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Skukai•y Calls for End to Hussein Regime
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Syria pledged to reinstate certain
the form of UNRW..A. rations for pro-Nasser army officers purged
Palestine Liberation Army re- from the Syrian army and dismiss
cruits. I can assure you that the Communist officers who gained
Department has the situation in power since extreme leftists took
the Near East under constant and control in Syria last February.
careful review with particular con-
Evidently angered at the speech
cern for any development that by King Hussein of Jordan op-
would lead to an increase of ten- posing the Palestine Liberation Or-
sion between Israel and the Arab ganization as an "extremist" body
and proposing the possible integra-
The Jewish War Veterans com- tion of the Arab refugees in the
mended the State Department for Arab countries where they are
:'asking the United Nations to sus- maintained in camps operated by
'pend ration distribution to Arabs the United Nations, Egypt's Presi-
who are training in military guer- dent Nasser attacked Hussein in-
rilla tactics. The national coml directly and declared that Egypt
mander, Milton Waldor, urged the can no longer look toward "Arab
U. S. to "remind the UN Secretary- coexistence" with "reactionary"
General that the United States has Arab states.
Nasser 's address, June 15, was
paid. more than 70 per cent of the
UNRWA bill since that agency was delivered at Damanhur, 100 miles
north of Cairo. For the first time,
created 16 years ago."
Nasser placed the Arab fight
Meanwhile Shukairy has called against Israel in second place, in-
for the destruction of the present sisting that Arab "progressivism"
regime in Jordan, according to .must take top priority. "Arab re-
a Beirut dispatch received by actionary elements," he said, "can-
The Times of London. Shukairy not march with progressive forces,
has also called on members of even if the road leads to the lib-
the Jordanian Cabinet to resign. eration of Palestine, because pro-
Shukairy's open call for the un- gressive forces see in the reaction-
seating of the Jordanian govern- aries a danger even greater than
ment, headed by King Hussein, Israel itself."
was a response to the king's an-
Senator Vance Hartke, Indiana
nouncement of a week ago that Democrat, outlined a list of pre-
he would ban the PLO from all conditions that he said the
activities in his kingdom, and United States should impose on
would forbid Arab refugees to join any further assistance to Egypt.
Speaking on the floor of the Sen-
King Hussein had, at the same ate, Sen. Hartke warned that
time, proposed that all Arab the U.S. government was secret-
refugees be absorbed for integra- ly negotiating to provide $150,-
tion in the countries and areas 000,000 in aid to Egypt although
where they are now maintained Egyptian President Nasser had
—Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and the barred the U.S. Sixth Fleet from.
her ports and was using her own
The dispatch reported that King assets to purchase Soviet arms
Hussein has widened his breach for aggressive purposes.
Sen. Hartke's "preconditions" on
with the pro-Nasser forces in the
region. His government issued an aid to Egypt would include require-
order Tuesday that Syrians wish- ments that no U.S. aid would be
ing to enter Jordan must hereafter resold to other countries; that the
present passports. Until now, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Syrians could enter Jordan by pre- assess Egyptian food resources;
senting Syrian identy cards only. that the United States determine
As to Shukairy's call for a re- what percentage of -Egyptian mili-
volt against the king, official tary cutbacks can be diverted to
sources in Jordan said it was "un- food purchase; that a determina-
tion be made on the number of
worthy of comment."
Another Jordanian development unemployed who can be put on
Tuesday, which was seen as con- subsistence projects within Egypt;
that we stipulate the amount of
nected with King
earmarked for school feeding
programs; that we stipulate the
rel with the Pal-
amount of food for maternal and
infant usage; that public health in-
spectors oversee the distribution
of food to avoid profiteering; and
in Amman of Haj
that food production facilities re-
quired in Egypt be financed with
the former Grand
counterpart funds the United
Mufti of Jerusa-
States possesses there.
lem. The latter
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
has been anti-
Republican, and Sen. Claiborn Pell,
Rhode Island Democrat, voiced
World War II,
agreement with - the Hartke pro-
other moves, he
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
went to Berlin
to confer with
B-G Outlines Plans
nounced Tuesday that the dor- for Shadow Cabinet
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—David Ben-
mant "Arab Higher Committee"
has re-established offices in the Gurion, resolved to bring down
Jordanian capital, headed by the the Eshkol government as soon as
ex-Grand Mufti, in an apparent possible, is now making plans for
move to split the Palestine Arab the composition of an alternative
refugees and win them away from cabinet to that of Ma'arach (Mapai-
Ahdut Avodah), according to well-
A mass meeting of about 1.000 informed journalistic sources.
Under B-G's plan, the new bloc
persons in Amman was also re-
ported by the Times Tuesday to will be composed of Gahal, Rafi,
have cheered speakers who de- Hapoel HaMizraehi, Mizrachi, In-
nounced Shukairy for his an- dependent Liberals and Agudat
nouncement about sending mem..., Yisroel — which would add up to
bers of the PLO for training in 58 votes in the Knesset.
Ben-Gurion is convinced that he
Communist China as guerrillas
who would prepare for war against will succeed in attracting a certain
Israel by joining anti-United States number of Ma'arach members, and
perhaps the four Arab deputies as
forces in South Vietnam.
Egypt and Syria have agreed well, which would give him the
on certain joint military steps in required majority.
As for himself, the former prime
the Arab plan for an eventual
war against Israel, the official minister intends to remain in the
background and hopes to propose
Iraqi radio reported.
The report, confirmed by neith- Moshe Chaim Shapiro, leader of
er Cairo nor Damascus, said that Hapoel HaMizrachi, for the office
Egypt would set up two military of prime minister, as the latter is
air 'bases in Syria and give that acceptable and enjoys the confi-
country items of Soviet military dence of all factions.
equipment held back after Syria
Mark Spitz, 16, was the out-
quit the United Arab Republic in
1961. The equipment reportedly in- standing competitor at the Na-
cludes three submarines. The Bag- tional AAU men's indoor swimming
dad reports said that, in return,. championship in Brandon, Fla.
phrey was criticized by the so-
called "Palestine Arab Delega-
tion," of New York, for pro-Israel
statements at his address before
the American Jewish Press Asso-
ciation on June 2.
In a • letter of denunciation ad-
dressed to Humphrey, Issa Nakhleh
and Omar Azouni, who described
themselves. as "permanent repre-
sentatives of the Palestine Arab
Delegation," said they were "deep-
ly shocked" by Humphrey's com-
ments on Chinese Communist col-
laboration with the Palestine Lib-
Sen. Ted Kennedy Insists
on Removing Arab Soldiers
From UN Relief Rolls
NEW YORK (JTA)—Estimating
that there are "between 10,000 and
14,000" Arab refugees enlisted in
the Palestine Liberation Army,
which is dedicated to war against
Israel, and that they were all re-
ceiving food and supplies from the
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency, Sen. Edward Kennedy re-
iterated his request that they be
stricken from the UNRWA relief
rolls. Speaking at -a dinner here of
the Brandeis University trustees,
the senator said:
"It is incompatible with United
States policy and with the funda-
mental concept of the United Na-
tions to supply aid in any way to
members of any army whose pur-
pose is to work against a member
nation of the United Nations." Sen.
Kennedy, who is chairman of the
Senate subcommittee on refuges,
cited also other "substantial abuses
in the UNRWA operation" in Jor-
dan, Lebanon, Syria and Egypt.
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