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November 15, 1985 - Image 20

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Friday, November 15, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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The world in which the
United Nations was bbrn was
torn between two conflicting
feelings. There was shock and
grief in the wake of death and
holocaust. But there was also
a gleam of hope. Hope for a
new era of freedom. For a
world free of oppression; of
discrimination; of racism; of
apartheid. Above all, for a
world free of war — for the
reign of peace.
Nothing reflects the univer-
sal idea of Judaism more than
the noble idea of nations
united, alJnited Nations. This
ideal rests, as our forefathers
taught us, on the three pillars
that support the world: on
justice, truth, and peace. Yet,
this great vision is shadowed
by inescapable concerns. As
Jews we bear heavy memories.
As Israelis we confront na-
tional dilemmas.
Search the map of Western
civilization across the ages —
not a place will be found
where Jews were not perse-
cuted. Save for the new world,
you will find yourselves
marching along the trail of
Jewish blood and tears, trac-
ing the chronology of Jewish
martyrdom.
This, Mr. President, was
the history of my people for
two thousand years. Until
there came a point, when the
Jews tired of dependence on
the hatred or the tolerance of
others, to settle their fate.
This is the very essence of
Zionism. Jews were no longer
willing to court the favour of
others, and to contend with
the force of their fear. Israel
was created not only as a
home for persecuted Jews the
world over, but also as the
last refuge from any need to
justify their Jewishness.
Here is the hope of the peo-
ple of Israel: To finally be
masters of their own fate, true
to their own heritage, sover-
eign in their own land, free to
practiceEheir faith, and con-
tinue their contribution to a
world that rejected them.
Zionism is thus a victory
over racism.
When the dawn finally
came, an ancient language
was given a new reality. From
across distance and time,
Jews gathered anew. A waste-
land was made to bloom. The
unskilled wandering Jew turn-
ed artisan, farmer, scientist,
and soldier, rebuilding his
home with a new found
pioneering spirit.
True to our heritage, we set
out to secure a safe haven not
only for those who fulfilled
their dream by making Israel
their home, but also for those
yet deprived of that right. In
that tradition, still today, we
pray that all Jews who yearn
for Zion — be they in the
Soviet Union, Ethiopia, Syria
or elsewhere — be permitted
to reunite with their destiny.
I call upon the Soviet

Shimon Peres: "Let us argue but
not fight."

leaders: let our people go.
Empty the prisons of people
whose sole crime is loyalty to
Jewish tradition and pursuit
of the Zionist dream. Individ-
uals like Shcharansky and
Begun. This call exceeds or-
dinary political considera-
tions. It reaches the depth of
human dignity and the source
of human rights.
A people reborn, we faced
poverty, desert, isolation, and
the challenge of molding the
ingathered into one nation.
We never expected to be sur-
rounded by hostility. Seeking
coexistence with our neigh-
bors, we found that the
revival of two national
movements — the Jewish and
the Arab — produced conflict
rather than cooperation.
Recently, it has manifested
itself in the form of interna-
tional terrorism.
Indeed, in our region, ter-
rorism is at war with peace.
Terrorism is bent on injur-
ing the peace process — but
we have an equal determina-
tion: It will not stop progress
toward peace.
We reject the absurd claim
that resisting terrorism —
rather than terrorism itself —
undermines efforts for peace.
Mr. President, nobody
brought more tragedy on the
Palestinians than PLO terror-
ism. Our enemy is not a peo-
ple, a race, a religion, or a
community. Our enemy is bel-
ligerency, hatred, and death.
We know that there is a Pales-
tinian problem. We recognize
the need to solve it honorably.
We are convinced that there
is no solution but through dip-
lomatic means. From this ros-
trum, I call upon the Palesti-
nian people to put an end to
rejectionism and belligerency.
Let us talk! Come forth and
recognize the reality of the
State of Israel — our wish to
live in peace and our need for
security. Let us face each
other as free men and women,
across the negotiating table.
Let us argue, but not fight.
Let us arm ourselves with
reason, let us not reason with
arms.

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