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What if Arabs 'Win the Peace'?

Egypt's guns in the Gaza
By ROBERT ST. JOHN
Special to The Jewish News Strip would have been, again,
What the Syrians did to within 28 air miles of Tel
the Israeli soldiers and air- Aviv's suburbs.
men they took prisoner on
Israeli Jerusalem would
the Golan Heights in October have been surrounded on
is perhaps a sample of what three sides by Arabs.
would have happened if they
Beersheba, capital of the
and their Egyptian allies had Negev, again would have
won the Yom Kippur War. been a mere ten miles from
(I was a war correspondent an Arab frontier.
on the Syrian front and was
Haifa, forty miles from the
cognizant of these atrocities.)
More pertinent now is what been
Golan
Heights,
would
have
almost
within
artillery
will happen if the Arabs win range of the Syrians' long-
• distance artillery.
the peace.
What will appeasement
President Anwar el Sadat
cost the world this time?
of the United Arab Republic,
Even before there is any in a speeCh on May Day.
serious negotiating at Ge- 1973 :
neva by the parties involved
"I will not be satisfied to
in the Middle East conflict, liberate the land. Israel's ar-
Israel is being subjected to rogance and bluster, which
intensive, high-level pres- has been going on for twenty-
sure. five years—all this must be
Israel's enemies — in the terminated. As I have told
Arab world, in Moscow and them, I am ready to pay one
even in Washington are million men as the price of
well aware that it would be this battle, but they, too,
equivalent to suicide for Is- must be ready to pay one
rael to retire to the 1967 million and more on their
frontiers before she has some side. The Zionist conquest
positive insurance that exter- which oppresses us will not
mination is no lnoger the come to an end by return of
keystone of Arab policy, or, the conquered territories."
if it still is, that she will
The textbook for third-year
have a decent chance to de- junior high school students in
fend herself when they try Syria calls on Arabs "to
extermination the next time. strangle Israel, to tear her
A man need not be any ambitions to pieces, and to
sort of military expert to throw her into the sea."
The same ministry of edu-
figure what would have hap-
pened to Israel in October if, cation and instruction school-
before then, she had given book says "the extermina-
in to pressure and dispos- tion" of Israel "is a prereq-
sessed herself of the Sindi, uisite for the preservation of
the Gaza Strip, the Golan Arabism and the renaissance
Heights and the West Bank of the Arabs."
In the face of such ambi-
and retired to all the 1967
tions surely Israel is not ask-
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Bernardi to Appear in 'Jacob and Joseph'

ing too much when she says the Russian game, creating,
NEW YORK — Director the Bible story, shot entirely
she will give up land occu- by their oil hijacking, condi- Michael Cacoyannis ("Zorba in Israel.
pied in• 1967 only when, at a tions in the Western world the Greek") is in London ed-
The film, to be shown in
peace stable in talks with her that Russia long dreamed of iting his latest production the spring on ABC-TV, fea-
neighbors, some scheme is bringing about: confusion "Jacob and Joseph," a fea- tures Herschel Bernardi and
worked out to give her de- and bitterness among NATO ture-length dramatization of Colleen Dewhurst.
fensible frontiers so she can members, a rift between Ja-
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It's Top Team: Golda and Henry

PRINCETON—Golda Meir
will share top billing with
U.S. Secretary of State Hen-
ry Kissinger, who has been
listed by the Gallup Poll as
the man most admired by the
American people. Mrs. Meir,
the most admired woman,
was named last week.
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dent Nixon, Sen. Edward
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Ralph Nader, Sen. Henry
Jackson, Pope Paul VI and
Sen. Barry Goldwater.
Last year, Kissinger was
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consecutive year.
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Golda Leads
Poll — Again

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Premier Golda Meir of Isra-
el, who was named the "most
admired woman" of 1973 in
I the annual Gallup ,Poll, was
named "The Sun's Woman

of the Year" by the London
newspaper; Sun, which ran
a full page profile of Prem-
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The article said: "No worn-
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the late Pope John, Golda
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something very much more.
The battle she fought in Oc-
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