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September 09, 1988 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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New York — Much of the
anti-Israel, anti-Zionist and
anti-Semitic rhetoric that is
purveyed in the United Na-
tions — primarily by the PLO
and representatives of some
Arab and Muslim states —
finds world-wide dissemina-
tion both within and outside
of UN chambers, and is an
important factor in the
decline of support for the UN
among the American people
and in the U.S. Congress.
This is one of the conclu-
sions presented in "Incite-
ment to National, Racial and
Religious Hatred in the
United Nations Fora," writ-
ten by Sidney Liskofsky of the
American Jewish Committee
and Donna E. Arzt, general
counsel for the Soviet Jewry
Legal Advocacy Center.
"The pattern, outside the
UN," write Liskofsky and
Arzt, "of blurring the distinc-
tions between Israelis,
Zionists and Jews, of speak-
ing of all three in hate-filled
idioms, has characterized the
Arab/Muslim states' rhetoric
inside the UN as well.
Although in the recent past
the intensity of this brand of
rhetoric appears to have
diminished somewhat, pro-
bably due to recognition of
the damage it has done to the
[UN's] standing, especially in
the U.S., . . . it still persists.
"Thus," they continue, "the
anti-Semitic undertones and
overtones, especially the
Zionism-equals-Racism
Resolution, remain an urgent
concern not only for Israelis
and for Jews in other lands,
but for well-meaning people
everywhere."

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