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— with a warning:
If Shamir goes to Washing-
ton and appears stubborn and
recalcitrant, he said, "what
has been achieved here will
be lost."
In the end, if there was any
apparent shift in Shamir's at-
titudes, it was toward
Diaspora Jews critical of his
policies. While in the past he
has insisted that Israel's of-
ficial policy must be sup-
ported by all Jews, he seem-
ed more conciliatory at the
conference, stating several
times that legitimate dif-
ferences regarding the peace
process exist among Jews.
But regarding the Palesti-
nians, the prime minister did
not budge from his familiar
message: that a PLO state
would "only • produce the
peace of the cemetery" and
that there were no "quick
fixes" to the Arab-Israeli
conflict.
He may be right, but the
Bush administration has
already warned that it does
not want to hear the same old
song again from the Israeli
leader. Nor are American
Jews who yearn for a bold,

fresh Israeli initiative likely
to be inspired by such a
message.
Diaspora leaders have given
the Israeli Prime Minister
the demonstration of solidari-
ty and loyalty he sought. It
was an impressive act and
one that will no doubt have
its impact on coming events
in Washington.
But if he is not forthcoming
and thereby incurs the wrath
of the new administration,
Jewish disaffection, according
to one delegate, "is liable to
burst forth with fresh vigor."
That was the unequivocal
message Diaspora leaders
conveyed to Shamir in private
last week, even as they link-
ed hands in a public gesture
of eternal solidarity.



Helen Davis reports on the
Mideast and international
affairs from London. This
article was made possible by
a grant from The Fund For
Journalism on Jewish Life, a
project of the CRB
Foundation of Montreal,
Canada. Any views expressed
are solely those of the author.

Detroiters See Benefit
Of Jerusalem Meeting

ALAN HITSKY

Associate Editor

D

etroiters who attend-
ed the Prime Minis-
ter's Conference on .
Jewish Solidarity with Israel
agree that the meetings last
week , in Jerusalem ac-
complished their purpose.
"The main benefit was the
solidarity aspect," said Max
Fisher, founding chairman of
the Jewish Agency for Israel.
Israel has been criticized
heavily because of the Arab
uprising in the West Bank
and Gaza, "but I thought this
meeting was a real plus."
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir "is faced with a real
problem — he has to come up
with some new thinking" to
resolve the Palestinian ques-
tion. "But the conference
shows that people support
Israel and its search for
peace," Fisher said. "It show-
ed the support of the Jewish
people."
Fisher was one of the
speakers at the opening of the
conference. He spoke of the
unity of the Jewish people, ad-
ding that it can not be taken
for granted.
David Hermelin, interna-
tional chairman of Israel
Bonds, was also a delegate
from Detroit. He said it was
overwhelming to see 1,600

world Jewish leaders at the
conference. "We had a darn
good smattering of very pro-
minent people. Not everyone
could be there, but every
Jewish organization was
represented by quality
leadership.
"This expressed to the peo-
ple of Israel that we are with
them. We may have dif-
ferences on how to get to the
mountain, but we are all pur-
suing peace."
Hermelin admitted he had
not been a strong supporter of
the conference concept. "I
wasn't negative either, but
after being there I think it did
a lot of good for Israel and for
the Jewish leaders."
Following the Jerusalem
meetings, Hermelin attended
the Washington ceremonies
marking the 10th anniver-
sary of the Camp David peace
accords between Israel and
Egypt. Although the Jer-
sualem meetings have no
direct impact on Shamir's up-
coming meetings with Presi-
dent George Bush, Hermelin
said they made an impression
in Washington.
"There's no substitue for
substance," he said. "But it
shows Washington • that we
are united."
Fisher agreed, noting that
Israelis can listen to Jewish
leaders and others, but in the
end "Israel must make the

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