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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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INVITATIONS?
Hattie Schwartz

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Campaign needed
on Zionism-racism

The report on the recent all-day
seminar on the UN resolution of
Nov. 10, 1975 equating Zionism
with racism quotes Mr. Koh, the
UN ambassador from Singapore,
as stating that "the best thing Is-
rael can do to counter the effect of
the resolution is to scrupulously
practice racial equality at home,"
that is, "to treat the Arab minor-
ity in Israel on terms of absolute
equality with other Israeli citi-
zens."
Koh voted against the
Zionism-is-racism resolution and
his remarks may be well-
unintentioned. But, as the edito-
rial in the Jerusalem Post (Dec.
12) states that the "suggestion it-
self reveals the insidious effect of
that Arab and Soviet inspired
falsehood on even a friendly dip-
lomat. It was not Israel's failure to
live up to its original promise of
social and political equality to the
Arab population that prompted a
group of UN member states,
whose very essence breathes dis-
crimination and inequality, to pin
— through the General Assembly
— the charge of racism on the
Jewish people's national libera-
tion movement. What these states
were concerned with was the au-
thenticity of Jewish peoplehood
and the legitimacy of Israeli
statehood . . ."
It is high time to do something
about this obscene resolution,
namely, to wipe it off the official
record of the UN. The seminars
and conferences which are being,
and will be, held around the world
are a major effort to alert public
opinion to the viciousness of the
resolution which — in the words
of Elliott Abrams, Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Human Rights
and Humanitarian Affairs — in
the guise of anti-Zionism serves
"to legitimize anti-Semitism and
continues to pose a major threat to
the survival of Israel and the
Jewish people."!
The Zionist Organization of
America, in a resolution adopted
at its recent national convention
in Washington, called upon the
ZOA in concert with other seg-
ments of the Jewish community to
initiate a campaign to rescind the
infamous Zionism-is-racism reso-
lution. This effort should be
mounted locally, nationally and,
hopefully, internationally to alert
and influence public opinion, to
mobilize Congressmen, Senators,
statesmen and governments to
bring about an official rescinding
of the resolution in the UN. It will
be an arduous task and a hard and
long road, but it has to be done.

In her Dec. 28 article, "Are In-
dividuals and Society Putting
Singles Up on a Shelf?" Esther
Pastor describes singles as ".
lost in time and space . . . waiting
for a roommate, a lover, a hus-
band or God-knows-what that will
simultaneously put an end to our
single status and justify our exist-
ence," claiming that outmoded
communal attitudes cause rejec-
tion of singles, resulting in their

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