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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS .

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LOCAL NEWS

GLASS & MIRROR

Continued from Page 1

Hechtman Federation Apart- and the Jewish Center, will link
ments in West Bloomfield are the residential areas to the
home to 115 seniors in 103 un- north with the apartments, the
its.
Center and the synagogues
Oak Park officials were de- along Ten Mile. The Church
nied the promised HUD grant Street deck is 70 percent com-
for the 150 new units in 1983 pleted and the second deck is in
and 1984, despite Washington the bidding process.
meetings with Oak Park offi-
The new apartments are
cials and Michigan Con- slated to be built north of the
gressmen. Similar meetings this existing apartment units and
summer led to the award, an- west of the JCC.
nounced just one week before
Mayor Rothstein credits a
the end of the Federal fiscal number of Michigan officials for
aiding the battle to get the
year.
"This is quite a coup," said apartment grant, and to keep
Perlman, who explained that the government from reducing
HUD is financing 10,000 apart- the size of the 700-foot decks.
ment units nationally, but only She mentioned Senators Carl
Levin and Donald Riegle,
250 in Michigan.
Naimark told The Jewish Representatives Sander Levin,
William Broomf id and William
News that the Apartments have
"been working on this for five Ford, State Senator Jack Faxon,
years, buft,,the City of Oak Park former Representative Joe
really took the ball and ran Forbes, and Oakland County
Executive Daniel Murphy. "It
with it."
Oak Park Mayor Rothstein, was a bipartisan effort of which
who led the city delegation to all of us can be proud," Roths-
Washington all three years, was tein said.
"The whole area is undergoing
especially pleased by the • grant
and the placement of the new change and you won't recognize
units adjacent to two"decks" it after the next year. We were
being constructed over the free- very fortunate — no other place
way. The two park-like decks, in the country is getting plazas
behind Cong. B'nai Mbshe at like this" and apartment units
Church Street and the other to offset the effects of the free-
north of the new apartment unit way.

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Shamir: Settlements Stay

New York (JTA) — Yitzhak
Shamir, deputy premier and
foreign minister of Israel, told a
New York synagogue audience
last week that "Israel will main-
tain Jewish settlements in all
parts of Eretz Israel, including
Judea and Samaria."
Shamir also decried the recent
decisions of the government of
British Prime Minister Mar-
garet Thatcher to sell arms to
the Arabs and meet with PLO
representatives. He said, "these
actions are a terrible blow to
peace in our region. The'meet-
ing with the PLO is reminiscent
of the British policy of appease-
ment of terrorism dating back to
the period after World War II."
Speaking on aliyah, Shamir
stated, "There is only one an-
swer to Jewish assimilation
aliyah now, aliyah today."
Shamir continued, "We must
ask ourselves, do we want our
children to continue in the path
of our fathers or do we want
them to disappear into the alien
future? We have to turn our
faces toward Jerusalem it is
there that Jewish destiny is
being made." The meeting was
co-sponsored by the Israel
Aliyah Center.
Meanwhile, Amos Perlmutter,
a professor of political science at
American University and editor
of the Journal of Stategic
Studies, proposed in an 'article
published in the fall issue of
Foreign Affairs that Israel un-
ilaterally withdraw from the
West Bank. In doing so, he
questions some of the most basic
underlying tenets of the Camp
David accords anck the U.S.—

Israeli approached to,the peace
. process.
"Could it be that a state with
one of the most modern and effi-
cient armies in the world is an
insecure frontier state?"
Perlmutter asks. "Does Israel
really fear a threat coming from
PLO now torn asunder and vir-
tually impotent? Does Israel
really need an intermediary to
settle its eastern frontiers and
solve the Palestine problem?
Does Israel need a formal peace
treaty with Jordan, whose bor-
der with Israel has been pacified
since 1967?"
But Perlmutter's ideas are not
quite so radical as the title of
his article — "Unilateral With-
drawal: Israel's Security Option"
— would suggest. The removal
of the Israel Defense Force mili-
tary organization and occupa-
tion adminstration would be
complemented by the establish-
ment of an Israeli security zone
along the Jordan River that
would leave the autonomous
area surrounded by. Israeli
forces.
In establishing his zone, he
excludes a sizeable chunk of the
West Bank territory, extending
from and surrounding
Jerusalem, from his proposed
area of political. sovereignty.
"No government of Israel
could survive on a policy of total
withdrawal or abandonment of
the political and strategic stron-
gholds," Perlmutter maintains.
At the same time, he adds, a
partial withdrawal and estab-
lishment of an autonomous
Palestinian area would diminish
Arab antagonism there, further
enhancing Israel's security.
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