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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-22

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A slimmed down, graying Sen.
Edward M. "Ted" -Kennedy
called on Arab nations to follow
Israel's example by choosing
peace over war and on Egypt to
send its ambassador back to the
Jewish state, particularly to
Jerusalem.
Speaking at the first Attor-
neys Division dinner for Israel
Bonds at Adat Shalom
Synagogue on Sunday, the
Massachusetts Democrat said
"There is a profound choice to be
made, whether the people of the
Arab lands and the people of Is-
rael will spend the next genera-
tion as they have the last, wait-
ing for their sons to be sunl-
moned, waiting for the call of
battle to be sounded or whether
they will commit themselves to
the cause of peace and brother-
hood, justice and righteousness,
for Israel, for the Middle East
and for all humanity."
"Israel has made its choice for
peace and it is time for the Arab
nations to do the same."
He decried the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization, calling it
"not a fit partner for the peace
process or any negotiations for
peace." Kennedy added that it is
time for King Hussein of Jordan
to meet Israel head on in peace
negotiations, and that if he
brings Palestinians to the con-
ference table, he should not
bring "killers, kidnappers or
members of a PLO sworn to de-
stroy the State of Israel."
Continuing, Kennedy said
that Arab countries must de-
nounce terrorism and announce
a commitment to peace with Is-
rael before they can receive any
more weapons from the U.S.
"What we need in that region
is a peace policy, not an arms
policy. What we do not need is
more missiles and bombs aimed
at Tel Aviv, Haifa and the
Western Wall," he said.
The senator called the repres-
sion of Soviet Jews another form
of terror. He said he will con-
tinue his pledge to work on be-
half of Soviet Jews. "Let this be
one mission of humanity where
Upon taking the podium,
we shall never give up and
never give in."

Kennedy quipped about Ivan
Bloch, Bonds national special
events chairman: "I'm jealous of
Ivan. He's chairman of the
Presidents Club and I'm still
trying to become a member."
Kennedy was received warmly
by the audience of about 500
persons representing various
strata of the legal profession.
Twice Kennedy's remarks were
applauded enthusiastically.
Dr. Robert Brateman of
Southfield reacted positively to
the Kennedy remarks. "Sen.
Kennedy was quite clear in his
support of the State of Israel. I
was pleased to hear that he had
such a fair grasp of the current
situation in the Middle East."
Attorney Sheldon Erlich of
Bloomfield Hills also praised the
senator. "We're very fortunate
to have him as a friend of Israel.
He's a great humanitarian."
The Bond dinner was the oc-
casion to honor Michigan's At-
torney General Frank Kelley
with Israel's Eleanor Roosevelt
Humanities Medal. Sen. Ken-
nedy lauded the honoree by say-
ing that Kelley "symbolizes ex-
cellence in law and law
enforcement. He richly deserves
the Eleanor Roosevelt Award."
Michigan Gov. James Blan-
chard cited Kelley's interest in
the securiy of Israel. "He's
knowledgeable, sensitive and
committed to the sovereignty of
the State of Israel." Blanchard
lauded the attorney general as
"a great humanitarian and out
standing public servant."
Responding to the tribute paid
him, Kelley pledged, "I will al-
ways defend the integrity of the
great state of Israel!'
Nearly $2 million in Israel
Bonds were purchased at the
dinner. Outgoing General
Chairman of Detroit's Israel
Bond organization, D. Dan
Kahn, told the audience that
during the current calendar
year $14 million in Israel Bonds
had been purchased in Michi-
gan. The state itself, he said,
had invested $5 million. Kahn
said that about one-third of all
Israel Bonds are purchased by
non-Jews.

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