference included Sen.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
(D-NY) and Binyamin
Netanyahu, father of
Jonathan Netanyahu, the
Israeli soldier who lost his
life leading the successful
Entebbe rescue, for whom
the Jonathan Institute is
named.

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Moshe Arens:
"We cannot wait for
terrorists to attack us."

high U.S. official and have
headquarters in Washing-
ton, Rabin suggested, and
this organization would not
exclude "a combined opera-
tion by the member states"
•in combatting terrorism.
On the other hand, U.S.
Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger suggested in
his speech that the United
Nations "might well be
called upon" as the body to
deal with terrorism, rather
than creating a new inter-
national organization for
this purpose.

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George Shultz: wants
preemptive measures

ventive or preemptive ac-
tions against terrorist
groups before they strike."
Shultz did not spell out
what he meant by preven-
tive or preemptive action.
Arens made several
suggestions to the audience
of some 500 diplomats,
legislators, scholars, jurists
and journalists. He said hat
the "cloak of legitimacy "
around Palestine Libera-
tion Organization offices in
many countries must be
removed and their status as
diplomatic missions re-
moved. He accused the gov-
ernments of Libya, Syria,
Iraq, South Yemen, and
Iran of using their foreign
legations to support ter-
rorism while enjoying dip-
lomatic immunity.
"The nations of the free
world should jointly warn

Ben Kerner and Arnold
"Red" Auerbach, two of the
country's leading Jewish
sports administrators, have
decided to retire this year.
Kerner, who for many
years owned the St. Louis
Hawks basketball team in
the NBA, and sold the,quin-
tet to an Atlanta interest, is
about ready to throw in the
sponge in his latest venture,
namely, indoor soccer. The
past three years he has
headed up the St. Louis
Steamers in the Major In-
door Soccer League (MISL).
Kerner was called in to
show his promotional ta-
lents to the people who were
running the St. Louis team
without too much luck at
the gate, although the team
itself was a contender. At
the time he answered the
MISL call, Kerner indicated
that he would only hang
around for a few years since
he wanted to retire com-
pletely from the sports
world by the time he
reached the age of 70. Mar-
ried late in life, Bennie has
two young children and
wants to spend more time
with them and with his
wife, Jeannie.
By applying his promo-

tional skills with a willing
group of people, the St.
Louis team did very well at
the gate during Kerner's
tenure at. the head of the
organization and he feels
the time is right for him to
step aside for younger man-
agement.
A friend and close associ-
ate of Kerner's, albeit they
had scraps and at one time
exchanged punches for a
fleet moment in St. Louis,
Arnold "Red" Auerbach,
president and general man-
ager of the Boston Celtics
basketball team likewise
will call it a day. Arnold has
indicated that he might con-
tinue to operate the ad-
ministration of the Celtics
from his home in Washing-
ton. He's reached the point
in life where the constant
travel between the two
cities was getting a little too
wearing for his nerves. Al-
though he led the Celtics to
several National Basket-
ball Association (NBA)
Championships, including
this year's, as a coach and as
an administrator, Auerbach
never did move his family to
the Hub. The likelihood is,

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