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December 05, 1975 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 December 5, 1975

UN AntiftIsrael Action Rejected; Russian M.E. Influence blamed

(Continued from Page 1)
icy toward the PLO, but
that a veto would have upset
the UNDOF extension.
Ford and Kissinger have -
said repeatedly during the
past few weeks that the U.S.
will not deal with the PLO

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in any way as long as it does
not recognize Israel's sover-
eign status.
But in Washington Tues-
day, it was reported that the
U.S. took what appears to
be an additional step toward
involving the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization in the
Middle East diplomatic
process by proposing to the
Soviet Union that "the mat-
ter of participation" in nego-
tiations for an "overall set-
tlement" in that region be
discussed by the six nations
that are parties to the Ge-
neva Conference. -
The proposal was con-
tained in the U.S. reply to
the Soviet note of Nov. 9
calling for the early recon-
vening of the Geneva Con7
ference.
-
The American note said
that, "In addition to the
U.S. and the Soviet Union
(co-chairmen of the Geneva
Conference), such a pre-
paratory conference could
include Egypt, Jordan,
S ria and _Israel and_ could

,
-
but on a much broader issue in the Middle East is with Palestinians who rec-
plane. The hint was that the not the question of territory ognized Israel and ren-
design was aimed at basic or the question of the Pales- ounced terrorism was seen
American interests in the tinians "although these are
(Continued on Page 21)
Mideast, in Egypt and other both important." It is, he
moderate Arab states as said, "Change of heart with
well as at Israel. His re- respect to Israel on the part
marks followed Monday's of the Arab countries. Until
61/2 hour debate in the Knes-
that change is achieved, no
set on Sunday's Security
meaningful advance can
Council vote.
really be attained- in the
Last week, Rabin served
Middle East."
notice that any changes in
Following the speech,
the texts of Security Council both Herzog and the Israel
Free Admission
resolutions 242 and 338 or in Foreign Ministry in Jerusa-
Dec. 7th 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
the letters of invitation to lem emphatically denied
the Geneva peace conference that Her.zog's speech im-
Roma Hall, Livonia
on the Middle East would plied any Israeli change of
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automatically release Israel position toward the PLO.
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from all of its obligations
The government's
booth information
under those resolutions. prompt move to quash any
Schaupeter Promotions
Resolutions 242 and 338 interpretation that this
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provide the framework for might include negotiations
the Geneva conference and
for the 1974 disengagement
agreements on the Syrian
I1
and Egyptian fronts.
At the. United Nations,
Give Your Face A
Israel declared that it is
prepared to enter into ne-
gotiations "at any moment
pants."
The U.S. added that its without any preconditions
FREE Makeup Demonstration
view was that, "The appro- whatsoever" with its Arab
priate- resolutions to neighbors but that it
by Mary Meary Cosmetics
serve as a basis for negotia- would negotiate only on
tions leading toward a peace the basis -of recognition of
settlement and the ones Israel's sovereign rights,
which the parties have ac- would accept no dictates
cepted for this purpose are from any quarter and "we
Security Council resolutions will not negotiate our own
9
242 and 338. It - would there- suicide."
In -afirm but generally
fore not be appropriate to
introduce other resolutions conciliatory address during
not accepted by all the par- the General Assembly's
Middle East debate, Israeli
ties for this purpose."
In Jerusalem, Premier Ambassador Chaim Herzog
Yitzhak Rabin Tuesday cri- called on the Arab states "to
ticized the United States rise above the hate,• bitter--
Jeans Tops — Sweaters
government for failing to ness and intransigence of ,
take note of "the Soviet-Syri- their words, to liberate
and More
an-PLO design" which had themselves from the chains
resulted in Sunday's Secu- of their slogans and to join
with us in setting out to-
rity Council vote.
Rabin restated the gov- gether along the road to-
ernment's Monday decision ward peace and a better life
not to cooperate in any way in the Middle East."
Herzog observed that the
with-the projected Security
Council Mideast debate Jan.
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He restated too - -des-
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17,
cism — the government's
Doubts Dispute
decision to continue to
With. U.S. Vote
cooperate with UNDOF
and to observe the disen-
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
gagement agreement on a Rabbi
Israel Miller ex-
basis of reciprocity.
pressed doubt Wednesday
DAILY to 9 p.m., SUNDAY 11 to 5
Rabin said the Soviet-Syr- that American Jewry would
ian PLO design had reper- have a confrontation with
cussions not only for Israel
I nf lOVUNAL
the Ford Administration
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FINE JEWELRY
over the failure of the U.S.
to exercise its veto power in
the Security Council to
block linkage of the UNDOF
, mandate on the Golan
Heights with a debate on
the Palestinian issue.
Rabbi Miller, chairman of
the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American
Jewish Organizations; said,
"The answers to American
Jewry's standings on the
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issue will come from the
U.S."
INCLUDING THE FINEST
Miller was among the
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demned "U.S. acquiescence"
to PLO participation in the
GIFTS
FINE JEWELRY
Security Council debate on
the Middle East as "a rever-
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icy."

consider agenda, procedures
and the..matter of participa-
tion in a subsequent full
conference with a view to-
ward laying the foundations
for negotiations of an over-
all settlement."
The U.S. also said it was
"prepared to consider hol-
ding bilateral consultations
with the USSR in advance of
such a preparatory confer-
ence."
The American note
pointed out, "With respect
to the Soviet position on Pa-
lestinian participation in
the Geneva Conference, the
U.S. has always held the
view that legitimate Palesti-
nian interests must be
taken into account in an ov-
erall settlement.
"The U.S. cannot agree,
however-, that the co-
chairman of the confer-
ence can alter the defini-
tion of participants in the
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