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October 15, 2004 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-10-15

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WITH DEMOCRATIC
LEADERS TAKING SUCH A
BELLIGERENT STANCE
TOWARDS ISRAEL...

COULD 50
YEARS OF
BI-PARTISAN
SUPPORT
FOR ISRAEL
BE AT RISK?

Mario Cuomo
to Israel:
You're killing us

Mario Cuomo inferred that
Israeli actions in the Middle
East were the reasons that ter-
rorists attacked and continue
to threaten the United States.
Cuomo said America should
tell Israel, "Up until now it was
just you and the Palestinians killing each
other — now you are killing us." (New Haven
Register, 4/16/04) Unfortunately, comments
like these are nothing new for Cuomo. He
opposed the Gulf War, saying we should
offer Sadaam Hussein "a little bit of Kuwait."

(Jewish Press, 4/28/04)

Democratic Party
Organizations
Condemn Israel

In Washington, the King County
Democratic Party added anti-Israel state-
ments to its platform. One statement voted
into the platform was a commitment "to
withhold U.S. tax dollars from Israel while it
is in violation of international law." (Seattle

Times, 5/09/04)

In Maine, the state Democratic Party
passed an anti-Israel resolution. The Maine
Democratic Party attacked Israel for denying
Palestinians the right of self-determination

join the RJC

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and to join the RJC today! Also, become a member of our
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(Maine Democratic Party Platform, 3/23/04).

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