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A 28-page Catalogue of Publica-
I Mousalem made no mention of a created can be annulled if political the "hawks" in Israel have the tions is available free upon request
Palestine Arab state. But his ap- expediency requires it, Gen. Allon upper hand. That was the head-
from the Union of Orthodox Jew-
JERUSALEM—The future status pearance and pleading on behalf said. He admitted that his stand line in one Beirut newspaper.
of the West Bank, the most heavily of the Palestinian Arabs was re- has not been approved by the
An Amman paper claimed that ish Congregations of America.
populated territory occupied by garded as significant. He said refu- government.
Copies may be obtained by writ-
the Israel Cabinet was "blowing
Israel in last June's war and the gees should be returned to their
Allon's critics among his in- up the Jarring mission and the ing to the publications depart-
one with the longest border, is homes and compensated for losses. tellectual visitors thought that Security Council resolution," the ment of UOJCA, 84 Fifth, New
being pondered by Israelis and
Gen. Allon based his plan for his plan would only increase Times reported.
Arabs alike. Israel's official policy
is that the West Bank is "nego- the West Bank on what he said on an expansionist course. They THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 24, 1968-13
tiable" within the framework of was the right and duty of Zionists said it would create further un-
formal peace talks. But Minister
rest rather than pacifying the
of Labor Yigal Allon, one of the said the Jordan Valley, which has region and would amount to an
most prominent members of the a population of only 18,000, should armed peace or an armistice
coalition cabinet, Wednesday un- be settled by Jews with a corridor without real peace.
veiled his own plan for the West connecting the Judean and Sa-
Proposals for the esablishment
Bank, which calls for a form of marian mountains with the east of a separate Palestinian entity in
partition of the region between
that security must have top priori- the Middle East were attacked by
Israel and Jordan.
ty and that although the Hashe- Iraqi Foreign Minister Ismail Khai-
At the same time, West Bank mite king of Jordan has no historic rallah, the London Times reported
Arab leaders have revived the rights to the West Bank, negotia- from Beirut Wednesday. The Iraqi
idea of an autonomous Palestine tions with King Hussein of Jordan said that the Arabs rejected all
Arab state on the West Bank which or with West Bank leader should "suspicious" plans. A proposal this
week by Tunisian President Habib
presumably would conclude sep- not be ruled out.
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Neither idea has been presented Arab designs and must be pro- Cairo and condemned in Damas-
in the form of an official proposal. tected by praetical means. He cus, the Times reported.
Gen. Allon, the 1948 war com- thought there was no political wis-
The statement issued by the Is-
mander of Palmah, the elite strik- dom in annexing the whole of the rael Cabinet Tuesday affirming Is-
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