JERUSALEM (Nov. 12)
Deputy Premier Yitzhak Shamir called yesterday for creation of a new United Nations, an alternative organization that would include only the democratic countries.
Shamir, who is also Foreign Minister, spoke at a symposium on the ninth anniversary of the United Nations resolution that equated Zionism with racism. He contended that the resolution was passed because the Arabs and their allies have an automatic majority in the General Assembly. He noted, however, that even so, they have failed to recruit the support necessary to expel Israel from the world organization.
The symposium, held at the Presidential residence, was attended, among others, by Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D. NY), a former U.S. Ambassador to the UN, and Benyamin Moniez, the Ambassador of Costa Rica, one of the few countries that voted against the Zionism-racism resolution nearly a decade ago.