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December 10, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-10

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the stationing on the eastern bank
of the canal of UN forces between
the Egyptian and Israeli lines; . .
that "secure and recognized bound-
aries be determined in the peace
agreement; . . . that solutions to
mission, an interim Suez Canal 16 submarines, six mine-sweepers security problems be found within
pact, secure and recognized boun- and 24 amphibious craft. Only a the guarantee of the UN, in the
daries and other security arrange- small part of the fleet is in the creation of demilitarized zones, in
the presence of international forces
ments, Israeli withdrawal and Red Sea.

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —
Postponement of the General As-
sembly's Middle East debate
because of the Indian-Pakistani
crises is a blow to Egypt, according
to some Western diplomats here.
The debate was postponed after
Wednesday morning's speech by
Foreign Minister Amadou Karom
Gaye of Senegal, who said that the
report of the recent African peace
mission was a basis for resumption
of the Jarring mission.
One diplomat close to the Mid-
East situation said that the inter-
ruption of the debate on that sub-
ject just as it bad reached a
"crescendo" had to cause "dis-
comfort" for the Egyptians who
had requested it and had spoken
first last Friday. Now, said the
Schumann, who was address- diplomat, the momentum has been
ing the Senate, said that many - stalled, and Egypt's suggestion - of
foreign governments, including anti-Israel sanctions has been
that of the United States, now shunted aside.

interpret the resolution as call-
ing for Israel's withdrawal from
all the occupied territories.

plied by the Soviet Union, accord-
ing to the Israel Army magazine,
Bamahane.
The magazine also published de-
tails of Egypt's ground and naval
strength, all based on figures pub-
lished by Western sources, it
said. The number of Soviet-made
combat planes in the air force is
407, which includes 220 new MIG-
21s, 120 Sukhoi-H bombers, about
25 TU-16 bombers and some 30
Illushin-28 bombers.
The Egyptian Air Force also
has 12 11116-23s, a fighter plane
said by Western sources to out-
run and outclireb any other, -
including the American F4
Phantom jets in the Israel Air
Force.
Egyptian ground forces number
a half million men under arms di-
vided into 10 divisions, five of which

Catholic Bishop
Opposes Pope's
Mid East Views

BRUSSELS (JTA)Msgr. Ram-
selaer, a Dutch Catholic bishop,
has come out against the Pope's
position on Jerusalem as "unjust"
and contrary to the spirit of the
Ecumenic Council."
The statement was made by the
Dutch prelate in the course of an
interview published here by the
Jewish weekly of Antwerp, "Bel-
gisch Israelitisch Weekblad."
Msgr. Ramselaer ha just re-
turned to Amsterdam from - -us-
. els where he participated in the

meeting of the Consultative Com-
mittee for Judeo-Christian Co-
operation which took place last
week.
Bishop Ramselaer is a director
of the Anne Frank House in Am-
sterdam, a former president of
Catholic Council for Israel and the
author of an essay on Jerusalem

in which he takes a favorable view
of the town's development under
Israeli rule.
He has been a most outspoken
critic of th- Vatican's Middle East
positions.

at some strategic point; . . . that
the terms of withdrawal from
occupied territories be embodied in
the peace agreement; . . . (and) in
order to guarantee freedom of
navigation of all ships through the
straits of Tiran, of the stationing
of international forces at Sharm
el Skeikh."
Eban said Israel had given an
"affirmative reply" to those pro-
posals, and that "if a proposal is
made for resuming negotiations
under the auspices of Dr. Jarring
and within the terms of Resolution
242 in order to reach a peace
agreement; Israel will respond
without prior conditions to that
call."
Observers noted that the Afri-

can mission proposed "with-
drawal from occupied terri-
tories," which is the language
of Resolution 242, and not with-
drawal from "the" or "all" -oc-
cupied territories, which is the
way the Arabs interpet the reso-
lution.

Other diplomats however,
noted that the Mid-East debate
may not be long in resuming if
the assembly treats the Indian-
This appeared to be more moder-
Pakistani issue with urgency. ate language by the OAU, com-
Israeli Foreign Minister Abba pared with its earlier call for total
Eban, in his assembly speech Tues- Israeli withdrawal.

Foreign Minister _ Norbert
Schmeltzer of the Netherlands said
he believed Egypt is seeking a
peaceful solution of the Middle
East conflict despite the recent day, said the Africans proposed
"acceptance by the two parties
provocative statements by Sadat.
(Israel and Egypt). to resume in-
Egyptian Air Force Has 896
direct
negotiations under the aus-
Combat and Training Planes
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Egyp- pices of Dr. Jarring and within
tian Air Force numbers 896 com- the terms of Resolution 242 in
bat and training planes, including order to reach a peace agreement
the world's fastest fighter and . . . of an interim agreement for
the world's largest helicopter sup- the opening of the Suez Canal and

emher 10, 1971 -17

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are infantry, three mobile and
by repeated threats and datelines two armored.
for the opening of fire."
The Israeli Army magazine said
Eban contended that Israel gave Egypt's Navy has eight destroyers,
"affirmative reply" to the Africans' four frigates, two corvettes, 20
call for resumption of the Jarring missile boats, 45 torpedo boats,

freedom of navigation.
"The memorandum of the
African heads of state bears wit-.
ness to the spirit of good will which
they encountered in their mission,"
Eban said.
In Jerusalem, President Zalman
Shazar said that President Nixon
had promised him at the beginning
of this year that the U.S. would
not stop supplying Israel with the
weapons it needs.
He spoke to a French United
Jewish Appeal delegation headed
by Baron Guy De Rothschild.
French Foreign Minister Maurice
Schumann has reiterated France's
stand that a solution to the Middle
East conflict can come only
through the full application of the
Security Council's Resolution 242.

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