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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, June 10, 1977

Jews Determined to Give Likud Opportunity
to Formulate a New Government, New Policies

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FOR RESERVATIONS,

WASHINGTON (JTA )-
Rabbi Alexander Schindler
expressed certainty
Tuesday that the American
Jewish community "will be
absolutely united and deter-
mined to give the new Is-
raeli government an op-
portunity to form itself, to
develop its policies, and to
present them to the Jewish
community, the United
States government and the
world at large."
Schindler spoke to report-
ers at the State Department
after he had met for an
hour with Under-Secretary
of State for Political Affairs
Philip Habib, and Assistant
Secretary for Middle East
Affairs Roy Atherton.
Schindler, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, was accom-
panied by the Conference's
executive secretary, Yeh-
uda Hellman.
The purpose of this meet-
ing, Schindler said, was to
inform the State Depart-
ment exactly what he had
learned in Israel where he
met during the past week
with Premier Yitzhak
Rabin and his prospective
successor Menahem Begin
and a number of other
Likud leaders.
Schindler also met at - the
White House with President
Carter's counsel, Robert
Lipshutz, and the head of
the President's Council on
Domestic Affairs, Stuart Ei-
zenstadt.
Schindler responded "ab-
solutely" when he was
asked in relation to this
meeting whether there is
"uneasiness" in the Jewish

community over recent
White House statements on
the Middle East. He
stressed that the commu-
nity would be united "to
see to it that in this period
of interregnum, there won't
be any erosion from Amer-
ica" towards Israel.
Speaking of the meeting
with Habib and Atherton,
Schindler pointed out that
Begin is capable of making
the transition.between "can-
didacy and incumbency and
between a leader of a party
to being leader of a na-
tion." In this context,
Schindler said that Begin is
"a man of strong con-
victions—a man who can
make decisions that are nec-
essary to make." He de-
scribed Begin as "not only
an idealogue but a pragmat-
ist."
In his several conversa-
tions with Begin, Schindler
said, he found he reacted
"very warmly towards him
as a human being even
though we are not of the
same political orientation."
Pointing to his "marks of
a statesman," Schindler
noted that on his visits to
the United States, Begin
never attacked the govern-
ment in power in Israel but
defended Israel as a nation.
He reported Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin as saying that
when no solution was evi-
dent for the seizure of hos-
tages by Arab terrorists in
the Entebbbe incident,
Begin wanted to negotiate
with the terrorists. Rabin
himself, Schindler said,
spoke of Begin "in the high-
est terms" as a statesman
and leader.
Schindler said he did not

bring any message to the
U.S. government from
Begin, because "he does
not need me for that" and
Begin has his own channels.
Speaking as an individual
rather than as the Confer-
ence chairman in response
to questions on the feeling
within the American Jewish
community, Schindler said,
"There is a great deal of ap-
prehension" over the "crys-
talization" of U.S. poliCies
towards the Middle East.
Earlier, Schindler said it
was his view that the pre-
sent period—between the
formal resignation of the
Rabin government and the
formation of a new govern-
ment by Begin—was "a
time when it was particu-
larly important to make
clear to American friends
of Israel in the Adminis-
tration, in Congress, in the
labor movement, among
black and Christian leaders,

academicians and other
groups—the enduring policy
of all Israeli governments:
a policy that seeks peace
with justice for all the peo-
ples of the Middle East."

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Kahane Plans to Start Nablus
Settlement Despite Army Rule

NEW YORK (JTA)—De-
spite the fact that the Is-
raeli army ordered Rabbi
Meir Kahane and his follow-
ers to turn back in two pre-
vious efforts to settle in the
West Bank last month, Ka-
hane said that he plans to
start a settlement in
Nablus, the largest city in
the West Bank, where Jews
are currently not allowed
and where 80,000 Arabs now
live.
Kahane, head of the Jew-
ish Defense League, said in
a press conference in New
York that he will not begin
this effort until Menahem
Begin, who is expected to
become Israel's next pre-
mier, returns from Washing-
ton, D.C. after meeting
with President Carter.
Although Kahane refused
to say precisely how
Begin's representatives re-
acted to his plan, he did
say their response was "pos-
itive." Kahane, who failed
to win a Knesset seat in Is-
rael's recent elections, did
not directly consult Begin,
but said he "cannot con-
ceive of Begin stopping"
him.
In this country to recruit
40 to 50 "young people" to
settle with him and his fam-
ily in Nablus, Kahane said

that 20 Israeli families and
10 to 15 Israeli singles had
already agreed to help him
carry out his plan. If the Is-
raeli army opts once again
to thwart his efforts, Ka-
hane said there would be no
"physical confrontation"
but passive resistance. Ka-
hane said he knew of 15,000
Jews who were prepared to
block the Israeli army.
Kahane said he hoped to
have a textile factory in
Nablus in about six months,
that the products from this
factory would be exported
not only to the United
States, and that he hoped
people would buy the prod-
ucts for "nationalist" rea-
sons. Because of the
amount of money involved,
IL2.5 million, Kahane re-
fused to disclose the name
of the individual investing
in the textile factory. He
said he plans to set up sim-
ilar settlements with light
industry in several other
"liberated" areas.

New Settlement

JERUSALEM (JTA )-
The Jewish National Fund
is completing land reclama-
tion works for the new set-
tlement of Talmei Yosef in
the Rafah salient.

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