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December 19, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-19

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Original documents detailing
a joint effort by four Ameri-
can Jewish communities in
1840 to protest the torture of
Jews in Damascus have been
uncovered by the American
Jewish Historical Society.
The papers include hand-
written letters from Moses
Montefiore, the Sheriff of
London and the most promi-
nent Jewish leader in the
world at the time, and U.S.
Secretary of State John For-
syth, as well as minutes from

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Friday, December 19, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Kalb described Shultz as
"stability for the Administra-
tion — like Kissiger during
the Nixon Administration
when truth was dismantling
it. Shultz says he will stay
until the end, but that may
not be very long." Kalb
suggested that Shultz would
like to complete an arms
limitation treaty with the
Soviet Union before he leaves
the Reagan Administration.
The Iran-contra connection
is overriding other U.S.
interests, according to Kalb,
including the Middle East
peace process. He described it
as "another casualty because
of U.S. credibility."
"Israel's link will nourish
the Arab view of a U.S.-Israel
gang-up against Arab Iraq in
favor of non-Arab Iran." He
also suggested there may be
fallout for Israel when it
comes before Congress with
its next request for U.S. aid.
He described King Husein
of Jordan as "too vulnerable"
to make peace; Hafez Assad
of Syria as too hostile; Yit-
zhak Shamir of Israel "won't
succeed where Shimon Peres
failed"; and Hosni Mubarak
of Egypt as learning a lesson
from Anwar Sadat's assassi-
nation.
The cold peace is still a
peace that is a critical di-
mension of Israel's security,"
Kalb observed. "Mubarak
saw more grief in Israel and
the U.S. over Sadat's death
than he did in Cairo. But
even so, he stood by, even in
a chilly way, the ground
rules of the Camp David
agreement."
Jewish Welfare Federation
president Conrad Giles and
Allied Jewish Campaign
chairmen Emery Klein and
Paul D. Borman spoke before
Kalb, introducing Federation
leaders and describing the
overseas, national and local
needs addressed by the Cam-
paign. Borman announced
that the 1987 Campaign has
collected $16,009,000 so far,
from the same contributors
who gave $14,930,000 in
1986. The Campaign, how-
ever, is still $9 million short
of its 1987 goal of $25 mil-
lion.

Damascus Affair
Papers Found

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