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September 08, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-08

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Neutral Nations Parley Condemns 'Imperialistic Policies' in Middle East

(Continued from Page -3)
this respect to recommend a
just solution."

The Sudan representative,
Ibrahiin Abbud, president of the
Sudan Supreme Military Coun-
cil, called Israel "the cancer
in the Arab world."

Lebanese Premier Saeb Sa
lam told the conference that
the events in Palestine consti-
tuted an example of violation
of human rights. He said land
was usurped and homes and
farms. had been occupied by
"Zionists" from all over the
world. Describing Israel as a
"bridgehead of imperialism
in Arab lan

the Le
e premier • aid
that
erialism was pene-
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into Africa through
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tine
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e Tw
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e plight of t
ve
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ch, he
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human con-
scien
e world over. While
the world repeatedly recognized

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waharlal Nehru said at a press
conference that, in his opinion,
the conference should issue
only a "very general declara-
tion" on Arab-Israeli problems,
without mentioning any specific
assues as, presumably, most of
I the
Arab delegations would like
I to see adopted. "We must not
commit ourselves in a world
I already
heavily committed. We
I must attempt to decommit the
world," Nehru said.
I Concerning India's relations
with Israel, the Indian leader
said that, prior to the Suez-
I Sinai crisis of 1956, India and
I Israel had maintained consu-
lates in each other's countries,
I "although no diplomatic rela-
tions were established." After
that crisis had developed, how-
I ever, he stated, "I personally
felt terribly frustrated." Now,
he said, "it is utterly difficult
I to lend Israel any recognition
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mediate prospects for a solu-
tion of the Arab-Israeli prob-
lem "except the insulation of
the issue by the United Na-
tions and UN gu ar ding
against fresh outbreaks of
hostilities." He referred to
the presence of the United
Nations Emergency Force on
the Gaza-ISrael border as

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srael, ,the Tunisian Min-
r of Information, Moham-
ed Masmoudi, told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agen-cy cor-
respondent here that no refer-
ence to the "Palestine issue"
will probably be made in the
final statements which will be
issued by the conference.
However, he indicated that
the issue would certainly be
discussed in full during
closed door commission meet-
ings.

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their rights, Sowayel declared,
nothing was done about it. The
Saudi Arabian was the only
Arab representative -who placed
the Palestine issue first on the
list of imperialist evils, others
giving priority to Algeria, Biz-
erte or Angola.
Foreign Minister Hashim Ja-
wad, Of Iraq, said that the par-
tition of Palestine was an ex-
ample of imperialist policies.
Defining Israel as an artificial
state with an "illegitimate exis-
tence," Jawad said that parti-
tion constituted an imperialist
violation of international law
d the United Nations Charter,
'nfringed on human justice
he said, it deprived more
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"better than no troops."

It was noted here that neither
President Tito of Yugoslavia,
nor - Archbishop Makarios, who
,heads the government of Cy-
prus, mentioned the Arab-
Israeli . conflicts in their ad-
dresses, in which they evalu-
ated the crucial dangers facing
the world at present.
The speeches were marked by
the first public statement on
the issue by the new premier
of the Algerian provisional gov-
ernment, Benyoussef Ben Khed-
da. He presented an analysis of
"colonialist crimes" and prom-
ised Algerian support to all
countries and peoples fighting
for independence including
"Palestine, where one million
Arabs were chased from their
homes by imperialism."
The statement also was the
first stand- on the dispute by an
authoritative and responsible
Algerian leader:

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Prince Elhassan, personal
representative of the king of
Yemen, said the Pales
partition of 1948
a
shrewd device o
colonia
fists to maint '
eir power."

He said
"this crime was
perpetrat
y the colonialists
to atta•
eir aim
his
tition
inst justi e
a
terna
al problem
a
worl
eace.-
tions
ust ta ,
e re- n -
bility r this •roblem and re-
pair
fault against one mil-
lion p
le now living in
without
cause 'their s e o • ngs are in
-the hands of usurpers for the
benefit, of imperialism."
Guinea Foreign Minister
Louis Lasana listed Palestine
as one of the world's "crucial
contemporary problems." He
was the only non-Arab to men
Lion Palestine in the confer
ence.

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He added that t

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e iss
when tion with the
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ecurity
sai
e delegat•
had ai
did not wa
ondents "to g
ads of stat•"
The Barre•rrespondent
romptly got in touch w•
rael ambassador
sit-
the diplo-
matic co • s. The Israeli corres-
pondents were then offered
special press cards allowing
them entrance to the press
building but this offer was flat-
ly rejected. Later, they were
summoned by Novikovic, who

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A Cairo weekly, "Elyussef,"
was being circulated which
contained a whole page on
"Israel's attempted spying" at
the conference. The article
asserted that eight Israeli
spies disguised as journalists
"infiltrated" themselves in
hotels accommodating Arab
delegates to spy and "dissem-
inate dissent."

Nine Israeli journalists who
had been barred, under Arab
pressure, from covering the
meeting, had their press cards
returned with expressions of
"regret" for a "misunderstand-
ing" and a request for their co-
operation to avoid "future diffi-
culties."
The incident began when five
of the journalists came to the
conference building Friday
morning and stood with other
correspondents awaiting the ar-
rival of delegation heads. Sud-
denly a Yugoslav security of-
ficer asked all correspondents
to show their press cards. Whe
the Israeli cards were in
possession,. he put them in
pocket and told the I
newsmen "You go to the
center and stay there."
of other Israeli correspo
were withdrawn as soon
ficials examined them. -

•When Israelis questione
conference press service chief
Novikovic, he admitted frank-
ly that the conference spon-
sors had been under Arab
pressure, particularly that of
the United Arab Republic.
The Arabs, he said, had asked
why the Israelis had been ac-
credited and had been told
that Yugoslavia had diplo-
matic relations with Israel,
and that any foreign corres-
pondent was entitled to -ac-
creditation on the principle

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