Israel Criticized in Senator 'Clark's Report;
Proposals Include Readmission of Refugees
Friday, April 21, 1967-17
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PHILADELPHIA—The 65 char- and personnel from the State
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen. the formation of an international from moving in an extreme anti- ter members of a new Bnai Brith Liquor Control Board, the depart-
lodge in Philadelphia have a com- ment of licenses and inspections
Joseph S. Clark, Pennsylvania consortium to rescue the Egyptian Western course.
Democrat, in a report to the Sen- economy from impending disaster
Mackawee descibed Israel as "a mon interest. Their profession is and the Philadelphia District
ate Foreign Relations Committee on condition that Nasser should pawn of Western imperialism" in enforcing the law.
on his recent study mission to the substantially reduce his armed announcing the intention to block
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Ignorance never settles a ques-
Lodge is composed of city magis-
Middle East, stressed the Arab forces." He urged conditioning of Israeli transit of the Red Sea.
policemen, postal inspectors tion.
refugee problem and urged that further food shipments to Egypt on
(Syrian President Atassi an-
the United States "utilize diplo- "cessation of Nasser's acquisition nounced
that Syria was ready "at
matic pressure on Israel to repa- of arms from the Soviet Union or . any moment" to launch a war on
triate a substantial number of elsewhere and the return of his Israel, it was reported Tuesday
refugees who might be persuaded troops from Yemen."
from 3eirut. He invited all Arabs
to return to their own villages
In other recommendations, Sen. to come to Syria to join ranks of
Clark said the United St a t es his "popular army" of farmers,
He suggested that the United should take the initiative in elimi- workers and peasants for the "war
Nations "break up the camps grad- nating the Arab refugee camps of liberation.")
ually, pa3,ini, the government of and the assimilation of the refu-
Arab diplomats have asked the
Jordan a sufficient international gees into the economies of Israel
subsidy to move families on to and the Arab countries where the United States to clarify whether
or not the United States has as-
arable lands or into communities camps are located." He urged that
sured Israel that the U.S. Sixth
where employment opportunities "the United States should continue
Fleet would defend the Jewish
can be found in Jordan and else- to uphold the political independ-
where — possibly to some extent ence and territorial integrity of state.
The Arabs made reference to
on arable land soon to be irrigated the State of Israel.
an interview of Israeli prime minis-
closer to the Jordan River."
at the other side of ter Levi Eshkol published by the
Sen. Clark said the policy he the Looking
coin, Sen. Charles H. Percy, U.S. News and World Report maga-
recommended, including repatria-
Illinois Republican, warned the zine. Eshkol indicated in the in-
tion to Israel, "has its dangers
that "with so terview that the United States had
and should be carried out grad- much of Tuesday
our national attention given Israel defense reassurances
ually and with great care. But a
on Southeast Asia, involving the Sixth Fleet.
continuation of the present policy concentrated
is unfortunate that trouble
It was learned Tuesday that a
may hold even greater dangers." it
of the world number of so-called pro-Western
He pointed out that the numbers fail to receive parts
adequate consi- Arab governments have asked the
of Arab refugees were increasing deration."
United States to define its secur-
and that the camps were breeding
He singled out the dangers ity commitments to them and to
hate and trouble.
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Israel was subjected to criticism emerging iri the British withdrawal Israel. (Related stories Page 19).
by Sen: Clark who went even from Aden and the South Arabian
further.by terming Egyptian Presi- federation as well as Syrian ter-
rorism against Israel.
dent Nasser a "pharaoh."
In his first Senate address on
He charged that he found in
brael "little internal democracy the Near East, Sen. Percy ques-
within the many political parties."
He alleged that the original drive
the peoples o f
which founded the country and
built its political and economic
; would find real
structure has pretty well petered
out. There is a good deal of apathy
and cynicism in the new genera-
tion, both of sabras (born in Is-
tion of Yemen.
rael) and immigrants."
Alluding t o
Sen. Clark maintained that
Egypt, Sen. Per-
°there is no real economic need
cy said "The
for more immigrants" to Israel.
source of danger
He charged that "as of last fall
threatening t h e
almost the entire classof spring
graduates from the engineering
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states in the
school of the technical univer-
CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA, which appears on so many Heinz labels.
Sen. Percy Middle East as
sity was unemployed. Unemploy- elsewhere is not the old colonial
advertise our Kashruth endorsement extensively right through the year.
ment is becoming chronic and powers, but new ones."
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persistent in the urban areas."
Tracing the difficulties on the
The fact is:
Sen. Clark found it "disturbing" Syrian-Israel frontier, he charged
that the Israeli "press is tame and the Syrians with "unprovoked vio-
Heinz CI Varieties are Kosher foryeaCround use, but
censored on security matters, a lence" which he termed "unpar-
The tg does not mean "Kosher for Passover."
phrase given, as in the United donable." Sen. Percy said "Syria
To make assurance doubly sure, we publish this, our annual message.
States, the broadest of meanings." has fomented many acts of vio-
And we also use this opportunity to wish you and your dearones a
The Senator asserted that "a few knee
from its territory against
vigorous hawkish military leaders Israel."
The Illinois Senator accused
ence on politico-economic deci- Syria of failing to cooperate with
sions. Moreover, the country has the United Nations Truce Super-
remained in a state of military
vision Organization and refusing
alert for so long that Israel seems to discuss "without any precondi-
to have become a modern Sparta
tions the single point on the agenda
III its political-military attitudes." to which it had agreed." He point-
"The status quo in politics, milt-
ed out that "at every stage Israel
Cary policy, economics, and sociol- has reiterated its readiness to dis-
ogy may well be breaking down
cuss the point immediately."
in Israel." he stated, "What will
lie called attention to Syria's
replace it is anybody's guess; but
threat "of aggressive and hostile
it can be hoped that the drive acts over all the demarcation
Which founded the country can be
Communicated to new leaders who lines."
Meanwhile. South Arabia's
will maintain a secure and pros= leading nationalist movement,
porous state oriented to war d
the. Nasser-backed "Flosy" front
for the "liberation" of South
Sen. Clark said there would be
Arabia, pledged Tuesday that a
no peace or disarmament in the Flosy
regime in Aden "will cer-
Mideast until "the United States
tainly close the southern en-
and the Soviet Union agree, to- trance to the Red Sea (the Eilat
gether with their respective allies,
to stop the arms race; England,
western end of the protectorate
France and West Germany and
commands the narrow channel
other Western powers are per-
between the Red Sea and the
suaded that their own national
Gulf of Aden.
self-interest is not in permitting
According to reports received in
citizens to make a fast buck
arms, but in peace in -Washington, the secretary-general
by Mideast: and the Arab nations, of Flosy. Abdul Qawee Mackawee.
Unable to purchase or manufac- former chief minister of the Aden
ture weapons required for modern protectorate, pronounced that the
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warfare, accept the inevitable and regime to emerge upon British de-
make permanent peace with Is- parture would be "an Arab social.
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ist republic." He said "our policy
In tomato sauce
will be hostile to Britain. the
According to Sen. Clark "pri-
marily this is a problem of deal-
Flosy is the leading terrorist
ing with Nasser, for if he should
disappear from the scene or be movement in Aden and the adjoin-
attitude there are no insoluble British-protected South Arabian
Britain has announced
barriers to such a course of ac- federations.
Von in the other Arab states, intention to pull out.
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Tuesday's strong expression sur-
Most of which are too weak to
prised U.S. officials who have
bet aggressive externally."
Sen. Clark recommended that maintained informal contacts with
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United States should promote Flosy in hopes of preventing it