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December 16, 1988 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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I NEWS 1

Eban, Kissinger Say U.S.
Must Lead Peace

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New York (JTA) Abba
Eban and Henry Kissinger
said Monday that an Israeli-
Palestinian peace settlement
will only come about with the
mediation of the United
States.
The two veteran diplomats,
one a former Israeli foreign
minister, the other a former
U.S. secretary of state, were
the speakers at a symposium
held in honor of the United
Jewish Appeal's 50th anni-
versary.
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Eban and Kissinger both
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Abba Eban: 'Be audacious'
in peace negotiations bet-
ween Israel and Palestinians
on the basis that the present
stalemate is untenable.
"I don't believe Israel can
stay where it is," said Kiss-
inger. "Nor do I believe Israel
can return to the 1967
borders.
"What Israel needs is a
negotiating position. It must
find some platform on which
it can stand with the United
States," he said.
Kissinger said he favors
negotiations leading to an
interim arrangement, during
which Palestinians would
form some type of govern-
ment in the administered ter-
ritories and prove its ability
to coexist with Israel.
That is essentially the posi-
tion of Israel's Likud Party,
which favors direct negotia-
tions and an interim solution
as specified by the 1978 Camp
David accords.
But Eban, a veteran of
Israel's Labor alignment, said
he does not believe in what he
called "this myth of direct
negotiations."

"All settlements in Mid-
east history have demanded a
third party," he said. "The
United States should be ac-
tive and a little audacious,
and not mind talking to
abrasive people."
The U.S. role, said Eban,
should extend to exploratory
talks with the Palestinian
Liberation Organization, if
the PLO meets certain conch-
tions set by the U.S. govern-
ment when Kissinger was
conducting shuttle diplomacy
in the mid-1970s.

Judge Rules
No Church

Denver — A woman defying
a custody order to raise her
two daughters in the Jewish
faith is being threatened with
jail by Denver Judge Leslie
Lawson.
According to the judge,
Dorothy Boeke is violating
the custody order by taking
her children to services at a
Catholic church.
Boeke was awarded
physical custody of her
children when she divorced
the girls' father, Jerold
Simms, last year. Simms, who
is Jewish, was granted
"spiritual custody" of Rachel,
7, and 5-year-old Lauren.
Boeke, who was born a
Catholic, converted to
Judaism in 1980 when she
married Simms. She rejoined
the church after her
daughters were born.

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New York — "The Target Is
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videotape to help Jewish
teenagers and their parents
resist the proselytizing efforts
of Jews-for-Jesus and other
missionary groups, has just
been released by the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, central body of Reform
Judiasm.
The video is designed for
use in religious school classes,
and as part of special family
education programs.
lb help Jewish young peo-
ple respond effectively to
Christian missionary efforts,
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"Hebrew-Christian" con-
gregations and offers a con-
cise, clear look, with the help
of live interviews and anima-
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between Judaism and
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