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July 19, 1991 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-19

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I NEWS I

Home Security

Condemnation
Of Blood Libel

Geneva (JTA) — The pres-
ident of the U.N. Human
Rights Commission has
belatedly condemned a blood
libel accusation against
Jews made by the Syrian
delegate on the floor of the
Geneva-based commission.
Five months after he was
urged to do so by 30 member
states, Enrique Bernales
Ballesteros of Peru observed,
"Any declaration that could
provoke racist or discrimina-
tory sentiments must not be
tolerated in the Commission
on Human Rights."
He added that "neither
myself nor anyone in the
commission could share such
extreme views, which de-
serve unequivocal condem-
nation and rejection."
Bernales Ballesteros made
his statement in a July 3
letter addressed to Morris
Abram, the U.S. ambassador
to the United Nations in
Geneva, who had refused to
let the matter rest.
In February, the Syrian
delegate, Nabila Shaalan,
addressing her fellow dele-
gates from the floor, recom-
mended a book called The
Matzah of Zion, written by
the Syrian defense minister,
Maj. Gen. Mustafa Tlass.
The book presents as truth
a blood libel against Jews in
Damascus 150 years ago, re-
pudiated at the time by the
sultan of Turkey, of which
Syria was then a province.
According to Ms. Shaalan,
the "valuable book" con-
firmed and "unmasked the
racist character of Zionism."
The Bernales Ballesteros
letter said that "such propo-
sitions are both contrary to
the basic principles which
inspired the Universal
Declaration of Human
Rights and threaten to
neutralize the considerable
work that the international
system has accomplished
since its adoption."
The United States and
Israel were joined by 28
other countries in a letter of
protest to Bernales
Ballesteros. U.N. Geneva
headquarters did not re-
spond immediately, ap-
parently hoping the matter
would be forgotten.
But Mr. Abram was
tenacious. His Israeli col-
league, Ambassador Yitzhak
Lior, said without his per-
sistence, the letter never
would have been sent.
According to Mr. Lior,
Israel has gained support at
the United Nations since the
Persian Gulf war, especially
among the Eastern and Cen-
tral European states.

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