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June 01, 1990 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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Preachers, Politics
and Temptation

BILLY GRAHAM describes his friendship with a

tearful Nixon, the spirituality of President Bush
and how Satan tempts God's people with sex,
money and pride

"You know, I am a hated man, going

back to the Alger Hiss case, and Helen
Douglas and all that."
Gahagan ad
when I fin-
a prayer.
Q. Many Americans have thought of you as
We h
at him and
something of an unofficial chaplain to the
ished praying, I looked up
White House for the past several Presi-
tears were coming down both sides of his
dents. Has that proximity ever made you
cheeks. I will never forget that night.
uncomfortable?
Yes it has. Each one of them I have I see him now maybe two or three
A.
known before he ever got into the White times a year. The last six months of his
House. Some of them I was very close presidencY, we could not get to him. I
friends with before they ever got there, went through every angle I knew. And
. But
g to get to him gave
like Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson he
I was says
tryinn
as knew
Bill Safire
i hisbook, he
and I George
kept a Bush.
very full diary of y m rela- orders not to allow me near him because
strange he did not want me tarred with
tioip with Nixon, for some
son, unto - - President. I re- Watergate
-.—a nsh
-- and

By DAVID AIKMAN

'Time' Scoop: Evangelist
Almost Envoy To Israel

ARTHUR J. MAGIDA

Special to The Jewish News

L

yndon Johnson, the
man who brought us
the twin blessings of
Vietnam and the Great
Society, had another trick up
his sleeve: He asked Chris-
tian evangelist Billy
Graham to be the American
ambassador to Israel.
In an interview in Time
magazine, Graham says he
turned down the offer by

telling Johnson, "The Mid-
dle East would blow up if I
went over there."
Later, while sitting next to
Golda Meir at a White
House dinner, Graham told
the Israeli prime minister,
"I am not the man. God
called me to preach."
"And Golda Meir reached
and grabbed my hand,"
Graham recalls. "She was so
thrilled."
And thus, Amen, was
averted another crisis in the
Middle East.

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The killing two Sundays
ago of seven Palestinians by
an apparently berserk
Israeli was a test of modera-
tion for Arabs and Palestin-
ians — a test they largely
failed, according to Washing-
ton Post columnist Richard
Cohen.
By insisting on treating
the incident as if it was state
policy and not the act of a
deranged man, "the PLO
and certain Arab govern-
ments," wrote Cohen, "show
themselves to be more pas-
sionate than logical and
hardly punctilious when it
comes to truth. By claiming
that the massacre is
anything more than a
tragedy, they are pro-
pagating a lie."
"Very likely," suggested

Cohen, "Arab leaders know
that the rampage of a single
Israeli does not represent
government policy. Yet their
followers are a different
matter. They are quite will-
ing to believe —indeed, for
generations they have been
taught — that the so-called
Zionists are ruthless killers.
Until recently, for instance,
the PLO itself did not stoop
to distinguish between
soldiers and, say women and
children on a kibbutz."
The PLO's handling of the
incident, stated Cohen, does
nothing to assure Israelis
that there is a new, more
moderate Palestinian
leadership. "Indeed," he
concluded, "Israelis can
argue that when it counts,
the PLO leadership reverts

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