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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 2, 1984

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Democratic Presidential candi-
date Walter Mondale and at-
tacked the Carter Administration
for what he claimed was its failure
to stand strongly behind Israel.
He praised Ambassador Jeane
Kirkpatrick as a "tenacious
watchdog" who has defended Is-
rael at the United Nations and he
contrasted her "force and deter-
mination" with an incident in
March 1980 when the U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations
voted in favor of a resolution con-
demning Israel.
In a related development, Vice
President George Bush backed
away from his earlier statement
that the "Palestine question" was
the cause of most international
terrorism.
"Terrorism is not only or even
predominantly a Palestinian
phenomenon," Bush said in a
speech to the 84th national con-
vention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America at the Mayflower
Hotel.
"It is truly international. Many
local groups have broad and, of-
ten, common international con-
nections and couldn't operate as
they do without those connec-
tions," Bush declared.
Bush did not refer to his re-
marks during his nationally tele-
vised debate with his Democratic
opponent, Rep. Geraldine Fer-
raro, in which he said the "an-
swer" to terrorism "really lies in
the Middle East," and "is a solu-
tion to the Palestine question."
Most of Bush's speech centered
around an assertion that the Rea-
gan Administration has fought
against anti-Semitism both in the
United States and abroad in con-
trast to what he said was the fail-

ure to do so of the Democratic
Presidential candidate, • Walter
Mondale, and the Carter Ad-
ministration.
Bush said the Administration
believed in the "dream" of the late
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who
said he wanted an America in
which people will be judged "not
on the color of their skin, but on
the content of their characters."
This is "why we have taken a
strong stand against quotas," he
said.
"Fighting against anti-
Semitism part of fighting for
that American dream," Bush
stressed. "America has no room
for anti-Semitism or for bigotry of
any kind."
Bush charged that "under the
leadership of Walter Mondale, the
Democratic Party at its conven-
tion in San Francisco was unable
and unwilling to ratify what the
overwhelming majority of the
American people stand for — a
simple resolution, condemning
anti-Semitism and disassociating
the Democratic Party from
bigotry in all forms. We adopted
such a plan condemning anti-
Semitism at our convention last
August in Dallas."
Bush also stressed the need to
support the separation of church
and state.
Meanwhile, Rabbi Alexander
Shapiro, president of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly, the association of
Conservative rabbis, endorsed
Mondale for President, saying he
believed the Democratic candi-
date was the best candidate to
deal with the question of nuclear
disarmament and the multiple so-
cial questions facing the Ameri-
can people.

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top ush for Middle East solution

Paris (JTA) — Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak called
on Western Europe Monday to
"make its influence felt" in seek-
ing a "satsifying solution to the
Middle East."
Mubarak had earlier urged
President Francois Mitterrand
during a two-hour meeting, to
press Washington to adopt a more
"even-handed" policy to the Mid-
dle East.
Mubarak, who has met over
half a dozen times with Mitter-
rand since the French President's

Reagan blasted
on Holocaust remark

New York (JTA) — Rabbi Ale-
xander Schindler, president of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, representing Reform
synagogues, assailed as "both
false and grossly offensive"
President Reagan's claim last
week at a political rally in a North
Woodmere, Long Island,
synagogue that American
Marines were sent into Lebanon
to prevent another holocaust of
Jews.
Schindler pointed out that the
American troops were sent to
Lebanon to oversee the evacua-
tion of the PLO from Beirut.

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election three years ago, said
France "understands Egypt's pol-
icy." The Elisee refused to com-
ment.
The Egyptian leaer said the
Arab states will content them-
selves with internal consultations
till after the American President-
ial elections are over. "Nothing
can be done till then,' Mubarak
said.
He called on France and all of
Western Europe to make their
views known on the morrow of the
elections and urge Washington to
seek a global solution to the Mid-
dle East crisis which will take into
consideration the rights of the
Palestinians as provided for by
the Camp David agreements.

Far East delegates
at textile parley

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Trades union
delegates from the People's Re-
public of China, Bangladesh,
Malaysia and Indonesia, none of
which have diplomatic relations
with Israel, were among the 300
delegates to the Fourth World
Congress of the International
Textile, Garment and Leather
Workers Federation meeting last
week. The congress was the first
such gathering in Israel.

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