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March 01, 1968 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-01

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Sen. Kuchel Urges
Buffer Zones to
Prevent M.E. War

NEW YORK (JTA)—Sen. Thomas
H. Kuchel of California, Republi-
can whip in the U.S. Senate, pro-
posed Sunday night that a per-
manently united Jerusalem be
"the capital of Israel" and sug-
gested the establishment of de-
militarized buffer zones in the
Middle East to protect both Israel
and the Arab states from armed
Sen. Kuchel spoke before 1,500
communal and civic leaders at
the 60th anniversary dinner of
Bnai Zion, national Zionist fra-
ternal organiaztion.
Sen. Kuchel accused the admin-
istration of "try- me
ing to conceal our
firm commitment
to Israel f r o m
Arab nations,
friendly or other-
wise" and main-
tained that this
was "no service
to our diplomacy,
to Israel or even
to our few re-
maining A r ab4
friends." A mes-
sage of greeting ,:
was received‘
f r o m President
Johnson who
hailed Bnai Zion Sen. Kuchel
as "a force of peace" and reiter-
ated America's "Commitment to
peace in the Middle East.
Sen. Kuchel, who visited Israel
in 1966, urged immediate negotia-
tions for a Middle East peace to
prevent renewed warfare between
Israel and the Arabs, and said
the United States had an important
stake in the success of such talks.
He also urged the Soviet Union
to recognize that it "has much to
gain from peace in this area." He
said Israel must have defensible
frontiers and could not retire to
the old armistice lines of 1948.
Referring to Jerusalem, he de-
clared that "as a member of the
United States Senate, I strongly
believe that the continued unity of
Jerusalem both as a capital and
as a world religious center, must
be a cardinal objective of our
foreign policy in the Near East."

Speculation Opening
on Eshkol Successor

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Although
new election to the Knesset will
not take place till November 1969,
Israeli newspapers have already
begun to consider a possible
change in government. Reliable
sources believe, however, that the
outlook for a substantive change is
not yet clear.
Some are convinced that Moshe
Dayan is not a likely successor to
the premier's post despite his pres-
ent popularity. The old Mapai
leaders are expected to frustrate
any move in his behalf and they
will be supported by Ahdut Avoda,
Spokesman for the latter party,
Yigal Allon, is also not now the
"favorite son," and his candidacy
will be bitterly contested by Rafi,
which, in this case, will be assisted
by Mapai. This means that within
the united Labor Party, Mapai
leaders still play a decisive vote. It
is reported that Mapai has already
agreed to place Eshkol's name on
top of the list for the coining Knes-
set elections, and as such, he will
temporarily remain the premier.
With respect to an heir to the
premiership, Itzhak Rabin, former
chief of the general staff, and now
ambassador to Washington, may be
taken seriously as a contender for
that office after gaining a diplo-
matic orientation in his present as-
signment. He will have the support
of Mapai and Ahdut Haavoda.



Friday, March 1, 1968-7

German Anti-Nazi Authors

Recall Holocaust in Exhibit

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