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April 02, 1976 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 April 2, 1976

MK Eliav Outlines Plan for Full Peace Settlement

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Arye Eliav, a leading Israeli
advocate for a peace initia-
tive to come from the Israeli
government, declared here
that Israel's participation in
the current Security Council
debate on incidents in the
West Bank represents a rev-
ersal of his government's
policy.
"Israel's former boycott
of such sessions resulted in
Israel being further isolated
from world opinion," he
said. "Her current partici-
pation allows her to present
effectively her just case to
the world. Hopefully, this
reversal of policy represents
the inauguration of a major

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sive which can force the
PLO to unequivocally state
whether it is willing to live
in peace with Israel. With-
out an Israeli peace initia-
tive, I am afraid that Is-
rael's international isolation
will continue to worsen," he
said.
Eliav made his com-
ments in a prepared state-
ment which he issued at a
news conference last week
in the building of the
Friends Committee on
National Legislation near
the Capitol. The session
marked the opening of his
five-week campaign that
will take him to New York,
Boston, San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Chicago Sand
Philadelphia. He will end
his tour in Washington
April 26.
His tour is being spon-
sored nationally by Breira
(Alternative), a left-wing
group with which he is affi-
liated by membership on its
advisory committee.
Eliav, a former Secretary
General of the Israel Labor
Party and currently in the
Independent Socialist Party
— which has two members
in the Knesset with him as
one of them — said on his
speaking tour he will also be
sponsored by the Jewish
Agency when he talks about
prospective olim.
Eliav urged that Israel's
"peace initiative" should
consist of a "general decla-

ration" of "what it considers
to constititue a long-term
comprehensive settlement
of all the outstanding prob-
lems between Israel and its
Arab neighbors."
Israel should declare, he
said in a prepared state-
ment, that in "exchange
for a full peace — this
would include peace treat-
ies, full diplomatic rela-
tions, demilitarized zones
in the returned territories
and mutual inspection in
these territories — Israel
would be willing to with-
draw from the territories
occupied in the 1967 war
with mutually agreed
upon adjustments in the
final border lines."
He said that Israel should
"also clarify that it is not
opposed to the rights of the
Palestinians to self-deter-
mination in a state of their
own — to be established
alongside Israel in the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip"
and that the Palestinians
themselves would "de-
termine their relationship"
and federation with the east
bank of Jordan.
Eliav said that the "first
role" in the peacemaking
process is with the United
States, since it has diplo-
matic relations with "both
sides," but the Soviets "can
play a role."
He thought an Israeli
peace initiative might be a
catalyst for Soviet diplo-
macy, too. He said "I
would not go out of my
way now for recognition of
Israel by the Soviets. The

Some U.S. Charter
Trips to Israel Set

JERUSALEM — Low-
cost charter flights to Israel
from the west coast of the
U.S. and from West Ger-
many, excluding Frankfurt,
will soon be available.
The Israeli government,
which approved the flights,
will also allow U.S. and
Canadian soldiers and their
families in Europe to fly
into the main Ben-Gurion
Airport on organized
charter flights anywhere in
Europe and Turkey.
Charter flights landing in
either Jerusalem or the
southern resort town of Ei-
lat will be permitted from
any spot in Europe.
The low-cost flights are
still not permitted from ei-
ther Britain or Canada. El
Al, the national airline, has
opposed plans to broaden
the charter flights because
it fears loss of tourist
traffic.

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speak."
Asked what would hap-
pen if the Arabs rejected the
Israeli initiative he has out-
lined, Eliav replied: "If the
Arabs say 'we don't retreat'
then we do not give one
square inch." He said his
outline would be the begin-
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