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July 27, 1973 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-27

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Japanese Envoys Urge Role
in Mediating Mideast Dispute

TOKYO (JTA) — Fourteen
Japanese ambassadors as-
signed to Middle Eastern
countries and two former
ambassadors to that region
contended at a conference
here that a peaceful settle-
ment of the Arab-Israeli dis-
pute could not be achieved
by the concerned parties
alone.
They stressed that Japan
should cooperate to assist
mediation efforts by the U.S.
and the Soviet Union, for-
eign ministry sources dis-
closed here.
According to reports in the
Japan Times and the Asahi
Evening News, the envoys un-
animously endorsed Japan's
"neutral attitude" in the
Middle East conflict and said
it should continue "particu-
larly in view of the recent
trend of using oil as a politi-
cal weapon."
They agreed that Japan
could not help but continue
to endorse Security Council
Resolution 242 "from the
viewpoint of opposing expan•
sion of territory by military
force," according to the
newspapers.

The participants in the
meeting, which was opened
by Foreign Minister Masa-
yoshi Ohira, included the
ambassadors to Afghanistan,
Algeria, Egypt. Iran, Iraq,
I s r a e 1, Kuwait, Lebanon,
Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Su-
dan, Syria, Tunisia and Tur-
key, and the director general
of the foreign ministry's
Middle Eastern and African
Affairs bureau.
The sources said the gov-
ernment plans to increase
official development aid to
the Middle East nations only
if it serves to help the eco-
nomic and social develop-
ment of those countries.
(The semi-official Egyptian
newspaper Al Ahram, com-
menting on the Tokyo meet-
ing, criticized Japan for not
playing a greater role in the
Middle East and not taking a
stand in the Arab-Israeli dis-
pute. The newspaper claimed
Japan's main interest in the
region was based on eco-
nomic consideration and its
supply of oil, 86 per cent of
which came from Arab
countries.)

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(Copyright 1973 JTA, Inc.)

WASHINGTON — China
watchers at the State De-
partment think the Peking
government has made a sig-
nificant, if slight, movement
towards recognizing Israel
exists.
The observation is based
on remarks by the People's
Republic of China's perma-
nent representative at the
UN, Huang Hua, in the first
session of the Security Coun-
cil's debate on the Middle
East.
In the debate, Huang de-
nounced the concept of "se-
cure boundaries" outlined by
"Israel Zionists" and as-
serted no room existed for
compromise on the Palestin-
ian people's "fight for •a-
tional liberation."
However, a State Depart-
ment analysis says his re-
marks "suggest that PRC
opposition to the "secure
boundaries' concept referred
to all lands seized by Israel
in the 1967 war and did not
mean that Israel has no
rights to any boundaries at
all."
In their way, to Win favor
with Arab elements, the
Peking propagandists casti-
gate both the Soviet Union

Gideon Rafael
London Envoy

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him personally about it and
he promised action "right
after" the July 4 recess.
Mansfield suggested that
the genocide issue be put off
until the Senate returns Sept.
6 following Labor Day.

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Meanwhile Senate Demo-
cratic Leader Mike Mans-
field had pledged at the close
of the 92nd Congress that
"early" in the new Congress
he would bring up the Geno-
cide Convention for a Senate
vote.
But the "new" Congress

i-iVs.r not yA4A'iiia7ncrtitiV
ers of the convention, vir-
tually the entire Jewish
community and a majority
of the senators, seemingly
are getting nowhere with
pleas for action.
In the spring, Democratic
Senators Proxmire a n d
Church a n d Republicans
Hugh Scott and Jacob Javits
asked Mansfield by letter to
put the issue on the Senate
calendar. Mansfield reported-
ly did not reply. Then Prox-
mire and Javits together and

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couragement to Israeli ag-
gression is clear for all to
see . . . The other super-
power masquerading as a
friend of the Arab people is
taking advantage of the tern-
porary difficulties of the
Arab countries to carry out
large-scale infiltration and
expansion in the Middle East
under the signboard of 'help
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aid tlie" tidecr SiWe4 tO'r
their "acquiesence, support
and abetment" of Israeli
activities. If anything, the
Soviet Union fares worse
than the United States in this
propaganda war. An example
is this excerpt from the -New
China News Agency's broad-
cast to the world:

Gideon Rafael was for-
mally appointed as Israel's
ambassador to London after
official agreement came
through from Whitehall.
Rafael, 60, was a member of
Israel's first UN delegation.

No El Al Damages
in 3 Emergencies

TEL AVIV (JTA)—An El
Al Boeing 707 with 66 pas-
sengers aboard interrupted
a flight to Zurich July 19 and
returned to Lod Airport when
one of its four engines failed.
The pilot radioed the Lod
control tower, and emergency
crews stood by as the air-
craft made a safe landing
on three engines. The passen-
gers were transferred to
other carriers.
The incident was the third
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Al planes. Two weeks ago
a Boeing 707 from Rome
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after its landing gear failed
to engage. On July 16 an-
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