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February 19, 1988 - Image 48

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aifa — Because the
leftist and liberal
elements in Israel
have been so articulate and so
vociferous, and because they
enjoy a near monopoly on the
local media, there has been a
mistaken impression that
Israel's intellectuals — in
literature, the arts and the
academic world — are all
leftists.
Some years ago, an attempt
was made to -isssue a weekly
news magazine, Yo man
Hashavua, to provide a vehi-
cle for expression of views to
the right of center, and for
reportage not slanted by
labor, socialist or anti-
religious bias. It lasted only a
couple of years. A quarterly,
known as Ha-Umma, is now
in its 25th year, but it has had
only an esoteric appeal, and
has failed to grapple in lively
manner with the living issues
of the day.
A new attempt is now being
made, but this time it is a
serious, high-level journal, ap-
pearing bimonthly, and ob-
viously modeled on the
American Commentary, both
in format and in content. It is
entitled Nativ, which may be
variously translated as
"way", "path", "course" or
"direction?'
The first issue gives pro-
mise of and exciting and
stimulating new contribution
to Israel's political/social
literature. The words "right"
or "conservative" appear
nowhere in the masthead or
in the - statement of editorial
principles, but there is no
mistaking the direction and
intent of the producers.
The editorial board is com-
posed of distinguished names
which for the most part may
not be familiar overseas, but
are recognized in Israel for
their activist views on
Zionism. Among them are
Prof. Paul Eidelberg, Dr.
Israel Eldad, Prof. Yoseph
Ben Shlomo, Gen Rechavam
Zeevi, Shmuel Katz, Prof.
Yuval Ne'eman, Prof. Harel
Fisch and Naomi Frenkel.
Not included are any official
spokesmen of religious
circles, or unbridled ex-
tremists like Rabbi Kahane.
The publication committee
includes Dr. Reuben Hecht,
Dr. Uzi Landau, and Dr. Yosef
Mirelman, among others.
Editor is Arie Stay.
Volume One, Number One,
contains 70 pages of articles
in Hebrew, nine pages of

Shmuel Katz: Pollard and the
Lavi.

English summaries, and a
few pages of advertisements,
certainly not yet enough to
assure financial stability.
A quick review of solid
and well-written articles in
the first issue of Nativ gives
clear indication of a stalwart
challenge to both the bohe-
mian and intellectual left in
Israel.
Moshe Zak, former editor of
Maariv, writes on the propos-
ed international conference
and publishes for the first
time the text of the
"Understanding" secretly
reached between Shimon
Peres and the government of
Jordan, an understanding
which has been rejected both
by Israel and the U.S., and
has apparently since been
abandoned by King Hussein
as well. Perhaps the most im-
portant element in the agree-
ment was that for the first
time it provided an opening
for active participation by the
Soviet Union in Middle
Eastern affairs.
In another article, Shmuel
Katz sees American pressure
on Israel to abandon the Lavi
aircraft as part of a pattern to
limit Israel's strength — the
same pattern as the decision
in Washington to withhold in-
telligence information from
Israel, which led to the
Pollard affair.
Prof. Harel Fisch comments
on state-supported art, which
is monopolized by the left,
and notes that public funds
are used to present self-
hating plays like Sobol's A
Jewish Soul — but the ex-
tremist theater in Israel
would never dream of produc-
ing a positive play in which a
character like Sharansky was
the hero.
Aron Pappo describes how
state television in Israel has
been captured by so-called

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