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December 06, 1985 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A

MARC
ANKERMAN

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Dispute Settled

Toronto (JTA) — A Jewish
worker, who objected to his
union's expression of support for
an independent Palestinian
homeland, has been granted an
exemption from paying his
union dues.
The decision handed down
several days ago by the Ontario
Court of Appeals reverses an
earlier lower court ruling that
Chaim Forer's objection to a
resolution adopted by the On-
tario Federation of Labor sup-
porting a Palestinian homeland
was not based on religious
grounds and therefore did not
entitle him to send his dues to a
charity instead of the union. A
section of the Crown Employes
Collective Bargaining Act pro-
vides that employes can pay
union dues to a charity if they
object to sending the money to a
union "because of religious con-
victions or belief."
Forer, an employee of the On-
tario provincial government and
a member of the Ontario Public
Service Employees, said the
resolution adopted by the Labor
Federation in 1983 was "inimi-
cal to every human being in
general and every Jew in par-
ticular who beleves in the eter-
nality of the Jewish- people and
in their God-given right to the
land of Israel."

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Keep Unity
Coalition: Poll

Tel Aviv (JTA) — About 70
percent of the public thinks the
National Unity Government
should not be broken up before
the end of its legal term in
1988. A similar percentage feel
the government's economic
package deal is a success, ac-
cording to a public opinion poll
published Friday in Y ediot
Aharonot.
Only 27 percent of the 1,233
people polled thought the pre-
sent coalition should wind itself
up, while 70 percent thought it
should continue for another
three years.
On the economic package
deal, 70 percent thought it suc-
cessful and only 28 percent
thought it had failed.
Asked about the effect of the
recent confrontation between
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
and Trade and Industry Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon, 43 percent be-
lieved it had improved Peres'
public image, 38 percent
thought it had made no dif-
ference, and only 17 percent
thought it had a detremental ef-
fect on Peres.
As for Sharon's image, 47 per-
cent said it had had a negative
effect, ten percent said it had
helped his public standing, and
40 percent thought it had made
no difference.

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