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December 10, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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14 Friday, December 10, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabin Urges No Pre-Judgment on Cyrus Vance

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
urged Israeli per-
sonalities and news
media Tuesday to with-

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hold any pre-judgment of
U.S. Secretary of State-
designate Cyrus Vance
with respect to his possi-
ble position on the Middle
East.
"I would advise every-
body to be careful not to
judge a person by things
which we are not even
sure he said," Rabin told
a meeting of the Labor
Party's Jerusalem dis-
trict council.
He referred specifically
to a report in the Israeli

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claiming that Vance has
stated that the U.S.
would have to exert
"heavy pressure" on Is-
rael to obtain concessions
for a peace settlement.
"I know Cyrus Vance
and I wouldn't like the im-
pression to be gained that
Israel or its communica-
tions media has already
passed judgment on him,"
Rabin said. He added that
when Vance takes office
"we will meet him and hear
his points of view."
Meanwhile from
Washington, it was re-
ported that Secretary-
design'ate Vance will not
be the front line
negotiator in the Arab-
Israeli conflict or other
international situations
in the style of Henry A.
Kissinger.
"When necessary,"
Vance has emphasized,
he will be a "personal
negotiator" but his
method when he takes
charge at the State De-
partment after inaugura-
tion day on Jan. 20 will be
to "delegate" negotia-
tions to "competent
negotiators" before "I get
involved."
"He will not be Mr.
Foreign Policy" and "not
a super Secretary of
State," observers said.
"Any change in policy will
take time," a State De-
partment specialist said.
"In his thoughtful, non-
dramatic way, he will ap-
pear colorless," because
"he is the very opposite of
Kissinger in style, al-
though their foreign pol-
icy ideas may be similar."
A veteran Congres-
sional source said that
Vance's methods indicate
that the Congresg will
have a stronger role than
in the past in the formula-
tion of foreign policy.
While his association
with problems of the

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Arab-Israeli conflict is
limited, and those inter-
viewed about him confes-
sed they had little know-
ledge of that aspect of his
thinking, Vance has had
contact with the situa-
tion. He was Undersec-
retary of Defense at the
time of the Six-Day War
and he has met with Is-
raeli Premier Yitzhak
Rabin.
In Los Angeles, Rabbi
Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Con-
gregations, lauded the
appointment of Cyrus
Vance.
Schindler, who is also
chairman of the Confer-
ence of Presidents of
Major American Jewish.
Organizations, issued a
statement saying:
"We are very much
pleased by this appoint-
ment. Mr.- Vance has a
most honorable record of
governmental service.
"On those issues of
more particular concern
to American Jews, he has
always expressed most
forcefully his conviction
that the United States
must assure the security
and the survival of Israel.
This reassures us."
Meanwhile in London,
on the eve of his depar-
ture for the United
States, Israeli Defense
Minister Shimon Peres
said last week he was con-
fident that the new
American Administra-
tion would be a strong
supporter of Israel and
would firmly resist Arab
pressures and the threats
of a new oil boycott.
But since Israel did not
want to be a burden to the
United States it did not
support Egypt's sugges-
tion that only the U.S..

New Entebbe Book
Reveals New Facts

NEW YORK — Three
Israeli military corre-
spondents have com-
pleted the first officially
sanctioned version of Is-
rael's raid on Uganda's
Entebbe Airport, with a
foreword by Prime Minis-
ter Yitzhak Rabin.
According to News-
week magazine, the book
says Uganda President
Idi Amin allowed the
chief Arab hijacker to use
his personal jet — an Is-
raeli Westwind; Russia
increased its surveillance
of Israel as soon as the
hijacking was known; and
only the U. S. CIA knew in
advance of the Israeli
rescue effort.

together with the Soviet
Union, should have to
guarantee a Middle East
settlement, Peres said.
"We don't want the Un-
ited States to be like a
nurse trying to control two
quarreling children. We
hope to live with the Arabs
peacefully, with direct and
immediate relations," he
stated.
Peres, who was addres-
sing Britain's Joint Israel
Appeal at the Savoy
Hotel, said that Israel
sought real peace "not
just a public relations
game or a competition in
catching the headlines."
Also last week,
President-elect Jimmy
Carter, in his first post-
election commitment on
Middle East policy, told
the American Jewish
Committee that "the
issue of the very security
and survival of the State
of Israel" will not be con-
sidered "negotiable" by
his Administration.
In a letter to Elmer L.
Winter, president of the
AJCommittee, released in
Dallas at the opening of
the annual meeting of its
top policy-making Na-
tional Executive Council,
Carter said:
"I can assure you that
genuine peace and recon-
ciliation in the Middle East
will be among the very
highest and earliest
priorities of my Administ-
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that the issue of the very
security and survival of
the State of Israel is not
negotiable.

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better this is understood,
the sooner progress can
be made toward a lastir--
and genuine peace."

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