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October 31, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-31

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AX011greSS 110110I'S Ra bi n and Roy Wilkins
NEW YORK (JTA)
Israel's
Egypt's President Gamal Abdel

ambassador to the United States
said Egypt is seeking a political
settlement of the Middle East con-
flict Imposed by outside Powers
which would "establish a regime
of temporary nonviolence" but
contain "the seeds for further
conflict and war."
Yitzhak Rabin addressed a din-
ner of the American Jewish Con-
gress at which he accepted the
organization's Stephen S. Wise
Award for "moral courage and .
love of liberty."
Other recipients of the wis e
Award were Roy Wilkins, execu-
tive director of the National Asso- •
ciation for the Advancement of
Colored People, and Bernard Z.
Zients, president of Gimbels, New

York.
Gen. Rabin said he believed

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Nasser when he said he wanted
a political settlement. "The
hallmark of a political settle-
ment, as Nasser sees it, is
continuing nonrecognition, out-
side intermediatries, third par-
ties, outside involvement, out-
side guarantees and continued
ostracism —diplomatic, political
and commercial--of one party
towards the other," Gen. Rabin
said.
"And since a political settlement
does not eradicate the roots of
the conflict, it automatically en-
shrines the seeds for further con-
flict and war This is precisely
why the political set-up enshrined
in the arrangements of 1957 laid
the groundwork for the war of
'67."

Gen. Rabin said that for Israel
peace means "the final and de-
clared liquidation of the Israel-
Arab conflict" involving peace
treaties "because only peace
treaties can end a war and estab-
lish peace."

Unemployment Drops

END-OF-MONTH

"Unemployment dropped 39,000
to 122,000 or 3.4 percent of the
State labor force as of Sept. 30,"
William R. Ford, Michigan Em-
ployment Security Commission di-
rector, announced.

Friday, Ocotber 31, 1969-3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arab Youth to Be Tried as Terrorist in Hague

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old Jordanian boy will go on doors because of his age.
trial here Nov. 11 on charges of
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