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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-31

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Friday, August 31, 1984 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Finest For The Finest

GOLDENBERG PHOTOGRAPHY

Southfield At 13 Mile

Kirkpatrick praises Reagan
position at United Nations

Dallas (JTA) — Jeane
Kirkpatrick, the United
States Ambassador to the
United Nations, said last
week that by taking the UN
"seriously," the Reagan
Administration has been
able to make positive
changes in the world organ-
ization.
"By taking the United
Nations seriously, we have
been able to reverse some
very `negative trends that
have developed in the
United Nations," she told
more than 100 persons
attending a reception spon-
sored by the National
Jewish Coalition for
Reagan-Bush at the Dallas
Hilton Hotel.
Kirkpatrick said that no
trends were "more nega-
tive" than the constant at-
tacks on the United States
and the continuing efforts to
make Israel a "pariah" and
"delegitimize" the Jewish
state.
She said before President
Reagan took office, there
was a tendency at the UN by
the United States and
others that "no matter what
kind of outrageous resolu-
tion was adopted, 'no matter
what sort of incredible at-
tacks were made on the
United States and on our
friends, people just shrug-
ged to their neighbors and
said, 'Oh well, that's just the
UN ., . they are just letting
off steam'."
Kirkpatrick called this
the "Turkish bath" theoi:y of
the UN. "One thing we have
done in this Administration
is to abandon the Turkish

bath theory of the United
Nations," she said.
Kirkpatrick said that
while she was a friend of Is-
rael, she had not gone to the
UN to defend Israel. But her
concern about Israel de-
veloped "as I saw the ex-
traordinarily unfair treat-
ment to which Israel was
regillarly subjected." She
added that attacks on Israel
are frequently coupled with
attacks on the United
States.
Kirkpatrick, a Democrat
who has proven to be ex-
tremely popular here, not
only with Jews but with
delegates to the Republican
national convention, was
also the guest of honor at a
reception given by the
American-Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC)
Tuesday night.
She stressed that her ef-
forts at the UN in support of
Israel were not her personal
policies but those of Reagan
and his foreign policy offi-
cials, including Secretary of
State George Shultz and his
predecessor, Alexander
Haig.
Kirkpatrick noted the
particular success the Re-
agan Administration has
had in blocking efforts to
expel or bar Israel from UN
bodies. White House coun-
selor Edwin Meese, who was
also at the Jewish coalition
event, said that one of the
first things Reagan made
clear when taking office was
that "if the United Nations
moves to expel Israel, then
the United States will walk
out arm-in-arm" with Is-

rael.

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Duarte, Calif. -- City of
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