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February 03, 1989 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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her into "a naughty baby" by
always saying yes.
The clue to Arafat, the man
in perpetual motion, is his
unique business card, writes
Allman, because all it has is
his name, with no title, ad-
dress or phone number. What
drives the PLO leader, the
author concludes, is the will-
ingness "to try anything, ab-
solutely anything, if only it
offers some chance, some way,
some day, to get what all the
Palestinians lost so long ago,
which is a home address."

Murphy Is
Optimistic
On Mideast

A more conventional look at
the Middle East, and the pro-
spects for peace, can be found
in an article by Richard Mur-
phy, assistant secretary of
state who oversees the region.
Writing in the February issue
of World Monitor, the Chris-
tian Science Monitor monthly,
Murphy asserts that "a per-
sistent, measured policy by a
superpower and its allies can
make — and visibly has made
— a difference." For the better.
Despite all the setbacks,
Murphy is convinced that the
Middle East problem can be
resolved through direct nego-
tiations between Israelis and
Arabs. "Peace, ultimately, is
not a document but a state of
mind," notes Murphy.

20 Percent
Of Power List
Is Jewish

There are a few surprises in
Regardie's list of the 100 most
powerful people in private
Washington (translation: out-
side of government) for 1988.
The January issue of the
Washington business maga-
zine lists Marvin Mandel, the
fallen governor, and Leonard
"Doc" Kapiloff, the publisher
of the Washington Jewish
Week, while notably leaving
off Tom Dine, head of the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee.
About 20 percent of the
power list is Jewish, in-
cluding businessmen Israel
Cohen (Giant Foods) and Abe
Pollin (the Capital Centre),
attorneys Leonard Garment
and Nathan Lewin, and jour-
nalists Ted Koppel, William
Safire and Mortimer Zucker-
man, publisher of U.S. News
and WoHd Report.
Dine is said to have been
damaged by Israel's West
Bank actions and iternal
troubles at AIPAC.

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