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February 01, 1985 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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States as harbouring anti-Israeli
views.
Ironically, many of the Is-
raelis, while not very fond of
Time, seemed to have an over-
riding concern that a Sharon vic-
tory would help him politically
back in Israel — a development
they openly feared.
Rosenne, as usual, was a grac-
ious host, personally welcoming
everyone. He can be quite char-
ming on such occasions. He has
a very good sense of humor.
Since arriving in Washington
nearly two years ago, he has
traveled widely across the coun-
try pushing Israel's cause. His
schedule is always busy.

The other day, for example,
after the Israeli Cabinet an-
nounced a unilateral withdrawal
from south Lebanon, he rose
early to appear on ABC's "Good
Morning America." At midnight
the same day, he was the only
guest on Larry King's popular
coast-to-coast radio talk show
on the Mutual Broadcasting
Network. Rosenne answered
questions from callers until 3:00
a.m. In between "Good Morning
America" and the Larry King
Show, he separately welcomed
the new Ambassadors from
Egypt and Haiti to the Em-
bassy for what Israeli officials
described as courtesy calls. He
hosted a reception in honor of
the slain civil rights leader, the
Rev. Martin Luther King.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Mar-
ion Barry and many black lead-
ers gathered at the embassy for
that moving event. It was espec-
ially important given the recent
strains between blacks and Jews
in America. Rosenne also found
time to attend a diplomatic
function at the Romanian Em-
bassy in Washington.
The burden on Rosenne and
others at the Embassy should
be eased considerably in the
coming months with the arrival
of two new diplomats — the new
number two man will be Eli Ru-
binstein, the outgoing Foreign
Ministry Legal Adviser, and the
new Minister of Information will
be Avi Pazner, who has served
in recent years as Foreign Min-
ister Yitzhak Shamir's press ad-
viser. Pazner is well known in
Washington, having earlier
served very ably as press
counselor under Ambassadors
Simcha Dinitz and Ephraim
Evron. Now he will coordinate
Israel's entire hazbara cam-
paign in the United States, in-
cluding the operations of Is-
rael's nine consulates around
the country. He has his work cut
out for him. So does everyone
else at the Embassy, Israel's
front-line of defense in the U.S.
capital.

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