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November 25, 1988 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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oint-for-point and tit-
for-tat, a former Pen-
tagon official's in-
sistence that U.S. arms sales
to Arab nations actually
benefit Israel are refuted in
Moment magazine by Ibm
Dine, head of the American
Israel Public Affairs Commit-
tee (AIPAC).
In a lengthy article in the
Washington-based magazine,
former deputy undersecretary
of defense Dov Zakheim
stated that American arms
sales to Arab states help
Israel since the U.S. is the on-
ly nation interested in at-
taching strings to such sales
to assure the weapons not
positioned to threaten Israel.
Zakheim, an Orthodox Jew,
is now head of a high
technology research and
manufacturing firm and an
advisor to the Secretary of
Defense.
But in a one-page rebuttal,
Dine charged that Zakheim's
facts are "wrong" and his
"perverse" argument for in-
creased arms sales to Arabs
will contribute to an "arms
race. . . [that] does not lead to
a peace race."
In part, Dine and Zakheim
argued about:
• The value of U.S. restric-
tions upon nations that pur-
chase its weapons.
• Whether Israeli partisans
in Washington distinguish
between those Arab states
that are hostile and relative-
ly friendly toward Israel.

Israel Advised
To Be Cautious
Toward U.S.

In the wake of the election
victory of Israel's right-wing
comes word from columnists
that whatever Likud-led
government emerges in the
Jewish state had better tread
carefully in its relations with
the U.S.
The New York Times' Paris-
based correspondent Flora
Lewis advises that "the U.S.
can't save Israel from itself,
but it owes an honest warning
to a country that it has made
so dependent." Such a stance,
says Lewis, not "unquestion-
ing acquiescence to foolhardy
intransigence [by Israel to
plans for peace], is what
American Jews should proffer
Israel."
Given the erosion of "the
old Zionist dream . . . in favor
of a warrior-priestly state,"
Lewis states "there still has

to be hope that it is not too
late" to reverse Israeli voters
"decision against peace."
Time magazine's Washing-
ton bureau chief, Strobe Tal-
bott, fretted that Shamir's
victory "may pose not only a
huge obstacle to diplomacy,"
but may also threaten "the
political and humanitarian
values that Israel and the
U.S. have long shared — and
therefore to the essence" of
the "special relationship" bet-
ween the two countries.
And in the Washington Post,
Charles Krauthammer states
that the "major task" of a
government led by Yitzhak
Shamir will be "to retain
good relations with the new
American administration?'
"The Reagan honeymoon is
over. . . ," says Krauthammer.
"Under a Bush adminis-
tration and under the cloud of
a continuing intifida, there
will be from the beginning
pressure on the new Israeli
government."
Krauthammer advised Sha-
mir to take three steps:
• Show "extreme restraint"
in any West Bank settlement
policy.
• Find prominent foreign
policy and/or defense posi-
tions for Israel's "two best
diplomats, Moshe Arens and
Benjamin Netanyahu.
• Find "as small an inter-
national role as possible" for
former Israeli Defense Secre-
tary, Ariel Sharon.

Anti-Semitism
At Dartmouth

A right-wing student week-
ly at New Hampshire's Dart-
mouth College has compared
the school's president, a Jew,
to Adolf Hitler and the effect
of his campus policies to the
Holocaust, according to the
New York Times.
The offending column, pur-
portedly intended as satire,
appeared in a recent issue of
the student paper, "The Dart-
mouth Review." It was
headlined "Ein Reich, Ein
Volk, Ein Freedmann," a play
on a Nazi slogan, "One Em-
pire, One People, One Leader?'
The column's author, Dart-
mouth student James Gar-
rett, compared the anti-
conservative tactics of "Der
Freedmann" — Dartmouth
president, James 0. Freed-
man — to those of Nazis.
Garrett referred to "the
`Final Solution' of the Conser-
vative Problem" and to "sur-
vivors" of the Dartmouth
"holocaust:' He also describ-
ed Dartmouth colleagues who

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