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November 18, 1966 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-18

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Israel a Winner in Adoption
of tll Resolution on Refugees

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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UNITED NATIONS — The Gen-
eral Assembly's special political
committee concluded three weeks
of debate on the refugee question
Monday night with the adoption
of a resolution calling on all gov-
ernments concerned to cooperate
with the Palestine Conciliation
Commission in its efforts to secure
repatriation or compensation for
the Arab refugees.
Before voting on the draft of the
United States resolution, the com-
mittee approved three amendments
put forward by Somalia, one of
which called on the 'commissioner
general of the United Nations Re-
lief and Works Agency for Pales-
tine Arab refugees to continue his
efcorts "including rectification of
the relief rolls as to ensure, in
cooperation with the governments
concerned, the most equitable dis-
tribution of relief based on need.'
The latter amendment, aimed
at weeding out names of dead or
nonexistent persons of the
UNRWA lists of refugees receiv-
ing aid, was approved by a vote
of 55 in favor, 54 abstentions
and with the United States vot-
ing against it. It replaced a
similar clause in the original
United States draft which had
also expressed concern over the
"limited progress" thus far ac-
hieved in the rectification of the
relief rolls.
While Israeli sources generally
expressed satisfaction with the
vote, the biggest diplomatic victory
for Israel came with the rejection
by the committee of a resolution
sponsored by Afghanistan, Malay-
sia, Pakistan and Somalia calling
for the establishment of a United
Nations custodian for property
claimed by Arabs. This resolution
was defeated by a vote of 36 in

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favor, 38 against and 36 absten-
tions.
The four-nation resolution would
have called on the secretary gen-
eral "to take all appropriate steps
to have a custodian appointed to
protect and administer Arab prop-
erty, assets and property rights in
Is r a el and to receive income
derived therefrom on behalf of the
rightful owners."
Also rejected by the committee
was another amendment sponsored
by Somalia which singled out
Israel and called on her to co-
operate with the Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission. This amend-
ment was defeated by a vote of 33
in favor, 39 against with 38 absten-
tions.
Another Somalia amendement,
calling for increased contribu-
tions to UNRWA, was approved
by the committee, while a fourth
amendement sponsored by that
country calling on the PCC to
intensify its efforts was incorpo-
rated into the American resolu-
tion by consent of the United
States.
The vote on the entire U.S. draft
with the three Somalia amend-
ments was 65 in favor. none
against, with 45 abstentions includ-
ing Israel. Israeli sources explain-
ed its delegation's abstention by
the fact that not all parts of the
resolutions were satisfactory.
The Arab states and the Soviet
bloc were among the abstainers
on the entire draft resolution and
with the exception of Romania
were among those who favored the
four-nation resolution calling for a
custodian.
Romania explained that it was
unable to support this resolution
because of its reservations in prin-
ciple regarding all measures in-
tended to place an outside author-
ity on the territory of a soverign
state against the will of the state
concerned.
Israel's Ambassador Michael
S. Comay, chairman of his gov-
ernment's delegation to the Gen-
eral Assembly, in 'his first major
address to the special political
committee, said earlier:
"What is required is a bold new
rehabilitation and compensation
program, with massive funds placed
at its disposal. This could be done
without prejudice to the political
positions and claims of any party.
We should stop being imprisoned
in the semantics of the problem,
and come to grips with its ac-
tualities. If such an imaginative
and forward-looking international
initiative could be taken for re-
integration and compensation, my
government could be counted upon
to play its own part."

Israel Bars Algerian
From Defending Saboteur

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Reliable sources
here said Tuesday that Israel has
decided to bar entry of Jacques
Verges, a Franco-Algerian attorney
who wants to defend an El Fatah
Arab saboteur captured in Israel
last month.
Verges, previously barred from
defending another Palestinian Arab
saboteur, Mohamed Hadjazi, will
not be granted an entry visa by
Israel. Verges, who has expressed
violently anti-Israel views, was
named by the Inter-Arab Bar As-
sociation to provide legal defense
for terrorists captured and tried
in Israel. Plans for the trial of
Mohamed Sukran, the second sabo-
teur, have not been disclosed.

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Friday, November 18, 1966-3

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