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November 24, 1989 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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Some Jewish Groups
Disappointed By Policy

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Baltimore (JTA) — In a
move that has disappointed
some American Jewish
groups, the country's
Catholic bishops Nov. 9
unanimously adopted a
statement on the Middle
East that affirms the right of
Palestinians to "territorial
and political sovereignty."
The statement, which
also recognizes Israel's
security needs, was approv-
ed by the National Con-
ference of Catholic Bishops
on the final day of its four-
day assembly.
The approved document
came under immediate
criticism from a number of
Jewish organizations, in-
cluding the Synagogue
Council of America,
American Jewish Com-
mittee, American Jewish
Congress and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The bishops' 50-page
document, their first on the
Middle East in 11 years, is
the product of more than a
year of consultations bet-
ween a committee of
Catholic leaders and repre-

sentatives of the Jewish and
Moslem communities.
When a first -draft of the
statement was released last
month, criticism of the
document by Jewish
organizations focused on the
statement's approach to
questions of statehood,
security and negotiations.
Even Jewish groups that
support the Palestinians'
right to self-determination
said that including the word
"sovereignty" would
prescribe a political solution
to the peace process before
negotiations had begun.
Last December, the Vat-
ican reiterated the pope's
call that the Israelis and
Palestinians "have an iden-
tical, fundamental right to
have their own homeland."
The bishops' document, by
contrast, says that a peace
settlement "should for-
malize Israel's existence as a
sovereign state in the eyes of
the Arab states and the
Palestinians," while at the
same time establishing "an
independent Palestinian
homeland, with its sovereign
status recognized by Israel."

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Shamir, Lawmakers
Discuss South Africa

Washington (JTA) — Israel
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir has promiSed a con-
tinuing dialogue with black
and other members of Con-
gress concerned about
Israel's dealings with South
Africa.
"I promised them that I
will consult about these
problems with some leaders
of African black countries
with whom I have some
friendly relations," Shamir
said Sunday in an ap-
pearance on the CBS-TV
program "Face the Nation."
Shamir said he had "a
very deep discussion" on
Israel's relations with South
Africa with a group of black
and Jewish members of
Congress Nov. 16.
Shamir gave the
lawmakers the same answer
he gave President Bush,
when Bush reportedly asked
about the South African
connection during their
hour-long meeting Nov. 15
at the White House. In
response to the lawmakers'
query, Shamir reiterated
Israel's policy of opposition
to apartheid, the source said.
Israel has abided by a
March 1987 Cabinet deci-

sion that the government
would no longer cooperate on
military projects with South
Africa, but would not
abrogate existing
agreements, Shamir said.
In the CBS interview,
Shamir vigorously rejected
charges that he wants to
torpedo his own peace in-
itiative, including the pro-
posal for elections in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Shamir added that Jews
and other friends of Israel
"know that I am tough,
maybe, in protecting our in-
terests. But at the same
time, I am very, very eager
to get peace."

Red Army Vets
Meet At Herzl

Jerusalem — Jewish Red
Army veterans gathered at
Mount Herzl in Jerusalem
Sunday to inaugurate a
memorial for Jewish soldiers
of the Red Army who fell in
duty during World War II.
Relatives and friends of the
200,000 Jewish soldiers
were joined by represen-
tatives of some of the war-
time Allies.

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Jerusalem Post Foreign Service

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