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December 13, 1974 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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18—Friday, Dec. 13, 1974
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Fortune is like glass—the
—the ones that dry the plas- brighter the glitter, the more
tering are not the true ten- easily it is broken.—Publius
Arab countries such as the ants.—Eduard Pailleron
Syrus
Geneva peace conference.
Eban said he would wel-
come another meeting of the
Geneva peace conference on
the Middle East since the
conference was an American-
Israeli creation and offers a
better chance of achieving
results than debates in the
United Nations General As-
For the first 150 couples who make reservations, we'll
sembly..

Eban Met With Jordan's King Hussein

NEW YORK (JTA)—For-
mer Israeli Foreign Minister
Abba Eban revealed that he
met secretly with King Hus-
sein of Jordan after the Six-
Day War.
Eban told an overflow
crowd of some 2,000 persons
at Cong. Bnai Jeshurun last
week that he could admit it
publicly now since it has 'al-

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ready been revealed by a
high Israeli official.
He met with Hussein in
London while the king was
undergoing medical treat-
ment, and again in the Jor-
dan Valley.
Eban made his remarks
after he was asked. about
•charges that Israel had
dragged its feet in negotia-
tions with Jordan, thus al-
lowing Palestine Liberation
Organization leader Yasir
Arafat to replace Hussein as
the leader of the Palestin-
ians.
The former foreign minis-
ter said he knew better than
anyone that this charge was
untrue. He said that in dis-
cussions with Jordan, includ-
ing the personal meeting he
had with Hussein, the Jor-
danians had always insisted
that Israel return all the ter-
ritory taken in the Six-Day
War - including East Jerusa-
lem, something which Israel
will not agree to.
Eban said Hussein was the
first Arab leader to intellec-
tually accept the existence of
Israel. The Israeli diplomat
also expressed belief that
Jordan would make peace
within the context of negotia-
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He said the Geneva con-
ference limits the negotia-
tions to the nations directly
concerned, and noted that
this was the only possible
way of achie-ving an agree-
ment.
Throughout his remarks,
Eban, now a Labor MK and
a visiting professor at Colum-
bia University, stressed that
he disagreed with Woodrow
Wilson's idea of "open cove-
nants openly arrived at."
He said only secret nego-
tiations can succeed. With-
out them, Eban stated, the
U.S. would still be engaged
in fighting in Vietnam and
Israeli soldiers would be
dying needlessly on the Syr-
ian and Egyptian fronts.
Eban said the UN forum was
useful only in explaining a
country's position to the
world.
The UN itself died in 1974,
in a moral sense, Eban said,
because of the General As-
sembly's "prostration" in
front of Arafat and his PLO.
He said the General Assem-
bly has now made it "ten
times more difficult" for
peace to be achieved in the
Mideast.
"I appeal against talk of
the fatalistic inevitability of
war," Eban said. "Every-
thing has already been tried
in the Middle East and failed:
war, ceasefire, separation of
forces, disengagements. Only
peace has never been tried.
"Once the hubbub of the
disquieting success of the
PLO at the United Nations
dies down, Arafat and his
group will be seen for what
it is. There is no concept of
affinity between the PLO and
resistance organizations
which led to the rise of new
nations. -
"The PLO differs in beliv-
ing in the elimination of
another nation. The PLO can-
not make peace because it
denies the sovereignty of Is-
rael. cannot wage war be-
cause it has no army."

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Figures Reported

TEL AVIV '(ZINS) — Ac-
cording to offical data, near-
ly 25,000 abortions are per-,
formed in Israel each year.
Unofficial estimates are as
high as 40,000, which take
into account the illegal abor-
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