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LBJ Resisted Kosygin's Hot-Line Threats

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

During 6-Day War, Report Magazine

NEW YORK (JTA)—The Soviet
Union tried to pressure President
Johnson to take action to halt Is-
raeli advances during the 1967
Six-Day War, even indicating it
was prepared to risk nuclear war,
according to an article in the
Reader's Digest on the use of the
Moscow-Washington teletype hot
line during the Arab-Israel War.
The hot line was used five times
during the war in what the maga-
zine in a copyrighted article, said
was a "war of nerves and of wills"
waged by President Johnson and
Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosygin.
The article. "Countdown in the

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licly with the Arab position that
the condition of Jews in Arab
states cannot be investigated by
an emissary who would look into
the status of civilians in the Mid-
dle East war zone.
It was known that the legal
division of the UN secretariat has
provided Thant with an opinion
that "humanitarian" resolutions

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President Johnson's second reply
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to Kosygin was the same as the
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first the article said, and no more
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transmissions were made until
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June 10, the last day of the war.
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Premier Kosygin called three
times on June 10 to demand the
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Holy Land," based on interviews
with participants in the teletype
confrontation, was written by
Reader's Digest's roving editor,
Lester Velie.
Premier Kosygin used the hot
line "for the first time in anger"
on June 6, the second day of the
war, the article said. In that call,
Kosygin demanded that President
Johnson persuade the Israelis to
stop their advance in the Sinai
Desert and withdraw, hinting that
otherwise the Soviet Union would
intervene.
The President's answer was
that the United States would not
unilaterally act, and the matter
should be referred to the United
Nations. Premier Kosygin called
again that day and, ignoring
the President's preference for
UN action, again demanded that
the United States force the Is-
raelis to withdraw.
Kosygin's message the magazine

Friday, July 26, 1968-7

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adopted by the Security Council
and General Assembly last year
were not intended to cover Jewish
communities in Arab states.
This opinion was expected to be
accepted by Thant in a progress
report scheduled for release later
this week on his secret negotiations
to send a special "humanitarian"
envoy to the area.
Arab envoys have sought, since
early this year, to have Thant
open a second investigation of con-
ditions of Arab civilians in Israeli-
occupied territories. Israel has
been concerned over what it re-
gards as mistreatment of Jews in
Egypt, Syria and Iraq and has
taken the position that a UN emis-
sary must look into this situation
as well.
An Israeli source said that its
UN mission has asked the Israel
Foreign Ministry for instructions.
It was believed that one question
was whether Israel would accept a
UN emissary who was not author-
ized to look into the condition of
Jewish communities in Arab
countries.
Israel's position is known to be
that the secretariat is submitting
to Arab pressures and using leg _ al-
istic arguments as an excuse to
justify, after the fact, a one-sided
political decision," the New York
Post reported Tuesday.
Another UN envoy, Nils Goren
Gussing was sent to look into the
Middle East civilian situation last
year. At that time, Thant said pub-
licly that the resolutions authoriz-
ing the mission "might properly be
interpreted as having application
to the treatment .. . of both Arab
and Jewish persons in the states
directly concerned because of
their participation in the war."
Gussing toured Jewish shops in
Damascus with a Syrian govern-
ment escort last summer but Iraq
and Egypt would not let him look
into the status of Jews in those
countries. All three countries are
now known to oppose such an in-
quiry.
The two UN resolutions con-
cerned recommend "To govern-
ments concerned the scrupulous
respect of the humanitarian prin-
ciple governing .. . the protection
of civilian persons in time of war,
contained in the Geneva Conven-
tion." Thant was instructed to
"follow the effective implementa-
tion" of the resolutions.

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