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May 06, 1988 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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RODNICK
BROS.

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"Since 1940"

Survivors

Continued from Page 5

that the group felt American
Jews in the 1930s did not do
enough to prevent the
Holocaust and "we don't want
to do the same thing to
Israel." He said the Arabs
have a different concept of
peace in the Middle East —
"They don't just want the
West Bank" — and Israel's
Labor Party has a mistaken
belief that all American Jews
support an international
peace conference.
"We rhetorically ask you
and your colleagues in the
United States Senate
whether you truly and
realistically expect peace to
magically occur if the West
Bank and Gaza are given over
to the Palestinians," the sur-
vivors wrote.
"In 1947 and 1948, they
were not satisfied with a
United Nations' partition
that gave them even more
land. For nearly 20 years no
attempts were even con-
templated for the creation of
a Palestinian state despite
Arab occupation of the
territory.
"Even today, not even one
`front-line' Arab country (save
Egypt), let alone any major
Palestinian group, has public-
ly stated Israel has a right to
exist. How then, can you de-
mand Israel negotiate with
elements whose primary pur-
pose is their complete and
total destruction?"

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The Labor Zionist Council
has adopted a resolution call-
ing for President Reagan to
pardon Jonathan and Anne
Pollard. The vote to support
the couple came at a meeting
April 26 of the local Labor
Zionist umbrella group.
Jonathan Pollard is serving
a life sentence for passing
U.S. military secrets to Israel.
Anne Pollard is serving a five-
year sentence as an accessory.
The council also submitted
two resolutions on the Arab-
Israeli conflict for its
members' consideration. Both
proposals call for mutual
recogniton between Arabs
and Israelis, and support an
international peace con-
ference and the land-for-peace
option.
One resolution, submitted
by local members, calls on
Israel to "accept the possibili-
ty of an independent,
demilitarized Palestinian
state within the West Bank
and Gaza." The second resolu-
tion, adopted at a recent
Labor Zionist national con-
vention, does not mention a
Palestinian state as an
option.

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