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October 04, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-04

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Rabin Denies Reports on Removing Dinitz from Position in Washington

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Rabin is-
sued a strong denial Wednes-
day of reports that he was
planning to replace Ambas-
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Premier Golda Meir arose
after published reports in the
U.S. claimed that the Israeli
envoy bad been misled and
exploited by U.S. Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger
during the Yom Kippur War.
The reports alleged that
Kissinger had restrained Am-
erican Jewish leaders and
pro-Israel senators from
pressing the administration to
speed up arms supplies to
Israel.
5.
The reports in the T.S.
gave rise to reports in the'
Israeli press that Dinitz was
under the influence of Kiss-
inger to an extent that im-
paired the discharge of his
duties as envoy.
According to some of these
reports, Kissinger sought to
link Israel's critical wartime
arms needs to an undertak-
ing by American Jews to

abandon their support of the
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would withhold U.S. trade
benefits to the USSR until it
eased its emigration policies.
These charges have been de-
nied both here and' in Wash-
ington.
Kissinger Instrumental
in Ensuring U.S. Aid
For Israel, Allon Says
NEW YORK OTA) — Is-
raeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon strongly defended Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kiss-
inger against charges that the
secretary had impeded aid
for Israel during the Yom
Kippur War.
Speaking Sunday night to
an overflow audience of
young American Jewish lead-
ers at the Israel consulate,
Allon, who is also Israel's
deputy premier, said no one
was "more instrumental than

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Dinitz made by Foreign Min-
ister Yigal Allon in New
York Monday night, appar-
ently in response to the same
rumors.
Speculation t h a t Dinitz
would be removed from his
Washington post to which he
was appointed by former
the American secretary of
state" in ensuring U.S. poli-
tical and economic support
for Israel.
Allon was here as the head
of the Israeli delegation to
the United Nations General
Assembly and was due to
mount a vigorous campaign
against the inclusion of the
"Palestine Question" on the
assembly's agenda as a sep-
arate item and the presence
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization at the session.
Responding to questions
from the audience about pub-
lished reports regarding Kis-
singer's attitude toward Is-
rael, Allon stressed that
"there is no American die^.
tate" and "no American
pressure, at least for the time
being." He noted that "this
does not mean we have to
accept every view," adding
that differences between Is-
rael and the U.S. are dis-
cussed as between friends.
But he indicated that if ma•
jor differences arose, Israel
would take its case to the
American people.
The Israeli official said he
had no objection to Kissin-
ger enjoying the confidence
of the Arabs since this gives
him leverage to act as a med-
iator between the two sides
in the Middle East conflict.
Allon criticized American
Jewry for not providing ade-
quate Jewish education.
"What disturbs me most is
the lack almost of Jewish
education for Jewish child-
ren," he said.
He noted that in countries
with small Jewish commun-
ities such as Australia, South
Africa and Venezuela, 90 per
cent of the Jewish children
attend Jewish day schools.
He said this was not true in
the U.S. which has the larg-
est Jewish population in the
world. He said Jewish educa-
tion was needed "for the
preservation of the Jewish
people."
Meanwhile, Secretary of
State Kissinger will visit
Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Is-
rael from Oct. 9-13 on his
eighth trip to the area in
search of a Middle East set-
tlement.
Kissinger indicated some
movement towards addition-
al views from the Arabs in
that he invited Arab League
leaders to dinner Monday
night in New York where
they attended the United
Nations General Assembly.
The secretary, in New York
for four days, met separately
Wednesday with Allon and
with Egyptian Foreign Minis-
ter Ismail Fahmi. Before Kis-
singer left Washington, he
met with the Syrian Foreign
Minister, Abdel Halim
Khaddam.
National Religious Party
Considering Offer to Join
Rabin Coalition Government
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
National Religious Party was
reported Sunday to be con-
sidering an offer by Premier
Yitzhak Rabin that it join his
coalition government without
pre-conditions. The offer re-
portedly. included a promise

that the issue of conversions
will be taken up by a special
ministerial committee that
would be established as soon
as the NRP enters the cab-
inet.
Rabin's offer does not alter
the status quo on religious
matters. Earlier this year,
the NRP' joined the cabinet
of former Premier Golda
Meir on the same basis de-
spite bitter opposition from
the chief rabbinate and Or-
thodox circles abroad. But
mounting pressure from mili-
tants within its own ranks
kept the NRP from joining
the Rabin government with-
out a resolution of the Who
Is a Jew controversy.
Labor Party circles say the
NRP is now ready to join if
the ministerial committee is
authorized to suspend the
registration of immigrant
converts pending a final de-
cision. The Independent Lib-
eral Party is also prepared
to go along with Rabin's lat-
est offer. But it will oppose
the registration freeze in the
ministerial committee, ILP
leader Gideon Hausner said.
The position of the 'Citizens
Rights Movement, - Rabin's
other coalition partner, re-
mained uncertain. Its leader,
Shulamit Aloni, has threat-
ened to quit the government
if the NRP joins. But there
are indications that she too
may be satisfied with Rabin's
latest approach.
Meantime, the possibility
of the NRP entering the coa-
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