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February 20, 1987 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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dexter, the national security
adviser. North was depicted as
a loose cannon, a rogue
elephant in the White House
china shop. Attorney General
Edwin Meese, one of the
president's closest advisers,
first described him as a man
out of control and blamed the
Israelis for misleading him.
But as was subsequently re-
vealed and confirmed, North
and Poindexter had not been
acting on their own. There
were high-level discussions of
the arms sales policy which
Reagan had approved; North
was in regular contact with
Meese and Casey. Poindexter
and Casey had had numerous
talks on issues related to the
Nicaragua Contras who are
supposed to have received mil-
lions of dollars siphoned off
from the profits of the Iranian
arms sales. North has asserted
that he regularly briefed Re-
agan himself.
In the light of the informa-
tion that has been dredged up,
it is hard to make a case that
will stick that David Kimche,
former director-general of the
Israel foreign ministry or
Amiram Nir, then Prime
Minister Shimon. Peres' ad-
viser on terrorism, could have
"sold" the arms for Iran project
to North or that North woud
have acted on alleged Israeli
suggestions without approval
of higher authority.
Reagan
President
apologized to Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir for the White
House release of Poindexter
memoranda which describe the
arms sale as an Israeli plan
and place heavy stress on the
Israeli role in the affair. De-
spite that and all other denials,
the American press, almost
without exception, takes as
proven the assumption that
the arms deal was an Israeli
concept and that Israel, some-
how, profited from it.
Some measure of the deep
sense of hurt and outrage
many knowledgeable Israelis
feel over the administration
attempt to escape censure by
blaming the Israelis for the
concept and its faied execution_
was revealed in the Jerusalem
Post recently by Hirsh Good-
man.
"It seems that Israel may
have been the target of a call-
ous, deliberate and potentially
extremely damaging effort by
the highest echelons of the
American bureaucracy to
make this country the
scapegoat for their own incom-
petence", Goodman wrote.
"That they were prepared to
sacrifice Israel on the altar of
expediency is bad enough; but
what makes this even more
hurtful is that the same
officials—(Robert) McFarlane,
National Security Council di-
rector Vice-Admiral John
Poindexter and Col. Oliver
North—were considered some
of Israel's closest friends in the
White House."

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