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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ply by beginning all over again,
said Will, a strong supporter of
Reagan. Our simplified views of
world "problems" are the major
stumbling block of our foreign
policy. "Problems in Ireland,
problems in Lebanon are not
problems," he declared. "They
are messes."
Turning to Israel, Will said
the Jewish state has just been
through the hardest two years of
its existence, but also the four
easiest decades of its existence.
Israel's problems will only be
more difficult to solve in the fu-
ture, he said, but "Israel .re-
mains the soul defender of all
that was best in the European
world."
The 1967 and 1973 wars pro-
ved that Israel cannot afford to
lose a single war, yet "Israel
gave up something tangible —
the Sinai — for something in-
tangible and repudiatable —
peace with Egypt. There is more
peace between Israel and Jordan
right now than there is between
Israel and Egypt," Will said,
adding that Israel suffers from
"constant fiddling" by the inter-
national community in the Mid-
dle East.
"The Middle East is carnivor-
ous," he explained, "but not
even our State Separtment has
contrived to blame the Iran-Iraq
War on Israel and the Palesti-
nian problem ... Twenty-three
percent of Israelis are Jews dis-
placed by Arab governments"
but the world continues to see
Arab refugee camps.
Will believes the greatest test-
ing for Israel and its friends is
yet to come, based on the Pol-
lard spy case and U.S. efforts to
balance the Federal budget. He
described Israeli spying on the
U.S. as "foolish to risk so much
to gain so little" and said it
could not be justified.
He spent a considerable
amount of time chastizing the
Gramm-Rudman budget-
balancing bill, saying its cuts
will equally affect babies with
Spina Bifida and soybean sub-

sidies for farmers. "The country
is now committed to five percent
negative growth" yearly because
Congress will oppose the
President's budgets and cuts
will be automatically across the
board "with lots of exceptions."
"You can't cut weapons sys-
tems, you can't cut military pay,
so they'll cut the number of men
in uniform," Will said.
"Gramm-Rudman is an attack
on the U.S. and on the strength
of the West, and that directly af-
fects Israel." Budget cutting will
also affect Israel's annual sub-
sidy from the U.S. "With all
these cuts, aid to Israel will not
be considered the same way it
was in the past."
He deplored the number of
special interest groups that con-
trol the U.S. government, saying
that democracy has lost its
moral bearings because of its at-
tention to special interests. One
of the most powerful lists in
Washington, he said, was the
lists of "National Association of
..." in the Washington tele-
phone book.
Can anything pull the U.S.
from the doldrums? Will lauded
meetings such as Tuesday
night's, which work for the
common good. "There is a dawn-
ing realization in domestic pol-
icy, but it must be matched soon
by a realization in foreign pol-
icy, such as is recognized in this
room ... We must be capable of
being drawn out of ourselves."
"Israel," he said, ending his
prepared remarks, "draws us out
of our mere `interestedness'." He
reminded the audience of Is-
rael's hostage rescue mission at
Entebbe on July 4, 1976, saying
the action made all Americans,
and 'especially Jewish Ameri-
cans, stand taller.
During a brief question-and-
answer session, Will acknowl-
edged that world media cover-
age of Israel's actions in Leba-
non were one-sided "in part be-
cause the cameras were only on
one side." The same thing hap-

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