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March 21, 1975 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, March 21, 1975

- Envoy Says Iran Would Be M.E. Mediator and Protector

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The government of Iran, if
asked, would serve both as a
mediator in the Israel-Arab
conflict and as a protector of
a settlement that would be
achieved, according to Iran-
ian Ambassador Ardeshir
Zahedi.
While Iran supports Arab
demands for possession of
Jerusalem, the logic of the
situation calls for internali-
zation of the Holy City, the
envoy said, because of the
world population figures of
the three religions involved.
The Zahedi interview fol-
lowed a luncheon with dip-
lomatic correspondents here
at which the chief guest was--
Iranian Minister for Fi-
nance, Husang Ansary,

after he signed a $12 million
trade agreement between
Iran and the United States
here. •
---Ansary's remark s prin-
cipally concerned oil and
investments. -However, in
response to a question he
said, "We do accept Is-
rael's existance," that UN
Resolution 242 "is the only
solution for peace in the
area," that the Palestini-
ans "have a right to exist"
and that "Israel made
mistakes in the past" and
would have been "better
off" to have engaged in ne-
gotiatiorts four or, five
years ago.
He praised the U.S. for its
"even-handed policy" and
wished Secretary of, State

Henry A. Kissinger "well on
his trip."
Ansary also said that Iran
was never a party to any oil
embargo. It has been a
country tolerant of creed,
color and human beings for
a thousand years.
"It acknowledges the
right of all nations on earth
to exist in the context of the

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Percy Tells Arabs:
'Recognize Israel'

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Israel Resolve to Defend Itself

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WASHINGTON, (JTA)
The House , of Representa-
tives' special subcommittee
on the Middle East headed.
by Rep. Melvin Price (D.-
III.), in its February visit to
the Middle East, appeared
impressed by the determi-
nation of Israelis to defend
their land and survival as a
nation.
"One thing that becomes -
plain from a visit with the
Israelis is that their resent-
_ ment and intense feeling
- about the history of their
people is such that they will
, never surrender their coun-
try without a bitter fight,"
the subcommittee's report
said. "Such a conflict risks
the involvement of other
nations of the world beyond
the Middle East."
The Israeli military, the
report said, pointed out
that Israel would be in "an

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unacceptable defense posi-
tion (on the Golan
Heights) without the ca-
pacity for early adequate
warning," if it did not
control the high point east
of Kuneitra since the Go-
lan Heights form a plateau
and are not a mountainous
region.
Similarly, the Israelis be-
lieve they require high
points west of the Jordan
River. (Last week the com-
mittee recommended to
Congress that it delay ship-
ment of some arms items
requested by Israel.)
The report affirmed that
the U.S. cannot "cast aside"
or turn over its responsibil-
ity in the search for peace to
another power "because
only the United States has
the trust and confidence of
the Israelis" and "the
United States has developed
trust and confidence on the
Arab side- by attempting to
follow an even-handed pol-
icy."

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W. Germany to Try
Four Former Nazis

E.-
E.:

- Sincere Best Wishes
for a Joyous and Happy
Passover

E.:
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BRUSSELS (JTA) — Bel-
gium haS transferred 6,000
photocopies of military _doc-
uments to West German au-
thorities enabling a Kiel
court to try four former
Nazis for complicity in the
deportation and murder of
12,000 Belgian Jews during
'World War II..
The four men, Ernst Eh-
lers, 65; Constantin Canaris,
68; Kurt Ashe, 65; and Karl
Fielitz, managed to excape
trial so far because the Bel-
gian authorities were una-
ble to obtain their extradi-
tion. All four were ranking
members of the Sicherheits-
dienst, the secutiry police
section of the SS.
Meanwhile, Dr. Adelbert
Rueckerl, head of the Nazi
war criminal tracing center
at Ludwigsburg, West Ger-
many, reported that 30 per-
cent of all witnesses called
to give evidence at war
crimes trials refuse to do so.
Addressing a Christian-
Jewish Brotherhood Week
meeting in Cologne, Dr.
Rueckerl attributed this sit-
uation to the reluctance of
many Nazi victims to re-
open old wounds by telling
of their experiences in -
court.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Charles H. Percy (R.-
I11.) says he believes "the
Arab leaders should convey"
to Se6retary of State Henry
A. Kissinger and the govern-
ment of Israel "in clear and
absolute terms" that the
state of Israel- has the right
to exist in peace and secu-
rity.
"Ideally,they should
state it publicly," Percy said
in - remarks prepared for de-
livery in a radio broadcast in
Chicago.
Percy said that - he
"frankly" does not know
what the Arabs will give up
in return for "substantial
Israeli withdrawals," but he
listed a series of 11 items
which "the Arabs could do."
These include dropping
"the futile Arab boycott,"
putting Israel "literally on
the map because today Is-
rael does not appear on
Arab maps'of the area i "
and "establish limited dip-
lomatic relations, very
much as we have done in
China, leading to full dip-
lomatic recognition of Is-
rael."
"These are tactics," Percy
said of his 11 points, that
"the Arabs should take in
their own interest and in the
interest of peace." Percy did
not name any Arab country
in his remark's.

United Nations;; and that as
the Shah has said when Iran
loads oil in tankers "we
don't ask their destinatibn."
Ansary emphasized that
when the Six-Day War
broke out, the Shah was
"the first leader in the world
with the demand for return
of occupied territory." He
said that "We accept the ex-
istence of Israel at the same
time that we have con-
demned any country — big
or small to_ take land by
force."

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