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October 04, 1974 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-04

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Rabin Won't Remove Dinitz; NRP Entry Into Coalition Troublesome

demanded a quick decision
from the NRP on its readi-
ness to make territorial con-
cessions so that negotiations
with Jordan can begin.
Dr. Burg said there must
be no hurry in withdrawing
from the territories and that
there is no need to talk with
Jordan at the same time Is-
rael negotiates with Egypt.
But, he said, should there be
an agreement with Jordan it
Must be approved by a ref-
erendum.
Meanwhile, Moked, the left-
wing Knesset faction, and the
militant Orthodox Emunim
bloc have agreed not to set-
tle their differences by street
brawls. The leaders of both
camps met here and decided
that it was better to talk
than to fight.
The Emunim demand un-
restricted
Jewish settlement
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS in the administered
terri-
16—Friday, October 4, 1974 tories
in defiance of govern-
ment policy, while 'Moked in-
sists that the Arab lands be
returned to the Arabs. A
clash between the two fac-
tions was narrowly avoided
several days before Yom
Kippur when police prevent-

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lition government has divided
Mapam, the party which
along with the 'Labor Party
makes up the Labor Align-
ment. While veteran Mapam
leaders Meir Talmi and Naf-
tali Feder appear to favor
the inclusion of the-NRP, op-
position is coming from young
Mapam members, who are
demanding certain conditions.
Mapam youth are opposed
to the freeze on converts not-
ing that this might under-
mine the democratic princi-
ple of equality under the law.
At a meeting last week
with NRP leader Dr. Joseph
Burg and party secretary Zvi
Bernstein, Mapam MKs Dov
Zakin and Hillel Ashkenazi
stressed that Mapam opposes
the proposed registration
freeze compromise. They also

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ed a group backed by Emu-
nim from going to Jericho
on the West Bank and dis-
persed anti-settlement forces
grouping to attack the would-
be settlers.
The subsequent meeting be-
tween Moked and Emunim
representatives ended' with
the release of a joint com-
munique in which each side
stated its views on how to
carry out Israel's political
struggles.
The Emunim 'bloc said it
would not make any settle-
ment attempts before Yom
Kippur. But with the holiday

SY DRAFT

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
c-
Archbishop Hillarion Capuc-
ci
ci has pleaded not guilty to
charges of delivering arms to
terrorists in Israel and hav-
ing contacts with terrorist
agents. He entered his plea
last week after the Jerusa-
lem District Court rejected
his la•yer's claim that Cap-
ucci could not be tried in
East Jerusalem because that
city's political status is in
dispute. The court also re-
jected Capucci's claim to
diplomatic immunity.
The prelate of the Greek
Catholic Church, whose dio-
cese covers East Jerusalem
and the West Bank, was ar-
rested Aug. 8. He reportedly
confessed to police interro-
gators. When his trial opened
he refused to enter any plea
pending the outcome of his
lawyer's motions.
More than 30 prosecution
witnesses are expected to
testify during six court ses-
sions which will begin Thurs-
day.
In a related development,
Rev. Joseph M. Raya, the
Greek Catholic Archbishop
for northern Israel, submit-
ted his resignation Thursday,

charging "illegal interfer-
ence" in the Capucci case by
the patriarch of his church,
Maximus V (and by Pope
Paul VI. "I'm protesting the
illegal interference of the
highest authorities of the
church in the affairs of my
diocese," said Itaya, an Am-
erican citizen who came to
Israel in 1968.
He announced that he was
returning to the United
States "for seclusion, to pray,
to think and to consider."
But he hinted that his resig-
nation may have been due
to pressure from his church —
superiors because of recent
remarks he made justifying
the arrest of Capucci and
supporting Israeli sovereign-
ty in Jerusalem.

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entail limited withdrawals
and would enable Israel to
thoroughly test Arab inten-
tions at each stage, Rabin
said. The Arabs must realize
that barring war, there is
only one way out of the pres-
ent situation, and that is mov-
ing toward peace, the pre-.
mier stressed. Rabin added
that there was room• for a
partial settlement with Syria,
too, despite the tight stretch
of land involved.

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entail an end of belligerency.
Rabin said Israel and the
U.S. both believed that' the
only practical path of prog-
ress now was by interim ac-
cords since the Arabs had
made it clear to Washington
that they would still demand
total withdrawal before con-
templating full peace — and
even then it was doubtful if
they would agree to real
peace.
Interim settlements would

Capucci's Gun Running Trial
to Start in Jerusalem Thursday

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over, security forces have
been alerted to a possible
renewal of the movement be-
fore Kissinger arrives here
Oct. 12.
It also was reported that
Premier Rabin told an inter-
viewer this past weekend
that he had his own detailed
maps both for overall peace
with the ,Arabs and for in-
terim settlements.
He said he would be ready
to discuss his full peace map
with any Arab state ready to
agree that an interim settle-
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