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March 04, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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LARRY KAPLAN

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Continued from Page 6

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and blame the consequences
on Israel in the unholy halls
of the sympathetic world
assemblage.
According to Victoria Toen-
sing, the deputy assistant at-
torney general, "a lot of
money is being collected (by
the PLO) in the U.S. and (is)
destined for terrorist
organizations and it is often
laundered, thus making it dif-
ficult to target."
It is true that individual
PLO mission members have
not committed terrorism in
the U.S., but they represent a
well-organized group that
does not want peace nor does
it encourage it. They repre-
sent terrorists who have com-
mitted and are committing
terrorist acts. The mission

m

will propagandize the PLO's
demands for an independent
Palestinian Arab state with
Jerusalem as its capital. It
will agitate against any com-
promise in accepting UN
resolution 242 and 338 or in
renouncing terrorism —
which it calls euphemistical-
ly "its armed struggle
against the Zionist enemy's
criminal and terrorist acts."
These actions, the refusal to
have direct and meaningful
negotiations, are against the
national interests of the
United States. It is against
the will of Congress. It is an
abuse of U.S. hospitality. The
PLO observer mission in New
York must be closed.

Louis Panush

Southfield

''''' immimim°1OPINION 1

Ethiopian Jews

Continued from Page 7

people concerned about
human rights, but not a word
was mentioned about the
Jews of Ethiopia.
I understand the politics for
the oversight in that case, but
I do not understand why the
Jewish community has not
seen fit to organize a rally of
even 20 people on behalf of
the Ethiopian Jews.
The notion that the Ethio-
pian government is immune
to public opinion is no excuse.
Truth be told, the Soviets do
not listen to American Jews
either. They respond to
American overtures on trade
and arms control, but no one
is calling for silence on the
Soviet Jewry issue.
When the United Jewish

11 ■■•■•■

Appeal mounted its Opera-
tion Moses fund-raising drive
in late "1985, newspaper
advertisements compared the
plight of the Ethiopian Jews
with that of European Jews in
the 1940s. "It is as if we had
the opportunity to save Jews
from Auschwitz," we were
told. The American Jewish
community responded over-
whelmingly, but Operation
Moses ended three years ago.
To stretch UJA's own
analogy, the ovens have not
stopped burning. Do we have
to wait until we see the pic-
tures of fly-ridden Ethiopian
children with distended
bellies on television before we
will act again?

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

INEWS I

Schmidt Disclosed
His Jewish Origins

Paris (JTA) — Former
French President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing, in his new-
ly published memoirs, writes
that he was he was stunned
when then-West German
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt
related he had a Jewish
grandfather, a fact he hid
from the Nazis and then the
general public after World
War II.

According to the story,
Schmidt's grandfather, a
Jewish banker in northern
Germany in the late 19th cen-
tury, fathered an illegitimate
son, Gustav, who, in turn,
later fathered Helmut, who
was born in 1918. Nothing is

known of Gustav's mother.
Gustav was adopted by a
Christian couple named
Schmidt, but was aware of his
Jewish origin.

Book Notes
Resistance

Washington — The rarely
told story of Jews' resistance
to the Nazi occupation of
European countries —
especially Poland — has been
published by B'nai B'rith.
Entitled "Fighters Among
the Ruins: the Story of Jewish
Heroism During World War
II," it was written specifical-
ly for young people.

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