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August 09, 1985 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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Support for Israel Weak
At UN Women's Parley

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is joining our agency effective Aug. 5, 1985

Washington (JTA) — West women adopted 'by the confer-
European delegates at the re- ence was a victory for women
cently concluded United Nations throughout the world.
"I think it came about because
End of the Decade Women's con-
ference held in Nairobi, Kenya, at Nairobi, especially at the un-
failed to provide strong public official conference, as well as in
support against including an at- many ways at the official con-
tack on Israel and Zionism in ference, women showed that
the final forward looking they have finally gathered
strategies document adopted by enough strength and self confi-
the conference, the head of the dence to declare their indepen-
dence from male political agen-
U.S. delegation charged.
Maureen Reagan, President das," Bella Abzug, a former
Reagan's daughter, however, Congresswoman from New York
added that it was the support of and feminist leader declared.
Abzug spoke in a press con-
the Western and Latin Ameri-
can delegations that finally led ference sponsored by B'nai
to the exclusion of any condem- B'rith Women at its headquar-
nation of Israel in the final ters led by BBW president Be-
document, having decided that verly Davis. Also participating
were Constant Kreshtool,
"enough is enough."
Six American women, who re- president of the National Feder-
turned last week from the con- ation of Temple sisterhoods;
ference said that the deletion of Barbara Leslie, U.N. represen-
the anti-Zionist clause from the tative•of the National Council of
forward looking strategies for Jewish Women; Selma Wolf,
National American Affairs
chairperson of Hadassah and
Betty Friedan, the feminist
. "OCTOBER IN ISRAEL
leader.

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The experience and knowledge that Ms. Sandor-Simenez brings
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to see Israel via spacious, air con-
ditioned minibus at a lovely time of
year. There are only a few remain-
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We'll see the historical sights, stay in
5-star hotels, visit Kibbutzim, dine in
lovely restaurants, meet Israelis in
their homes and explore areas of
the country together that larger bus
loads of people cannot.

No Change In
Stance On PLO

Jerusalem (JTA) — The new
American Ambassador to Israel,
Thomas Pickering, assured
Premier Shimon Peres that
there has been no change in
Washington's policy towards the
PLO, and that the meeting be-
tween a U.S. official and a
Jordanian-Palestinian delega-
tion will go ahead only if the
United States is convinced that
it will lead to direct talks with
Israel.
Meanwhile, the Fatah, the
mainline PLO group led by
Yasir Arafat, has returned to
Jordan but is centered in
Amman rather than on Israel's
borders, according to a senior
defense source quoted by the Is-
raeli press.
Fatah has no training bases
in Jordan, and King Hussein's
army is keeping a tight rein on
the terror group and not allow-
ing it to operate against Israel
from Jordanian territory, the
source said.
Ariel Sharon said that Israel
should bomb PLO bases which
he claimed had been established
in the Hashanite kingdom.

Dates:
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Price $1895.00
Round trip
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cruise with Steven Kalt

Includes: Air Fare, transfers, 13 nite
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