Arabs Regret Loss of DeGaulle
Israelis Feel Different
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 2, 1969-7
Arabs"Gift' to Israel in 6-Day War:
$2.4 Billion in Equipment and Bases
expressed the will be turned in our history," Is-
(The official Egyptian govern-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
ment spokesman, Dr. Mohammed hope that Israel's 50 Mirage jets, rhel and Jews the world over be-
which specializes in works on mili-
to The Jewish News)
H. el-Zayyat, said in Cairo Mon- frozen for two years by the de gan wondering what the new page
LONDON—The Six-Day War cost tary affairs.
Gaulle embargo, would soon be de- would say.
day that de Gaulle was "a man livered. But some cautioned that
According to the Soviet source,
Observers- in Paris believed that the Arab states $2,900,000, but Is-
who lived by his principles." He
rael's war costs, between $50,000,-
said Egypt always held the general no drastic changes could be ex- most of France's 500,000 Jews op- 000 and $60,000,000, were more the Arabs lost 370 aircraft, 15 com-
pected in French policy toward posed the referendum, upon which
plete military bases, 84 communi-
in high esteem and added that "he Israel at least until a new presi-
President de Gaulle staked his than offset by booty in the form cations stations, 12 guided missile
should be a shining example for dent is
of war material worth some positions, eight railway stations
long time afterwards.
with 12 locomotives and 600 trucks
President (le Gaulle has been $2,400,000, it was reported here.
In Jerusalem, there was no of- A few commentators tempered
The Arab losses were establish- loaded with arms, 700 tanks, 8,000
courting the Arabs and trying to
field reaction over the resignation their elation over Gen.
ed by a Soviet investigating com- vehicles, 1,200 rifles and grenade
of de Gaulle. But the Israeli man- departure with recollections of his
Arab world since he settled the mittee headed by Marshal Zacha- launchers, 120,000 infantry wea-
in-the-street, to whom Gen. de valiant fight for French survival Algerian crisis in 1962. Just last rov which tallied the loss of mili- pons and 18 munitions depots.
Gaulle was an arch villian
because against the Nazis in World War II. Saturday, France and Iraq signed tary equipment but not the cost of
of his pro-Arab policies and em- They said that despite the "inglor-
a cultural agreement providing for lost harbors, strongholds, oil fields,
bargo on military material to Is ious end" of his political leader-
technical, scientific and educa- armaments factories, ships and
rael made no effort to conceal his ship, the general's merits far out- tional cooperation.
delight over the French leader's weighed his shortcomings when
The Soviet findings, along with
Informed political sources say
downfall. The state-owned Kol Is- viewed over the perspective
of his that the election of George Pom- Israel's war losses and gains, were
rael radio also abandoned some entire career.
pidou would probably move France published in "The Military Events
diplomatic inhibitions to broadcast
When French Premier Maurice toward a more neutral French line in the Near East, June 1967," put
songs and other material that
Couve de Murville, announcing but he probably would fear aban- out by the West German publish-
clearly ridiculed the 78-year-old President de Gaulle's defeat said,
doning the de Gaulle embargo for ing house of Bernhard and Graefe
"beginning tomorrow a new page an indefinite period. It was mdi-
cated that Pompidou would prob-
ably make his "goodwill" views
manifest in the Big Four talks.
The low point in Franco-Israel
relations began after President de-
Gaulle declared Israel the aggres-
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WASHINGTON (JTA)—A State attempt to make progress toward ated the Jewish people throughout
Department official said here this agreement with the Soviet Union" the world in his famous press con-
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week that "modest progress" had on a number of issues at the same ference of Nov. 27, 1967 when he
been made toward a settlement time. He called such "linkage" of called the Jews a people that was
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formula for the Middle East by separate problems "very hazard- "elite, self-assured and domineer-
the Big Four envoys in their talks ous."
ing." He subsequently attempted to
at the United Nations. The evalua-
Rep. Ford called on the Justice water that statement down in a
Lion was offered in a speech to an Department to probe the activities letter to former Premier David
America Israel Public Affairs Corn- of an estimated 10,000 Arab stu- Ben-Gurion when he wrote that his
mittee conference by Joseph Sisco, dents in this country to determine remarks were not "pejorative" and
assistant secretary of state, who possible visa violations in their that there was "nothing unkind
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has been conducting talks on the collaboration with radical and dis- in stressing qualities thanks to
Middle East with Soviet Ambassa- ruptive campus groups.
which this strong people was able
dor Anatoly Dobrinin, concurrent
He told the conference that there to survive and remain itself after
with the Big Four meetings.
was evidence that the El Fatah 19 centuries spent in unimaginable
Sisco also asserted that the terrorist group was operating in conditions . . ."
United States remained convinced this country through Arab students
Official Jewish bodies in Paris
that the only possible Middle East to build an Arab "liberation front" are refraining from any comment
settlement was one in which both similar to the pro-Viet Cong sup- until elections are held for Presi-
sides compromised, but he added porters here. He said Arab students det de Gaulle's successor. But
that "neither side would be ex- collaborated with such groups as many individual leaders were un-
pected to surrender its vital in- the Black Panthers, Students for able to conceal their satisfaction
terests." lie also said that the a Democratic Society and the U.S. with developments. Many French
Nixon administration favored giv- Committee to Aid the NLF (the Army officers, particularly those
ing Arab refugees "a choice be- Viet Cong) and other extremist who served in French forces dur-
tween repatriation or compensa- groups.
ing the 1956 Suez campaign and in
tion" as part of a settlement but
Declaring American campuses the Algerian fighting, privately ex-
he implied that the United States were already disrupted by domes- pressed their satisfaction. Israeli
felt that the number of refugees tic radicals, he said "we have no circles were taken by surprise by
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to be admitted by Israel should be need for agitators from abroad."
the president's precipitous down-
The more than 414 delegates, fall.
Some United States officials have leaders of SS Jewish communi-
suggested privately that Israel ties throughout the United States,
take back 100,000 refugees as a
unanimously adopted a statement
gesture of conciliation with the
of policy declaring that the "goal
remaining 1.200.000 resettled in
is an Arab-Israel peace" nego-
Arab areas, mainly the currently tiated by the countries directly
occupied West Bank and Sinai concerned, and expressing strong
concern over the Big Four talks.
Doubts about that "modest
The Congressional "Declaration
progress" were expressed in for Peace in the Middle East" was
Jerusalem by Gideon Raphael, read by Rep. Emanuel Celler of
New York, dean of the House and
the foreign ministry director-
general, in a television inter-
chairman of its judiciary commit-
view. He pointed out that the
tee, at an Israel anniversary
Soviet stand was that Israel
luncheon for the delegates to the
should take some steps which
conference, at which Ambassador
Oak Park Office
might lead to peace and that the
Yitzhak Rabin was guest of honor.
United States felt such steps
The luncheon, attended by more
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