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May 17, 1968 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-17

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Sweden Friendly to Eban, but Leftists Mar His Visit

STOCKHOLM (JTA) — Foreign ously declare their solidarity with parade in which about 300 per-
Minister Abba Eban of Israel said their brethren on the East Bank sons participated. Speakers de-
at a press conference that direct of the Jordan.
nounced the "imperialist" Swedish
negotiations between Israel and the
Eban refused to confirm or deny government for supporting Israel.
Arab states was the only way to reports from reliable sources that Eban was guest of honor at a
peace in the Middle East, he met Sunday with UN peace luncheon given by the City of
Stockholm Monday. He was greeted
He said that indirect talks were envoy Ambassador Gunnar Jarring by Mayor Carl Albert Anderson
• meaningless. "I don't understand who, stopped over here on a private who declared that all citizens of
visit
his way to UN headquar-
Stockholm admired Israel's
in New York.
ters in
they imply," he told newsmen.
(Later, in Helsinki, Eban ex- achievements.
He charged that Egypt was the pressed centainry that Jarring,
Eban also was the target of left-
only factor standing in the way intends to continue his peace-seek- wing anti-Israel demonstrations
of direct negotiations, saying how- ing mission. Eban told a press when he lectured at Oslo Uniiver-
ever, that he did not believe that conference: "It is important sity.
renewed warfare with the Arabs never to give up," and said he
An anonymons tip to Stockholm
was inevitable. There are indi- was "happy at Finland's under- police that there was a bomb on
standing
of
Israel's
cause.")
cations in the Arab world, espe-
Eban's plane turned out to be false.
The Israeli diplomat's reception But when the Israeli diplomat
cially among intellectuals, of a
realization that the Arabs must in Sweden, the second country on stepped out of the plane at the air-
come to terms with Israel how- his current Scandinavian tour, was port, there were some 40 young
ever much they would prefer an warm and friendly on all levels. It demonstrators waiting for him,
all-Arab Middle East, he asserted. was marked by professions of waving placards with such slogans
Earlier, Eban addressed the good will and sympathy for Israel as "El Fatah will win," "Go
Swedish-Israel Society and, in in its struggle for peace, and Eban Home!" "Freedom for Palestine"
i
reply to a question from an Arab was honored and given important
and "Vietnam and Palestine, Vic-
student, said he thought it was forums to explain Israel's position
not possible to negotiate separately on the Middle East conflict. But tiros of Imperialism."
Eban was greeted at the air-
with Palestine Arabs without the his stay here was marred by a
port by Swedish Foreign Minis-
participaion of Jordan in the talks. rash of anti-Israel demonstrations
ter Torsten Nilssen who ordered
He noted that West Bankers, while staged by leftwing student groups, the
official motorcade to take
pressing for a solution, simultane- obviously inspired by the Commu-
a route out of the airport that
nist apparatus, and local Arab
avoided the demonstrators. How-
propagandists.
ever, the Communist-dominated
One such demonstration oc-
leftist Student Federation re-
curred while Eban was lecturing
ceived police permission to or-
at the University of Uppsala
ganize a protest march to the
when some 80 youngsters inter-
Israel Embassy here.
rupted his talk with anti-Israel
slogans and waved placards pro-
Before leaving Oslo Eban said
claiming "crush Zionism,'? Pales-
Israel was anxious for the Scan-
SEE OR CALL
tine to the Arabs" and "Israel
dinavian foreign ministers to be
supports American iinperialism." well informed of Israel's view-..
The demonstrators were shoute.d point on the Middle East situation,
down by the predominantly pro- particularly because the Scandi-
AT
Israel audience, some of whose navian countries have compara-
members waved Israeli flags.
tively close relations with the
In Stockholm, the Mao-ist Youth countries of Eastern Europe.
Federation joined forces with the
Eban is scheduled also to visit
local Arab club in a torchlight Denmark.
lifa
march on the Israel embassy that
ended in a scuffle with pro-Israel
1350 H. Woodward Birmingham
counter-demonstrators and the ar- Journalists Defend
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rest of seven persons.
Attacks on Editor
Res. 357-0326
The leftwing youth group had
LONDON — Attacks on William
obtained a police permit for the
Frankel, editor of the London Jew-
111A 11110 1101011 101010 ** 0*010 1111 0110*4 ish Chronicle, by the chairman of
the Peretz Verein of New York,
Shimon Weber, for alleged disre-
gard of the Yiddish language and
press, were condemned at a meet-
11 A.M. to 4 P.M.
ing May 8 of British participants
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LONDON (JTA) A House of are to be protected from discrimi-
Commons standing committee on nation that still exists in this cowl-
Britain's new race relations bill •try. The bill, in its original form,
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