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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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FRUIT
GIFT
BASKETS

Friday, September 13, 1985

George & Roselie
Ohrenstein

and the Staff of

Ohrenstein
Jewelers

For all occasions
Nation-Wide
Delivery

'resentment and intensifies
revolt. Political killings; im-
prisonment for political
views; torture and cruel, in-
human punishment; denial of
fair trial — the entire litany
of wrongs committed by a
heavy-handed regime — are
clearly recorded under the
imprimatur of the State De-
partment.
All this, together with an
ever-stronger drumbeat of
protest against the Adminis-
tration's rhetoric and no-win
policy, must inevitably pro-
duce a vital change in our
government's approach. Con-
gressman Stephen Solarz's
remark that the July de-
mand for limited U.S. sanc-
tions by both- branches of
Congress has "said Kaddish
to 'constructive engage-

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issue.
The author of the flawed
constructive engagement
theory, adopted by President
Reagan and championed
strongly by National Secu-
rity Advisor Robert McFar-
lane, is Assistant Secretary
of State for African Affairs
Chester A. Crocker. He has
perhaps unwittingly revealed
the deep flaw in his attitude
toward the South African
tragedy by declaring: "It is
not our task to choose be-
tween black and white." This
heartless remark recalls the
myopia rampant in our State
Department early in the Hit-
ler era when word went out
from Cordell Hull that mis-
treatment of German Jews
had virtually terminated.

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LETTERS

Kosins

Anti-Semitism
Down On The Farm

As a survivor, I did not find
— with all due respect to the
Anti-Defamation League's Mr.
Perlmutter — the 20/20 pro-
gram misleading. It looked real
and quite shocking.
I still remember the begin-
ning of Hitler's era in Europe
and I can't agree with the "head
in the sand" policy.
The constitutional freedoms
should not be allowed to be used
as an excuse to foment an
armed insurrection against a
legal, democratic government or
any group in the society.

Nathan Sloan

Kahane And Oz:
Study In Contrasts

Your recent articles — high-
lighting eminent Israelis Rabbi
Meier Kahane and man of let-
ters Amos Oz — present a study
in contrasts.
Rabbi Kahane is, as you titled
him, a high priest of hate. He is
said to be anti-democratic, a
rabid racist by reason of his ad-
vocacy to transfer the Israeli
Arabs to where they belong, the
other Arab countries. Amos Oz
would embrace the Arabs, delve
into the historic kinship be-
tween us and them. His alle-
giance to democracy would lead
him to yield Judea and Samaria
to the Arab majority to fashion
a PLO state, and char-
acteristically he is oozing out
with love to the Arabs, and par-
ticularly the PLO ...
Rabbi Kahane remembers
that the Arabs are treacherous
folk; and if the Israelis were
ever again attacked by the
Arabs and their Iranian co-
religionists and. driven ... with
their backs to the sea, the local
Arabs would stab their Israeli
fellow-citizens in the back. And

why could not' these Arabs go
and live with their fellow-Arabs
in the vast lands at the disposal
of their Arab brethren? Israel
took the Jews out of the Arab
lands, now let the Arabs take
out theirs from Israel. Exchange
of populations is no novelty in
the international community.
All that need be said about
Amos Oz is let him study the
pre-Six-Day War map of Israel
and note the narrow neck of
land between the Mediterranean
and the eastern border of Israel.
If that situation were, cholila, to
happen today, the Arabs to the
west of Jordan, launching a sur-
prise attack on Israel, could in
15 minutes cut that neck of land
and thereby (cut) Israel in two.
Let Mr. Oz think about this.

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Additions Hurt
The Fish Recipes

I am the registered dietitian
in Sinai Hospital of Detroit's
Cardiovascular Fitness and Re-
habilitation Department.
I reviewed the article, "Fishy,
But Good For You" in the Aug.
23 issue of The Jewish News.
Although fish has been shown to
be very beneficial in the preven-
tion of atherosclerosis from high
blood lipid levels, many recipes
that were featured also included
butter and sour cream as well as
salt. Fats may promote choles-
terol absorption by the body and
have been shown to have an ad-
verse affect on triglycerides. In
addition, excess salt may aggra-
vate existing hypertension.
In our program, we have
found that eliminating all fats
from one's diet helps to control
blood lipids in most individuals

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