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April 10, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-10

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Agronsky Attacks
`Israeli Spymasters'

Veteran journalist Martin
Agronsky delivered a sca-
thing attack on Israeli lead-
ers and "Israeli spymasters"
for exploiting the Zionism of
Jonathan Pollard, covering
up their likely roles in the af-
fair and putting American
Jewry in a dilemma over
dual loyalties.
Agronsky, the keynote
speaker at last week's Israel
Histadrut tribute to Leon S.
Cohan at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, criticized Israeli lead-
ers . for "acting in a familiar
way — practicing cover up,"
claiming that those responsi-
ble for dealing with Pollard
could not have acted without
direction from the Israeli
government's top echelon.
And by failing to unde-
stand the ramifications of
Pollard being caught, the Is-
raelis placed American Jews
in an unhappy position —
being questioned about their
loyalties to America and Is-
rael, according to Agronsky.
He added that the Pollard af-
fair brings to a head the fact
that American Jews' first
loyalty is to their own coun-
try, but they can have a
different and special loyalty
to another country — Israel.
Agronsky's comments
triggered a rebuttal from
Eliezer Rafaeli, executive
vice president of the National
Committee for Labor Israel,
who followed Agronsky to the
podium to present Cohan
/--" with Histadrut's Menorah
Award, commemorating the
erection of an auditorium at
the Amal School in Safed in
memory of Cohan's parents.
Rafaeli asked the approx-
imately 500 in attendance to
regard Israel as a friend,
"even if we make a mistake."
He said the mind-set of Israel
is one of paranoia and loneli-
ness and explains, in part,
some of its actions in the Pol-
lard affair.
Pollard, an American
Naval analyst who confessed
to selling U.S. military in-
formation to Israel, recently
received a life sentence for
his activities.

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