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serious obstacle to peace, but
not in the commonly argued
sense. Their existence is no
obstacle to the initiation of
negotiations as former Presi-
dent Jimmy Carter and
others would have us believe;
rather, it is the settlements
which have forced Hussein to
recognize that if he wants to
regain the West Bank he
must enter negotiations
before "creeping annexation"
reaches its logical conclusion.

The settlements are an
obstacle because any treaty
must find a way to accom-
modate them. There will be
no replay of Yamit where
Israeli soldiers forcibly
evicted Jewish settlers. Some
settlers undoubtedly will
move back within the borders
Israel agrees to, but the rest
would have to be guaranteed

their rights in Jordan or
Palestine.
Today, Jordan has a blatant-
ly anti-Semitic law which
prevents Jews from living in
the country. It is, in fact, one
of the few countries in which
Jews are not permitted to live.
That law is an obstacle to
peace.
Shamir may not appear as
flexible as some Americans
would like, but he does repre-
sent the views of a substan-
tial proportion of his consti-
tuents. Moreover, those views
are consistent with United
Nations Resolution 242.
Rather than browbeat the
prime minister over his
refusal to say the world "land
for peace" it would be far
more productive to look for
solutions to some of the
substantive issues which pose
the real obstacles to peace.

Anne Pollard Seeks
Proper Medical Care

New York (JTA) — At-
torneys for Anne Henderson-
Pollard filed an appeal in the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the
District of Columbia Monday
seeking proper medical treat-
ment and/or commutation of
her sentence to time served.
Henderson-Pollard, 28, wife
of convicted spy Jonathan
Pollard, suffers from severe
gastrointestinal disorders,
allegedly exacerbated by her
incarceration in federal
prisons.
Her attorneys say in theii
appeal that she has received
grossly inadequate medical
care, has lost 60 pounds and
is in almost constant pain.
Anne Henderson-Pollard
has served 18 months of two
concurrent five-year
sentences as an accessory
after the fact to her husband's
possession of national defense
documents and conspiracy to

receive embezzled govern-
ment property. Jonathan
Pollard is serving a life
sentence for spying for Israel.
Henderson-Pollard's father,
Bernard Henderson, said her
attorneys, Nathan Der-
showitz and Victoria Eiger,
have been trying unsuccessfu-
ly to allow her private physi-
cian to treat her.

Henderson said that on
May 9 his daughter was
transferred from federal
prison in Lexington, Ky., to a
federal prison in Rochester,
Minn., where the Mayo Clinic
is located.

Since then she has been
given only three tests at the
clinic, and her personal physi-
cian before her arrest, Dr.
Michael Goldberg, who prac-
tices in Chicago, has not been
alowed to visit her, Hender-
son said.

California, New Jersey
Jews Back Dukakis

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OPINION

Los Angeles (JTA) — Jewish
voters in California and New
Jersey Democratic primaries
supported Massachusetts
Gov. Michael Dukakis over
the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
According to Los Angeles
Times exit polls, 20 percent of
the Jewish voters last week
cast their ballots for Jackson,
73 percent for Dukakis, and
the remainder for Sens.
Albert Gore (D.-Thnn.) and
Paul Simon (D.-Ill.), who were
listed on the ballot although

they are no longer active can-
didates.
The New York Times/CBS
News poll, based on question-
naires filled out by 1,947
voters throughout California,
shows only 14 percent of the
Jewish vote going to Jackson,
and 81 percent going to
Dukakis.
In New Jersey, the opposi-
tion to Jackson's candidacy
was even stronger. Only 4 per-
cent of the Jewish voters cast
ballots for Jackson.

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