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January 14, 1977 - Image 8

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dered at the 1972 Munich
Olympics in a demonstra-
tion outside the French
Embassy in Tel Aviv on
Wednesday to protest
France's release of Abu
Daoud.
Earlier in the day,
French Ambassador Jean
Herly visited the foreign
ministry in Jerusalem
where he was given a stiff
verbal and written pro-
test by the Israeli gov-
ernment to transmit to
Paris.
The demonstrators in
Tel Aviv, carrying signs
condemning France for
"giving shelter to mur-
derers", tried to break
into the embassy grounds
at one point but were pre-
vented by cordons of
police who set up barriers
around the building.
Mrs. liana Romano,
widow of weight-lifter
Moshe Romano who was
one of the 11 Munich vic-
tims, demanded that the
French ambassador go
home. "His coat, his chair
are stained with blood,"
she told reporters.
Herly got a cold recep-
tion at the foreign minis-
try. He had been sum-
moned by Foreign Minis-
ter Yigal Allon but was
received by the ministry's
deputy director general,
Ephraim Evron. The fact
that Allon did not meet
with the envoy was seen
as a further sign of Is-
rael's anger and the seri-
ous strain in Franco-
Israeli relations.
In Washington State
Department spokesman
Robert Funseth said
Wednesday that France's
release of Palestinian
terrorist Abu Daoud
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sent proposals to urge
compliance in dealing
firmly and sternly with
terrorists." He also dis-
closed that the U.S. had
conveyed an official
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Asked if there was any
U.S. reaction to the fact
that Daoud was not ar-
rested when he arrived in
Algeria, Funseth said,
"Our position that all gov-
ernments should take
stern action against ter-
rorists remains". He also
said, in reply to a question,
that the Daoud episode has
not changed the U.S. posi-
tion on the Palestinians.
"We believe the legitmate
interests of the Palesti-
nians must be taken into
account in any settle-
ment," Funseth said.
However, he said, "We
will not recognize or have
any formal contacts with
the PLO as long as they
do not accept the right of
Israel to exist and do not
accept UN Resolutions
242 and 338." He observed
that Palestinian "in-
terests must be part of
the negotiations" be-
tween the parties.
He added, "Our position
on that has been that we
are saying we recognize
certain legitimate Pales-
tinian interests and these
must be met and dealt
with in some way in the
negotiations. We have not
pre-judged what will be
done as long as that solu-
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all existing states in the
area to live in peace and
security."

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