Israel Bitter Over U. S. Policy Statements
He said Israel was entitled to Pompidou. The Eban press con-
President :tichard M. Nixon ing Western diplomats familiar ,
(Continued from Page 1)
received nationwide tele-
on the Arab refugee question. has reportedly indicated to Re- with them. The differences appear both Mirage planes from France ference
Chieftain tanks from Britain vision, radio and press coverage.
showing a gradual edging away publican Congressional leaders to be more a matter of degree
because it was recognized that Is-
An Egyptian government spokes-
by the administration from previ- that he appreciates Israel's secu-
rael needed those- weapons to man attacked U.S. Mid East policy
The Soviets want an Israeli
ous positions supporting Israel, rity needs and desire for a real
week as encouraging Israeli
peace while supporting Secre-
withdrawal to the pre-June 1967
Feron reported that Mrs. Meir ! tary of State William P. Rogers'
the area. He said the two countries "aggression" but repeated Egypt's
lines in exchange for a' "weak"
told him that at Monday's cab-
had barred those weapons to Israel support for the Big Four peace
peace commitment by the Arabs,
statement of American Middle
Met meeting "There was a deep
East policy made here recently
The U.S. supports withdrawal in out of fear of an unfavorable re- efofrts. Ismat Abdel Meguid said
feeling of injustice. After all
action from the Arabs. Israel U.S. policy encouraged Israel "to
Rogers called for Israeli with-
principle but favors minor bor-
that's happened, we're asked to
bought and paid for 50 Mirage jets presevere in her aggression and
drawal from virtually all oc-
der adjustments and demands
go into something like this, to
France but Gen. Charles de defiance of UN resolutions." He
copied Arab territory in return
a stronger peace commitment in
start all over again as though
for a binding commitment to
which the obligations of both Gaulle, as French President, em- dismissed the latest American
it was 1948."
parties would be spelled out in- bargoed their shipment to Israel ; peace proposals as not compatible
She said the U.S. had submitted peace by the Arabs.
in June 1967, an embargo main- with United Nations resolutions.
cluding, for the Arabs, the obli-
10 or 15 proposals since 1957, while' Nixon reportedly stated his
tained by his successor, Georges
gation to prevent further guer-
the Russians made only one and views at a routine meeting of top
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
rilla attacks on Israel, Tanner
have stood by it. "I don't think its Republican lawmakers on various
18—Friday, December 26, 1969
Washington's intention but each legislative matters. The meeting said.
The Soviet Union wants the Four
new proposal encourages the Arabs was attended by a number of Sen-
to increase their military activity ators who strongly support Israel, Powers to work out a detailed
across the border. Things are go- among them Richard Schweiker of settlement which would be pre-
e o of sented to the Arabs and Israel is
LONDON — An angry Nasser
ing good for them. They just have Pennsylvania, Edward
to shoot more. How can this lead Massachusetts and Charles M. to implement. The U.S. favors no nearly disrupted the Arab confer-
in Rabat, Morocco, Tuesday.
publican leader Hugh Scott, a long on a framework with essential de- He walked out in protest against
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, charg-
Saying Nixon Disappointed
recently insisted that Israel must and Israelis in further negotia-
About Mid East Situation
ing they didn't give him 'enough
WASH IN G TON (JTA) — Dr. not withdraw from the occupied tions. The Soviets want the Big money to carry on his war efforts.
Henry Kissinger, President Nixon's territories without a real peace Powers to concern themselves with But the two nations that have been
the Israeli-Syrian aspects of the financing him rebelled against
top adviser on international af- settlement.
fairs, has reportedly disclosed that 1 One source said President Nixon dispute, but the U.S. specifically more funding.
the President is deeply disappoint- : conceded that Israel had some ' excludes Syria from the discus-
Meanwhile, Syria and Iraq also
ed and pessimistic over the valid arguments against the Four sions because the latter has re-
chances of a peaceful Middle East Power approach to the Middle East ' jected all efforts towards a peace- 1 erupted in anger because there
immediate declaration of
settlement as the year ends. It conflict. But he was said to have ful s o I u t i o n, Tanner reported. i
was learned that Dr. Kissinger stressed, nevertheless, that the He said that a French proposal war on Israel.
Nasser returned, but the gloom
told a selected group of journalists U.S. wants to avoid a confrontation leaning heavily toward the Soviet
that the President was disappoint- with the Soviet - Union and is anxi- position was rejected out of hand had set upon the conference whose
ended with no agreement.
ed most, after a year in office, ous to establish better relations by the Israelis prior to being in-
over his failure to obtain peace in with the Arab states. It was believ- troduced at the Big Fourtalks. -
the Middle East and Vietnam but ed too that the President feared an Eban Says Events Have
OPEN SOON AT OUR
was more discouraged about the unilateral polarization in which Borne Out Israel's
Middle East than about Southeast the U.S. would find itself allied Position On Big 4 Talks
Asia. Dr. Kissinger reportedly said with Israel. There was no infor-
LONDON (JTA) — Abba Eban,
the President placed most of the mation available on the President's Israel's Foreign Minister, told a
blame for the continuing Arab- thinking related to Israel's request press conference here that events
Israel violence on the "unyielding for additional jet planes, other had confirmed Israel's prediction
UN 4 - 8785
attitude" of Soviet Russia. Never- arms and financial assistance.
