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October 05, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-05

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NEW '90
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2-DR. H.B. P145/80R12 ALS S-B
radial tires, front and rear mats,
sport mirrors, 1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5
speed manual transmission.
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Center & rear seats, two tone paint, air,
cruise, tilt, stereo, bucket seats, deep
tinted glass, rear heater, heavy duty
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than what's already been
said."
Moreover, Mr. Hoenlein
said that conference mem-
bers had met in New York
with Mr. Levy, the Israeli
foreign minister, following
the president's talk and that
Mr. Levy agreed there was
no cause for alarm over what
Mr. Bush said.
A Middle East expert,
William Quant of Washing-
ton's Brookings Institute,
said that the only new point
in the president's speech was
the hint that the peace pro-
cess "might well include
some kind of international
conference, with a major role
for the Soviet Union."
Regardless of what Mr.
Bush did mean, the mere
fact that there is wide
speculation on the subject is
enough cause for worry, said
Paul Flacks, executive vice
president of Zionists Organ-
ization of America.
"If the implication is the
U.S. is prepared to organize
a new combination of forces
to pressure Israel, then I'd
rather err on the side of cau-
tion," Mr. Flacks said from
his New York office.
"I, too, hope there is no
new meaning in what the
president said. But just in
case there was, Israel's
friends need to stay alert for
any sign of change in Ameri-
can policy, and to counter
the change if it is
negative." CI

Ira Rifkin is assistant editor of
our sister paper, the Baltimore
Jewish Times. James D.
Besser is Washington cor-
respondent for The Jewish
News.

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opportunities for Iraq and
Kuwait to settle their differ-
ences permanently, for the
states of the Gulf themselves
to build new arrangements
for stability and for all the
states and the peoples of the
region to settle the conflicts
that divide the Arabs from
Israel.
"But the world's key task,
now, first and always, must
be to demonstrate that ag-
gression will not be tolerated
or rewarded."
The New York Times, in
an editorial, interpreted the
phrase about Arabs and
Israel to mean "two things:
ending the present state of
war, with Arab states
recognizing the state of
Israel; and reaffirming the
U.S. commitment to foster-
ing direct negotiations bet-
ween Israel and the Palesti-
nians."
The Evening Sun com-
mented that, taken in
tandem with similar
statements by France's Pres-
ident Francois Mitterand
and the Soviet Union's long-
standing similar position,
"Bush's statement begins to
take on the dim outlines of a
behind-the-scenes interna-
tional agreement" that
could mean concerted inter-
national pressure will be ex-
erted to get a Middle East
peace once the Iraq problem
is resolved. Malcolm
Hoenlein, executive director
of the Conference of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions, on the other hand, said
that a close reading of Mr.
Bush's speech revealed "no
indication that the president
is saying anything different

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waits to see what will
happen .. .
Hussein is not a man who
will reconsider his actions. He
will not negotiate. This is the
man who has gassed his own
citizens, the Kurds; started
war with Iran and then invad-
ed Kuwait; lied to all the
countries in the Arab League;
threatened Israel and several
other countries; taken
hostages; attacked foreign
embassies and threatens to
fight to the end if need be .. .
No one wants war, but
unless we take the initiative
and act rapidly, our enemy
will only grow stronger in
support and resolve and will
become more aggressive. If we
wait until such a time, our
challenge will be more dif-
ficult and our casualties
greater.

Our choice is not between
war or no war, but between a
quick victory before the en-
tire world suffers economical-
ly or a protracted conflict
while the world is starved for
oil. We have identified Hus-
sein properly, we must act ac-
cordingly. We must act before
all the Israelis will have to
put on their gas masks.

Alden M. Leib
Bloomfield Hills

'Peace Lovers'
Forget The Facts

I admire a concerned parent
who is against "nuclear
holocaust . . . no matter
where it starts including the
Middle East . . . speaking out
for peace."
We are also concerned
about the dangers that sur-

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