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June 28, 1985 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Parley Agenda
Stirs Concern

United Nations (JTA) — More
than 250 items are on the
agenda for the conference mark-
ing the end of the United Na-
tions Decade for Women in
Nairobi, Kenya, July 8-16.
But one of the items, "Pales-
tinian Women," which is
number 227 on the list, is
threatening to turn the confer-
ence into an anti-Israel forum,
dominated by Palestine Libera-
tion Organization propaganda
and anti-Zionist slurs, much as
was the case of the last
Women's Conference, in
Copenhagen in 1980.
But this time, Israeli dip-
lomats and American Jewish
delegates who plan to attend the
Nairobi conference, promise that
they are going "to fight back"
and not be intimidated by the
Arabs' attempt to politicize the
meeting and use it in their
struggle against the State of Is-
rael and its legitimacy.
"There is no doubt in my
mind that the PLO will launch
a virulent anti-Israeli campaign
in Nairobi, and that it will suc-
ceed in passing anti-Zionist and
anti-Israeli resolutions," said ne
Israeli diplomat at the UN. "But
we are not going to let them
dominate the conference this
time. We hope that we will be
able to avoid a public debate on
the situation of Palestinian
women."

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ing, teaching and educating
Jews and Christians in their
communities regarding the evils
caused by the United Nation's
Zionist-Racism resolution, which
marks its tenth anniversary this
fall.
Israel's United Nations Am-
bassador Benjamin Netanyahu
told a meeting of more than 100
rabbis and synagogue
presidents, convened by the
Synagogue council of America
last week, that during the past
decade the global UN printing
press has utilized this resolution
to spread "layers of lies and
slander about Zionism and Is-
rael throughout the world." He
charged that this topic has been
featured in a vast amount of
propaganda material produced
by the United Nations.
Netanyahu called for a cam-
paign to "expose this resolution,
reaffirm Zionism and eventually
to press for a repeal of this reso-
lution." The Ambassador said
that a substitute resolution
would require time to adopt,
given the complicated UN
machinery and the delicacies of
international politics. He
stressed that Israel knows of
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