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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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brance of my past. During the
Holocaust I survived in
Poland by pretending to be a
devout Catholic. I was in a
monastery.
Is there no end to in-
tolerance? The State of Israel,
the fulfillment of the dream of
my generation, will
discriminate against my son
because of his bloodline? Will
the Orthodox rabbis, through
their political power, impose
their beliefs upon other Jews?
The answer is yes, if we let
them.

Dr. Emanuel Tanay
Detroit

PNC Actions
Were Meaningless
That enthusiasm for the
Palestine National Council
(PNC) actions is already on
the wane should come as not
surprise when one considers
how meaningless they really
were.
The PNC accepted 242 with
the same interpretation that
the Saudis did years ago —
namely that while legitimate
states have the right to secure
borders under 242, the Jewish
state, as a bastard state, en-
joys no such right. In fact,
since the PNC regards all
Greater Israel (both sides of
the "Green Line") to be "oc-
cupied territory" they read
242 as a demand for Israeli
withdrawal into the sea.
In addition, PLO
spokesmen have already ex-
plained on American televi-
sion that while the PLO re-
nounces terrorism, activity
will continue "within oc-
cupied lands" — in other
words all of Israel.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1988

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PNC Actions
Are Welcomed
New Jewish Agenda, which
is committed to a flourishing
Israel living at peace with its
neighbors, welcomes the steps
taken by the Palestine Na-
tional Council at Algiers this
week toward a resolution of
the Israeli-Palestinian
conflict.
Unfortunately, they are be-
ing discounted, by official
voices and commentators in
Israel and the United States.
However, we would like to
point out that the PNC's ac-
tions continue a Palestinian
trend towards moderation,
realism and reconciliation at
a time when, regrettably,
Israel and the United States
have been moving in the op-
posite direction.
Specifically, the PNC has:
• committed itself, for the
first time, to formal accep-
tance of a two-state solution
to the Israeli-Palestinian
conflict;

• committed itself to pursu-
ing a peaceful solution on the
basis of United Nations
resolutions 242 and 338;
• committed itself to
negotiate with Israel in the
context of an international
conference;
• rejected "terrorism in all
of its forms" (while apparent-
ly restricting its right to
resist Israeli occupation to
the occupied territories) .. .
Those who genuinely desire
peace will take these resolu-
tions as constituting a long-
awaited breakthrough in the
Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Of
course, further steps must be
taken. We expect that a more
explicit recognition, indeed,
formal mutual recognition, as
well as a resolution of the pro-
blem of the status of
Jerusalem, will emerge from
the proposed international
conference .. .

Ronald Aronson
Kenneth Knoppow
New Jewish Agenda of Detroit

'Ivan' Exhausted
Due Process
Sister Ann Gillen refuses to
accept John Demjanjuk's
guilt by saying "evidence was
likely fabricated" (Letters,
Nov.11). Demjanjuk received
a fair trial not only in Israel
but in the United States. He
exhausted due process in both
countries.
To reexamine some
evidence, the S.S. tatoo was
removed from his underarm,
survivors from the camps
recognized beyond a shadow
of a doubt that he is "Ivan
The Terrible," and the SS card
in evidence was not a forgery,
proved so by the United
States and Israeli experts.
From the thousands of Ukrai-
nians who served in the Nazi
army mass murdering the
Jews, not one came forward to
say he is not "Ivan The Ibrri-
ble."
She drops obscure names in
her support but we do not
know their moral or political
views.
This reminds me of the trial
of Adolf Eichmann, who
claimed to be a simple
railroad clerk. There were
also some people who swore
he was what he claimed to be.

Henry Friedman
Oak Park

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Immunologist
At Weizmann

Rehovot — Soviet im-
munologist Roald Nezlin, 58,
has arrived at the Weizmann
Institute of Science to take up
a 9-year-old promise of a pro-
fessorship at the Israeli
research center.

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