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February 19, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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I OPINION

Come Buy a Car From My DADDY!
See LARRY KAPLAN

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

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(313) 355-1000

Leader's Concern

Continued from Page 7

(313) 355-6414

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

10

CAVI IN ON
THE SAVING

This Offer is thru
GMAC Financing

ATTENTION:

COLLEGE GRADUATES

Air. auto., AM/FM stereo, tiles, bdy. side mldgs., elec.
r w. def. Stock No. 447

List
Unbeatable Discount
Winter Cash Rebate

$12,990
—$1,572
—$750

NOW $ 10,6

NEW '88 BERETTA
2 DR. COUPE /0-
6, I•Plk
4 ,101
06;
' "

NEW 1988 CORSICA
4 DR.
SEDAN



List

5 spd.. front & rear mats.
Stk. No. 1496.

Unbeatable Discount
Import Owner Cash
Winter Cash Rebate

$8608
—$613
—$600

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NOW $6795 *.

54 Available at similar savings

PI. 1.

List
Unbeatable Discount
Winter Cash Rebate

N OW

$10,362
—S1,229
—$410
—$600

Pwr. locks, tinted glass. A/C. auto. trans. Stk. No. 1103.

List
Unbeatable Discount
Saver Package
Winter Cash Rebate

$11,596 •
$1,401
—$820
—$600

NOW $8123"

NOW $8775 *

NEW SPECTRUM
EXPRESS 2 DR. PUB COUPE

NEW '88 CELEBRITY
4 DR. SEDAN

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NEW '88 CAVALIER
2 DR. COUPE

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Save Pkg. Discount
Winter Cash Rebate

$400 REBATE or
90 DAY DELAY PAYMENTS
BUY OR LEASE

ALSO SPECIAL FINANCING RATES
This Offer is thru GMAC Financing

Available at similar savings

NEW NOVA 4 DR. SEDAN

Any students receiving a Bachelors
Degree or better within the last calendar
year, can receive the best buy in town
on a new Chevrolet car or truck.

37 Available at similar savings

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$8918
—$823
—$400

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1.5L ' 4 -2-80L., 5-speed manual trans.. P155/809-13
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Winter Cash Rebate

$6785
—$300
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NOW $5985*

A4ailable at similar savings

Pwr. door locks. elec. r.w. clef., a, 2.5L EA L4. auto.
trans.. P185/759-14 ALS S/8. Stk. No. 825.

List
Unbeatable Discount
Winter Cash Rebate

$12,633
—$1,857
—$750

NOW $ 1 0,0

35 Available at similar savings

'Plus tax, tide, destination, offer expires February 29, 1988.

28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile
at 1-696

355-1000

LOOK, SHOP, GET YOUR BEST DEAL, BUT DON'T
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1988

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the UN Partition in 1947;
from Israel's offer to
repatriate 100,000 Palestine
refugees after the War of In-
dependence to her plea to
King Hussein not to join
Egypt and Syria in the 1967
war; from the offer of "ter-
ritory for peace" after that
war to the Arab League's
declaration at Khartoum —
no recognition, no negotia-
tion, no peace with Israel — to
the sacrifices you made in
securing peace with Egypt,
your record of seeking peace
is extraordinary and we have
presented it with pride to our
fellow Americans.
We also know that the cur-
rent manifestations in the
territories, as much as they
are an expression of despair,
anger, and frustration, are
not benign. The words that
accompany the stones,
Molotov cocktails, and knives
bear the same intolerance
and hatred that has brought
the Arabs to wage war and
terrorism on you.
We understand that you
regard this new cycle of
violence as an attack on
Israel's national security and
that these attacks must be
stopped — that tranquility
and civil order must be
restored. Indeed, most
Americans, including those in
government and other in-
fluential circles, understand
this and are genuinely sym-
pathetic to Israel's dilemma.
But the images projected
from Israel have been harsh.
Because we identify so close-
ly with you, it has been hard
for many American Jews to
accept that Israel must
sometimes confront rocks and
firebombs with lethal fire, or,
in a way even worse, with the
butt end of a rifle.
We do not expect you to be
nice in order to satisfy some
of our illusions about Israel,
but we do expect a certain
level of decency from a coun-
try whose fortunes are so in-
tertwined with ours. There
are some forms that are in-
trinsically intolerable and
should be unacceptable in the
kind of humane society Israel
has always sought to be.
While we trust that the ex-
cesses are behind us, we have
no illussions about the future.
What the Palestinians have
done and the disruptive
power they have now
discovered should hardly in-
crease your confidence (or
ours) that they are ready to
embrace peaceful coexistence
with Israel. Yet the fact that
the Palestinians have at last
found their own voice, even if
it does echo the sterile and
uncompromising fulmina-
tions of the PLO, may begin
the process of freeing them

from the Arab mythology of
perpetual martyrdom.
Perhaps out of this raw and
bitter confrontation they will
discover that they can and
must take responsibility for
themselves and that the Arab
states have been cynically
manipulating and betraying
them for their own purposes.
How healthy it would be if the
Palestinians would translate
their explosive energies into
coherent political goals and
realistic demands, which
Israel has always proclaimed
its readiness to negotiate.
Will the Palestinians draw
these lessons? I don't know.
But, in any case, that is only
half of the equation. How will

We do expect a
certain level of
decency from a
country whose
fortunes are so
intertwined with
ours.

these events — perhaps these
new realities — be interpreted
by you, the people of Israel?
How will they affect the rigid
positions, the paralyzed peace
proposals?
The answers to these ques-
tions are no more apparent to
me than those I pose about
the Palestinians. I would
observe, though that the cur-
rent situation has, at least for
the moment, reopened these
issues. Sensing this in our
conversation with our govern-
ment's highest leaders, we
are encouraged by their grow-
ing sense of pragmatism.
Something fundamental has
changed, they say: The situa-
tion will never be the same
again.
We hope and trust that this
realism will translate itself
into new ideas and an emerg-
ing consensus on the future of
the territories. That depends
not on us and not on the good
offices of the U.S government.
It depends on you.
As you begin this national
reassessment, remember that
we continue to interpret your
agony and dilemma to our
community, to the mass
media and to our elected
government officials in the
most effective and sym-
pathetic manner we can. But
our ability to do this will de-
pend on the vigor and dedica-
tion with which you approach
the hard question of how
Israel and its people will
relate to the three-quarters-
of-a-million Arabs who are
your co-equals as citizens of
Israel and the 1.4 million
more whose fate is so in-
timately tied to yours.

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