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January 30, 1987 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The public
is losing confidence in Labor
and Likud, the principal
partners in the unity coalition
government, according to a re-
cent poll. It indicated tht both
would lose votes if elections
were held now. The be-
neficiaries would be parties on
the left and right of the politi-
cal spectrum.
According to the poll by the
Hanoch Smith Research Insti-
tute published in Davar, 38
percent of the electorate would
vote for Labor and 27 percent
for Likud. This represents a
four percent loss for the Labor
Party and one percent decline
for Likud since a similar poll
was conducted in September
1986.
Support for the leftist Citi-
zens Rights Movement rose
from 4.5 cpercent last Sep-
tember to six percent now. The
rightwing Tehiya Party went
from six to eight percent ap-
proval by the respondents.

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I HEIGHT E 1

through the streets of Cum-
ming, the counter-
demonstrators on the other
side of the human security wall
called out "Nigger lovers . . . go
home Niggers . . . Commie fag-
gots." Rudin said he was
shocked to see one of them
holding up a sign saying
"James Earl Ray, American
Hero." James Earl Ray assas-
sinated Martin Luther King.
Another banner proclaimed,
"Trade with South Africa —
Our blacks for their whites."
Some of the counter demon-
strators tried to spit on the
marchers. Some of the mar-
chers flashed the V sign for
love and peace. Some sang "We
Shall Overcome."
Rabbi Alvin Sugarman of
the Temple in Atlanta also ad-
dressed the march and about
40 members of a Black-Jewish
coalition from Atlanta partici-
pated.
Rudin contrasted the Cum-
ming march with Hattiesburg,
Mississippi, in 1964, where he
marched for voting rights. The
civil rights movement has
come a long way since then but
is still fighting the battle. "We
will do it again and again and
again," Rudin said.
The most dramatic dif-
ference between 1964 and
1987, according to Rudin, was
the support and solidarity of
the security forces. He noted
that the combined forces of the
FBI the Georgia Bin-eau of In-
vestigation, National
Guardsmen, and local police
were clearly supportive of the
peaceful demonstration. "In
Hattiesburg, I looked on the
local police and the sheriff as
ambivalent. Whose side were
they on? Saturday there was no
question that the whole state
apparatus was on our side."

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