that the Four Power talks on the
Middle East would be fruitless and
theless, the President is still striv- U.S. Said to Have Made
added that "everything in the area
ing to replace confrontation with 'Concrete' Jordan Proposals
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUEST
negotiations, Dr. Kissinger report-
NEW YORK (JTA)—The United has gone amiss." He said that
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITIVA ?
edly said. He was quoted as say- States has reportedly made "con- international policy for the area
ing that the passions of the Arab crete and specific" proposals con- should have the goal of bringing
states and Israel have dampened cerning Israel's future borders the two sides together for a settle-
hopes that the Big Four can re- with Jordan. New York Times ment.
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He also indicated again that Is-
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standing of the other's position, Middle East conflict. Tanner at- —were considered only a matter
and have thus reduced the chances tributed his information to "in- of tecniques once the principle of
of an American-Soviet embroil- formed sources" at the UN.
negotiation was accepted by the
ment that could lead to a nuclear
According to the Times report, Arabs. He said Israel would agree
war. But after eight months of in- , the U.S. proposals favor border to any reasonable form of talks as
tensive negotiations, the adminis- adjustments that would transfer long as they were between the
tration felt it could not claim that limited areas from the sovereignty parties to the dispute. The nego-
Mid East tensions have been re- of one country to another. They tiations which culminated in the
duced or a major war averted, Dr. are also said to include recom- 1949 armistice agreements be'
Kissinger was quoted as saying,
mendations on the refugee issue
Arab countries were conducted on
They reportedly differ from the the Island of Rhodes under the
American proposals on Israel's chairmanship of Dr. Ralph Bunche
future frontier with Egypt which as a United Nations mediator.
On the substance of the talks,
Secretary of State Rogers made
Probus Club is offering annual pub 1 i c in a speech Dec. 9. the foreign minister asserted that
awards for academic achievement Rogers suggested a return to the "everything is negotiable." Ha
at Wayne State University for the pre-June. 1967 war boundaries. specified Israel's recognition of the
eighth consecutive y ear.
But the U.S. is understood to rec-
Two awards will be given, each oonize Israeli security interests in Jerusalem and he hinted about the
consisting of a 8500 grant without
Gaza possibility of establishing some
an d G
restrictions. One will be for a fa- Strip
to protect them kind of "community relationship"
Large selection of china
culty member in the natural sei- by the establishment of demilitar- with Jordan once peace was estab-
in many.designs and
e nces (and related professions) ized zones and a possible inter- lished.
He said he agreed that his talks
another for a representative national peace-keeping force, Tan
in Washington last week with Sec-
the humanities (including social ner reported.
sciences and allied fields).
He said the new American pro- dial but emphasized that Israel
Final selection will be made by
posals left the status of Jerusalem was worried about "contradic-
a committee of seven judges. four
from the Probus Club and three open for negotiation between Is- tions" in the U.S. attitude, par-
rael and Jordan. The proposal is , ticularly on American suggestions
from the Detroit community.
Each college, school and 'or de. ' understood to reiterate Rogers about Israel-Egyptian boundaries.
ill Dec. 9 statement that Jerusalem He said that the new U.S. policy
Swot 25% on Such
partment of the University w
have an opportunity to submit its must remain unified city in which contradicted the U.S. principle that
nominee to the office of Dr. Win- both Israel and Jordan would there could not be a Mid East
feed A. Harbison, vice president have religious, economic and civic settlement without agreement by
• Reed i Barton
' both Israel and the Arabs. He
for academic administration, 1174 roles.
According to the correspondent, added that these differences did
Mackenzie Hall. Deadline for nom-
inations is Jan. 16. Awards will be the new U.S. initiative was linked not mean any "collapse" of Amer.
made at the annual probus award to the Arab summit conference icon-Israel friendship.
which opened today at Rabat,, He echoed recent complaints by
dinner in March.
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WSU recipients of the awards Morocco. American officials hope rilrs. • Meir about the positions of
ed Pile** Orders-,A _
last year were Robert Broner. as- to deter the Arabs from foreclos- , Britain and France. He said that
sociate profesSor of humanistic ing a diplomatic solution in the if those countries had bowed to
studies, Monteith College, and Dr. Mid East by demonstrating that Arab pressure and refused to sell
arms to Israel, they had no right
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James M. Jay. professor of bi• progress is still possible o n
I diplomatic front. Tanner said.
at 11%4 mite Read
to act as "umpires" in the Big
ology, college of liberal arts.
The UN correspondent outlined Four talks. He said Britain was
When thou seest an eagle, thou the difference between the U.S. now not "in the middle of the
seest a portion of genius; lift up and Soviet positions which, he said, road" but "on the wrong side of
thy head! —William Blake. i have been defined by high rank- the road."
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