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March 13, 1987 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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Jews Help
Rebuild School

New York — Students are
back in class at a junior high
school in Mexico City, due to
the combined efforts of the U.S.
and Mexican Jewish com-
munities.
The school, Secundaria No. 3
"Heroes de Chapultepec," was
reduced to rubble on Sept. 19,
1985, when a series of earth-
quakes hit Mexico City.
The new school, which is
built to withstand future
earthquakes, serves 700 young
students during the day and
500 adults in the evening.

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more pragmatic position re-
garding Israel and a political
solution of the Israeli-Arab
struggle. Perhaps some sort of
Israeli gesture towards Iraq,
such as a pledge to stop supply-
ing Iran with weapons, might
help further that process, he
said. The sale of weapons to
Iran thus far has not yielded
any benefits for Israel, Dr.
Baram added, and therefore
there is "nothing- to lose" by
creating an opening_to Iraq.
Dr. Menashri rejected the
contention that western arms
sales to Iran provided
encouragement to the "moder-
ates" in that country. There
are no signs of moderation in
Iran, he said, though the lead-
ership does think pr-
agmatically. While the U.S.
might have good strategic rea-
sons for trying to reinstate
some sort of ties with Iran, this
does not mean that Israel has
the same interests, he said.
"Our ties with the Arab world
are more important than any
possible ties with Iran," he
said, in arguing for a search
toward ways of reaching
speaking terms with Iraq.
Lubrani, former Israeli dipl-
omatic representative in Iran,
differed with the other two
speakers, stating that "we
have a better chance of reach-
ing speaking terms with a fu-
ture government in Iran than
with Iraq." He did not entirely
rule out an approach to Iraq,
however.
Lubrani did not agree with
the argument that there are no
signs of moderation in Iran,
and said he believed that the
"Islamic revolution" had al-
ready peaked. The more
enlightened elements in Iran
want an end to the war with
Iraq and a return of Iran to the
modern world, he maintained.
Lubrani said that a victory
for either side in the Iran-Iraq
war would be bad for Israel: an
Iranian victory would encour-
age the extremist Shiite Hiz-
bollah forces in Lebanon, and
an Iraqi victory — though
highly unlikely — would re-
present a great threat to Is-
rael's eastern front.

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