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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, July 4, 1975

`Israel May Reconsider UN Role if Barred From Assembly'


• • PASSPORT • • UNITED NATIONS — the Geneva conference on to become president of the suspend Israel from partici-
decision has been reached
Israel Ambassador Yosef the Middle East.
• • •
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ing from that post this
week, that if Arab countries
succeed in suspending Israel
from the General Assembly
this fall he would favor Is-
rael's reconsidering her atti-
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Recalling his service at
the UN, Tekoah said he
sees the UN declining in
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For that reason, he said,
Ford should consider the
need to provide Israel with
larger than average stores
of military equipment to
meet the military threat to
Israel's survival.
Buckley said this war
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several parts of the world,
including the Middle East.

`Peace May' Fade
If M.E. Settlement
Is Not Reached'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Jewish
Congress and veteran Zion-
ist leader said if the present
situation in the Mideast
does not bring a settlement
in that region, Israel may
possibly miss the last
chance for peace.
Speaking over the army
radio station, Dr. Goldmann
said that now is the time for
an all-out settlement, not
bit by bit interim settle-
ments.
He said that an all-out
settlement entails formal
recognition of Israel by the
Arabs, guarantees by the
super-powers for an Israeli
withdrawal from all held
territories except Jerusa-
lem, and some border modi-
fications.
Leon Dulzin, Jewish
Agency treasurer and Likud
leader, said this week that
Israel can not give up the
Gidi and Mitle passes.
He said that with th
U.S.-backed Egyptian rejec-
tion of the Israeli proposal,
the situation does look seri-
ous, but Israel, in his opin-
ion, was in a good position
and must not yield to pres-
sure.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Scientists conducting a geo-
logical survey have located
significant quantities of ur-
anium in the waters in the
waters off. the southern .
Sinai..

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