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Because the European Union was
involved in developing the road map,
Israeli foreign minister Silvan
Shalom, speaking to the EU council
of ministers in Brussels this week,
requested European help on several
fronts: to encourage Egypt and
Jordan to return their ambassadors to
Israel, to assist the Palestinian
Authority to reconstruct a social wel-
fare network (a vacuum currently
being filled by Hamas), to get Iran to
contain its nuclear program and to
press Syria to end its support of
Hezbollah and other terrorist groups.

— Allan Gale, Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan Detroit

PROGRESS from page 17

the regime. Qusay, the younger one,
held vast security responsibilities. Uday
ran several publications and contributed
heavily to pro-regime and anti-Israel
propaganda.
Nimrod Raphaeli, a senior analyst
with the Middle East Media Research
Institute, said Uday's publications were
not anti-Semitic, but portrayed Zionism
and American "colonialism" as evil.
"The paper reflected the official posi-
tion of the regime, which was simply
anti-Zionism," Raphaeli said.
In the first year of the current
Palestinian uprising, Uday suggested in
his newspaper, Babg that weapons be
sent to the Palestinians.
"We have to find a Nvay, whether legal
or not, for light arms and mortars to
reach those who need them in the occu-
pied territories," Udav said on Aug. 6,
2001, according to Agence France Presse.
Uday was considered to be out of
favor with Saddam, who appeared to be
grooming Qusay as his successor. Uday
was banished to Switzerland in 1988,
and his newspaper was shut down for six
weeks in 2002.
Qusay was seen to be closely aligned
with his father's thinking. Although he
was not believed to have played any role
in the 1991 Persian Gulf War when Iraq
rained Scud missiles on Israel, Qusay
became a trusted confidant to Saddam
in recent years.



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