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February 27, 1976 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 27, 1976

Israel Assents to U.S. Move to Test
Non-Belligerence Pact With Arabs

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet's decision to
assent to an American initi-
ative aimed at ending the
state of belligerency be-
tween Israel and its three
confrontation neighbors —
Egypt, Jordan and Syria —
has touched off a storm of
protest among both "doves"
and "hawks" in the Knesset.
The Cabinet took up the
matter apparently in re-
sponse to suggestions put to
Premier Yitzhak Rabin by
the U.S. Administration
during the Premier's visit to
Washington last month.
Rabin reportedly told the
Americans at the time that
he could agree to an Ameri-
can probe of Egyptian and
Syrian attitudes on a non-
belligerency pact but needed
Cabinet approval for similar
approaches toward Jordan.
The Premier stressed that
any settlement with Jordan
involving territorial conces-
sions by Israel would have
to be approved in advance by
a national referendum, pos-
sibly in the form of new
elections.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Labor Party leadership has
been meeting to find a suc-
cessor to Meir Zarmi who
announced his resignation
last week as secretary gen-
eral of the party. So far, no
key Labor personality has
shown any interest in tak-
ing the post and Zarmi has
refused to reconsider.
The latest crisis within Is-
rael's governing political
party coincides with a rising
flood of criticism of Premier
Yitzhak Rabin from Labor
Alignment and opposition
forces and from many indi-
viduals who were regarded
as close supporters of Rabin
when he took office two
years ago. Pressure is also
mounting for the establish-
ment of a national unity
government that would em-
brace Likud..
At the same time, the
Labor Alignment itself ap-
pears in danger. The Ma-

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Syria is supported in this by phony the
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Meanwhile, in an inter-
Queens College and fac-
view published in Haaretz, at
ulty chairman of the Jewish
Foreign Minister Yigal Al- Theological.
Seminary's Col-
Ion said any Palestinian
body which honestly accepts lege of Jewish Music.
the existence of Israel and
which is willing to co-exist
with Israel and cooperate
with it is a constructive fac-
tor.
Allon said this in answer-
ing a question on whether
the Palestine Liberation
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The essence of the objec-
tions to an initiative whose
goal is non-belligerency
was stated succinctly by
former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban, a leader of the
"doveish" faction in the
Labor Party. "The Arabs
will ask for complete with-
drawal and the establish-
ment of a Palestine state
in return for end of the bel-
ligerency," Eban said.
"What is left to ask in re-
turn for peace except the
elimination of Israel it-
self?" he asked.
The American feelers will
apparently be made simul-
taneously with efforts to
reconvene the Geneva con-
ference. Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger is said
to believe that the useful-
ness of step-by-step diplo-
macy has ended but that a
full-fledged peace settle-
ment is not a practical ex-
pectation at this time.
Israeli observers do not
place much hope on Geneva
at this stage because of Syr-
ian insistence on PLO par-
ticipation in the conference.

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pam political committee
engaged in heated debate as
to whether it should remain
in the Alignment or strike
out on its own. The veteran
party secretary Meir Talmi
continues to favor the alli-
ance with Labor but even he
insists on minimum condi-
tions without which, he
said, Mapam should prepare
to enter a separate list in
the next elections.
Chaika Grossman, on
the other hand, called for a
clean break with Labor
and suggested that many
Laborites would defect to a
Mapam list. The differ-
ences between Mapam and
Labor run deep and in-
volve such basic issues as
an overall peace plan, the
Palestinian question and
the social and economic
gap in Israel.
Zarmi said he was resign-
ing because the Labor lead-
ership is allegedly indiffer-
ent to the party's serious
financial situation. But
many observers believe the
real reason is the crumbling
of the party's internal struc-
ture, the public differences
between party leaders over
policy and the leadership's
alleged lack of support for
the party's elected bodies.
Many observers say the
Labor Party has been with-
out true leadership since the
death of Pinhas Sapir last
year. Sapir, who was Fi-
nance Minister in the gov-
ernment of former Premier
Golda Meir and later re-
signed to become chairman
of the World Zionist Organi-
zation and Jewish Agency
Executives, was the Labor
Party's "strong man" and
undisputed "boss" for years.
The strength of his person-
ality held together the var-
ious divergent factions that
make up Labor and those
factions are now coming
unglued, observers say.

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