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November 11, 1988 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-11

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UN Condemns
Israeli Actions

United Nations (JTA) — By
an overwhelming vote of 130
in favor, two opposed and 16
abstentions, the United
Nations General Assembly
condemned Israel's policies in
the territories and the
measures it has taken to
quell the uprising.
The vote climaxed a special
meeting last week of the
General Assembly which was
devoted intifada, the Palesti-
nian uprising in the terri-
tories, and was held at the re-
quest of Arab states. Israel
and the United States cast
the two negative votes.
Representative of the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation accused Israel of kill-
ing at least 411 Palestinians
since the uprising began on
Dec. 9, 1987.
But Israel's ambassador to
the United Nations, Johanan
Bein, charged that the
meeting was called only "to
incite and instigate more
violence and more suffering
among both Israelis and
Palestinian Arabs!'
The United States announc-
ed in advance of the vote that
it would not support the draft
resolution, which U.S. Am-
bassador Herbert Okun said
contained "harsh rhetoric"
that can
"only enflame an already em-
bittered situation."
Besides condemming Israeli
action, the resolution also
called on the secretary-
general of the United Nations
to examine the situation in
the territories and to submit
"periodic reports" to the
General Assembly, the first
one no later than Nov. 17 of
this year.

Greek Court
Changes Jewish
Museum's Status

Athens (JTA) — The High
Court of Justice has decided
in favor of the Jewish com-
munity's request to change
the status of the Jewish
Museum in Athens from a
private institution into the
ward of a foundation.
Last week's decision over-
ruled President Christos
Sartzetakis of the Greek
Republic, who since 1986 has
twice denied the request for a
change. The presidential
signature is required for such
transformations.
The museum's exhibits
cover a period of almost 2,000
years of Jewish presence in
Greece. The museum also
serves as a cultural center.

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Bulldozers
Cause Riot

Taiba, Israel (JTA) — Police
fired tear gas and wielded
clubs to disperse rioting
youths in the Israeli Arab
village of Taiba, where 15 il-
legally built houses were
destroyed by bulldozers
Monday.
Police reported four Taiba
residents were injured, while
local sources put the number
of injured at 20. There were
two arrests.
The demolition orders were
issued by the Interior
Ministry to enforce planning
and construction laws.
Residents had constructed
the buildings on agricultura
land without permits, after
the High Court of Justice
twice rejected appeals by
Taiba residents.
Taiba, near the Jewish city
of Kfar Sava, has a population
of about 25,000.
Mayor Abdul Latif of Taiba
charged that Taiba was singl-
ed out because the town
government is controlled by
the Chadash Communist
Party.

U.S. To Sell Arms
To 'Moderate'
Mideast Arabs

Tel Aviv (JTA) — U.S.
Defense Secretary Frank
Carlucci, ending a three-day
visit to Israel, stressed that
the United States intends to
continue weapons sales to
"moderate" Arab countries.
"It's important for peace
that the United States main-
tain relations with moderate
Arab countries" and those
relations involve security
issues, which means arms
sales, Carlucci said last week.
He arrived in Israel after
visiting Jordan and Egypt in
what will probably be his last
official tour of the region
before the change in admini-
strations.
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin, briefing the Cabinet
on his talks with Carlucci,
said they dealt mainly with
bilateral strategic coopera-
tion and regional issues.

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