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June 05, 1987 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-05

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There Will Be An Annual Meeting

of the

JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE

and

COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
for the purpose of electing officers

Reclaim the Land!

A Zionist Responsibility

on June 10, 1987 from 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m.

at

after so many years of vul-
nerability, behave cynically."
Indeed, Friedman says, "for
some people, there is some-
thing almost satisfying about
catching the Jewish state be-
having improperly. It is a bit
like catching one's Sunday
school teacher in an indiscre-
tion. This may explain both the
shock and relish with which
many news organizations have
reported Israel's role in ship-
ping arms to Iran, a country
suspected of being deeply in-
volved in international ter-
rorism."
But this does not explain the
intensity, if not actual venom,
which marks so much of the
coverage of Israel both here
and abroad. Israel's most con-
sistent and vigorous critics in
the Western media are the lib-
eral organs which once were
the most outspoken supporters
of the Zionist vision. In Brit-
ain, Israel's most caustic critic
currently is the Guardian,
once the country's foremost
advocate of a Jewish home-
land.
In this country, the far left
exults in Israel's difficulties
over its Iranian entanglement.
One reason Friedman cites
for the intensity of the spot-
light on Israel is the Israel at-
tempt to project itself on the
world map, to assume the role
of a major power. This, he says,
has its root in insecurity "and,
at times, in a bit of
megalomania" and to Israel's
self-perception as representa-
tive of the Jews of the world
which leads it to involvement
in the affairs of nations with
sizeable Jewish communities.
But another factor is that the
leaders of Israel in its early
stages included men and
women who had played a role
in the countries of their origin,
who had been active on the
European scene before they
made aliyah and whose out-
look was basically cosmopoli-
tan rather than narrowly
nationalistic. Among members
of Israel's first government
were men who had served in
European governments and
parliaments.
The world, quite properly,
holds Israel, the people of the
Book, to higher standards of
moral conduct than it does
Syria, as, indeed, do the Is-
raelis themselves but, as Jean
Amery noted bitterly, it de-
mands too much. From a public
opinion that "from the far left
to the far right to peoples' self-
determination" he insisted
that the Jews have the right to
expect "recognition of the fact
that the much maligned
Zionism is also a national lib-
eration movement, that the
Jews, too, the most martyred,
most tragic people in the world,
have a right to their national
identity."
They also have the right to
be dealt with honestly and ob-
jectively in the free world
media.

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