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December 21, 1973 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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Dayan Confident of Peace Opportunity,
Praises U. S Denies Use of Pressures

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan
said Tuesday night that the
chances were good for a set-
lement with Egypt and Jor-
dan at the Geneva peace
conference opening to d a y.
The mere fact that Israel
will be sitting with those
conference opening today.
carries the basis for an ar-
rangement, he told a Labor
Party election rally at Kfar
Yehezkel.
Dayan cautioned, however,

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have been done and did it land when the war broke critics who were abroad
properly," Dayan said, add- out." the latter was a barbed when Egypt and Syria at-
ing, "I was not in Switzer- reference to some of his tacked on Oct. 6.

that a successful outcome at betray us," Dayan said.
Geneva depended upon Is- He stressed that Israel had
rael maintaining its vigil- to maintain its good relations
ance and its strength. "We with the U.S. "The U.S. owes
are strong enough to start us nothing. The U.S. does not
talking even if we have want us annihilated or de-
enemy tanks behind us and feated by Russia or its emis-
oil in front of us." he said.
saries. All the U.S. wants us
Dayan strongly defended to do is to make peace and
the United States and Secre- she supports us because we
tary of State Henry A. Kis- were attacked. If we need to
singer against charges by be saved she will support us.
some Israelis that Israel was When she sent us arms dur-
being sold out by its friends. ing the Yom Kippur War she
Kissinger is a Jew, "but we did not ask how we were
must not forget that he is going to pay for them,"
the American Secretary of' Dayan said.
State. We have no reason
Dayan said that when he
whatsoever to complain about visited Washington recently
him. He did not at any time no U.S. officials suggested
that Israel rely solely on
Religious Kibutzim American guarantees. He
said that the U.S. was no
Need Volunteers
more happy than Israel about
NEW YORK — The tradi- holding the Geneva confer-
tional Orthodox kibutzim of ence under United Nations
Poalei Agudat Israel need auspices. "But they were
volunteers, including obser- overruled. What can we do
vant girls to work in the but sigh and accept the new
kitchens, and in the fields, situation," he said.
.1
He stressed that the cabi-
now that Shemita (sabbati-
net is united as to the limits
cal) has ended.
Torah youth, yeshiva stu- beyond which Israel can
dents and religious young make no concessions. "There
adults age 18-30 are needed will be no return to the pre-
on Kibutz Chafetz-Chaim, June, 1967, borders, no mat-
Shaalvim, Modiin and Mayo- ter what the pressure,"
Choron. For information, con- Dayan said. Israel, he said, 1
tact Poale Agudat Israel, 147 must retain strategic depth
W. 42nd St., New York, N.Y., in order to have defensible
borders. Had the Egyptians
10036 (212-279-0816).
Volunteer programs last been 20 kilometers from
for six months or more. Gaza and the Syrians close
Financial assistance f o r to Deganya when the Yom
transportation can be obtain- Kippur War broke out, "our
ed from the American Zion- situation would have been
ist Youth Foundation, 515 very bad," Dayan said.
Park, New York, N.Y. 10022
The defense minister
(212-751-6070).
denied charges by criticis
that he did not carry out his
The good must triumph.
duties properly when the war
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