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June 23, 1995 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-23

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Dole that would force the State
Department to move its embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem or
face the loss of critical funding.
APN, echoing the Israeli gov-
ernment and the Clinton admin-
istration, insists that moving the
embassy now would jeopardize
the peace process.
"There should be no doubt
about the motives of groups that
seek to
raise the issue of Jerusalem
during the complex negotiations
between the Israeli government
and the Palestinians," said Gary

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Senator Robert Dole

E. Rubin, APN's executive direc-
tor. "Their ploy is to exploit the
popular issue of Jerusalem to
achieve the unpopular goal of de-
stroying the peace talks."
That pits APN against a long
list of pro-Israel groups support-
ing the Dole proposal, headed by
the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC).
But the American Jewish Con-
gress' enthusiastic support for the
measure touched off an internal
rebellion from some leaders who
agreed with the Rabin govern-
ment's assessment of the issue.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-
Calif., is leading congressional
opposition to the proposal. Sen.
Feinstein is drafting legislation
reaffirming the importance of
moving the embassy, but only
when it is consistent with the
peace process.
The other hot issue is the Mid-
dle East Peace Facilitation Act,
which allows American aid to the
PLO. That law must be renewed
in June, and groups that take a
skeptical view of the current
peace process are working hard
to toughen language that ties
PLO aid to Yasser Arafat perfor-
mance in combating terrorism.
Recently, the Zionist Organi-
zation of America issued a
lengthy report on PLO compli-
ance showing --not surprisingly
— that the Palestinian group has
not lived up to its promises. Last
week. ZOA president Mort Klein
spent two days on Capitol Hill,
pressing for tougher restrictions
on American aid.

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