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September 25, 1987 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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HAVE A HEALTHY & PROSPEROUS

NEW YEAR

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1987

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n the threshold of the
New Year 5748, I ex-
tend to each of you
my best wishes for a healthy
and happy year.
On this day, we are not
only judged, but must also
judge ourselves. We must ask
ourselves whether we have
been true to the values we
treasure most as Jews. This
question has special meaning
to us, who are privileged to
live in Israel. Here, the past,
present and future of the
Jewish -people are closely in-
tertwined. Here, there is an
awareness of heritage, of
continuity, of shaping the
future.

Perhaps the most important
of these values is peace —
both with our neighbors and
among ourselves. Accordingly,
our primary goal in the com-
ing year must be the pursuit
of peace in the Middle East.
On this issue, Israel is not
divided, however different the
suggested means of achieving
it. The urgency of achieving
peace — due as much to
economic pressures as the
demographic dangers and the
threat of fundamentalism in
the Arab world — requires all
parties to the conflict to work
for the advancement of this
goal. To this end, we are
determined to explore every
avenue.
We begin this New Year
with a sense of optimism,
knowing that some of our
neighbors are coming more
and more to realize the ad-
vantages of peace, and the bit-
ter impoverishment of war.
This optimism has been fed
by our peace agreement with
Egypt, which has proven in-
valuable despite its shortcom-
ings; it has been encouraged
by a positive attitude on the
part of Jordan which, like
Israel, sincerely seeks the
path of negotiation. Today, as
never before, the interna-
tional atmosphere urges us to
spare no effort in our search
for peace in the region.
We begin this New Year
with no less a search for inter-
nal peace and tranquility,
working together to resolve
our differences. Here, too, pa-
tience and tolerance are
essential in building a society
based on pluralism and unity.
You can help us to achieve
this goal by coming to live
with us, joining us in our
homeland as full partners,
enriching us with your hopes,

Shimon Peres is Foreign
Minister and Vice Premier of
the State of Israel.

your abilities, your know-
ledge.
Yet, with all these prob-
lems, we are confident that
the year ahead will be one of
new initiatives, of advance-
ment towards the achieve-
ment of our most cherished
goals. Following the success-
ful battle with inflation, we
must continue our pursuit of
economic stability, economic
growth and economic inde-
pendence. Here, I believe, the
answer lies in the develop-
ment of advanced technology
and science-based industry, as
a challenge to our youth.
Our thoughts and hearts go
out to the Jews in the Soviet
Union, to whom we send a
message of solidarity,
together with the hope that
the gates will soon be opened
and that we will be able to
welcome you among us. We
pray also for the freedom of
our brethren still in Ethiopia,
Iran and Syria, and for their
speedy passage to our
homeland.
To the Jews of the free
world, with whom we share
the responsibility and satis-
faction of the ingathering of
our people and the develop-
ment of our land, we express
our deep appreciation for your
efforts of the past year, and
our hope that, through our
joint- efforts, the New Year
will be crowned with even
greater success.

i'mwimml NEWS 1•1•••••• ■

Saudi Arms
Decision Denied

Washington (JTA) — The
State Department denied
Tuesday that any decision has
been made on a sale of arms
to Saudi Arabia.

"There have been no final
decisions made," Phyllis

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