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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 11, 1975 5

Speculation on Israel - Egypt Accord Inspires Peace Hopes

(Continued from Page 1

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early warning system in
Sinai in the event of a new
interim accord between Is-

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rael and Egypt. As for a
BBC broadcast that an Is-
raeli-Egyptian agreement
has already been reached,
Anderson said the report
has been denied by the Is-
raelis "and we agree with
the denial."
Israeli sources said that
if the matters of with-
drawal and surveillance
are resolved, it was highly
unlikely that the talks for
an interim agreement
would founder on any of
the other issues outstand-
ing.
Some Israeli policymak-
ers and army officers have
sharp misgivings about the
rumored U.S. surveillance
proposal. They recall that
following the August, 1970
cease-fire which ended the
War of Attrition in the Suez
Canal Zone, American intel-
ligence deliberately turned
a blind eye when the Egyp-
tians promptly violated the
agreement by advancing
Soviet made SAM missles
into the demilitarized zone
— despite incontrovertible
evidence by Israeli intellig-
ence and protests from Je-
rusalem.

One high ranking Israeli
officer remarked recently
that no army in the world
would put its faith in a third

power to fulfill a watchdog
men not to speculate that an ger the precise "questions"
pressure on Israel to con-
role.
agreement was close at his government seeks an-
form to Egyptian terms.
Egypt's agreement to a
hand and said it was not swers to before it makes a
"The word pressure
three-year duration for an
even certain as vet that one final decision on a new in- doesn't fit the situation," he
interim accord is regarded
would be achieved.
terim accord with Egypt.
said, adding that when it
nevertheless as a major
Foreign Minister Yigal
Dinitz said, in reply to conies to finding peace, Isra-
breakthrough. There •would Allon Wednesday ex- 'questions, that the very
el does not need to be pres-
also be an initial implemen-
pressed cautious optimism process of seeking clarifi- sured and in matters involv-
tation period of about 18
on the prospects of an inte- cation represented progr-
ing its vital security Israel
months. According to the
rim settlement with Egypt ess but he would not say would not succumb to pres-
sources the formal agree-
but made it clear that, what the prospects were sure.
ment between Israel and
contrary to the recent for an agreement.
Egypt would state that both 'spate of news reports, an
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Ambassador Dinitz was
sides regarded the agree-
agreement still has not recalled to Jerusalem last
ment as effective until su-
been achieved.
week for consultations and
perseded by a subsequent
Selecting his words with attended Sunday's cabinet
agreement and that both
obvious care, Allon told the session at which the govern-
sides agreed to renew the
Knesset that the current ment decided to hold up any
mandate of the United Na-
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U.S. and Egypt.
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further annual extensions
Allon's tone was some- whole complex of bilateral
— three years in all, the
what more upbeat than that relations between the
sources said.
of Premier Yitzhak Rabin at United States and Israel."
Prior to his departure for
a press conference in West He rejected the suggestion
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French TV Ignites Interest
In the Rosenberg Trials

PARIS (JTA) — An open
letter appealing for the re-
habilitation of Ethel and
Julius Rosenberg and Mor .-
ton Sohell has been signed
by 10,000 people, a spokes-
man for the Movement
Against Racism and Anti-
Semitism and for Peace
(MRAP) has said.
"The public reaction has
been enormous, and signa-
tures are still coming in,"
the spokesman said.
French public opinion
was recently stimulated by
a three-hour French televi-
sion broadcast covering the
Rosenberg trial. After the
film, the Rosenberg's two
sons participated in a tele-
vised discussion of the af-
fair.
The television program
triggered a reaction in the
hearts of the humanitari-
an-minded French. News-
papers headlined the Ro-
senberg affair for a week,
emphasizing the anti-Sem-
itism overtones of the
1950s trials.
Faced with this reaction
among the public and
among its own members,
the MRAP "felt it was its
duty" to voice its opinion.
The MRAP, along with sev-
eral French Jewish organi-
zations had voiced strong
protests against the witch-
hunt and anti-Semitic as-
pects of the trial at the time.
Before launching the ap-
peal letter, MRAP leaders
met with Morton Sohell and
the two Rosenberg sons,
who had come to Paris espe-
cially for the television pro-
gram debate. They agreed to
help coordinate the French
campaign with a campaign
in the United States.

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`Miluim' Is Mark
Of Israeli Life

JERUSALEM — Every
nation has certain terms in
its "national vocabulary"
which are uniquely its own.
They are little known out-
side, but widely used inside.
In Israel, `Miluim" — the
army reserve duty done by
Israeli citizens — is such a
term.
Until age 29, every able-
bodied man must serve
three years as a full-time
soldier. while girls serve two
years. From then on and un-
til age 55 years, most men
will continue to serve in
"Miluim."

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