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March 17, 1972 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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"(Continued from Page 1)
BULLETINS
statement -intended to have Jong-
.Nett told the linesset Thuisday that the
range effects. Israel was expected Hueseinfproposalii not iceeptable.
.
-
,
to reject the plan categorically ,es
It-
wag
'anneueeeil'
that
Ring Hus
Pieilicteitf Nixon
it intimates a return by Israel to
toward
the
end
of
this
month
fo
dhoeitsK1*
ll
tddte`"Bast
situtation.
-
its pre-June 1967 boundaries and a
return of Jordanian sovereignty
over East Jerusalem.
be composed of both West Bank hick -,.on the -niafr:-Whieli-rici--- - Arab
King Hussein delivered hi and East Bank Jordanians in eqii , al state: ean.-Openit;iiiiiiiie;.1he'
speech following a flurry of reports numbers. .
that •the, new
'Maude
Israeli sources analyzing King only the - West 'Batik and possibly
emanating mainly from Baghdad
Hussein's
plan
_seemed
to
think
Radio that Jordan had arranged
the Gaza Strip opens -Hussein la-
a separate peace with Israel. that his immediate purpose was the - charge .that
• is' libandonitit
Spokesmen for both Jordan and to refocus world attention on the the 'rest of Palestine, Meaning Is-
Israel emphatically denied this Jordan-Israel- aspects of the -Mid- rael. The other Arab- states- are not
Tuesday, and the king's speech dle East - conflict whith. have - been considered likely ,,to appreve 'of - a.
contained no reference to such -an overshadowed in recent months by revived Palestine under Jordanian
agreement. Hussein did say, how- effort's 'to achieie an accord be - auspices.
ever, that any other part of the tween Israel and. Egypt.
Hussein's invitation to the Gaza
There was speculation in the Strip was viewed as an effort to-
"Arab homeland" may unite with
the federation when •it is liberated Israeli capital' that- Hussein may interest the U. S. in the plan..
and if it expresses a will to do so:. Want to influence_ the municipal According to the -Etagere Plan,
This was taken as an open invita, elections to be held in the West which the -U. S. has never re-
tion to the Arabs of the Gaza Bent areas of Samaria and Jericho pudiated, the Gaza Strip is not
Strip, who were - under Egyptian toward the end Of the month. Ac- to be returned to Egyptian
sovereignty until the Six-Day•War. cording to this interpretation, Hus- sovereignty nor is it to remain
sein fears the establishment of in- under Israeli control.
According to Hussein's plan, dependent
leadership, in the West
A forecast of negative Israeli re-
the West Bank region of the Bank
and- wants-to head it off.
action to the plan was contained
federation would be called Pale:-
,
Brig.
Gen.
Raphael
Verdi,
the
in __a- speech tosenior adthinistra-
stifle. and its capital would be
Jerusalem, while the over.alt West - Bank military commander, tive officials by Israel Galili, a
capital of the federation would said at a press - conference that minister - without -portfolio who is
be Amman. There would be two Hussein's plan would not have sometimes an unofficial spoirs-
much influence on the elections. man for the Heir government. ---
federal parliaments and a goy- - He
said he. didn't think West Bank
GOBI recalled that the late
erteor and government for each
residents would "boycott the polls." Premier Levi Eshkol had laid down
of the two regions.
Gen. Vardi announced that unre- the principle that the Jordan River
King Hussein would remain the stricted
electioneering would be- is a border of Israel which no for-
chief executive and head of state
gin Thursday and. said the voting eign force must- cross. Eshkol
for both regions, but the supreme would
reflect
the process of nor- voiced several' policy principles
bodies of the united kingdom would
malizing life on the West Bank.
whose influende remains with ,zis
The first balloting will- be-- on to this- day, Galili said. One 'Of
March 28, - when some 17,000 eli- them is that without .peace there
gible voters will elect 8-11 -council: can. be no withdrawal. He also
lore each in towns and villages in opposed fixing frontiers that would
the _Judaea-Samaria regions- Thi include a majority .of the Arab
elections will be held according to population within the'lsraeli state,
Jordanian law, which restricts the yet
Eshkol also believed that Is-
ballot to male property owners rael's old borders should -- be
over age 2L They will be - conduct- changed, Gahli said.
ed under the auspices of the Is-
Menahem Begin, leader of the
raeli Ministry of Interior.
Gabel opposition party, reacted
YOU ARE PLANNING
Israeli
sources
'predicted
that
sharply against Hussein's proposed
TO GO TO ISRAEL
Hussein's federation plan will be federation plan. He demanded the
JOIN OUR MANY
opposed by other Arab states. Al- immediate extension of Israel law
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
•-
though it would put "Palestine" to the West-Bank, a move that
would be tantamount to annexe,
GO WITH US FOR THE
HOUDAY and YOM ATZMAIFT
tion. Begin was supported. by
• (Israel Independence Day)
Peron Denounces -Shmuel
Tamir of the Free Center
faction„ Both factions • submitted

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urgentagenda motions in the
set to; debate Hussein'a pleaan
'
Israeli -action iyith regard to
-

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