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December 14, 1984 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 14, 1984

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to fight the late gains by Lousma.
Dine said the late polls indicated
that 80 percent of the undecided
vote was cast for Lousma.
He implored the audience to
become actively involved in the
political process, reminding them
of the late‘verett Dirksen's polit-
ical axiom: money, money and
money. Small states in the West
and New England used to be rela-
tively inexpensive elections. The
Senate race in New Hampshire
this year cost the winner $1.2 mil-
lion.
Dine stressed several impor-
tant principles for supporters of
Israel: a strong Israel is good for
the U.S., that Jews must be com-
mitted to Judaism, and that polit-
ical action needs players, not
spectators.
He said the. AWACS scorecard
in 1981 showed 52 Senators back-
ing the Reagan Administration
proposal to sell the radar planes to
Saudi Arabi.. Four Senators who
voted with the Administration in
1981 — Schmidt, Percy, Jepsen
and Huddleston — have lost re-
election bids since the 1981
AWACS vote, while no Senator
who voted against the AWACS
sale has lost. Dine promised that
"we'll use that information in
1986."
He listed as major issues facing
the pro-Israel community the
economic situation in Israel, pro-
posed U.S. arms sales to Saudi
Arabia and Jordan, and Middle
East peace talks.
"The PLO is clearly not ready to
deal with Israel," Dine said. He
said the PLO is divided into three
factions: Arafat's group, the pro-
Syrians, and the assassins. "And
even though tie Syrian ex-
tremists were excluded from the
Palestine National Council meet=
ings in Amman, the PNC still
blasted Israel and the U.S."
During a question-and-answer
session which followed his formal
presentation, Dine said that re-
cent statements by Jordan's King
Hussein and Egypt's Hosni
Mubarak were just more of their
normal "poppycock."
He said Mubarak has no inter-
est in changing his cold peace
with Israel, and Hussein has
picked up the Soviet foreign policy
on the Middle East — involving
the PLO and USSR in peace
negotiations — "and everybody is
calling it the Hussein policy. Is-
rael certainly won't buy it, and
neither will the United States."
Asked about the power of the
Arab lobby in the U.S., Dine
agreed that it is growing stronger
and has potential with petro-
dollar support, "but quite frankly
it has not been that effective."
Asked if Percy will be offered
Jeanne Kirkpatrick's U.S. am-
bassadorship at the United Na-
tions, Dine responded with a flat
"No!" He said conservative Re-
publicans in the Reagan Adminis-
tration will oppose the appoint-
ment of Percy, and Dine specu-
lated that Percy may be offered
the ambassadorship to India.
Dine was introduced at the
meeting by Emery Klein and Ed-
ward C. Levy Jr. David Hermelin
made an appeal during the pro-
gram for AIPAC membership and
support, _ . _

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