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October 07, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-07

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Arabs Attack Israel While Hussein Accuses Nasser at Unit d Nations

(Continued from Page 1)
tine and it is no less so today."
Authoritative sources here
—as well as in Washington
and in New York—expressed
"absolute conviction" that the
United States has no intention
of supporting President Nas-
ser of the United Arab Re-
public in his bid for a seat
on the United Nations Secur-
ity Council.

All indications are that Presi-
dent Eisenhower, Vice Presi-
dent Nixon, Secretary of State
Herter and Ambassador Henry
Cabot Lodge, former head of
the American delegation to the
United Nations, are opposed to
assisting Nasser to realize his
ambition, it was emphasized.
The United States will sup-
port the candidacy of another
of the Afro-Asian states for the
seat in the Security Council,
these sources said. They indi-
cated that Nasser's alignmen
with the hostile attitude to
bySoviet Premier Nikita K sh-
chev against UN Secretar Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjol is ,re-
garded as a sure det ent to
his ability to secure nerican
support.
news-
Both leading New Y
and
papers, the New York Ti
the New York Herald Tr
came out with editorials against
Nasser. The Times urged the
United States Government not
to back Nasser for a seat in the
UN Security Council, since he
is violating the Security Coun-
cil's decisions to keep the Suez
Canal open to all nations. The,
Herald Tribune said that Nas-
ser's talk at the UN, advocating
international peace, is meaning-
less as long as he refuses to
come to peace terms with Israel.
"Amity, like charity, begins at
home," the paper pointed out.

would be willing to meet with
Israel's Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion to discuss a pos-
sible peace treaty, he replied:
"A just solution of the Pales-
tine question must come first.
United Nations resolutions are
there and they must be carried
out. It is not the responsibility
of my country to settle the Pal-
estine question, but it concerns
the Palestinians. I do not
think they would agree to my
participation in such a meeting."
"If we approach the Palestine
question in any attitude other
than the correction of injus-
tices," he asserted, "we would
only add to the difficulties. The
solution of those problems is
not the responsibility of Jordan
or any other Arab country.
There is Jordan, there is Israel,
'ted Nations-
there is t
an
ns must
about just solu ns."
As far as the Unite States
was concerned, he sai
in re-
sponse to a question
nt the
possible c• trib io
e U.S.
ab refu-
to a
o
ed States
ge t •robl
nce at the
ring about a
Unit: Nations
solutio
ether Jordan was
As
o reverse its policy of
refusing to admit American citi-
zens of the Jewish faith, he
said: "There is no such "prob-
lem at all." He said he did not
expect to meet with any other

Lst

United States officials, having
met Secretary of State Herter,
and will return home by way of
London soon.
Israel Foreign Minister Golda
Meir did not address the Unite
Nations General Assembly We
nesday, as originally plan
She will address that bod
some future • date, it
learned.

Ben-Gurion Reports on UN
Assembly Actions to Cabinet

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion dis-
cussed with his Cabinet the
latest Middle East developments
'reported from the, United Na-
tions, including the addresses
made by Nasser and Ghana's
President Nkrumah.
Nkrumah warned that an
Arab effort to wipe out Israel
would lead to "global war." He
also proposed that the Arab ref-

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The United Arab Republic's
delegation at the United Na-
tions issued a statement deny-
ing a , report that Nasser had
decided to side with the West-
ern Powers against Khrush-
chev's request to replace Ham-
marskjold and to move the
headquarters from the United
States to another country.
Prime Minister Saeb Salaarit
of Lebanon Tuesday joined
other heads of Arab delega-
tions to the UN General As-
sembly in their attacks
against Israel.

The Lebanese Prime Minis-
ter, addressing the UN Assem-
bly, said that the partioning of
Palestine by the United Na-
tions in 1947 into Jewish and
Arab states was an "injustice
against the expressed wishes
of the majority of the Pales-
tinian people." He accused the
United Nations of failing to do
"justice" to the Arab refugee
Without a "just solution" of t
Palestine refugee problem,
said, "there can be no hope f
a permanent peace and stabilit
in the Middle East." -
Complaining againt Jewish
immigration to Israel, the Leba-
nese Premier spoke of the Arab
refugees witnessing "with an-
guish and alarm Zionist immi-
grants recruited from the cor-
ners of the earth occupying
their homes and cultivating
their ancestral fields!'
"Let me -make it unmistak-
ably clear," he declared, "that
the Arab countries distinguish
between Judaism and Zionism.
For the former we have deep
reverence and respect. But the
latter we consider not only an
enemy of the Arab peoples but
a constant threat to regional
stability and a danger to world
peace."
Speaking at the Overseas
Press Club Tuesday, King Hus-
sein of Jordan dealt with Arab-
Israel issues and said that the
only possibility of solving them
was through the United Nations.
"The United Nations should
bring about a just solution of
the Palestine question," he em-
phasized.
At one point, in response to
a question as to whether he

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e evening
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at the United Nations.

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