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ed for is an honest recognition
of the problem. The problem
is not Arabs clambering for
another state. That is a result
of our not defining our ex-
istence properly in the first
place. The problem is just that
— defining the Jewish State.
If it is racism to preserve our
people then so be it. But no
one can deny that the func-
tion of the Jewish State was
and is, first and foremost, to
preserve the Jewish people.
This was the very basis for
which the world accepted the
creation of Israel.
In our paranoic fear of
world opinion, we attempted
to integrate the purpose of
the U.S., a home for all
freedom loving peoples,
together with ours, a home for
the Jewish people. Yet by
declaring this extra goal,
which on the surface seems
very noble, we opened the way
to our extinction.
It is true that Jews as well
as many other minorities live
in peace and security in the
U.S. Perhaps if the situation
was identical democracy
could work here, but it is far
from identical. Islam, by its
very nature, cannot tolerate
Jewish sovereignty on what it
deems as Arab soil. And in
this part of the world, there
are basically two peoples who
wish to make their homes

here — Arabs and Jews. Thus,
when you look at the over-
whelming difference in
numbers, it becomes evident
that Arabs will have no pro-
blem in using democracy as
an effective weapon to destroy
the Jewish State. What our
fathers failed to address
themselves to back in 1948
we are paying for today in the
beginning of a growing
revolution in which we are
painted as the oppressors.
There is a solution, if we
but have the courage to admit
our mistakes of the past and
begin to rectify them:
First we must correct the
definition of who is an Israeli.
Israel is and has always been
the Jewish State. Therefore, it
is only logical that its citizens
all be Jewish. Non-Jews who
wish to live here peacefully
with all human rights ex-
cluding those of citizenship
and who accept Jewish
sovereignty should be permit-
ted to do so. Secondly, any
non-Jew here who advocates
acts deemed hostile to the na-
tion by the courts should be
immediately expelled.
If the Israeli government
had the courage to enact such
legislation, there would be a
rapid reduction of tension in-
side of Israel and the kind of
stability which would further
the cause of peace.

NEWS I

500 Protest 'Biased'
ABC News Coverage

New York — More than 500
demonstrators protested in
front of ABC headquarters
here last week against what
they consider one-sided press
coverage of the State of Israel
during the current unrest in
the administered territories.
Carrying signs demanding
the news media to "show vic-
tims of Arab terrorism" and
asking "Where's the media
when Jewish mothers bury
their young?" the protestors
accused the media of placing
the Palestinians in the role of
underdog.
Dr. Kenneth Kelner, presi-
dent of the Manhattan
Chapter of the Zionist
Organization of America and
organizer of the rally, objected
to portrayals that Israel is
"unjustifiably occupying the
territories it won in the
1967-Six Day War and for no
reason is using violence
against the Arab inhabitants
who only want to live in
peaceful independence."
In particular, the protesters
condemned a recent ABC's
World News Tonight, when
anchor Peter Jennings corn-

pared Israel with South
Africa in connection with the
disturbances in the Gaza
Strip and West Bank.
The Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith com-
plained about the report in a
letter to ABC News President
Roone Arledge. But Kelner,
who organized the rally
before the Jennings report,
charged that the media in
general, and not just ABC,
hides biased coverage behind
double-standard reporting in
the statement "We expect
more of Israel." At the rally,
ZOA distributed a fact sheet
detailing other one-sided and
inaccurate broadcasts by the
CBS, NBC, ABC and CNN
television networks.

Scholar Named

New York — Leonard Fein,
former editor and publisher of
Moment magazine, has been
named the first scholar-in-
residence at the Religious Ac-
tion Center of Reform
Judaism in Washington, D.C.

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