Mrs. Meir Sees Ominous Implications in Pact
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 11,1971--5
(Continued from Page 1)
goes far beyond any ever signed by a report on the military situation Anti-Zionist Novosti Tract Distributed in E. Germany
to the Egyptian National Assem- the Soviet Union with a non-Com- in the Middle East and an explana-
LONDON (JTA)--German trans- missed charges of anti-Semitism in
bly in which he explained that he munist state and in fact strikingly tion of the U.S. government's "ap- lations of an anti-Semitic, anti- Russia as "ridiculous and gro-
signed the pact because of "a resembles the treaties governing parent failure to make any re- Zionist pamphlet prepared by No- tesque."
new and fundamental matter Moscow's relations with the War- sponse to the new Israeli request vosti, the Soviet overseas news
contained in Article 8 which saw Pact nations. The assessment for military aid." The senator said agency, are being circulated all
states that Russia will continue was offered a policy background that Rogers' reply would be "an over East Germany, it was re-
to supply Egypt with military paper issued by the Israel Em- indication of what administration ported here.
policy would be." Schweiker said
equipment and training in its use bassy here.
The pamphlet is part of a Novosti
the specifics of Israel's aid request
in order to strengthen Egypt's
were classified. He said he thought series dealing with ethnic minori-
capacity to eliminate the conse-
quences of aggression as well as Union by this treaty, has achieved Israel was asking for the delivery ties in the USSR. It includes Yev-
it has long sought, namely of two Phantoms a month but could geny Yevsayev's "Jewry—a Tool
increasing its ability to stand "what
the political consolidation of its not say for how long a period.
of Imperialism" which accuses
up to aggression in general."
presence in the Middle East by
Jews of aiding the Nazis in the
Mrs. Meir's list of conditions winning a long-term legal title to Israeli Soldiers Wounded;
murder of other Jews, including
for an interim arrangement to re- intervene in the affairs of the Deny Terrorist Ambush
the Babi Yar massacre. It com-
open the Suez Canal contained region's dominant Arab state,
pares Israeli Premier Golda Meir
nothing new. She insisted that such Egypt, irrespective of who con- anniversary of the Six-Day
War to Hitler. Novosti, whose dispatches
an agreement must be considered trols the reins of government in passed with only a few scattered
are circulated abroad but not in-
arate from an over-all peace Cairo and in a manner that incidents of terrorist activity, side the Soviet Union, recently dis-
dement and could by no means transcends the Israel Arab con- mainly on the Gaza Strip and East
be regarded as the first step to- flict."
ward a total Israeli withdrawal
The Israeli paper contained an
Two Israeli soldiers were wound-
from Sinai. She said Israel would obvious warning to the U.S. gov-
SEE OR CALL
in two grenade incidents in the
agree to reopen the canal only if ernment. It stated that any settle-
Jebaliya refugee camp in the Gaza
the cease fire is extended indefin- ment between Israel and Egypt Strip Sunday afternoon and Mon-
itely, no Egyptian or other forces was contingent on the perpetuation day. A civilian and a policeman,
cross the waterway and free pas- of the present cease fire which "in both Arabs, were wounded by gun-
sage through the canal is granted turn is dependent upon the mainte- fire at Beit Hanina, a northeastern
WI LSON-CRISSMAN CADILLAC
to all nations. She said Egypt would nance of the balance of power on suburb of Jerusalem.
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have to clear and operate the canal two levels," military and political.
A terrorist who ignored an order
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and agree with Israel on effective "The preservation of Israel's de-
means to deter possible violation. fensive credibility in face of the
was shot and killed by an Israeli
The debate that followed Mrs. commitment undertaken by the So- patrol at Beth Lahiyah in the Gaza
Meir's report was led by Menahem viet Union in the treaty, to extend Strip.
Begin, leader of the opposition the supply of weapons to Egypt for
A military spokesman said a two-
Gahal faction. Begin's response an indefinite period . . . Of equal
was low keyed, though he criticized importance to the maintenance of year-old girl was injured in another
government policy sharply. He the arms balance as a factor in grenade incident in the Gaza Strip.
Israel also reported an exchange
claimed that Mrs. Meir's policies preventing the. renewals of hostili-
of gunfire across the Lebanese
not only failed to improve Israel's ties is the necessity to ensure
image but failed to guarantee the political deterrent posture of such border near Zarit settlement in
nation's future security. He re- credibility that would prevent any Western Galilee.
An Israeli spokesman denied a
fused to accept the thesis that the miscalculation on the part of the
Middle East crisis could lead to a Soviet Union, leading it to believe terrorist report in Beirut that an
third world war because nuclear that it might enjoy a greater free- Israeli motorized patrol was am-
weapons ruled out that possibility. dom of military action than it has bushed Friday near Jericho on the
West Bank. The terrorists claimed
Haim Zadok, chairman of the had until now."
that four Israeli soldiers were
Knesset Foreign Affairs and De-
Terming the new Soviet-Egyp- killed and their vehicles destroyed.
fense Committee, demanded that
the U.S. make it clear to Moscow tian 15-year treaty of friendship The Israeli spokesman described
and cooperation the "most seri- the terrorist claim as "imagina-
that it was prepared to intervene
on Israel's side at some stage in ous development in the Middle tion." He said Arab infiltrators
East since the Six-Day War," fired on an Israeli vehicle near
the Soviet-Egyptian c a m p a i g n
Sen. Richard S. Schweiker urged Jericho and then fled across the
the U.S. government to respond Jordanian border.
Thant Pessimistic About
promptly to Israel's latest re-
The Six-Day War anniversary
Mid East Developments
quest for more armaments, par- was virtually ignored by West
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Bank residents. Several business
— Secretary General U Thant ex- Pennsylvania Republican, a establishments shut down in the
pressed a pessimistic view about member of the Senate armed Muazi and el Burej refugee camps
the current situation in the Middle services committee, expressed but shops in Gaza remained open.
East, noting that "there have been concern over the State Depart-
no_ important or significant devel- ment's lack of response so far
opments, to my knowledge, in the to Israel's request for more air-
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