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July 24, 1987 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-24

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many controversial issues ex-
amined and debated by 500
members of the seven-year-old
Jewish organization with
positions to the left of the
U.S. Jewish mainstream.
NJA's five national task
forces presented strategy
papers that will set the

organization's course for the
next two years. A key strata-
gem is to form alliances for
political change. For the first
time, NJA took up the issue
of Soviet Jewry. Delegates
agreed that NJA must be-
come active on behalf of
rights in the Soviet Union.

Arab-Jewish Business
Group Goes Public

A group of prominent
American, Jewish and Arab
citizens urged the U.S.
government last week to sup-
port an international con-
ference for Middle East peace
because failure to grasp the
current opportunity could en-
danger world peace.
That warning was contain-
ed in a statement released by
The Business's Group for
Middle East Peace and
Development at a press con-
ference in New York, accor-
ding to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. The
group, whose members have
close ties to Israel and the
Arab world, has been working
quietly for the past five years
to advance the Middle East
peace process and promote
the economic development of
the region, particularly the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
The members include Na-
jeeb Halaby, former chairman
of Pan American Airlines,
whose daughter, Queen Noor,
is the wife of King Hussein of
Jordan; Howard Squadron, a
New York attorney and
former chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions; and former Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance. Vance
noted at the press conference
that he is the only group
member who is neither
Jewish nor Arab.
He said the group is mak-
ing its views public because
developments in recent
months have created an op-
portunity to bring together
the parties to the Middle East
dispute. "If this opportunity
is not grasped, there is a
danger that peace in the Mid-
dle East and the world will be
shattered," he said.
The group agreed that a
peace conference should be
convened without precondi-
tions and that the Soviet
Union should have a part in
it. Vance and Squadron
disagreed over participation
by the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Vance, stressing that he
spoke for himself, said the
PLO should be included if it
renounces violence and ac-
cepts United Nations Securi-

Howard Squadron: Now is the
time for peace conference.

ty Council Resolutions 242
and 338, which imply recogni-
tion of Israel.
Squadron, also speaking for
himself, said that in view of
the PLO's radicalization at
the Palestine National Coun-
cil in Algiers earlier this year,
its participation should be
ruled out.

EEC To Resume
Ties With Syria

Brussels (JTA) — The
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) will resume
high-level diplomatic rela-
tions with Syria, suspended
last November after the
Syrian Embassy in London
was linked to a terrorist at-
tempt to blow up an Israeli
airliner in London, it was
reported last week.
The decision was taken by
the Foreign Ministers of the
12 EEC member states atten-
ding the European Political
Cooperation conference in
Copenhagen. But other EEC-
imposed sanctions against
Syria will remain in effect for
the time being. These include
an embargo on arms deliver-
ies, freezing of EEC aid and
surveillance of Syrian
diplomatic activities and
Syrian airlines.

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