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rector of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, said of
Jackson's remarks, "Jews speak up
for their dignity against his anti-
Semitic statements and that becomes
`arrogant' and 'contemptuous.' "
Rabbi Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, said
Jackson's remarks only confirm "the
anxiety and dismay" that Jews have
felt "about his politics of polariza-
tion. By seeking confrontation with
the Jewish community, he demeans
the political process and wounds the
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"We will not allow his
destructive and self
aggrandizing politics to
widen the breach between
the Jewish community
and black community."
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Jews Against Jackson, said in a
statement in New York, that
Jackson's remarks "give lie to both •
his alleged apology" for his past
reference to Jews as "Hymies" and
New York City as "Hymietown," and
his claim of "not being anti-8emitic."
Jews Against Jackson called for Jews
and non-Jews to denounce his racial
politics against Jews and Israel
"which in the long run will effect all
Meanwhile, the Jewish Defense
League announced that some 250
members of ,its organization - will
gather in San Francisco, the site of
the Democratic convention, to ex-
press "outrage" at the fact that
Jackson "will be given the opportu-
nity to maintain a power broker
status within the Democratic Party."
In Israel, a group of Arnerican-
ISraelis, have formed the first
foreign-based political action com-
mittee, The Americans in Israel
Political Action Committee.
The aim of AMIPAC is to seek
American support for Israel, not to
make large financial contributions.
'He stated unequivocally that the
PAC has no links to the Israeli gov-
ernment, but some of the estimated
50,000 American-Israelis are wor-
ried that the PAC's efforts may be
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Los Angeles Times published Tues-
day. In it, Jackson complained of "the
struggle by Jewish leaders to make
me a pariah and isolate our support,
and attempt to isolate me from the
masses." The interview was con-
ducted last Friday in Greenville, S.C.
Mondale's press secretary
Maxine Isaacs, was asked by the New
York Times whether Mondale has
been pressured by Jewish leaders to
keep Jackson off the democratic tic-
ket. She responded: "Rev. Jackson's
saying now that's not what he meant.
All I can do is refer you back to Rev.
Jackson and ask him to clarify."
Jackson confirmed the content of
his remarks published Tuesday in a
telephone interview with the New
Jackson, in the Los Angeles
Times interview, also accused Mon-
dale of placing greater political im-
portance on Jewish voters, although,
he said, blacks have been "the most
loyal" while Jews have issued a "real
Jackson was referring to sugges-
tions that the Jewish community
may vote in large numbers for
President Reagan should Mondale
fail to take into account the concerns
of the Jewish community.
Bookbinder said that -Jackson's
comments indicate a "resurgence of
Jackson's challenge" to the Demo-
cratic Party and if leadership. He de-
scribed the references to the Jewish
community leadership as "absolutely "
horrendous," adding that Jackson's
continued public attacks on Ameri-
can Jews requires that "we all take a
look at the Jackson phenomenon.
Henry Sieginan, executive direc-
tor of the American Jewish Congress,
accused Jackson of attempting to
."polarize Americans and to set
groups against groups. We will not
allow his destructive and self ag-
grandizing politics to widen the
breach between the Jewish commu-
nity and black community."
The Democratic Party leader-
ship has "made a tragic mistake in
their unprincipled assumption that
they can exploit Jesse Jackson's ap-
peal at the polls while distancing
themselves from his divisive
poliCies," Siegman said. "It is a
partnership that can only lead to dis-
aster for the Democratic party. If
• they do not finally act to repudiate
Jesse Jackson, it is a disaster they
will have well deserved."
In the Times interview, Jackson
also accused Jewish leaders being-It
under a "very arrogant and contemp-
tuous assumption" that the Demo-
crats can "stick another head on the
body I've organized.
Nathan Perlmutter, national di-
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