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November 26, 1993 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-26

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oft Holiday Some gym Safe
•••

Israel's Seat
Unchallenged

United Nations (JTA) — For
the first time since 1981,
Israel's U.N. credentials
have been accepted in the
General Assembly without a
challenge from the Arab
group of member nations.
The General Assembly
agreed to seat Israel last
week without a debate or
challenge, reflecting an im-
proved political climate in
the Middle East since Israel
and the Palestine Liberation
Organization signed their
historic accord Sept. 13 in
Washington.
From 1982 to 1989, Arab
members of the General
Assembly regularly
challenged the credentials of
the Israeli delegation. But
procedural steps taken each
year by members of the
Scandinavian delegations
prevented the world body
from voting on the Arab
challenges.
In 1990, when the United
States sided with Kuwait

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Arab states avoided
the issues.

against Iraq, the General
Assembly did not vote on
any delegation's credentials.
And in 1991 and 1992, Arab
states avoided the issue to
prevent any disruption of
the Middle East peace talks.
The director of U.N. affairs
for B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional, Harris Schoenberg,
described the lack of an Arab
challenge this year as an
"encouraging development."
In a separate development,
Israel last week voted in
favor of the Persian Gulf
state of Oman's nomination
as one of five states named to
serve as non-permanent
members of the Security
Council.
In addition to approving
Oman, the General
Assembly elected Argentina,
the Czech Republic, Nigeria
and Rwanda to begin serv-
ing a two-year term on the
Security Council starting
Jan. 1.
The council consists of five
permanent members — the
United States, France,
England, Russia and China
— as well as five other non-
permanent members: New
Zealand, Djibouti, Spain,
Brazil and Pakistan.
A spokesman for Israel's
Mission to the United
Nations said that Israel
backed Oman's nomination
"in recognition of the recent
changes in the Middle
East. - El

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