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January 15, 1988 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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Happy Birthday
GAIL NEMER #1 MOM

cessive violence on the part of
the U.S. to bomb Libya, kill-
ing dozens of civilians, in
retaliation for the bombing of
a West German disco where
an American was killed? Or
to invade Grenada with 22
warships and 15,000
American soldiers — does
anyone remember why?

What Israel Should Do:

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Guy in L.A.
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When Egypt
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1. Prime Minister Shamir
should have met with, rather
than stonewalled, the visiting
United Nations observer and
seized the opportunity to
make his case, in front of the
world press, as to why Israel
is seeking to maintain civil
order. In the future he should
take advantage of every
chance to explain Israel's
goals.
2. Israel should declare her
desire to relinquish control of
the Gaza Strip, and request
that Egypt resume governing
the territory. When Egypt
refuses, offer Gaza to Jordan.
Let the world see that the
Arab states refuse to "rescue"
their Palestinian brothers.

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3. Israel should ask Arab
leaders: If we were to give up
Gaza and the West Bank,
would you be satisfied? What
about the Galilee — how is
Jewish settlement there any
more acceptable than Jewish
settlement in the West Bank?
4. Israel should distribute
to all foreign correspondents
copies of Ze'ev Chafets's book,

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Press Distorts America's View
Of The Middle East. The book

describes and explains the
subtleties and inherent bias
of press coverage in the
region, and provides food for
thought for those in the
media.
5. Israel should stress the
fact that many of the pro-
testing young Arabs in Gaza
are being goaded on by their
religious leaders as part of a
growing Islamic fundamen-
talist climate. There is even
less sympathy in the U.S. for
such extremism than there is
for the PLO's brand of
political extremism.
6. Israel should have its
Consul Generals around the
U.S. respond, through letters
to the editor and op-ed ar-
ticles, to the press coverage in
the major dailies. They should
point out Israel's case and
stress the need to bring the
Arab leadership to a peace
table to resolve their dif-
ferences with Israel, as Egypt
has done.

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