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June 13, 1969 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-13

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Partial Settlement Rejected; Eban Says Parties
in Conflict Must Decide on 'Package Deal'

JERUSALEM (JTA)— Foreign on us. Nobody thinks they will use Four Powers to create a new in-
Minister Abba Eban said in a radio soldiers to enforce it on us, but ternational military force to keep
interview that even if the Soviet there are ways to press even with- the peace in the Middle East was
Union agreed to a "package deal" out soldiers." narrowly defeated at the na-
on a Middle East settlement, the Deputy Premier Anon warned tional convention of Americans
contents of the package could be Egypt's President Nasser not to for Democratic Action, a liberal
decided only by the parties to the assume the responsibility for "an- political oragnization. The resolu-
tion, which had been approved
conflict. Eban spoke in reply to a other adventurous war." Speaking
question concerning the announce- at a meting of intellectuals he de- 9 - 5 by the ADA's f o r e i g n
ment by Secretary of State William dared that Israel's defense deploy- policy commission, was beaten
P. Rogers that there had been ment could not be broken by any 53-48 after a heated floor debate.
some measure of agreement at the or all of the Arab countries. He The resolution was proposed to
Big Four Mid East talks, the most added that while the government the commission by Prof. Richard
important being that Moscow now had not made a decision on the Cottam of the University of Pitts-

agrees that there must be a pack- future of the occupied areas, it was burgh and had the support of corn-
age deal. "essential that we settle these mission chairman Hans Morgen-
The term "package deal" has areas that we regard as vital for thau who was said to believe that
been used to describe an agree- 1 our security and future security it would be favored by a majority
ment by which the terms of the ∎ borders." of the convention delegates. But it
Security Council's Nov. 22, 1967,1 Premier Meir is considering a was attacked on the floor by Sum-
• Mid East resolution would be im- , plan to resettle some refugees from ner Z. Kaplan, of Boston, chairman
plemented simultaneously . rathed the Gaza Strip in the West Bank of the Massachusetts unit of the
than piecemeal. The Soviets and' and Sinai Peninsula, Israeli news-1 ADA, and I. L. Kenen, of Washi-
Arabs have insisted that Israel's 1 papers reported. They said Mrs. ington, a member of the foreign
withdrawal from the occupied Meir brought up the plan to the policy commission and executive
Arab territories must precede im- Knesset's Labor Party faction and vice chairman of the American-
plementation of any of the other has reportedly called for consulta- Israel Public Affairs Committee.
The Middle East resolution final-
terms contained in the resolution. tions in her office to set up pilot
Eban said Israel will insist on a 1 projects in those areas that would IY adopted by the delegates opposed
comprehensive p e a c e settlement include agricultural and industrial Big Four efforts to impose a set-
and rejected the notion of a partial ventures. According to the reports, tlement on the region and called
settlement.
' the purpose of resettlement would I for freedom of navigation, secure
Rogers had told a press confer- be to show the world that it can be and recognized boundaries and the
once June 5 that bilateral talks be- : done despite Arab claims to the Provision to Israel of "military
tween the United States and the contrary and to seek to prove that equipment which will enable her to
Soviet Union on th e Arab-Israel the Arab states have been exploit- deter aggression."
deadlock had been "somewhat en- ling the refugees fur political pur-
1 poses.
couraging "
Reporting on the lengthy series
The American-Arabian Oil Co.
of talks bet's yen Joseph Sisco, as-
sistant secretary of state for Near (Aramco) has not yet approached

Half of Congress
Signs Statement
for Direct Talks

Eastern affairs. and Soviet Ambas- Israel with the request that its
sador Anatole Dohrynin, Rogers workmen be permitted to repair
on the second anniversary the trans-Arabian pipeline in the WASHINGTON (JTA) — A total
of the start of the 1967 Six-Day Golan Heights blown up by Arab of 326 members of Congress—
saboteurs. Mrs. Meir said that more than half the membership of
War. that "one of the encouraging
before the flow of oil could con- both Senate and House of Repre-
aspects is a general agreement

said.

