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July 13, 1973 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-13

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Kuwait Seen
Balking on U.S.
Arms Purchase

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
U.S. and the Kuwait govern-
ments are discussing the
sale of American arms to
that Persian Gulf state, the
State Department has dis-
closed. But it refused to corn-
ment on a Kuwait defense
ministry statement that it
would not accept a contract
which included conditions on
the use of arms it bought.
State Department spokes-
man Paul Hare said the U.S.
consistently opposes trans-
fers of arms it sells to a
third country. "That is stand-
ard and uniform policy," he
declared.
Fears have been expressed
i - Israel and by U.S. Con-
,smen that arms, particu-
larly Phantom jets, sold to
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia
may be transferred to Egypt
for use against Israel. With
regard to the reported will-
ingness of the U.S. to sell
Phantoms to Saudi Arabia
Hare said that a sale of the
fighter bombers to that coun-
try is in the "negotiation
state." Last month Israel
formally notified the U.S. of
its apprehension over the pos-
sible transfer of Saudian jets
to Egypt.

Israel-Bourguiba 'Dialogue' Fizzles;
NOW! BUY DESIGNER
'Palestinian State' Proposal Reported GOWNS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 13, 1973-5

matter for the Palestinians
and Jordanians to decide.
He said that in no case could
a Palestinian state be cre-
ated in place of Israel or at
the expense of Israel's sov-
ereignty and security.
Newspapers had reported
here over the week-end that
Israel was ready to review
its policy on a Palestinian
state in preparation for re-
sumed talks on the subject
with the United States.
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Is-
rael's former ambassador to
the U.S., said that the grow-
ing tendency among the
Arab states to focus world
attention on the Palestine
issue may encourage terror-
ists to strike at more Israeli
targets abroad. Rabin said
the Arab states were pro-
moting a Palestinian entity
because of their own failures
in the military and political
spheres.
In an interview published
in the Lebanese newspaper
Al Nahar last week, Bour-
guiba proposed that the
problem of Palestine and
Jordan be settled by "an

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Alinister Abba Eban
told the Cabinet Sunday that
it was pointless for Israel to
continue exchanging public
statements with President
Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia
in light of insulting remarks
Bourguiba reportedly made
about Israel and Premier
Golda Meir.
In an interview over the
week-end the Tunisian presi-
dent was quoted as saying
that Premier Meir was a
"liar." Eban said Bourguiba
had also likened Israel to
the Nazis in a public state-
ment.
Eban said Israel has re-
peatedly stated it was ready
for talks with any authorita-
tive Arab leader without pre-
conditions. Obviously, Bour-
guiba's insistence that Israel
return to the 1947 partition
boundaries is wholly unac-
ceptable and obviously there
are sharp divergences be-
tween Israel and Tunisia on
the Middle East issue, Eban
said. However, he added,
these did not preclude meet-
ing Bourguiba and talking to
him, the foreign minister
stressed.
Eban's remarks neverthe-
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has repeatedly said that all
Bourguiba had to do if he
wanted a meeting with Pre-
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while has denied press re-
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intended to re-define its
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last week, Eban said the
matter of a Palestinian
state could be decided only
after a peace agreement is
reached between Israel and
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Arab summit" meeting. He
called Jordan an "artificial
creation" and said that King
Hussein should "submit to
the will of the people in ac-
cordance with democratic
principles and the right of
self determination."

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