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August 30, 1991 - Image 17

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We've Got You Covered

Goldberg, or our former
undersecretary of state,
Eugene Rostow. Admittedly,
242 is very loosely for-
mulated. But, what 242 lacks
in specificity, it more than
makes up for in ambiguity.
For example, 242 doesn't
begin to tell us who were the
aggressors in the Six-Day
War and who was the victim
of aggression. It muddies up
the whole question of interna-
tional borders and armistice
lines. And, it makes no
distinction between the
forceful acquisition of ter-
ritory and the acquisition of
territory in a "just war."
There are other problems,
like the question of sponsor-
ship. The Soviet Union which
has, almost from the beginn-
ing, fueled the Arab-Israeli
conflict; the Soviet Union
from which tens of thousands
of Jews are now fleeing; that
Soviet Union is slated to be a
co-sponsor of the peace
process.
The PLO, whose covenant
reads like a death warrant for
the Jewish state, insist there
won't be a minyan without
them.
The UN also feels that they
have a role to play. After all,
10 years of Kurt Waldheim
and 16 years of Zionism
equals Racism should count
for something.
Then there is the Bush ad-
ministration. After the aban-
donment of Lebanon and the
betrayal of the Kurds, this
peace process must be as com-
forting to Yitzhak Shamir as
an advanced case of psoriasis.
Maybe it's just a
typographic error. Maybe
what Bush-Baker had in
mind all along was a "Piece
Process." A piece of Israel to-
day and another piece tomor-
row and tomorrow and
tomorrow.

Mitchell Finkel
Silver Spring, Md.

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