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February 19, 1988 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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last Sunday's New York
Times, the man who helped
arrange the only Arab-Israeli
peace treaty expresses sym-
pathy for the plight of the
Palestinians, who, he says, are
almost as upset with "other
powers that have failed to
change their perennial status
as outcasts and pariahs" as
they are with Israel. Carter
says that "without using ter-
rorism or armed struggle,
young Palestinians are ap-
pealing directly to the
conscience of the world. They
have preemptively attacked
Israel's most cherished
characteristic: its moral
fiber."
In the article, Carter does
not state any preconditions
for inviting the Soviets into
the process, nor does he say
whether the PLO should be
allowed to represent the
Palestinians in negotiations.

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journal published by the
American Jewish Committee.
Appointed — some would say
annointed — to the top post in
November 1986, Frankel
replaced A.M. Rosenthal, who
retired, and is now a colum-
nist. Frankel is generally
credited with bringing an air
of glasnost to the paper in the
wake of Rosenthal's ten-year
reign of fear, during which
the reputation and revenues
of the Times increased, but
reporters and editors felt that
a single mistake could end
their careers.
Estelle Gilson offers a
thorough portrait of Frankel's
long and distinguished career,
his attempt to create a
friendlier climate at the
Times by visiting the various
departments and shooting
the breeze with staffers, and
his defense of the paper's in-
tense coverage of Israel. "It
would get most of the atten-
tion it is getting if we didn't
have a single Jewish reader
or a Jewish editor," he says in
the interview. Frankel, who is
Jewish, says he considers
himself "a total supporter" of
Israel, and states that he
never had complaints from
Israelis or Israel.
The issue of Present Tense
also includes a thoughtful
essay by Rabbi Arthur Hertz-
berg on the changing rela-
tionship between American
Jews and Israel.

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