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July 18, 1969 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-18

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Thant Dramatized Situation, Israel Ministry Charges

JERUSALEM (JTA)—A Foreign
Ministry spokesman has condemned
United Nations Secretary General
U Thant for "dramaticizing" the
situation along the Suez Canal and
equating Egyptian "aggression"
and Israeli "defense measures."
The s pokes man referred to
Thant's warning in a report to the
Security Council last week that
"open warfare" is raging along the
Suez Canal and that the situation
'here was worse than at any time
since the June 1967 Arab-Israeli
war. The spokesman did not refer
to Thant's assertion that he may
have to withdraw the 90-95 UN
cease-fire observesr because they
had become "defenseless targets in
a shooting gallery."
The Israeli spokesman said the
danger along the Suez Canal did
not stem from the threat of a new
war but from Egypt's declared
policy of "heating up" the area. He
said the Egyptians openly proclaim
this policy and obviously do not
wish to change a war-like situation
to one of peace. He said Thant's
fears should have been addressed
only to Egypt because Israel does
not initiate incidents and is ready
to honor the cease-fire agreements
fully. "While there is cause for con-
cern over preservation of the cease-
fire, there is not cause to drama-
tize the situation or to cover up
Egypt's sole responsibility for inci-
dents." the spokesman said.

have recessed indefinitely, proved
fruitles and should be abandoned
altogether. Mr. Eban spoke to
Knesset members of the Labor
Party Mapam alignment.

He saw little of value emerging
from the U.S.-Soviet Mid East dis-
cussions which are shifting tem-
porarily from Washington to Mos-
cow. He said the change of venue
was a matter of prestige for the
Russians and did not change Is-
rael's negative attitude toward the
talks. According to Eban, the
Russians not only reject Israel's
diplomatic position but have turned
down the U.S. proposals for a Mid-
dle East settlement which differ
from Israel's stand in many details.
The time has come. Eban said,
to make efforts for direct peace

talks between Israel and the Arabs,
and Israel hopes that the big pow-
ers will do so.
The Foreign Minister said that
his recent visit to three East Afri-
can nations helped consolidate Is-
rael's friendship with those states
and brouhgt about a mutual recog-
nition that every effort must he
made to prevent the Red Sea from
becoming an exclusively Arab sea.
Eban has been invited to visit
Holland and Belgium and may go
to those countries during the latter
part of August, it was disclosed to-
day. Some sources said he may
also visit France at the same time.

Egypt's Foreign Minister Mahmoud
Riad paid an official visit to Hol-
land and Belgium several weeks
ago.

'Non-Aligned' Ask Restoring 'Rights'
to Arab Homeland in Palestine

LONDON (JTA) — A conference
of 51 "non-aligned" nations of
Europe. Asia, Africa and Latin
America ended here with a com-
munique demanding "the full
restoration of rights of the
Arab people of Palestine to their
usurped homeland." The com-
munique, in identical language,
called for the withdrawal of all
foreign troops from South Vietnam
and for Israel's withdrawal from
' all territories it occupied in June

freedom." He said the PLO would
continue to "bear the brunt" of the
burden of "liberating Palestine 1
Arabs now enslaved within the
boundaries of the Israel State" but

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—Deputy Pre-
mier Yigal Allon called on his
colleague, Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan, Wednesday, to erase the
"big question mark" and declare
whether he intends to remain in
the labor party or pursue his poli-
tical fortunes independently. Gen.
Dayan's departure from labor
party ranks, if followed by other
members of the Rafi faction, would
create a split that Allon, Premier
Golda Meir and other labor party
leaders say is needless and poten-
tially disastrous.
Allon voiced his appeal on the
eve of talks between labor party
leaders and leaders of the Rafi
faction on the issues that divide
them. Basically, Gen. Dayan and
his Rafi supporters feel they have
been given a secondary role in
labor party affairs. Allon contend-
ed that they would have a better
chance of fighting for their ideas
within the party than outside of it.

of genocide against the Palestine

July 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Barry ,I
July 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Saltz (Barbara Kaye), 16965 Yaker (Elaine Cohen), 25324 Sher-
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daughter. Mindy Rochelle.
David Isaac and Michael Harry.
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Foreign Minister Abba Eban
said there is nothing left for the
Big Powers to do in the Middle
East but use their influence on
both sides to start direct peace
negotiations. He said the Four
Power talks in New York which

Allon Challenges Dayan's Position

would welcome any aid the "non-
aligned" nations could render.
Yasharuti accused Israel of "acts

population." A spokeman for the
conference described his appear-
ance as "an historic event."
At a press conference later, the
PLO spokesman said his group dis-
owned any statements by any Arab
leaders, including Egypt's Presi-
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser, that
Arab recognition of Israel was pos-
sible under certain circumstances.
He said Palestine Arabs want an
independent secular state in which
the rights of all inhabitants would
be guaranteed including Jews born
there—but not those who have come
to settle. `

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, July 18, 1969

TIBERIAS — Because Israeli

technicians were not sleeping on
the job, hundreds of sponge-like
"mattresses" are helping solve the
problem of oil slick raised after
Arab saboteurs blew up the trans-
Arabian pipeline.
The pipeline, which runs across
the Golan Heights, sprung a bad
leak, and thousands of tons of oil
oozed along the Jordan River and
out over Lake Galilee. Because the
lake is principal source for the na-
tional water system, water-plan-
ning authorities were worried..

month earlier, at a meeting
of Israel's chief water-planning
officials, an Israeli polyester-
plastics plant had demonstrated
a "floating mattress" made of
foam rubber which, they claim-
ed, could remove oil from the
sea's surface. The problem of
oil slicks has arisen throughout
the world, wherever giant oil
tankers appear; it is both a
nuisance to beach-goers and a
killer to fish.

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He said he agreed with Rafi's de-
mand to be allowed to name its
representatives to top government,
municipality and party postg, a
right exercised by the other fac-
tions composing the labor party.
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clarify the issues.

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