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September 19, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-19

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D ayan

• ••
Insists Israel :gust Keep -Firm C•lis

Occupied Land

TEL AVIV (.ITA) — Defense he said "but we
should hit back '.guerrillas, but that did not pre- step would be to change their pre-
Minister Moshe Mayan once again bard
against any serious breaches vent others from trying to pene- sent "miserable" camps, bid
not
Outlined his anSeSSIlletlf. of Israel's
of the cease-fire." Ile defended his trate into Israel.
to establish a "model village" sys-
security needs which he belie

-yes
maintaining a firm grip
areas of the occupied for-

the Israel Labor Party, which
placed his name at the head of

"open bridges" policy which has
come .under increasing criticism
lately on a high level, notably from
Deputy Premier Yigal A lton. The
Policy permits the free movement
of goods and people between the
West Bank and Jordan over 'the
Jordan River bridges. '

ment after next month's elections.
Gen. Dayan said that Israel's
quest .for peace must not obscure
the fact that the nation's security
depended upon control
of the
Sharm el Sheikh. Israeli settlement
of the Golan Ileights and the per-
manent stationing of Israeli units
along the Jordan River. However,
he said, events that will take place
between the Hebrew new year and
the universal new year less than
four months hence would be "land-
marks" upon which Israel's future

Gen.
Dayan warned Monday
night that
if the bridges were
closed, it would be like tying
down a safety valve. The open
bridges policy allows West Bank
farmers to market their surplus
produce in Jordan and West Bank
families to keep up ties with rela-
tives across the river. But critics
of the policy say the open bridges
provide a channel for arms and
ammunition to reach
terrorists.
Only Monday, Israel military offi-
cials banned trucks crossing the
bridges from carrying hollow ob-
jects such as gasoline and water
containers in which .explosives
could be concealed.

require

on key

mer Arab territories.
Gen. Dayan spoke Monday night
at a meeting of the Itali facti o n of

its nine - man election list. Ile I,,
thus assured of a ministerial post
in any new government formed
by the Labor Party-Mapain align-

policy depended.

Gen. Dayan said he thought the
situation in the festering Gaza re-
fugee camps could be improved
during the next two years if new
initiatives were taken. "The hu-
man question troubles me." he
said. lie thought the first step %vas
to provide work for 20.000-30.000
Arab breadwinners. The second

1st

Set

tem which he' regarded

ganda.

The order in which candidates'
names appeared on the Rafi
lion list came as a surprise inas-
much as the vole on Itafi leader
Shimon Peres placed third. Sec-
ond, place went to a relatkily
young man. Gad l'aacobi. who is
a member of the Ilistadrut Cen-
tral (20nm - utter- but not a national
political figure. Nevertheless
the

Settlement of Year
Up Near Gaza Strip Rafi group

JERUSALEM (.JTA1 — The first
new settlement of the Jewish New
Year was established Monday on
a 1,000-acre tract in the Eshkol
region near the Gaza Strip, the
Jewish Agency's settlement depart-
ment announced. The settlement,
named MoShav Besor Bet, is a
smallholders colony divided into
50 family farm units on land made
arable by the Jewish National

agreed 'that Peres.
along with Gen. Day an, would get
a ministerial post in the new gov-
ernment.

MURRY KOBLIN
DOES HIS THING
AT 8440 W. 9 MILE
548-5600

Fund.

Gen. Dayan said he was against
The inhabitants
are the off-
capital punishment for captured spring of Moshav members who es-
Meir's meeting Kith terrorist s
on
grounds
that•it
would
tablished
their
community follow-
President Richard M. Nixon in not 1w
a deterrent. He noted that ing Israel's War for Independence
Washington later this month; the
arrival in New York of Soviet last month, Israel forces killed 52 in 1948.

He listed

ier Golda

those events as Prem-

Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gro-

myko and resumption of the U.S.
Soviet and Four-Power Mid East
talks; and the military develop-
ments between now and the start
of the rainy season, when military

activity must

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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-Gen. Dayan rejected any pro-‘
posal that Israel break out of the
present cease-fire lines and "go on
to Cairo and Amman. "Our mili-
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