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September 16, 1988 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-16

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from the stance of Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
who has opposed an interna-
tional parlay under any
circumstances.
"If the goal is direct
negotiations," Dukakis said,
"if a conference could be
helpful for that purpose and
that purpose alone, then I
think it's worth supporting. I
don't support an interna-
tional conference that is
designed to impose a settle-
ment on Israel."
The intifada, he said, has
not changed his overall view
of Israel although he called
A,
on Israel to exercise "max-
imum restraint."
I )
Dukakis predicted that he
-_-, will do very well in the
Jewish community and
strongly rejected the notion
that American Jews — fearful
of the Rev. Jesse Jackson's in-
fluence in the Democratic
Party — will vote Republican.
1
The American Jewish cora-
1 ,
munity, he said, has nothing
to fear.
"There is no reason that
that should scare anybody,"
he said of Jackson's influence.
"The principles and beliefs
that I outlined tonight are
principles and beliefs that I
have held for a long time.
Jesse and I disagreed on this
issue through the primary,
through the convention.
Everybody knows that.
"And I believe we are going
to win very solid support in
the Jewish community be-
cause the Jewish community
is concerned about Israel; it is
also concerned about eco-
nomic opportunities, housing
1 and civil rights, the separa-
tion of church and state and
many things which tradi-
tionally have been of great
concern to the Jewish com-
munity. And in all these
respects, in respect to my ap-
proach to Israel as well
domestic priorities, I think
it's the Democratic ticket that
much more accurately
reflects the concerns and
hopes and aspirations of the
Jewish community."
In that context, he lashed
L?
out against the voting record
,.
' in the Senate of Republican
vice presidential candidate
Dan Quayle, who has often
opposed aid to Israel and has
voted for arms sales to Arab
states.
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"The record of the person
L
I that Bush selected as his vice-
presidential running mate is
appalling on the subject of
Israel," he said. "Contrast
that with Lloyd Bentsen's
record."

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