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August 26, 1988 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-26

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leader of both Jordanians and
Palestinians."
"It is more an act of despair
than a ploy," concludes
Harkabi, now a professor at
> Jerusalem's Hebrew Univer-
sity and a visiting scholar at
Washington's Brookings
Institution.
"Disappointed by all sides,"
asserts Harkabi, Hussein's
"frustrations" had built up
over a long time. Americans,
Israelis, the PLO and Arab
states all "seemed to be tak-
ing Jordan for granted" and
"the king apparently decided
it was time to use shock treat-
ment to teach them a lesson."
Also, Hussein apparently
yielded to arguments from
Prince Hassan, his brother
and heir apparent, who
wanted a smaller Jordan that
would relieve "the kingdom
from the complexities and
travails of the West Bank and
the PLO and concentrate on
modernizing Jordan."
Although establishing a
Palestinian state on the West
Bank holds risks for Hussein,
"they are small," writes
Harkabi, "compared to the
dangers" of Israeli annexa-
tion of the land east of
Jerusalem. The king believes
that if this occurred, Israel, to
"prevent its own demograph-
ic suicide," would have to ex-
pel Palestinians from the
West Bank and into Jordan.
"lb prevent annexation,"
says Harkabi, "the Palesti-
nian character of the West
Barak and Gaza has to be ac-
centuated, and only the PLO
can do it. Thus the king,
willy-nilly, has become a
Palestinian patriot as far as
the occupied territories are
concerned."

Criticizing
Wiesel's Stand
On The Uprising

It's not often that Nobel
Peace laureate Elie Wiesel is
criticized in public, par-
ticularly by a Jewish leader.
But Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg,
writing in the August 18
issue of The New York Review
Of Books, suggests that
Wiesel, in his efforts to re-
main apolitical regarding the
Palestinian uprising and
Israel's response, has taken a
position that "amounts to an
elegant defense of the Likud
hard line."
In a warm yet critical "open
letter" to the noted author
and teacher, Hertzberg
charges that Wiesel has
reduced the political ques-
tions before Israel to "all-or-

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The Jewish National Fund Answers the Intifada's Arsonists

TEN FOR ONE

NUMBER OF TREES DESTROYED:1 MILLION
NUMBER OF TREES JNF VOWS TO REPLANT:10 MILLION
Arsonists are torching Israel's cherished forests. Since April, over 35,000 acres of Israel's
forests and pasturelands have been ravaged, at a cost of over $35 million.

We must send a clear response to our foes! Join the Jewish National Fund in planting ten
trees for every tree destroyed by fire. Where our assailants rely on the tools of destruction
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