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August 30, 1991 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-30

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the Israeli-Arab conflict. She
sets out two questions: "How
does an organization whose
basic tenets include a renun-
ciation of violence explain its
longstanding support for
talks with the PLO? And se-
cond, how did an organization
once distinguished in its sup-
port of Jews . . . transform in-
to a group many regard anti-
Israel?"
We would put the questions
another way. First of all, how
can people concerned about
the Middle East and commit-
ted to nonviolence not sup-
port comprehensive peace
negotiations between Israel,
the Arab states and the
chosen representatives of the
Palestinian people? We
believe a Middle East peace
conference attended by all the
parties to the conflict pre-
sents the best hope for ending
the violence between Arabs
and Israelis.
Ms. Applebaum suggests
that supporting comprehen-
sive peace talks makes us "an
advocate for the PLO." The
assertion would surprise
many Israelis. Polls have
shown that a majority of

Israeli Jews support dialogue
with the PLO if this would
lead to a peace settlement.
Shlomo Lahat, mayor of Tel
Aviv, and Eli Landau, mayor
of Herzliyya, have been out-
spoken in their support for
negotiations with the PLO;
both are members of the
Likud party.
Support for talks with the
PLO is even stronger among
American Jews: a survey con-
ducted last year for the
American Jewish Committee
found that 70 percent of
American Jews and 73 per-
cent of American Jewish
leaders would support talks
with the PLO if the PLO
recognizes Israel and re-
nounces terrorism. According
to an ADL survey, Americans
support the establishment of
a Palestinian homeland in
the West Bank by a 3-1
margin.
Ms. Applebaum's article im-
plies that the AFSC is a
fringe group supporting un-
popular solutions to the
Israeli-Palestinian-Arab con-
flict. In fact, it is the critics
she cites who appear to be out
of step with mainstream opi-

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