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March 25, 1977 - Image 22

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THE DETROIT JEW1i11 NEW S

22 Friday, March 25, 1977

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U.S. Leaders Deny Issuing View on Israel Borders

WASHINGTON (JTA) --
The White House Emphat-
ically denied Wednesday
widely circulated reports
that President Carter and
his National Security Advi-
sor, Zbigniew Brzezinski,
had privately expressed the
view that Israel's final bor-
ders should include parts of
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sula.
"The story is inaccurate.
There has been an official
denial. We have taken no
position on any of those
matters," Presidential
press secretary Jody Pow-
ell said. The denial followed
reports of unknown origin
that President Carter had
told foreign diplomats in pri-
vate conversations that he
believes Israel's 1967 bor-
ders are indefensible and
that adjustments of up to 32
miles in Israel's favor may
be required in any formal
settlertrent of the Arab-Is-
raeli conflict.
The President was also re-
ported to have expressed
•the view .that the Jordan
River is a natural defense
line for Israel in the east,
implying that in the U.S.
view Israel could maintain
patrols along the river after
a final settlement
In addition, Carter was re-

ported to have said that his
recent assertion that the Pa-
lestinjan refugees should
have a homeland meant a
homeland within Jordan's
orbit, not an independent
state but one linked to Jor-
dan in a definite way.
Another report said that
Brzezinski had conveyed to
the Israeli embassy here as-
surances that Israel would
not have to return to its
1967 borders in a final
peace settlement and that
President Carter believes
that total withdrawal to the
1967 lines is a dead issue.
A White House source
said that Brzezinski has' de-
nied that he made any such
remarks and called the ac-
count a complete fiction."
According to the sources,
Brzezinski made no state-
ments outlining any specific
bordets.
Meanwhile, Israelis were
upset anew by President
Carter's remark that a

homeland for the Palesti:
nian refugees was one of
the conditions for a lasting
peace in the Middle East.
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
said that the reference to a
Palestinian homeland dis-
turbed him. He observed,
however, that it could be in-
terpreted as a Palestinian-
Jordanian homeland east of
Israel to which Israel would
have no objections.
Israelis are already deep-
ly disturbed by the Carter
Administration's failure to
oppose an invitation UN Sec-
retary General Kurt Wal-
dheirn extended to the PLO
observer mission to attend
the speech and reception
for Carter at the UN. They

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The American and Soviet
delegations, which will
meet in Moscow next week
for overall discussions of
major global issues, will de-
vote particular attention to
possible means of curbing
the flow of arms to the
Middle East, the State De-
partment reported. The
American group, headed
by Secretary of State Cyrus,
Vance, leaves for Moscow
today.
State Department spokes-
man Frederick Z. Brown
said the agenda would con-
tain all of the items cov-
ered by Communist Party
Secretary General Leonid
Brezhnev in his speech Mon-
day to the Soviet Trade
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Brown noted that Brezhnev
gave "considerable promi-
nence" to the Middle East
and said "we look forward
to the elaboration of the So-
viet views, especially his
suggestions" regarding con-
trol of the flow of arms to
that region.
Brezhnev proposed in his
speech that the Soviet
Union, the U.S. and other
countries supplying arms to
the Middle East should
study ways to end the arms
race in that region.
The 14-member delega-
tion of specialists accom-
panying Vance to Moscow
includes Paul Warnke, the
U.S. arms control director,
and Marshall Schulman,
Vance's consultant on So-
viet trade matters.
Meanwhile, Soviet Leader
Brezhnev's lengthy refer-
ence to the Mideast conflict
has occasioned some muted
satisfaction in Jerusalem --
if only because it triggered
such vocal dissatisfaction in
the Arab capitals.
Observers in Jerusalem
stress that there was al-
most nothing actually new
in the Soviet chief's for-
mula for a solution; Is-
rael's phased total with-
drawal, demilitarized zones
on both sides of the final
borders, UN forces in these
zones for a period of time,
free passage of ships "of all
countries" through the Suez
Canal and Tiran Straits. Al-
most all of these ideas had
been publicly advocated by
the Soviets back in 1969,
These observers noted, at
the time of the "four-power
talks - on the Midwest.
One point of Brezhnev's
statement that he did not
favor an imposed settle-
ment -- which is, of course,
Israel's own longstanding
bugbear.
Cairo's semi-official Al
Ahram and other leading
Arab world newspapers at-
tacked the Brezhnev state-
ment for failing to dwell on
Palestinian rights and in-
stead dwelling too much on
Israel's maritime rights.

were only partly reassured
by White House Press Secre-
tary Jody Powell's state-
ment last week that "no po-
litical significance" (s at-
tached to the PLO pres-
ence, an assertion
reiterated later by Secre-
tary of State Cyrus Vance
during a 40-minute meeting
with Israeli Ambassador
Simcha Dinitz.
The President made it
clear that U.S. policy h
not changed with respect
contacts with the PLO.
When he was asked, before
leaving New' York, whether
the fact that he shook
hands with PLO representa-
tive Hassan Abdul Rahman
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