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June 03, 1988 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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Kosinski Speaks
For Israel

New York (JTA) — Novelist
Jerzy Kosinski abandoned his
role as moderator of a Middle
East peace debate to make an
uncharacteristically strong
statement of identification
with Israel, based on his
Jewish roots and his ex-
perience as a Holocaust
survivor.
As a result, Kosinski swung
a panel of writers who were
meeting to discuss the unrest
in the administered ter-
ritories' firmly to the right.
"When it comes to being a
Jew or Israel, I can't be
reasonable," Kosinski told au-
dience members at a public
forum sponsored by Writers
and Artists for Peace in the
Middle East, at New York's
Park Avenue Armory.
"I have seen in four years of
my life one-third of all those
who I could feasibly call on
gone. So it was with all but
two of my family members."
Kosinski said that Israel
had demonstrated "an ex-
traordinary state of
restraint" in controlling the
rioting by Palestinian Arabs.
He described the riots as "a
continuation of riots that took
place in 1920 and 1929 —
basically old hat!'
Amont the three principle
speakers, only Letty
Pogrebin, a leading feminist
writer and editor of Ms.
magazine, advanced a posi-
tion sympathetic to Israelis
who favor a "territory for
peace" solution to the Arab-
Israeli conflict.

Israel, Soviets
Start Trading

Aviv (JTA) — Israel and
the Soviet Union will com-
mence trading with each
other shortly, using West Ger-
man business agents to
facilitate the transactions,
Ma'ariv reported last week.
According to the newspaper,
a dozen Israeli factories are
preparing for the Germans'
arrival here to sign
agreements on behalf of
Soviet importers.
Israel will export clothing,
women's stockings and dis-
posable diapers. The Soviets
will export a special cloth
fabric.
The Israeli products will
carry German patents and a
code denoting the Israeli fac-
tory that produced them, but
no other sign indicating coun-
try of origin.
The products will start ar-
riving in the USSR at the
beginning of August, the
newspaper said.

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