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June 06, 1975 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 6, 1975 21

Salzburg Summit Brightening Outlook for Peace

(Continued from Page 1)

The Egyptian President
said it was a simple matter
to solve the Mideast conflict
as long as the parties con-
cerned, including the super-
powers, adhere to the basic
and undisputed principle:
Namely, the recognition of
the independence and terri-
torial integrity of states; the
iadmissability of acquisi-
tion of territory by force;
the acceptance and respect
of the basic kind of self-de-

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termination for the Palesti-
nian people and their right
to live in a- national home.

Observers here stressed
that Sadat mentioned the
Palestinians at the very last
and that for the first time in
recent years did not speak
about their legitimate
rights or national aspira-
tions but about their right
to a national home.

Kissinger confirmed at
his press briefing that the
U.S. will grant economic aid
to Egypt. He said the exact
sum was not known as the
President will ask for cred-
its for the Middle East only
after the end of the reas-
sessment period.

Kreisky's dinner last night
arm in arm.
The two Presidents have
also invited each other to
Cairo and Washington and
Egyptian sources here say
that Sadat's invitation was
an official one.
Ford and Sadat con-
firmed they had taken into
consideration all of the cir-
cumstances that are neces-
sary for any agreement,
whether step-by-step or a
comprehensive one. He said

the considerations were on
the broadest basis.
When asked what the pos-
sible influence the letter of
support for Israel by 76 U.S.
Senators will have on his
final decision, he said that
the reassessment has been
conducted with the help of a
great many suggestions
from experts of both politi-
cal parties in the United
States. He said he did not
consider these suggestions
as being pressure. He added

Development of Israeli Housing

These four photos depict the development of Israeli
housing from the tent-cities of the pioneer days to the
modern cities and kibutzim.

Observers agree that a
result of the Ford-Sadat
meeting will be closer con-
tacts and consultations be-
tween Cairo and Washing-
ton from now on. The two
leaders are reported to have
established a close and
warm relationship. Ford
and Sadat were seen leaving
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that when the reassessment about Israel's future and the
is concluded, "I will submit impasse in peace prospects
a plan at the appropriate in the Middle East.
time."
Rabbi Alexander M.
Remarks made shortly Schindler, president of the
before the Salzburg summit Union of American Hebrew
by King Khalid of Saudi Ar- Congregations said that the
abia to an American news- time has come to "cease the
paperman that his country black mood and doom and
would accept Israel's exist- put an end to over-reaction
ence if Israel met certain and yielding to despair" by
Arab conditions, including so many "of our people."
He said that "both the
the establishment of a Pa-
lestinian state on its eastern President and Mr. Kissinger
borders, was seen here as a still represent the only
tactic in the Arab "peace statesmen capable of mov-
ing Mideast negotiations of?
offensive."
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ington Post was not pub- tion is a disservice to peace
lished in Saudi Arabia or and to Israel itself."
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Finnish Envoy Ends 9-Year Stay

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Algar von Hieroth, Finnish
Ambassador to Israel, is
ending his nine-year term in
the country.

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eign Minister Yigal Allon
for his activities for the ad-
vancement and strengthen-
ing of the relations between
the two countries.

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June 9, 1975

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