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September 26, 1975 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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10 Friday, September 26, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabin Calls Arab Dispute Over Sinai Pact Gain in M.E. Accord

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The present dispute within
the Arab world between
states favoring the Sinai in-
terim accord and hardliners
who are opposed to it may
be "one of the most impor-
tant achievements-of the
interim agreement," Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin said.
Rabin, speaking at a For-
eign Press Association
luncheon at the Jerusalem
Hilton Hotel, said the agree-
ment had brought the Arab
world "to argue, to struggle
. . . about Israel . . ."
One camp, led by Egypt,

Washington that Kissinger
said in a recent briefing that
Israel-Syria talks would
hopefully begin towards the
end of next month and that
Premier Rabin had indi-
cated -that such an agree-
ment—involving a three km.
pullback—would be feasi-
ble.

Rabin told the Cabinet
that he has asked Ambas-
sador Simha Dinitz to
check whether Kissinger
had indeed made the state-
ment as reported in the
press.

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presidential palace in Cairo against Syria and the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization, who oppose the agreement
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The struggle currently
in progress might be the
start of the long process of
change, in actions and at-
titudes which, according
to the. basic Israeli con-
cept, would hopefully
move the region through
interim accords and to-
wards peace, the premier
said.,

Meanwhile, Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger
declared that the new Israe-
li-Egyptian interim accord
has improved the atmos-
phere for further progress
on all issues in the Middle
East, that the U.S. is
"prepared to make a serious
effort to encourage negotia-
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dangers and that partial
steps must be part of and
contribute to progress to-
ward a comprehensive set-
tlement." He said discus-
sions have begun with the
Soviet Union toward that
end.
Kissinger made his re-
marks in an address to the
United Nations General
Assembly on the opening of
its annual policy debate.
The Sinai accords created
an unusual opportunity for
further progress "but oppor-
tunities must be seized or
they will disappear," he
said.
He said the U.S. intended
"to consult over the coming
weeks with all concerned
regarding the reopening of
the Geneva conference
which met at an early cru-
cial phase. As co-chairmen
of the Geneva conference
together with the Soviet
Union, our two countries
have special responsibilities
in this regard," Kissinger
said. He added that "We are
prepared also to explore
potsibilities for perhaps a
more informal multi-lateral
meeting to assess conditions
and to discuss the future."

The Secretary's speech
was immediately seen by
observers here as a diplo-
matic device to placate
Arab anger toward Egypt
for signing the Sinai ac-
cord with Israel and which
eventually may open the
door to participation by
the Palestine Liberation
OrganizatiOn in the Ge-
neva conference sponsored
by the UN.

Meanwhile, Rabin denied
that he told Secretary of
State Kissinger he felt he
could win Cabinet and
Knesset support for a three-
kilometer pullback on the
Golan Heights in another
interim accord with Syria.
Rabin told the ministers
at the weekly Cabinet meet-
ing that there was "no ba-
sis" to the statement to this
effect attributed by newspa-
pers to Kissinger.
Several Israeli corre-
spondents reported from

In Washington, Congress
is moving at a deliberate
pace toward action on the
Administration's request
for approval of the presence
of American technicians in
Sinai despite President
Ford's urging that it act
within two weeks of Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer's Sept. 4 briefing of
Senate and House leaders
on the Israeli-Egyptian in-
terim accord. Action accord-
ing to Ford's timetable al-
ready is overdue.
A vote was scheduled this
past week on the concurrent
resolution introduced on
Sept. 10 by Senate Foreign
Relations Committee chair-
man John Sparkman (D-
Ala.).
The Sparkman resolution
calls for not more than 200
Americans to serve in the
Sinai surveillance units to
be established under the
terms of the interim accord.
Some Americans will be sta-
tioned in one Egyptian and

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one Israeli advance warning
post and the others will man
three other exclusively
American posts to be set up,
between Israeli and Egyp-
tian lines.

The resolution stipu-
lates that the President
can withdraw the Ameri-
can personnel in the event
of hostilities or if their
presence is no longer re-
quired. Otherwise, they
will remain in Sinai for the
duration of the three-year
agreement at an estimated
cost of about $10 million a
year. It is understood,
however, that Congress
will insist in the finalreso-
lution -to have the right to

remove the Americans it-
self under stated condi-
tions.

Meanwhile, the Cabinet
decided that Israel would
affix its initials to the mili-
tary protocol being nego-
tiated at Geneva, but would
sign in full only after the
U.S. Congress has approved
the stationing of American
surveillance personnel in
the Sinai passes.

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