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July 02, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S. Vetoes Another UN Security Council
Resolution Favoring Palestinian Interests

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UNITED
NATIONS
(JTA) — The United States
vetoed Tuesday night a Se-
curity Council resolution
calling on the Council "to af-
firm the inalienable rights
of the Palestinian people to
self determination, includ-
ing the right of return and
the right to national inde-
40, ence and sovereignty in
tine, in accordance
1
th the charter of the
United Nations."
The American veto ended
the debate on the report of
the 20-member Committee
glithe Exercise of the Ina-
Wble Rights of the Pales-
tinian People which started
June 9. Israel boycotted the
debate on the grounds that
the committee's recommen-
dations were in fact adop-
tion of the PLO plan for the
destruction of Israel "In
stages."
The U.S. cast the only
negative vote. Britain,
France, Italy and Sweden
abstained. In favor were
Benin (formerly Dahomey),
China, Japan, Libya, Paki-
stan, Panama, Romania,
Guyana, the Soviet Union
and Tanzania.

The veto of the resolu-
tion, which called for Is-
raeli withdrawal from all
Arab territories by June 1,
1977 was the 16th cast by
the United States in the
30-year history of the UN
and the fourth so far this
year. Three of the four
American voters since
January were against Mi-
deast resolutions backed
by the PLO and its sup-
porters.

fellow Arabs in Lebanon."
Charging that the com-
mittee's proposals are de-
signed to bring about the
"dismantlement" of Is-
rael.• Herzog stressed that
Israel is still committed to
Security Council Resolu-
tions 242 and 338 as the ba-
sis for a solution in the Mi-
deast in the forum of the
Geneva Peace conference.
"Israel is also committed

to a solution which takes
into account the question of
Palestinian identity," the
Israeli envoy said.
In explaining their stand
the representatives of
France, Britain, Italy and
Sweden said that the resolu-
tion was unbalanced by
stressing the interests of
one party to the conflict, the
Palestinians, and ignoring
the rights of all states in-

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2

';ael's Ambassador to
ti. _ .;Thited Nations, Chaim
Herzog, in a statement is-
s1t--1 after the vote, said that
t rebate on the Palestine
conimittee report was an-
other example "of the mis-
erable behavior of the
United Nations under Arab
instigation engaging in its
paranoiac obsession with
Israel while ignoring the hu-
man tragedy of Lebanon for
the 15 month running. This
was a PLO-sponsored and
instigated report and dis-
cussion in which members
of the Security Council par-
ticipated while the PLO was
engaged in its traditional hi-
jacking of innocent passen-
gers and civilian planes,
while also bringing death,
slaughter and destruction to

Announcing

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eluding Israel — to live
within secure and recog-
nized boundries.
The American veto was
seen by diplomats and ob-
servers as another "di-
plomatic defeat" for the
Arab anti-Israeli • offenSive
at the UN. The Arabs are
expected, however, to con-
tinue their offensive at the
up-coming General Assem-
bly meeting in September.

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Security Council before the
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balance, stressing the rights
and interest of one party to
the Middle East dispute and
ignoring the rights and in-
terests of other parties."

He also said that in the
view of the U.S. govern-
ment, "The political interest
of the Palestinians and their
role in a final Mideast set-
tlement constitute a matter
that must be negotiated be-
tween the parties before it
un be defined in resolutions
( is council."

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