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April 18, 1986 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-18

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that all nations must cooperate
in combatting terrorism, and
called for a coordinated policy
among nations so that they
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would be prepared to act to-
gether when further attacks
take place.
Meese also praised changes in
surveillance legislation that
have allowed the FBI and other
law-enforcement agencies to in-
filtrate violent domestic organ-
izations such as The Order and
the Aryan Nation. The number
of terrorist incidents within the
United States decreased from
112 in 1977 to seven last year,
he said.
Meese also called for support
of pending legislation that
would reinstitute capital
punishment on a national level,
provide the death penalty for
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abroad and revise extradition
treaties "so terrorists cannot
hide behind a claim of political
motivation.
"As with piracy, the nations of
the world must band together.
There must be no refuge for ter-
rorists. We know who the ter-
rorist organizations are, and
other nations know who they
are," Meese said. He added that
PLO Chairman Yassir Arafat
must be held responsible for the
PLO's terrorist actions, a state-
ment that received ringing ap-
proval from the AIPAC con-
ferees.
The participants in the con-
ference were addressed by Sena-
tors Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.)
and John Heinz (R-Pa.), who
co-sponsored a resolution of dis-
approval against the Adminis-
tration's proposed multi-million
dollar arms sale to Jordan last
year. That resolution received
the support of 74 senators and
helped lead to the Administra-
tion's indefinite postponement of
the sale in February.
Kennedy and Heinz indicated
that they were prepared to fight
the Administration's current
proposal to sell missiles to Saudi.
Arabia, even though the arms
package has been substantially
cut back, and despite the an-
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on the Soviet Union to increase
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urged America's allies to band
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