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March 18, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-18

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Eban Gives Israel Labor Party Election Outlook

BY MAURICE SAMUELSON

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

LONDON — The Israel
Labor Party could only
win the forthcoming gen-
eral election if the two
sides who recently con-
tested its leadership knit-
ted together, according to

ABBA EBAN

former Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban. The
two sides had to present a
united front and cam-
paign on the basis of the
platform adopted at the
party's convention in
February.
Eban, who backed De-
fense Minister Shimon
Peres in the Labor lead-
ership stakes, was 'ad-
dressing the 'Parliamen-
tary Labor"Friends of Is-
rael at the House of
Commons. He warned
that a stable Israeli coali-
tion would be established
only if Labor remained
the predominant political
force in the country.
Otherwise; Israel's
political life would be sub- •
jected to "atomization"
and would look more like
Italy and other countries
.where governments last
for six or seven months:A
stable coalition would
also be necessary for Is-
rael to present itself as a
viable partner for negoti-;
ations with the Arabs-.-
Because of the elections
May 17, the Israeli gov-
ernment could make no vi-
able commitment on peace
negotiations until June.
Nevertheless, the explora-
tions of peace prospects
initiated by U.S. Secretary
of State Cyrus Vance
should proceed, Eban said.

There were different
opinions about whether
to seek an overall settle-
ment' or to follow the
step-by-step approach.
Eban favored the former,
saying "We should not try
to avoid a major confron-
tation in which we put
against the Arab request
for withdrawal our own
vision for peace." But
even in a step-by-step ap-
proach, Israel should pre-
sent the general direction
in which it wants peace to
develop.
Assessing Arab at-
titudes, Eban said that
whereas the late Egyp-
tian President Gamal
Nasser stressed the
military option and
Soviet backing, President
Anwar Sadat preferred
economic development,
disengagement agree-
ments andcloser ties with
the United States. Syria,
too, was now more cal-
culating and pragmatic.
President Hafez Assad,
for example, had taken
account of Israeli suscep-
tibilities about southern
Lebanon.
Eban was not opposed
in principle to dealing
with the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization but if
it wanted to come to
Geneva it must pay the
price for admission. "It
must undergo a political
revolution, pick up the
phone and dial Israel
242-338. And I only hope it
won't be told that all lines
to Israel are engaged,"
Eban said.
The PLO, he noted, had
to realize that Arab recog-
nition of its status was no
substitute for Israeli and
American recognition
since all original parties tO
the Geneva conference
have a veto power over in-
vitations to new particip- .
ants.
Eban had

scathing
words for 'Farouk Kad-
doumi, the PLO's political
spokesman, who had said
the Palestine National
Council would not water
down its maximalist de-
mands. "Every time he
opens his mouth, Mr.
Kaddoumi subtracts from
the sum of human know-
ledge," Eban said.
While recognizing in-
/

Nuremberg Tourist Brochure
Tells of City's Role in Nazism

NUREMBERG, West here," said a spokesman
Germany — After three at the city news office.
decades of soft-pedaling
"`The brochure was, com-
Nuremberg's Nazi past, piled to counteract the
officials of the medieval birth of such legends. It is
city have issued.a tourist designed to put things in
guide for the buildings their right perspective."
and grounds of Hitler's

However, the brochure
'Wird Reich.
--has
omitted
reference
to
"BeCaUsewe faun–dila:a t
many- people came here :such- -facts: of history as
and kept asking us where the Nuremberg race laws,
the buildings of the Third drawn up in a 1935 Nazi
Reich are, we couldn't congress here, which de-
just tell them there aren't prived Jews of German
any or send them off citizenship, decreed "pro-,
without information," tection of the German-
blood" and served as
said the municipal
tural adviser, - Hermann legal basis for the mass'
extermination of Jews.
Glaser.
"There are many
- The city government'
foreigners and even Ger- said that the first 5,000
mans who ask us, German-language copies
`Where's the concentra- have been going quickly
tion camp?' although to local residents and
we've never had one schools.

ternational interest in a
Middle East settlement,
Eban questioned the
value of guarantees.
Lebanon, for example,
had not been saved from .
its fate by France which
claimed to have special
interests thei'e. "The
world is today not or-
ganized for interven-
tion," Eban said. Viet-
nam, too, had shown that
the outcome of a struggle
was decided not by
guarantees but by the ba-

lance o f forces on the
ground.
But Israel valued her
friends, said Eban. In its
dialogue with the Arabs,
the Western world should
not sacrifice its own in,
tei'est in a strong Israel
and the historic affinities
it had with her. Eban paid
tribute to the British
Labor Party for sending
two senior fraternal dele-
gates to the Israeli Labor
Party convention "to.sus-
tain us in time of stress."

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