that the final arrangement has to tinue, Israel would have to be sentatives—have now signed a de-
assured that there will be no re- claration favoring direct Arab-
be a packa2e. a total agreement."
petition of the sabotage. The Israeli peace negotiations. Sixty-
He did not mention the initial So -
decision
followed the terrorist five of the 100 Senators have now
viet pressures for a "phased set -
attack on the 30-inch pipeline, identified with the declaration as
tlement" as a precondition for
owned by Tapline, an Aramco have 261 of the 435 Represent-
implementation of other steps under
subsidiary, which lost 8,000 tons
atives.
the Nov. 22 resolution.
of
oil.
The document maintains that the
(Gromi ko was in Cairo for
that
the
explosion
United
States "should oppose all
Mrs.
Meir
said
a three - hour session with Nasser
little
damage
to
Pressures
upon Israel to withdraw
the Middle East ;,and oil flow did
r e g a r d i n 4
situation and the Big Four talkS, r-Drael's nationwide water system. prematurely and unconditionally
Earlier he met with Egypt's For- Oriii-la small part of the oil that from any of the territories which
eign Minister Riad. The fact that escaped reached the Jordan River.. Israel now administers." It notes
of Galilee , also that "the Arab states have
G r o m y k o left the Communist The pollution of the Sea
world conference held in Moscow ' had no effect on the fish industry, an obligation to curb terrorism
of
contamination
i and to end their attacks on Israeli
for this mission gave the trip . and no signs
added importance. The Gromyko : showed up in the water pumped to civilians and settlements."
It declares that "We deplore one-
visit is interpreted in Israel as citrus groves and farms further
sided United Nations resolutions
stemming from the USSR - Wash - south. •
which ignore Arab violations of the
ington deliberations on the Middle ! • Minister of Information Israel
ceasefire and which censure Is-
East. The prediction by Cairo Galili told the Knesset Monday that I noel's
reply and counter-action. Re-
editor Mohammed Heykal of a propaganda depicting Arab terror-
solutions which condemn those
"hot and explosive war" after the ists as an anti-imperialist libera-
Israeli elections in September has lion movement must be proved to who want peace and which shield
added to the seriousness of the be a lie. He said the terrorists are those who wage war are a travesty
.
not a revolutionary underground of the UN Charter and a blow at
discussions).
peace. '
movement fighting a foreign master.
Premier Golda Meir said Israel
The declaration, originally intro-
did not go to war in June 1967, He condemned backing for the duced last month to mark Israel's
to conquer land or "liberate terrorists—"especially pathological 21st anniversary, insisted that "the

areas with which we have his- ' support for their policies on the UN should make it clear to all
tonic ties" but only "for our part of deluded or renegade Jews. - governments in the Near East that
In Washington, a resolution
existence—that the niacin should
do not condone a state of war,
that would have urged the Big we
not be annihilated." Speaking at
that we persist in the search for a
meeting
of
her
Labor
Party
negotiated and contractual peace
a
political committee. Mrs. Meir Two E. Jerusalem as a major goal of American
added that "peace is not around
olic "
the corner and we do not know Arabs Candidates
when it will come." She made
Arab Woman Claims
her comments in reference to dif-
She Plotted Jerusalem
ferences between Labor Party for City Council
Secretary General Pinhas Saphir,
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Two East Market Explosion
and Defense Minister Moshe Jerusalem Arabs, a Christian and
LONDON (JTA)—A young Pales-
Dayan on the future of the ad- a Moslem, will run for election to
ministered Arab areas.
the municipal council as candi- tinian woman said in Amman she
planned
and executed a super-
"We are debating annexation or dates of the alignment composed market explosion that killed two
not annexation as if this is the of the Israel Labor Party and

Mapam, it was announced here
Monday. Moshe Baram, chairman
of the Knesset labor faction, said
in a radio interview that the
Arab's candidacy had been ap-
proved by Premier Golda Meir.
The inclusion of East Jerusalem
Arabs on the alignment list was
one of the conditions demanded by
Mayor Teddy Kollek for his own
candidacy for re-election on the
combined
labor ticket. Past align-
Russians, "the profound enemy of
Israel," which is actually "re- ment policy has been to let Arabs
sponsible for war in the Middle stand on separate but affiliated
East." She said that there might lists. But labor party leaders
develop an accord among the Big doubted that East Jerusalem Arabs
Four which would bring "pressure would put up a list of their own.

question on which peace would
rest," she declared, adding that
Israel's struggle with the Arab
countries "is not over areas but on
the elementary issues of our exist-
ence. We 'want to live here and
they do not want us anywhere."
Reiterating her opposition to the
Big Four talks, Mrs. Meir express-
ed "astonishment" that the U.S.
was sitting down for talks with the

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

persons and injured nine others in
Jerusalem on Feb. 21, according to
reports reaching here. Rashida
Abdel-hamid Ebeido said none of
the estimated 500 persons arrested

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