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Melbourne (JTA) — Labor
Party leader Bob Hawke's new
government, sworn into office last
Thursday, has raised some con-
cern in the Jewish community
that changes in Australia's Mid-
dle East policy may be in the of-
Although Hawke's pro-Israel
sympathies remain strong, some
Jews fear that Australia's newly
acquired membership in the
United Nations Security Council
might lead to efforts by the
Foreign Ministry to placate the
Third World governments which
voted for Astralia's admission.
That would mean, they say,
that on critical votes affecting Is-
rael, Australia might abstain
rather than vote with the United
States which is almost always
supportive of the Israeli position.
Another issue that may arise
during the Labor government's
second term in office is the future
of the Australian contingent of
the multi-national peacekeeping
force in Sinai.
Foreign Minister Bill Hayden
said earlier this year that the Au-
stralian forces which consist of a
helicopter survey unit and a
back-up team, would be perma-
nently withdrawn early in 1986.
Israel, Egypt and the United
States have tried to persuade Au-
stralia not to set any definite date
The troop commitment will be
reviewed by the new Defense
Minister, Kim Beazley, who may
recommend that the Australian
unit remain in Sinai because it is
gaining valuable experience.
These were some of the issues
discussed at the annual confer-
ence last week of the Executive
Council of Australian Jewry
(ECAJ), the umbrella body of the
Jewish community. The Israeli
Ambassador, Yissachar Ben-
Yaacov, addressed the conference.
He spoke of Israel's future rela-
tions with the United States, the
current negotiations for the with-
drawal of Israeli troops from
south' Lebanon and Israel's eco-
Hawke's Labor Party was re-
turned to office for a second term
in the national elections De-
cember 1, but with a decreased
majority rather than the forecast
landslide victory. Its only Jewish
member, Minister for the Arts
and Environment Barry Cohen,
was absent from the swearing-in
ceremonies in Canberra because
of illness. He is expected to re-
sume his duties after a vacation.
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New York (ZINS) — The New
York Times reported that Arab
Americans took an increased role
in the 1984 Presidential elections.
The Times said three Arab
Americans were vice chairmen in
Walter Mondale's campaign and
an Arab American committee was
formed on behalf of President
Reagan's re-election. The news-
paper said Arab Americans con-
tributed $300,000 to the cam-
paign of Jesse Jackson.