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November 22, 1968 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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Arabs Call for `Hard and Long Battle'
but Jarring Task Has New Lease of Life

Since his mission began early
decided to move the headquarters
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Egyptian
of his mission to Geneva but is this year, Dr. Jarring has main-
political leaders were warned by
tained
headquarters at Nicosia,
awaiting agreement by the par-
Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad
ties concerned on timing the Cyprus, from which he traveled
that Egypt must gird for a "long
regularly to Jerusalem, Amman
shift.
hard battle" with Israel, according
When replies are received from and Cairo. The site of exchanges
to the Cairo newspaper Al Gom-
houria. The newspaper quoted Egypt, Jordan and Israel, Dr. Jar- between the parties shifted to New
Riad as asserting that the Middle ring is expected to propose a date York last month with the opening
East peace mission of United Na- for resuming his efforts at the new of the 23rd session on the General
Assembly.
tions envoy Gunnar V. Jarring was site, the sources said.
caught in "a vicious circle with
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impose on us a long hard battle."
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reported from Moscow that the
Soviet government wants Arab ac-
tion against Israel limited to har-
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President Nasser against any
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of the Middle East deadlock but
they made it clear that Israel re-
mained strongly opposed to any
settlement which was not an out-
come of direct Israeli negotiations
with the Arabs. Ministry sources
said- a Big Power-imposed solution
might be the ideal answer for
Egypt which knows it cannot force
Israel's withdrawal from the occu-
pied territories by Soviet political
pressures alone but which is not
ready for another war with Israel.
In London, Foreign Secretary
Michael Stewart expressed con-
fidence that Jarring's peace-seek.
ing mission would continue. Re-
plying to questions in. the House
of Commons, Stewart said that al-
though the foreign ministers of
Israel, Egypt and Jordan have all
returned home from the UN, each
of them had expressed a readiness
to continue discussions with Dr.
Jarring. Britain will give Dr. Jar-
ring its full support, he added.
Diplomatic sources reported
at the United Nations Tuesday
that Ambassador Jarring, has

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