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August 21, 1992 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-21

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Mr. Bruzonsky has also
alienated organizations like
the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC),
the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, even his former
employer, the World Jewish
Congress.
"Most American Jews be-
lieve what they've been told
by Jewish institutional lead-
ers for the last 50 years," Mr.
Bruzonsky said. "But they
have failed to tell their read-
ers and members what is re-
ally going on."
Elan Steinberg, executive
director of the World Jewish
Congress, said JCOME has
no credibility. He said Mr.
Bruzonsky worked for the
WJCongress as a part-time
consultant, arranging meet-
ings in Washington.
Mr. Bruzonsky, who holds
a master's degree in interna-
tional affairs from Princeton
University and a law degree
from New York University,
says he worked for the World
Jewish Congress from 1976 to
1983 under former directors
Nahum Goldmann and Philip
Klutznick.
As a representative, Mr.
Bruzonsky says he traveled
to the former Soviet Union,
Arab countries and Israel,
setting up dialogues between
World Jewish Congress and
members of these govern-
ments.
"The irony is that through
these trips I became aware of
how the Palestinians were be-
ing treated," Mr. Bruzonsky
said. His visits to Israeli ad-
ministered territories, he
says, convinced him of the
need to speak publicly about
Israel's policies toward the
Palestinians.
In November 1985, Mr.
Bruzonsky had dinner with
Yassir Arafat and other lead-
ers of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, at Kubba
Palace in Cairo. In 1977, Mr.
Bruzonsky met with former
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat to arrange for the first
telegram ever sent from the
Arab world to Israel.
"The reality is that a huge
number of Palestinian women
and children are killed by
Jewish terrorists in far
greater proportion than Jews
have been killed by Pales-
tinians," Mr. Bruzonsky said.
Mr. Bruzonsky married a
Palestinian woman in August
1988. Before they were mar-
ried, the couple lived secretly
in Washington, D.C., not
telling anyone of their in-
volvement. They divorced
about a year ago.
"I don't know the evolution

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