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November 15, 1985 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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44 s Friday, November 15, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Soviet Jews On Agenda,
NCSJ Leaders Assured

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Washington (JTA) — Two
leaders of the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry said last
week that they were "confident"
that President Reagan will deal
with the issue of Soviet Jewry
when he meets with Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev in
Geneva Tuesday and stressed
that it was up to Reagan to de-
cide how he does it.
Gerald Kraft, an NCSJ vice
president and president of B'nai
B'rith International, and Jerry
Goodman, the NCSJ's executive
director, said that they have re-
ceived both public and private
pledges from Reagan and Secre-
tary of State George Shultz that
the issue will be dealt with
"seriously," Kraft noted that the
President personally considers
the issue important.
"We look to the President and
his Administration as the ones
who will carry the message in
whatever means the President
thinks as best," Goodman said.
"He is essentially in this regard
our messenger."
Reagan, in an interview with
wire service reporters last Wed-
nesday, said that human rights
will be discussed at the Geneva
summit. "But I don't think that
it is profitable to put things of
this kind out in public where
any change in policy would be
viewed as succumbing to an-
other power," the President said.
"This is a tactic which we
understand and which we ap-

prove of and we know it has
worked in the past in negotia-
tions with the Soviets," Kraft
said.
However, Kraft noted that
there has been little pre-summit
attention to human rights in the
media partially because the
President wants to make
"headway instead of headlines"
and because he said some in the
media do not want to ask tough
questions of the Soviets for fear
of losing access to Gorbachev
and other Soviet officials at the
summit.
For this reason, Kraft said the
Jewish community in the
United States and abroad, sup-
ported by many non-Jews, as
seeking to bring the issue of
Soviet Jewry to public attention
both to support Reagan's efforts
and to let Gorbachev know of
the concern of world public opin-
ion.
A series of educational pro-
grams in the U.S. and abroad
and numerous demonstrations
are planned throughout the U.S.
A rally in Lafayette Park Sun-
day will include a march past
the White House to the Soviet
Embassy.
Meanwhile, New York Ar-
chbishop John Cardinal O'Con-
nor has written a letter to all
parish priests of the Archdiocese
of New York urging them to
light a candle for Soviet Jews on
the eve of the Reagan-
Gorbachev summit.

Senate Prohibits PLO
Contributions Through UN

Washington (JTA) — The Se-
nate by a 90-2 vote last week
prohibited any voluntary contri-
butions by the United States to
the United Nations from being
used for programs for the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization.
The prohibition was in the
form of an amendment intro-
duced by Sen. Frank Lautenberg
(D-N.J.) to the appropriations
bill for the Commerce, Justice
and State Departments.
The PLO "is committed, on
paper and in practice, to the de-
struction of one of our closest al-
lies, Israel," Lautenberg told the
Senate last Friday. And terror is
its chosen means of achieving
its goals. Recent events only
confirm this conclusion."
Lautenberg noted that for the
past several years foreign aid
bills have prohibited the use of
U.S. voluntary contributions to
the UN. Since 1980, the State
Department authorization bill
reduces the U.S. assessed con-
tribution to the UN budget by
the amount that would be used
for projects that benefit the
PLO, about $1 million.
Lautenberg stressed that his
amendment reaffirms this policy
in the appropriation bill since
"the appropriations process is
the final arbiter of how this
country actually spends its
money."
Sens. Barry Goldwater (R-
Ariz.) and Charles Mathias
(R-Mol.) in voting against the

amendment did not give any
reasons.
The Reagan Administration
meanwhile, is maintaining a
cautious, non-committal position
toward PLO chief Yasir Arafat's
professed opposition to terrorism
against innocent civilians.
Arafat said in Cairo last
Thursday that he condemned
terrorism against innocent civi-
lians anywhere. At the same
time, he said, Palestinians re-
serve the right "to fight against
the Israeli occupation in all
possible ways, with the aim of
the withdrawal of the Israelis
from these (Israel-occupied)
lands."
The immediate U.S. reaction
came from State Department
spokesman Bernard Kalb. "We
consistently have supported ef-
forts to eradicate the course of
terrorism in the middle East
and elsewhere. We applaud the
efforts that King Hussein and
President Mubarak have ex-
tended in recent weeks to re-
move violence from the Middle
East equation," he said.

Up In Smoke

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — An Israel
Health Ministry survey shows
that Israel is the only country in
the world where cigarette smok-
ing among teenagers is increas-
ing.

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