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August 11, 1989 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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indeed lead Hezbollah to
allow the Western hostages to
go free in exchange for Obeid
and a couple of hundred other
Shi'ite prisoners in Israeli
jails.
It will not, however,
necessarily lead them to free
the three Israeli servicemen
(if indeed they are still alive)
who were the primary reason
for the Obeid kidnapping.
At the same time,
Jerusalem is highly unlikely
to agree to terms that do not
involve the release of its own
servicemen, a position that
carries within it the seeds of
a future highly emotive con-
flict with other Western
capitals.
How will Israe,i's Western
allies, who have been critical
of Israel's actions, react if
they are offered only their
own nationals in exchange for
the hostages being held by
Israel?
That question goes to the
heart of Israel's great gamble.
Will Western leaders
demonstrate an unflinching
solidarity with Israel and re-
ject anything less than a total
amnesty for all hostages? Or
will they succumb to domestic
public pressure, detach
themselves from Israel, be
persuaded to strike a separate
deal with Hezbollah and then
demand Israeli concessions
for the freedom of their own
nationals?
So far, the hostage crisis has
produced more questions
than answers. Israel has
broken the impasse and it has
undoubtedly started a pro-
cess. Just where that process
will ultimately lead, however,
is yet another question.

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NEWS

Papal Comment
Angerd ADL

New York (JTA) — The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith expressed "deep con-
cern regarding the implica-
tions" of remarks made by
Pope John Paul II, which
ADL interprets as denying
God's covenant with the Jews.
In a letter to the Vatican
secretary for Jewish relations,
Rabbi David Rosen of the
ADL's Jerusalem office said
anyone reading the pope's
words "may fairly conclude
from them that God's cove-
nant with the Jewish people
is superseded by the Chris-
tian covenant as the only
everlasting covenant."
"I look forward to urgent
clarification of the matter so
that we may demonstrate to
the world that the clock of
Catholic-Jewish relations has
not been tragically set back,"
Rosen said.

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