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Sen. Moynihan
Dies At 76

Washington/JTA — Former Sen.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-N.Y., who
battled against the United Nations'
"Zionism is racism" resolution, died
March 26 at age 76.
In 1975, when the United Nations
denigrated Zionism as racist and called
it a "threat to world peace," the then-
U.S. envoy delivered an eloquent and
emotional defense of Jewish political
independence that blasted the U.N.
resolution as anti-Semitic.
"It had become a crime to be a Jew
who wished to return to the Jewish
national homeland," Moynihan later
wrote.
Moynihan led the campaign to repeal
the resolution, which was reversed in
1991. He also spearheaded efforts to
establish international recognition of _
Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Moynihan served in the Senate from
1977 to 2001.

Muslim Textbooks
Are Anti-Semitic

New York/JTA — Textbooks used in
Islamic schools in New York teach anti-
Semitism, according to a newspaper
investigation.
According to the New York Daily
News, the books teach that Jews betrayed
the Islamic prophet Muhammad and
believe in racial superiority.
The books, which also denigrate
Christianity, are published by compa-
nies that distribute textbooks to Islamic
schools in the United States. The
founder and director of one of these
companies, Abidullah al-Ansari Ghazi,
told the Daily News that some passages
need to be changed.
But the other publisher, Yahiya
Emerick, stands by the books. "Islam,
like any belief system, believes its pro-
gram is better than others," he said.

Reform Rabbis
Back Troops

Washington/JTA — Divided over the
war in Iraq, Reform rabbis issued a res-
olution March 26 praying for the safety
of U.S. troops.
The Central Conference of American
Rabbis, which represents 1,800 Reform
rabbis, issued the pro-troops plank at
its 2003 convention in Washington,
though it "acknowledged that its ranks

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are of varied opinion" about the war.
The group "stands together in its
prayers for the security and safe return
of military personnel and civilians,
separated from home and family, serv-
ing bravely far from home," and
mourned for the loss of "all human
life" in• the war.

Report Blasts
Israel Abuses

Jerusalem/JTA — Israel committed
numerous, serious human rights abus-
es" in the West Bank and Gaza, accord-
ing to the U.S. State Department.
In its annual human rights report,
the department found that at least 990
Palestinians and two foreign nationals
were killed in violence with Israel last
year and that Israel carried out targeted
killings in "crowded areas when civilian
casualties were likely, killing 25
bystanders, including 13 children."
The report also criticized the
Palestinians for not complying "with
most of their commitments, notably
those relating to the renunciation of
violence and terrorism, taking responsi-
bility for all PLO elements and disci-
plining -violators."

Charges Dropped
Against Legislator

Jerusalem/JTA — An indictment
against an Israeli Arab legislator for
organizing trips of Israeli Arabs to Syria
was thrown out.
But at the same time it threw out the
case against Azmi Beshara, the court
allowed cases on similar charges against
his two aides to go forward.
The court said Beshara could not be
tried for illegally organizing trips to an
enemy country because he is a member
of Knesset. Beshara's lawyer said he
would appeal to the court to drop the
charges against the aides as well.

French Hatred
On The Increase

Paris/JTA — Racist and anti-Semitic
attacks in France last - 'ear were the
worst in almost a decade, a leading
human rights organization said.
In its annual report, presented March
27 to French Prime Minister Jean-
Pierre Raffarin, the National
Consultative Commission for Human
Rights said 313 violent racist acts had
been recorded in 2002, up from just 71

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