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November 30, 1984 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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Friday, November 30, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



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Situation in the Middle East."
Madadha charged that the
sadism the Nazis applied to
Jews has become the Israeli
sadism applied to Arabs." He
said that the Nazi "ovens have
become Israeli ovens" for the
Noting that most of the
members of the Israeli delega-
tion to the United Nations and
many members of their
families are survivors of the
Nazi concentration camps who
had been ruthlessly shot,
shipped away or horribly ex-
perimented upon, Netanyahu
asked whether the Jordanian
diplomat suggests that Israeli
policy is similar to these at-
As for the Israeli military
rule on the West Bank, the Is-
raeli envoy claimed it is the
most benign military occupa-
tion in history. He also said
that during Jordan's rule of
the West Bank, more Palesti-
nian Arabs had left their land
than under Israel rule.
Netanyahu also asked
whether Madadha spoke
about the Holocaust out of
ignorance or arrogance. He
said it was the responsibility
of all members of the United
Nations that such talk not
take place again.
Earlier Netanyahu told the,
General Assembly that the
Middle East is rife with con-
flicts and disputes and that the
Arab-Israeli conflict is only
one of them.
"In recent decades, virtually
every Arab state has been in
partial or full-scale war —
with at least one of its Arab
neighbors. Not one part of the
Arab world is an exception to
this melancholy rule."
But despite this fact,
Netanyahu charged, most of
the discussions about achiev-
ing 'peace' in the Middle East
focus exclusively on the Arab-

Israeli conflict and ignore the
pervasive violence that char-
acterizes the Arab world."
Netanyahu, who devoted
the major part of his address to
the various conflicts between
Arab countries in the Mideast,
said that the Arab-Israeli con-
flict consists of two elements:
"First, the propensity of Arab
political culture to employ vio-
lence to resolve conflicts at all
levels. Second, the Arabs' re-
fusal to contemplate any
non-Arab sovereignty in their
midst, whatever its borders —
a refusal which remains al-
most unanimous."
He continued, "While the
specific enmity to Israel is de-
eply rooted in this general in-
tolerance, Israel's sin is par-
ticularly odious in Arab eyes.
For the Jews of Israel are the
only non-Arab people to have
successfully defied Arab
domination and achieved in-
The ambassador also said
that even when one examines
the level of casualties, the
Arab-Israeli conflict does not
deserve primary attention. He
argued that while the number
of fatalities of all Arab-Israeli
wars in the last 36 years • is
some 50,000, the Iran-Iraq
war, in comparison, has
claimed a minimum of 200,000
lives, and Egypt's invasion of
Yemen claimed the lives of
230,000 Yemenis and 30,000
Egyptian troops.
"The toll exacted by the
Lebanese civil war was
100,000 dead. In the Sudan
alone, a half-million died and
nobody knows the exact
number of Kurds killed by
Netanyahu said that he in-
tends to discuss the Arab-
Israeli conflict in detail when
the debate on the "Palestinian
Problem" opens at the General
Assembly next week.


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Section's continuing efforts on
behalf of Soviet Jews. Mrs.
Stern said the section has
"helped refuseniks ever since
there's been a problem" and in
the past had adopted a Soviet
Jewish family. Ms. Tauber re-
ferred to an NCJW project
which helped refuseniks find
lost relatives believed to be
living in the Detroit area.
The speakers include Sister
Ann Gillen. executive director
of the National Interreligious
Task Force on Soviet Jewry;
Yuri Shtern, a former re-
fusenik; and Rev. James


Lyons, executive director of
the Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies.

Stern is an economist who
emigrated from the Soviet
Union to Israel. He is an
executive board member and a
founder of the Center for In-
formation on Soviet Jewry in

The program also will fea-
ture Russian and Yiddish
songs sung -by Geri Levit and
Janet Pont. The women have
performed together and sepa-
rately for many years. They

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