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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-03

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Peace

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Judea, Samaria and Gaza as
imperative to Israel's safety,
as well as to the strategic in-
terests of the United States.
Stripped of the territories
captured in the 1967 war,
Israel would be left a
vulnerable nine miles wide in
some areas, Puder maintain-
ed. An AFSI brochure
declared, "Whoever controls
the hills of Samaria controls
Israel."
The group absolutely op-
poses the Reagan Ad-
ministration's Middle
Eastern policy, formulated in
1982 and known as the
Reagan Plan. This policy
calls for Israel to relinquish
control of portions of Judea,
Samaria and Gaza and to
make Jerusalem negotiable
— in other words, return
Israel's borders to the 1949
cease-fire lines, according to
ASFI.
Territorial compromise,
as propounded by Israel's
Labor Party is a misnomer,
Puder commented. "You need
two to tango; there's no will-
ingness on the (Arab) side. I
simply do not believe in the
humanity of the Arab world."
Dividing the Jewish
debate over the destiny of the
territories into a dichotomy
between "Jewish par-
ticularism" and "secular
universalism," Puder warned
of the danger of the latter
perspective. "Theirs is a uto-
pian view of life which wishes
to believe in the peaceful in-
tentions of the Arabs and
their humanity . . . It ignores,
however, the reality of Arab
intolerance, hostility and
belief that not only Judea and
Samaria belong to the Arab
patrimony, but Tel Aviv, Sa-
vyon and Haifa as well."
According to AFSI, the
Islamic agenda is bent on the
annihilation of the State of
Israel. A brochure distributed
by the Detroit chapter
elaborates on the group's
belief: "Should the Arab
states each time they attack
and fail be given another
chance to try again until they
finally succeed? They con-
sider all of Israel 'occupied
territory.' "
Territorial concessions
have never been conducive to
peace, Puder asserted. "In '79
we returned Sinai — no
peace."
Puder cited the Holocaust
as an example of why Jews
must focus on self-interest."I
know where we were 40 to 50
years ago: in Auschwitz. If we
can't defend ourselves, no one
will. Any sort of territorial
concession (amounts to) being
loaded into the trains headed
for one destination: doom."
Personal experience has
equally shaped Puder's view-

point. Until the reunification
of Jerusalem in 1967, he felt
cut off from his Jewish
heritage. In a recently com-
posed article reflecting on the
Six-Day War, Puder describ-
ed the emotional element of
the victory: "The tears of joy
. . . to belong to a generation
which lived to see the libera-
tion of Jerusalem, were mix-
ed with anger at the insult
heaped upon this venerated
site by the Jordanians as if to
humiliate the Jews by
desecrating the holiest site of
Judaism."
Puder objects to the terms
"West Bank" and "occupied
territory." He explained, "the
cradle of our civilization is
Judea and Samaria," and
called such terminology a
"desecration of Jewish
history. "
AFSI also argues that before

"They are
Jordanian
citizens . . . the
word 'exile' is
not appropriate."

1948, a "Palestinian"
signified a Jew, not an Arab.
Americans for a Safe
Israel dismisses the question
of ArabPalestinian
homelessness. "Jordan is
Palestine,"said Hymie
Cutler, director of the Detroit
chapter of AFSI. "It's four
times the size of the area to
the west of the Jordan River
and half the population" and
could more easily absorb all
Palestinians, Cutler
explained.
As for the question of how
to solve the Arab refugee pro-
blem created by the 1948 and
1967 Arab-Israeli Wars, AF-
SI urges the support of an
economic development plan
for "Arab Palestine, the
Kingdom of Jordan" to
replace the 28 United
Nations-supported refugee
camps whose purpose is to
"keep the Arab-Israel conflict
festering and to provide for
an eventual takeover of
Israel."
Asked about Rabbi Meir
Kahane's proposal of the forc-
ed exile of Arabs from Israel,
Puder responded, "They're
currently Jordanian citizens
. the word exile is not ap-
propriate here. If an Arab
who lives in Judea and
Samaria goes back to Jordan,
he's actually back to the
country which gave him his
passport."
Disputing
the
demographic prediction that
the population of the territory
west of the Jordan River will
soon be predominantly Arab,

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