By N. Rubin
The Oslo technique of September 1993 to January 2001 finally led to an everlasting holiday in American Judaism's conventional wall-to-wall aid for any Israeli govt. Drawing on wide new resources, Rubin analyzes what this intended for the yank and Israeli Jewish communities―critical constituencies in previous and destiny negotiations.
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The feelings were captured by Charlotte Holstein, chair of the AJCommittee’s Jewish Communal Affairs Commission. In 1991, as her group was preparing to vote on its controversial policy statement on intermarriage, she noted that her daughter was planning to marry her longtime Catholic boyfriend. “I love and respect my daughter and I would do anything to protect her happiness and her future,” she wrote. ”72 The Statement was part of the rise of the “continuity agenda,” which became the buzzword of organized Jewish life following the 1991 Council of Jewish Federations General Assembly meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
He did, however, offer the requisite words on Israel any serious presidential candidate would. 16 Besides, if personal chemistry was important in peace making, it would be hard to imagine political figures more opposite than Bill Clinton and Yitzhak Rabin. The Israeli’s experience clearly dwarfed the American’s when it came The Rabin-Peres Years ● 47 to politics, international relations, and military affairs.
47 The subsequent NJCRAC Joint Program Plan Committee, whose document provided policy guidelines and direction for local CRCs during the year, brought a decision to not even vote on the question of settlements. Rather, it agreed to send a transcript of the discussion to the Israeli government if the highly unlikely threshold of two-thirds approval by a NJCRAC plenum was not met on the proposed resolutions on settlements. 48 The nexus of the argument to grant loan guarantees—now the official position of organized Jewry—was straightforward enough: Israel’s needs were humanitarian and those needs should not be held hostage to political concerns.
American Jewry and the Oslo Years by N. Rubin