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November 13, 1987 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-13

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Herzog Meets Reagan,
Addresses Congress

tion was adopted in Australia
before his state visit there.
The Senate resolution
adopted Oct. 24 was introduc-
ed by Sen. Daniel Moynihan
(D-NY), who was the United
States ambassador to the UN,
when the anti-Zionism resolu-
tion was adopted. Herzog was
Israel's UN ambassador at
the time.
The House resolution, in-
troduced by Reps. Hamilton
Fish and Benjamin Gilman
(both R-NY), was adopted
Monday by a 394-0 vote.

Chaim Herzog:
Remembering anniversaries

Washington (JTA) — Israel
President Chaim Herzog
marked the first state visit by
a president of Israel to the
United States by reciting the
traditional Jewish prayer of
shehecheyanu at the White
House ceremony preceding
his hour-long meeting with
President Reagan Tuesday.
Both presidents noted that
Tuesday was the anniversary
of Kristallnacht when, on
Nov. 10, 1938, Jewish
synagogues, schools, homes
and stores were attacked by
the Nazis in Germany and
what Reagan called the
"obscene" resolution equating
Zionism with racism adopted
by the United Nations Gener-
al Assembly on Nov. 10, 1975.
The two presidents also
took note that this November
is also the 10th anniversary
of the Egyptian President An-
war Sadat's trip to Jerusalem
which led to the Israel-Egypt
peace treaty signed at the
White House Sept. 17, 1978.
Later in the day, Herzog ad-
dressed a joint sesion of
Congress.
Herzog thanked Congress
for adopting a resolution urg-
ing the United States to sup-
port efforts to get the UN to
rescind the Zionism is racism
resolution. A similar resolu-

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