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December 06, 1985 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MAX THE HANDYMAN

AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL

Former Apt. Maintenance Chief

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FOR PROVIDING MERCHANDISE FOR AKIVA
— AUCTION '85 —
which will be held Saturday, Dec. 14th
beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Akiva Building

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The withdrawal from UNESCO
gives the same message.
A similar breakthrough is be-
ginning in the Middle East. The
arrest of the four hijackers and
the fact that the Craxi govern-
ment fell for being too soft on
hijacking is a salutary develop-
ment. After Israel's raid on
Tunis, not only was the PLO de-
eply shaken up but — equally
important — the Tunisian gov-
ernment is now pressing to get
the PLO out. The cost of hosting
or appeasing terror has sud-
denly gone up — if ever so
slightly. OPEC's current weak-
ness and the Iraq-Iran was also
help in this area.

'

The Peres offer to go to an in-
ternational negotiating
framework but stipulating that
Russia is excluded as long as it
has no diplomatic relations with
Israel sets up a major reversal
for the delegitimation of Israel,
a process which has been too
rarely checked in recent years.
One of the primary beneficiaries
of the new balance of power will
likely be Russian Jewry with a
new exodus in the offing.
There are two major forces
pushing Hussein toward peace
negotiation. The United States
government is really pressing
and not repeating its old error of
giving encouragement to the be-
lief that it will sell out Israel for
a nominal peace move. The
Jewish • community's hanging
tough and the Congress' refusal
to pass the Jordan arms package
short of actual peace negotia-
tions kept the Administration
honest when an arms sale would
have given the wrong message.
The other force is West Bank
settlements themselves. When
Likud takes over, the freeze on
settlements will end — And
even for those in place now, it
will be "too late" to withdraw if
peace is not achieved soon.
The fact that Arafat may lose
his position is a major impetus
to peace. Indeed, were the
United States government ready
to write him off and press all
out ahead, the breakthrough
would come now — with a West
Bank group likely to step for-
ward. But the United States is
apparently not ready to go that
far and risk that much. Still, at
a time when good will falters,
the power constellation is mak-
ing for peace.
The actual or potential use of
force is helpful only when it is
backed by willingness to
negotiate.
What is needed is a more bal-
anced, more calibrated Jewish
ethic of power striving to create
a balance of power for the sake
of peace. Perhaps this was the
Psalmist's point when he wrote,
- "The Lord will give power to
God's people; the Lord will bless
the people with peace." (Psalms
29:11)

Copyright 1985, CLAL
The National Jewish Center for
Learning and Leadership.

Friday, December 6, 1985

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