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August 08, 1975 - Image 8

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Friday, August 8, 1975

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Revisionists Deny
Activist Links

Nessen Denies Ford, Tito
Agree on Middle East Issue

PARIS (JTA) — White
House press secretary Ron
Nessen denied that a re-
ported identity of views on
the Middle East,between
President Ford and Yogos-
lay President Tito meant
that. Ford had endorsed Ti-
to's call for a separate Pa-
lestinian state, according to
reports reaching here from
Belgrade.
Nessen's denial came
after the two leaders, fol-
lowing talks which focused
on the Mideast, called for
moderation and flexibility
in the attempt to reach a
settlement in the Arab-Is-
raeli conflict.
The two presidents spoke
to reporters at the end of

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Ford's visit to Belgrade tional executive board of the
which also markeed the end •United Zionists-Revisionists
of the American President's announced it had never affi-
10-day visit to Europe. Ford liated itself in any manner
emphasized that a stale- with the recently, formed
mate in the current Israeli- Conference of Presidents of
Egyptian talks on an in- Major Jewish Activist Or-
terim Sinai agreement was ganizations.
After receiving several
unacceptable.
At a dinner for Ford, the calls from members who
83-year-old Yugoslav misinterpreted advertise-
leader said that Israel ments and new articles in
must withdraw from Arab New York, in which the Re-
territories as soon as pos- visionists' name was us(
sible and recognize Pales- without permission, Pr()
tinian independence. Ford Howard Adelson, the UZRA
took no notice in his own president, stated his organi-
remarks of Tito's surprise zation had "no link, official
statement which was seen or otherwise" with the activ-
as implying criticism of ist group.

Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's step-by-
step negotiaions.

Ikrit, Baram Get
Water Flow Again

But then Tito again sur-
prised newsmen when he
said his views and Ford's
were identical on the
Mideast, according to re-
ports arriving here. He said
We formed this opinion
"after I heard what Presi-
dent Ford said about the
actions the United States in-
tends to take in the future."
Nessen, according to the
reports, said there was no
change in U.S. policy which
says that the rights of Pa-
lestinians should be recog-
nized in any settlements but
avoids any position on the
eventual outcome of nego-
tiations.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ikrit
and Baram, two abandoned
villages near the Lebanese
border, were hooked up to
the national water supply
system indicating that the
government may soon per-
mit the return of their origi-
nal Arab Christian inhabit-
ants who were forced to
evacuate for security rea-
sons during Israel's war for
independence in 1948.
The water pipes were laid
by the Mekorot water com-
pany at the government's
request on the recommenda-
tion of its adviser on minor-
ity affairs, Shmuel Tole-
dano.

U.S. Trusts Israel
Does Not Possess
Nuclear Weapons

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department re-
ferred reporters to a state-
ment by Israeli Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin last year
denying that Israel pos-
sessed nuclear weapons.
The statement by Rabin
in a Danish television inter-
view broadcast Dec. 17, was
cited by Department
spokesman Robert Funseth
when reporters asked him
to comment on an article in
the Boston Globe that said
senior American analysts
believe Israel has assembled
10 nuclear weapons, each as
powerful as the atom bomb
that destroyed Hiroshima in
1945.
Funseth said that "the
United States strongly be-
lieves that every nation
should strictly adhere to the
nuclear non-proliferation
treaty," a treaty Israel has
not signed. Asked if that
comment included Israel, he
said "that is very clearly
implied."
But Funseth also inti-
mated that the U.S. ac-
cepted Rabin's statement
that "Israel is not a nuclear
power . . . which means Is-
rael has no nuclear weap-
ons."

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