20 Friday, February 11, 1977
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Dayan Predicts End of State
of War Between Arabs, Israel
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael has offered to open
its Mediterranean ports
under the United Nations of Haifa and Ashdod to
Charter war is illegal and traffic to and from Jor-
thatinstead of simply dan,' Transport Minister
predicting its recurrence, Gad Yaacobi revealed
Waldheim as "guardian last Friday. He said Jor-
of the UN," should con- - dan has not acted on the
demn those who maintain proposal.
the state of war against
Yaacobi, speaking on
In Tel Aviv, Foreign, Israel Radio, said that
Minister Yigal Allon the proposal was made to
served notice that Israel Jordan through Arab
will not accept the United personalities on the West
Nations as a mediator in Bank.
the Middle East conflict
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Former Israeli Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan
said here that he was op-
timistic that an agree-
Between the shepherd
ment would be reached in
and the wolf, the lamb was
1978 to "end the state of
torn to pie-ces.
war" between Israel and.
its Arab neighbors.
Dayan said he based his
optimism on changes in
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Meanwhile, Secretary of
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consider possible negoti-
ations with both Jordan
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ments willing to recog-
Kol, a leader of the In-
dependent Liberal Party,
said he made the proposal
in light of recent state-
ments by President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt'
and King Hussein of Jor-
dan favoring a Palesti-
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Israel has insisted up to
now that the Palestinians c.
could participate in
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nian delegation to the
In London, Kurt Wal-
dheim, the United Nations
Secietary General, was
strongly criticized for
predicting' that there
would be another war
within two years unless
the Middle East conflict is
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