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August 30, 1985 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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Friday, August 30, 1985

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to security and sovereign
existence. Our Parliament is
unanimous on that. There
was never any doubt on this
issue." In December 1983, Is-
rael and Italy signed a broad
agreement covering eco-
nomic, agricultural, scien-
tific, technological and cul-
tural relations.
Italy is thus engaged in a
geopolitical trapeze act in
the Middle East, being sup-
portive of Israel while cul-
tivating her economic and
political ties with the Arab
world whom she seeks to
influence to adopt a moder-
ate stance leading toward
peaceful negotiations be-
tween Israel, the Palesti-
nians, and other Arabs.
Beneath the theological
rhetoric, that is essentially
the same stance adopted by
the Holy See. While the Holy
See clearly has universal
interests, its daily existence
is profoundly affected by its
relationship with the Italian
government and Italian
domestic politics. On Feb. 18,
the Vatican and the Italian
government signed a new
concordat that stipulates
that Roman Catholicism will
no longer be the state reli-
gion and that Rome's status
as "a sacred city" is ended.
Weighty, intricate ties be-
tween the Holy See and the
Italian government have in-
evitably sensitized Vatican
policy makers to the domes-
tic and foreign policy direc-
tions of the Italian govern-
ment. Reinforcing that
alignment is the fact that
Italy served from January to
June as president of the
European Economic Commu-
nity. Italy's political stance
toward Israel and the Middle
East is in fact shared by
most of the ten-member na-
tions of the EEC who are
also engaged in a trapeze act
of seeking to reconcile Israel,
the Palestinians and the sur-
rounding Arab nations.
Given those realities, it is
clear that Pope John Paul II,
notwithstanding his personal
sympathies toward Israel
and the Jewish People, will
not shortly be visiting the
Jewish state, nor will de jure
diplomatic relations be estab- •
lished in the near future be-
tween the Holy See and Is-
rael. But I will go out on a
limb and predict that once
peace is established between
Israel, the Palestinians and
Jordan, the Holy See will
change its course and will
move quickly to make de
jure what is now de facto.

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