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November 02, 1984 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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12 Friday, November 2, 1984

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to Israel sought by D'Amato

New York (JTA) — Calling Is-
rael "the only realistic rapid de-
ployment force" in the Middle
East, Sen. Alfonse. D'Amato
(R-nY) said that military aid to
Israel should be removed from the
classification of foreign aid and
"placed under the heading of the
military budget."
Appearing Sunday on Interna-
tional Dateline, produced by
Americans for a Safe Israel for
National Jewish Television, the
Senator also accused Egypt of
"abrogating the Camp David ac-
cords."
D'Amato told host David Bar-
Illan that compared to the "$160
billion we spend on NATO," assis-
tance to Israel costs "practically

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no money," and that aid to Israel
"strengthens" America's strategic
position.
American economic and mili-
tary aid to Israel will reach $2.6
billion in fiscal year 1985. If the
military portion were made part
of the U.S. military budget as is
the case with the NATO countries
and Japan, much of the criticism
of U.S. aid to Israel would be re-
moved, D'Amato noted. Suppor-
ters of this move believe that it
would more reliably reflect Is-
rael's value to the United States
at a time when Western and
Soviet arms sales to Arab coun-
tries and Israel's economic diffi-
culties have been eroding the bal-
ance of power in the Middle East.
Israel meanwhile, lashed out
Sunday at Britain and France for
seeking to sell advanced arms to
hostile Arab states and thus esca-
late the Mideast arms race.
Officials in Jerusalem blasted
Britain's and France's weapons
peddling in the Mideast. They re-
ferred to recent separate sales
missions by the British and
French Defense Ministers to var-
ious Arab countries.

New York (JTA) — The Jewish
community in Odessa has become
the focus of a wave of persecution
spreading across the Soviet
Union, the Greater New York
Conference On Soviet Jewry re-
ported last last month. Jewish ac-
Wesleyan student
tivists from Odessa are the latest
to be caught up in the current
unit votes to keep
wave of Soviet persecution.
funds
for Farrakhan .
Mark Nepomniashchy, a 53-
year-old electrical engineer, and
New York (JTA) — The Wes-
Yakov Mesh, a 32-year-old tailor,
leyan Student Assembly (WSA)
were arrested last month and the
last night voted 16-7 in what was
Conference reported that the
described as an "advisory opin-
Soviets are spreading rumors that
ion" recommending that the Stu-
a "Zionist group has been un-
dent Budget Committee retain in
covered." The third key activist is
its allocations to Wesleyan Uni-
Yakov Levin, who has been de-
versity student groups the $2,000
tained since August 10.
requested by a black student
In a related development, the
organization for an appearance of
Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
Nation of Islam leader Louis Far-
announced last week that a group
rakhan.
of 129 Orthodox, Conservative,
The WSA action followed two
Reform and Reconstructionist
days of voting on a student re-
rabbis have written jointly to
ferendum that rejected the budget
Soviet President Konstantin
allocations for 84 student groups
Chernenko protesting KGB ar-
at the Middletown, Conn. univer-
rests in the Jewish community
sity. The referedum was a vote on
and the USSR's linking of drug
the entire student budget, not
use to Jewish rituals.
specifically the Farrakhan alloca-
In Washington, former
tion, although the referendum
Presidents Jimmy Carter and
was initiated because of the funds
Gerald Ford last week joined Sen. . requested for a Farrakhan ap-
Charles Percy (R-Ill.) in urging
pearance next spring.
the Soviet Union to allow Jews
Meanwhile, the FBI is continu-
and other minorities to practice
ing to investigate threatening
their religion freely and to emi-
phone calls that have been made
grate if they wished.
to university officials and stu-
In an address Sunday on the
dents at Wesleyan. Bobby Wayne
plight of Soviet Jewry, Morris Ab-
Clark, director of public informa-
ram, chairman of the National
tion and publications at Wes-
Conference on Soviet Jewry, told
leyan, said the calls began on Oct.
a synagogue audience in
10 when the controversy began.
Westchester, N.Y. that he was
confident that negotiations be-
Israel anti-terror
tween the United States and the
Soviet Union would eventually
measures praised
"win freedom for vast numbers of
Soviet Jews who want to emi-
New York l(JTA) — Secretary of
grate."
State George Shultz told a New
Abram, who is also vice chair-
York synagogue audience last
man of the U.S. Commission on
week that Israel deserved praise
Civil Rights, addressed some 400
for the way the Jewish state has
people in Temple Israel Center at
handled terrorists and called for
a program preceding
public support to implement a pol-
groundbreaking ceremonies for a
icy of "swift and sure measures"
$2 million expansion and renova-
against terrorism.
tion of the Temple.
Shultz's address at the Park
Meanwhile, in Israel, the Knes-
Avenue Synagogue was one of
set has adopted 19 Prisoners of
several he has been giving, urging
Zion from the USSR, among them
specific action by the United
those who are still awaiting trial
States for a policy of military force
because of their Zionism.
against terrorists.

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