Middle-East 'Nuclear Deadline' Seen by 'Saturday Beviewe
Israel, Egypt May Possess Atom Bomb Within Three Years
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, November 10, 1967
Yael, Hussein Exchange
ite MP Richard H. S. Crossman, spokesman said Wednesday the' Israel's "approaching doom" in the Smiles in Brief Encounter
a change. The
there had UAR guaranteed "the right of Is- tense days before the Six-Day War
PARIS Who was seen smiling
NEW YORK—The warning that been
rael to exist," embodied in the last June. He declared that, in at Mrs. Yael Dayan Sion, daugh-
the world is facing a "nuclear
Egyptian-Israeli armistice agree- , view of Israel's experiences, "never ter of the Israel defense minis-
deadline" in the Middle East and said that C rossman's speech was
ments of 1949.
ter? Jordan's King Hussein,
that "both Egypt andI I may a "private statement .")
Israel Prime Minister Levi Esh- Dr. Mohammed H. el-Zayyat I again shall we allow ourselves to that's who.
have the bomb within three years"
put in such a situation of dan-
The king was holding a press
was given in the current issue of kol reported to a special session of said Israel's existence and security' be The
Israeli diplomat, speaking conference at the hotel where
the Saturday Review, a leading the Cabinet Tuesday night on were "safeguarded" by the Arab-
Egypt's request for an urgent Israeli armistice agreements of at a special Balfour Day celebra- the young authoress is staying
American journal of opinion.
meeting of the Security Council.
s), they tion of the Zionist Federation of while preparing the scenario of
An editorial signed by Norman meeting
Great Britain, reiterated that Is- the Franco-Israeli film, "Six
consensus was that a resolu- 190
up." the UN machine'
Cousins, editor of the review, called
the coon- He said Egypt does know Israel rael can depend only upon her own Days in June."
for an immediate ban on all ship- cif
Mrs. Sion, who said she de-
strength and ability because, in
ments of arms to the Middle East.
external elements cided to take a look at the king
The editorial noted that a for- the territories occupied in the Six- paper (the agreement); we did not times of test, "all
merely out of curiosity, was not
sign it with shadows." He said, of our
mula to "keep the United Nations
On Tuesday, the United States however , that his statement was fragile or illusory." Eban arrived asked for papers by the Jor-
itself from being torn apart be-
danian secret service although
cause of the inability of its mem- and a three-power group composed "not a ' recognition of Israel," from New York where he is head-
' ing the Israeli delegation at the she sat in the front row. The king
bers to agree" on a formula to end of India, Mali and Nigeria intro- meaning the recognition of Israel
didn't know who she was, she
the Arab-Israeli war has "suc- duced separate draft resolutions as a legitimate state.
Later, Eban said at a press con- said, adding:
ceeded in avoiding serious clashes to the Security Council, each seek- El-Zayyat recalled that the UAR
"He smiled at the woman, not
or ruptures inside the United Na-
tions. But it does not meet the crisis, after Egypt had formally meat, which stipulates "the right Minister Harold Wilson and For- at the general's daughter. I
at the King, not at the
of each party to its security and eign Secretary George Brown, that
central problem, which is to bring
freedom from fear of attack by he had received the "impression" man."
about a workable, durable, and en- of the council.
the armed forces of the other shall that Britain wants "a new peace
forceable end to the Arab-Israeli
the former because it did not make be fully respected."
structure and not the old struc- Classified Ads Get Quick Results
war," it said.
"Meanwhile,"the editorial as- it clear that there must be direct
It was also reported that Egypt ture" which existed in the Middle
serted, "the world is confronted
was ready to resume diplomatic East before the June war.
Observing that no plans had
by a nuclear deadline; both because it prejudiced Israel's posi- relations with the United States.
been made for a formal com-
Egypt and Israel may have the tion and was drafted in close con- The conditions asked by Egypt
munique on the talks, Eban said
bomb within three years. The
foi acceptance of President John-
AND HER GYPSIES
present UN resolution notwith- Republic.
that he was not authorized to
son's five points were said to be
Another Japanese proposal, still nonnegotiable.
standing, the current situation in
reveal details but that "the talks
the Middle East is just as pre-
Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israel's de- were useful, particularly the ex-
carious today as it was before jected.
fense minister, expressed Tuesday amination of the positions. We
the recent outbreaks. For the UN
Israel's "profound regret and dis- are not so far apart on policies
has taken no action to prevent five principles on the solution of appointment over the refusal of on the Middle East as some pub-
the renewed massive shipments the Mideast crisis voiced by Presi- the UN to investigate and fix the lished comment, particularly in
to the belligerents of planes, dent Johnson last June, but added exact spot off the Sinai coast where Israel, seemed to imply." British
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tanks, bombs and guns by the a request that the secretary-gen- the Israeli destroyer Elath was efforts to obtain renewal of re-
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Soviet Union and the United
sunk on Oct. 21 by Soviet-made lations with Egypt were criticiz-
States. The Soviet Union, with to "assist" both the Arabs and Is- missiles from Egyptian attack ed in Israel as being allegedly
an eye on its power position in rael to achieve "a just and last- boats.
based on commitments to Egypt
the Middle East, is selling only
Those views were relayed by to pressure Israel to withdraw
to the Arabs, but the United ed for the establishment of a de- Gen. Dayan to Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, from occupied Arab territories.
