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April 08, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-08

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gone to the United States
recently to meet with the
secretary of state. "Brother
strugglers," announced the
Al-Quds radio station on
March 3. "Hanna Siniora and
Fayiz Abu Rahmah have
returned to their suspect ac-
tivities. Just as the Zionist
enemy arranged their earlier
trip to Washington to meet
'with Shultz during the cir-
cumstances prevailing in our
homeland, talks are now
under way behind the scenes
. . . to prepare a meeting bet-
ween them on the one hand
and Shultz on the other dur-
ing his second shuttle tour."
The station rejected such
dialogue as an attempt to
"tighten the U.S. noose
around the neck of our peo-
ple's uprising."
As a result of the PLO's in-
timidation, no Palestinian
responded to Mr. Shultz's in-
vitation to a meeting with
him during his visit, even
though the venue was the
American Colony Hotel in
Arab east Jerusalem.
While there continues to be
debate as to the extent to
which the initial demonstra-
tions were spontaneous and
locally generated, the PLO
immediately endorsed and
encouraged the spread of the
uprising. Thus already on
Dec. 10, Radio Baghdad
broadcast a message from
Arafat calling upon the
population in the territories
to "intensify the blows to the
occupying enemy."
He also called on the Arabs
within the State of Israel to
join the rebellion: "0 heroic
sons of the Gaza Strip, 0 pro-
ud sons of the (West) Bank, 0
heroic sons of the Galilee, 0
steadfast sons of the Negev:
. . . the fires of our revolution
against these Zionist invaders
will not fade out . . . until our
land — all of our land — has
been liberated from these
usurping invaders."
The leaders of the uprising
have toed the PLO line in op-
position to the American
peace initiative. Thus, for ex-
ample, the Feb. 3 communi-
que of the "Unified National
Command of the Uprising"
attacked "the plots (that) are
still being woven by
American imperialism, which
hires collaborators in the
region to nullify the
achievements of the uprising
through defeatist programs
for a solution . . . We stress
our opposition to (Egyptian
President) Mubarak's
scheme, to the attempts of the
Jordanian regime and its ser-
vants, and to the emissary of
(U.S.) imperialism . . . who are
going forth against our
legitimate leadership to dic-
tate to it defeatist conditions,

such as the acceptance of
(U.N. Security Council)
Resolution 242."
If the secular leaders of the
uprising have been rejecting
attempts at peacemaking in
rousing revolutionary
rhetoric, the Islamic fun-
damentalist factions of the
uprising have been resorting
to virulent anti-Semitic in-
citement. "These are the
Jews, the brothers of
monkeys, the prophet
murderers, blooksuckers and
warmongers," screamed a
flyer from the Islamic
Resistance Movement on Jan.
8.
"Do not let the blood of our
dead be spilled in vain, but
turn each drop of blood into a
firebomb and a time-bomb
and an explosive device which
will tear the Jews apart .. .
Let the whole world hear that
the Moslem Palestinian peo-
ple rejects all solutions of
capitulation and rejects the
international conference for it
does not restore to our people
their rights," the flyer
continued.
Influenced by their Iranian
and Lebanese counterparts,
as well as clandestine opposi-
tion groups in Egypt, the
Palestinian Islamic fun-
damentalists base their agita-
tion to destroy Israel on
religious dogma. To them, all
of Palestine must be returned
to the "Islamic space."
Islamic Jihad on Jan. 9
warned that it would burn or
destroy the car or store of
anyone who did not submit to
their general strike orders. It
called for martyrs in the ho-
ly struggle against Israel. It
concluded its appeal: "Yes to
jihad (Holy War) — until the
liberation of Palestine — all of
Palestine!
It is clearly illusory to pin
hopes for peace on the PLO.
Its continuing resort to ter-
rorist actions pose a serious
threat not merely to in-
dividual Israelis but to
American efforts to achieve a
comprehensive and lasting
peace.

NEWS

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2nd Israeli
Gets 'Transplant

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The heart
of a 20-year-old man killed in
a road accident in Haifa was
transplanted Monday into the
body of a 45-year-old Ramla
resident in the country's se-
cond heart transplant at
Hadassah Hospital in
Jerusalem.
Yaacov Goldfarb was
reported Tuesday morning to
be doing well after the four-
hour operation.

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