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June 29, 1973 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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bolcia _Ready to Meet Bourguiba But Rejects Palestine State Idea

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Golda Meir says she
is prepared to meet with Pre-
sident Habib Bourguiba with-
out preconditions but has re-
jected in advance his pro-
posal for the establishment
of a Palestinian Arab state.
There is no room for a
Palestinian state between
Israel and the Jordan River
as the Tunisian president
suggested, Mrs. Meir told Is-
raeli high school pupils at a
question-answer session over
the weekend.
She said that it "depends
100 per cent on President
Bourguiba" whether he and
she ever meet to discuss a
solution of the Middle East
conflict.

Foreign Minister A b b a
Eban reiterated over the
v lend his call to the Tun-
is'_1T leader to make contact

'Business as Usual'

with Israel through diplo- Association of Women Jour- and go-between first appear-
matic channels to arrange a nalists and Writers, spoke in ed in interviews the Tunisi-
time and place for a meeting. reply to Bourguiba's remarks an president gave to two

Eban, addressing Bour- at the International Labor Italian newspapers. It was
guiba on a radio interview Organization in e et i n g in since reported that he suc-
ceeded in gaining support for
said that "There are some 60 Geneva June 19.
or 70 capital cities or inter-
The Tunisian president his plan from most of the
national centers in which called for "a Middle East Arab states and the Pales-
both Tunisia and Israel are peace comparable to the one tinian guerrilla leadership.
represented. Please choose achieved between the two
Israeli sources acknow-
one of them and let us know Germanys, the two Koreas, ledged privately that Israel
when and where and at what the two Vietnams and the tried recently through Italy
level you want to meet with one being achieved between to establish serious and sin-
us."
the Soviet Union and the cerity of Bourguiba's offer
Mrs. Meir observed that U.S."
but that no response was
the things Bourguiba has
forthcoming.
Eban said "We too are
said pubb.cly_so far were not
Bourguiba said in Geneva
encouraging with regard to convinced that the Middle on June 19 that "any Middle
a solution of the Arab-Israel East has much to gain and East settlement which does
learn from the attitudes,
conflict.
not include the Palestinians
She mentioned specifically principles and methods which is doomed to failure. Many
his reference to the 1947 par- have enabled many govern- Israelis are beginhing to see
tition boundaries as a start- ments to overcome deep re- the necessity of this, no
ing point for discussion of servations."
doubt because Jews who
territorial questions.
Bourguiba's proposal for have known persecution can
Eban, addressing the con- Arab-Israeli contacts with all the more easily under-
ference of the International himself serving as initiator stand Palestinian suffering."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 29, 1973-5

Si Kenen Saluted in Congress Record

WASHINGTON — Isaiah ican Jewish community and
L. (Si) Kenen's selection as the promotion of closer
chairman of the American American ties with the state
Israel Public Affairs Com- of Israel."
mittee was cited in the Con-
gressional Record by Sen.
Humbug
Abraham Ribicoff (D.Conn.),
Take the humbug out of
June 19.
this world, and you haven't
Sen. Ribicoff, who re- much left to do business
counted Kenen's extensive with. — Josh Billings.
background, said "This
achievement crowns more
than 30 years of dedicated
efforts on behalf of the Amer-

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