States, with fine impartiality, is militarized zone between Israel and head of the UN observation forces
Eban said that "we do not want
the hostile Arab states, and re-
selling to all."
the Suez area, during a meet- to negotiate" with the Arab coun-
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The editorial rejected the Ameri- quested that the shipment of arms in
"on the basis of victor and
can argument that the U.S. had
Gen. Bull came to the office to vanquished, but as neighbors." He ;
Like the American draft, the discuss
been forced by the Soviet Union
proposals by UN Secretary also said he hoped the "mutual;
and said the American position three-power document called for General U Thant to extend the UN shock" of the June war would
would be more convincing if the withdrawal of Israeli troops from observers force, both in manpower impel talks for Middle East peace. I
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United States had made a "sus- the occupied Arab areas. Both the and transport facilities, including Ile added that the main goal of
tained and major effort inside the three co-sponsors failed to men- sea and air vehicles. Israeli foreign policy was to bar
for All Occasions
United Nations to bring about a tion the persistent Arab demands
ban on shipments of arms to the that such a withdrawal be imme- demand that the UN map a fixed tion of the pre-June period."
Middle East and, indeed, to any diate, or to request that Israel cease-fire line between the Israeli
other areas of the world." The pull back its troops to the pre- and Egyptian positions along the
editorial warned that "The weapons June 5 armistice lines.
Suez Canal, but Gen. Bull report-
In regard to freedom of navi- ed that Egypt opposed such a step.
sent by the United States and the
Soviet Union to the Middle East gation, which both drafts empha- Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's chief
will not remain idle, any more sized, the three powers stressed of staff, and foreign ministry offi-
than the weapons previously sent that such navigation be conson- cials attended the meeting.
to the area were idle." And it not- ent with "international law."
Israel accused Jordan Monday of
ed grimly that "when the planes That phrasing obviously met encouraging incidents against Is-
and tanks go into action, people Egypt's insistence that, under rael "perpetuated by persons com-
international law, the Cairo gov- ing from Jordan." In a letter to
will be maimed and killed."
Now a Partner in
The ultimate solution, the review ernment must control the pas- this month's president of the Se-
asserted, was to upgrade the Unit- sage of ships through the Suez curity Council, Ambassador Gideon
ed Nations to give it authority to Canal and the Strait of 'Firan.
Rafael listed eight incidents which
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Press association reports receiv- took place between Oct. 24 and
halt the arms traffic and insist on
ed Tuesday from Cairo said that Nov. 5.
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Egypt called for an urgent ses- Egypt had informed the U.S. gov-
"These incidents indicate be-
sion of the Security Council ernment it was ready to accept yond doubt that the government
Thursday to consider the "dan- President Johnson's five-point Mid- of Jordan is going further and is
gerous situation" in the Middle east settlement plan put forth June giving active support and succor
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tence of Israel in refusing to tions. The reports were attributed territory as their base of opera-
withdraw its forces from all ter- to diplomatic sources.
tions," Rafael said. "The govern.
ritory which it occupied as a re-
ment of Israel views with grave
sult of its aggression committed the specific requirement for Israeli concern the continuation of the
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on June 5 against the United withdrawal from all territories oc- encouragement and assistance
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The Egyptian request was con- Suez Canal with a solution of the armed attacks. This is a flagrant
tained in a letter from Ambassador Arab refugee problem to the satis- violation of the obligations Jor-
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The Egyptian government's chief cease-fire resolutions." Rafael
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reiterated, in the letter, the
of Mali, who is this month's presi- Philip Klutznick Asks
policy of Israel "to observe the
dent of the Security Council.
cease-fire resolutions on the basis
UN diplomats regarded Egypt's Unity of World Jewry
of complete reciprocity."
move as an attempt to undercut
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A distin-
In describing the Sunday inci-
King Hussein's representation in guished audience representing dent, Rafael charged that "Jor-
Washington. According to dis- some of the leading Jewish serv- danian military forces deployed
patches from Cairo, the Jordanian ice and cultural organizations of along the east bank of the River
With the ROYAL Fit
ruler is not speaking entirely in Europe and the western hemis- Jordan and gave covering fire to
accord with President Nasser. They phere heard a call here Sunday their retreating marauders." He
also saw in the Egyptian tactic an for Israelis and world Jewry to also accused the Jordanians of
effort to sabotage the initiative of strive to strengthen and preserve shelling which resulted in the
the United States as represented the "spirit of oneness" that pre- wounding of one Israeli, and in
by its new draft resolution on the vailed during the crisis of May severe damage to the cultural cen-
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ter and the infirmary of the village
by Israel Foreign -Minister Abba
The speaker was Philip M. of Maoz Chayim.
Klutznick, former international
Rafael did not ask for a Security
(Meanwhile, a British spokes- president of Bnai Brith and U.S. Council meeting. He requested only
man at the UN said Tuesday delegate to the United Nations. He that his letter be distributed to all
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that there was "no change in addressed the opening of the sec- Security Council members.
British policy on the Middle ond annual meeting of the Heb-
In London, Abba Eban, foreign
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rect negotiations between Israel temporary Jewry, a body which denounced the "levity and impu-
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and the Arabs. He was referring he helped found a year ago in dence" with which the United Na-
to a speech in London by Labor- London.
tions Security Council discussed
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