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November 22, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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Lebanon Warned
It Mira. Control
- Arab Saboteurs

(Continued from Page 1)
Lebanese government that it will
be held responsible for preventing
infiltration into Israel territory of
armed saboteurs and terrorists.
Gen. Dayan said 10 acts of sabo-
tage or shootings occurred along
the Lebanese border during the
last three months. He said many of
the saboteurs came from Syria,
but some are based in Lebanon.
Concerning Sanapir island, Esh-
kol said that Israel has not gone
into the question of who is its
owner, but who maintains control
over it by means of regular land-
ings and patrols. The island was
occupied by Israeli forces during
the Six-Day War. Later, Saudi
Arabia approached the U.S. to
pressure Israel to return it.
* *

B-G Would Choose Peace
Over Territory—if Choice
Existed—Canadians Told

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion said Mon-
day that given the choice between
peace and the return of the occu-
pied territories to the Arabs —
Jerusalem excepted — he would
choose peace. He added, however,
that based on his knowledge of
the Arabs, anyone who- believed
such a choice existed was "a fool."
Ben-Gurion adressed a delega-
tion of Canadian WIZO members.
He described as "sheer nonsense"
the present debate on the future
of the occupied territories. "Peace
does not depend either on the
Greater Israel movement or the
anti-annexation groups," he said.
"Peace is not a piece of paper but
genuine friendship and coopera-
tion."
Ben-Gurion said that the greatest
danger facing Israel was the mil-
lion Arabs in the occupied terri-
tories. He said the danger was not
in their numbers but in the likeli-
hood that they will become labor-
ers while the Jews stick to white-
collar occupations. To offset that
possibility, he recommended rapid
automation "so that the work done
now by 10 men will be done by
one skilled, educated man."
Ben-Gurion took a poke at Levi
Eshkol Tuesday, calling the pre-
mier and his advisers "corrupt."
He said there was no surety Israel
would win another war with the
Arabs "if we do not have the right
leadership." Undeterred by heck-
ling among his student listeners,
he said, "The people felt the army
did not trust the defense minister
before the Six-Day War, and so it
pushed Eshkol out of the Defense
Ministry."

Israel-Europe Cable Opened
by Ambassador to France
PARIS (JTA)—A new telephone
cable link between Israel and Eu-
rope was opened officially here
Nov. 12 when Israel Ambassador
Walter Eytan placed the first call.
The multi-axial cable was laid on
the Mediterranean Sea bed by a
French company. It replaces the
former wire-less telephone connec-
tions which were often affected by
atmospheric conditions and is ex-
pected to shorten the waiting per-
iod for communications and im-
prove the quality of reception.

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Israel Presence Promoted
by New Campus Group

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 22, 1968-5

NEW YORK—From Berkeley to
Boston, 80 student representatives
of the newly established university
service department of the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Foundation are
promoting the Israel presence on
campuses in the United States
and Canada.
Campus representatives and
their fellow students have estab-
lished information booths in stu-
dent union buildings to distribute
material on programs in Israel.
They also distribute current events
information and material on Is-
rael itself - for topical research
and class work.

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JERUSALEM—A group of West
German parliamentarians, headed
by Dr. Herman Kopf, chairman of
the Bundestag Foreign Affairs
Committee, visited the Knesset,
Israel's parliament, Tuesday.
They were briefed by David
Hacohen, chairman of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Security Com-
mittee, on the condition of Arab

refugees in Israel-held territory.
The group will visit refugee camps
in the Gaza Strip and the West
Bank.
Dr. Kopf said legislators were
specially interested in the refugees
because "One out of every four
West Germans is a former refu-
gee."

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