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pened in Vietnam, he said, and
if there had been television at
Antietam in 1862 — the
bloodiest battle in U.S. history
— "we would be two countries
today. Television has that
wrenching effect on public opin-
He also said the media will
have to become as punctilious
about political advertisements
in reference to Lebanon as it is
about grocery ads.
On a question about OPEC
and oil prices, Will said the U.S.
State Department was pernici-
ous with Israel "even when the
price of oil was $2 per barrel."
There are simply more Arab
capitals than Jewish capitals in
the State Department's eyes. Re-
ferring to Jerusalem, Will said
the State Department believes
that Israel has no capital. In his
opinion, the U.S. should locate
its Israeli embassy in East
Jerusalem, and put a halt to
Adding the Russians to the
"non-existent" peace process
would be "bad for everybody.
The Soviets are not interested in
peace," he said. "They are just
interested in victory."
Asked about Sen. Inouye's bill
to halt planned cuts in Israel's
interest payments to the U.S. in
the wake of the Pollard case,
Will said, "The real slippage
will come when people are
forced to choose in a zero-sum
budget game" — another refer-
ence to the Gramm-Rudman.
In a statement which elicited
the greatest positive response.
from his audience, Will said he
was opposed to the search for
moderate Palestinians to
negotiate peace with Israel.
"Jordan is Palestine," he de-
clared. "Most Jordanians are
Palestinians. Jordan was
created from Palestine. Nations
must deal with nations. They
can't start dealing with ter-
rorists as quasi-states."
Jewish Welfare Federation
President Joel Tauber opened
the meeting, recognizing Feder-
ation leaders and Campaign
Chairmen Paul D. Borman and
Stanley Frankel. Borman an-
nounced that the 1986 Cam-
paign is opening with a total of
$16.7 million pledged, some $2
million above the same point in
the 1985 Campaign. But Bor-
man admonished the crowd that
much work needs to be done to
achieve the 1986 Campaign goal
of $25 million, which is $3 mil-
lion more than the 1985 total.
Borman described the needs
in Detroit, in Eastern Europe
and in Israel, saying that "time
does not stand still for Jews in
need or in trouble."
Eighty-six degree temperatures in late November brought Israelis
out to the Tel Aviv beaches.
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