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November 04, 1988 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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The endorsement of Labor by Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, Jordan's King
Hussein and the Palestine Liberation Organization's Yassir Arafat had
little effect on the election.

tinuation of the status quo.
He said U.S.-Israel relations
will remain strong, no matter
who forms the next Israeli
government or who wins next
Tuesday's American
Teenage Likud supporters
at United Hebrew Schools
reflected some of the ambigui-
ty of the election results.
Emma Kleerekoper favors
Shamir's hard line with the
Arabs because "If we give
land to them so easily, they'll
just want more."
Elie Schochet, 13, said a
compromise between Jews
and Arabs would be to let the
Palestinians remain in the

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Emma stopped to think
when asked if the Palesti-
nians should not be deprived
of a homeland. Can Jews ac-
cept the Palestinian problem
without a solution? "I'm very
confused," she admitted.
Elana Harris, 14, added,
"You can't really win, it
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Europe Anti-Semitism



territories and let Jews settle
there too.
Recalling that Jews
wandered homeless for 2,000
years and the agony of the
Holocaust, students said Jews
deserve their own state.

Boston — To what extent,
and in what forms, do anti-
Semitism and anti-Zionism
exist in Europe today? Has
the Palestinian uprising
created a resurgence of anti-
Jewish sentiment and led to
a decline in support for
Israel? How have the Euro-
pean Jewish communities
Tullia Zevi, president of the
Union of Italian Jewish Com-
munities, and Awraham
Soetendrop, rabbi of the
Liberal Jewish Communities
of the Hague, Rotterdam and
Amsterdam, agreed that
while anti-Semitism and anti-
Zionism have in no way been
eradicated in Europe, the cur-
rent problems require careful
Turning to Israel specifical-
ly, Zevi stated that the uncer-
tainty of the Middle East
situation requires that Jews
in the Diaspora seek ways
"not only to sustain Israel's
quest for peace, but also to
safeguard the security and

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The two spoke at an
American Jewish Committee
forum at the organization's
National Executive Council

'Religious Right'
Is Discussed

Boston — The proliferation
of religiously active groups
that seek to influence, even
dominate, American politics
and public morals — in-
cluding the dramatic rise of
the "Religious Right" —
make it imperative for con-
cerned individuals and
organizations to develop a
creative, democratic and fair
balance between individual
religious values and the
overall rights of society.
This is the theme of a policy
statement issued by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's Task Force on Religion
and Society.

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