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August 02, 1974 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-02

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abin: Ties With Arab States, Not Issue
I Palestine, Heal Crux of M.E. Conflict

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
re of the Middle East con-
ict is Israel's relations with
te Arab countries and not
the Palestinian issue, Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin stressed
in an interview with the
afternoon newspaper Yediot
Ahronot.
In the interview, the first
- f'ven to an Israeli news-
per since he assumed of-
Rabin noted that during
cabinet discussions last
Jw e e k on the Palestinian
issue. "There was not one
minister who supported the
( stablishment of a third coun-
4 -y between Israel and Jor-
dan."
The interview ranged over

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Rabin said he would consider
bringing Likud into the cab-
inet if the opposition was
"willing to make territorial
concessions in return for
peace." Meanwhile, he as-
serted, "There • Is no diffi-
culty in continuing with this
coalition . . . for the entire
term of the present Knesset."
Other statements made by
Rabin were:
"Despite the military ac-
complishment in the Yom
Kippur War, there is still no
suitable answer to the shocks
and question marks which
were raised by the war. We
still have not translated our
lives into the reality of a
people in war. Our main
effort in the near future
should be to prepare our-
selves for a war, regardless
of the efforts to reach a set-
tlement.
"—The Arab world cannot
move one step without being
led by Egypt. Therefore,
Egypt is first to hold negotia-
tions with. Then come Jor-
dan, Lebanon and Syria.
"We do not approve of a
proposal related to King Hus-
sein to withdraw about six
miles west of the Jordan.

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However, there were other
proposals which spoke of a
functional separation of
forces rather than a geo-
graphic one, i.e. that the Is-
rael Defense Force remains
in Judea and Samaria, where
there is Jewish settlement,
but Jordan assumes civilian
responsibility in certain parts.
"—I have personal rela-
tionships with Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger and
Undersecretary of State
Joseph Sisco which enables
good contacts even when we
represent different interests.
"—I .. do . not ..think ..one
should appoint political fig-
ures to central army posts
without an authoritative de-
cision and after a principal
discussion. It is most essen-
tial to spare the IDF from
politicization.
"—Even after the visit of
the American Secretary of
the Treasury, William Simon,
there is still no guarantee
that all our financial de-
mands will be met.
"—The most difficult mo-
ment in my career as pre-
mier was when the govern-
ment decided to evacuate the
settlers from Nablus (in the
previous settlement attempt).



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Israelis to Study Terrorists' Platform

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Is-
raeli high school students will
learn this fall about the
Palestinian Covenant, the
platform of the Palestine
Liberation Organization and
the foundation of the PLO's
policy, as part of a special
course on the Arab-Israeli
conflict.
The education ministry is
introducing the subject on an
experimental basis to about
100 classes in the 11th and
12th grades. Up to now, Is-
raeli schools dealt with the
Israeli-Arab conflict only in
the more general framework
of history studies.
The Palestinian Covenant
will be included in a general

text book which deals with
the basic issues of the Mid-
east conflict. The book will
include articles by such Zion-
ist leaders as Chaim Weiz-
mann, David Ben-Gurion and
Zev Jabotinsky, terrorists
such as the late Grand Mufti
of Jerusalem Haj Amin al
Husseini, and the moderate
East Jerusalem writer Mo-
hammed Abu Shilbaya.

will be charged with nego-
tiating the proposals with the
concerned countries next
September. The trade advan-
tages the EEC is prepared to
offer Israel center around
four points:
The tariff reduction on Is-
raeli citrus fruit and fruit
used in canning will be in-
creased from 40 per cent to
80 per cent; the tariff reduc-
tion on Israeli fruit juices
will be increased from 60 per
cent to 70 per cent. These
increased tariff reductions
would encourage the sale of
these Israel products in the
Common Market countries
and, at the same time, stimu-
late their production in Is-
rael.
As for Common Market
products entering Israel, the
European community is will-
ing to let Israel maintain its
import duties on these pro-
ducts four years longer than
originally planned, that is,
until 1978 instead of 1974.
This would protect and
stimulate the Israeli domes-
tic market by encouraging
Israelis to buy Israeli pro-
ducts.
Israel also will be able to
protect any new industries it
may develop between now
and 1985 under the terms of
the EEC trade plan. The
EEC is willing to grant Is-
rael the right to impose im-
port duties on 10 per cent of
Common Market products
entering Israel which are
also being produced by new
Israeli industries.
The EEC trade package in-
cludes at least one proposal
which is not in Israel's favor.
The Jewish state together
with Spain will not benefit
from the financial assistance
the nine foreign ministers
have agreed to offer some of
the Mediterranean countries.

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The most gratifying moment
was when our prisoners of
war returned from Syria."
Earlier, Rabin had warned
that the Soviet Union is con-
ducting an unparalleled effort
to strengthen Syria.
Speaking at a meeting of
the Labor Party's moshav
section, Rabin said if war
comes it will not be easy,
short or without pain, but he
stressed that it could be
averted by acting on a realis-
tic appraisal of the situation.
Speaking at the first grad-
uation ceremonies at Haifa
University, Rabin said there
are three major challenges
facing Israel: the security
challenge — to be prepared
to combat any threat on our
own, because there is no one
that will fight for us; the
economic and social chal-
lenge — to establish and de-
velop an economy and society
that is worth fighting for;
and the challenge of peace—
to want to reach peace, be-
cause being a Jew means
living in peace in a Jewish
state.
Therefore, he said, Israel
must make every effort to
reach a peace, that would
enable Jews to live peace-
fully in their own land.

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