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June 10, 1977 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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18 Friday, June 10, 1977

THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

War Anniversary Marked by Strikes

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
10th anniversary of the
start of the 1967 Six-Day
War was marked on the
West Bank Sunday, with
general strikes in Nablus

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and Ramallah and a partial
strike in Hebron.
In other West Bank vil-
lages a call for a strike was
not observed and most
West Bank workers went to
their jobs as usual.
Israeli troops and police
were heavily reinforced on
the West Bank. In Nablus
there were several in-
cidents with tires being set
on fire. Police detained sev-
eral persons.
In Yamit, the new Jewish
seaside city being built
near Gaza, a memorial
monument was unveiled in
honor of the soldiers of the
armored divisions who
were killed in the Six-Day
War.

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Begin's Middle East Proposals
to Be Revealed in Carter Talks .

PARIS
(JTA)—Dr.
Eliahu Ben-Elissar, a close
associate of Likud leader
Menahem Begin, said at a
press conference here
Tuesday night that Begin
will go to Washington in
July for talks with Presi-
dent Carter and will raise
new ideas for solving the
Middle East conflict.
"Up till now diplomatic in-
itiative generally stemmed
from Washington or Cairo.
From now on, Jerusalem
will launch new diplomatic
initiatives," Elissar said.
But he refused to say what
those initiatives might be.
He forecast that the Gen-
eva peace conference would
reconvene later this year,
probably in November or
December. He said that a
Palestinian delegation
would be barred from par-
ticipating in any, form what-
ever.
Elissar, who is regarded
as a Likud spokesman, is in
Paris on what he called
a semi-private visit. He said
Likud would try to explain
its positions to Jewish corn-
munities throughout the
world and planned to con-
vene a world conference of
Jewish communities shortly
for that purpose.
The Likud victory in Is-
rael's parlimintary elec-
tions has disturbed many
prominent members of the
French-Jewish community.
One of them, former Min-
ister Daniel Mayer, has re-
signed from the board of
the bi-weekly publication of
the French Zionist Feder-
ation, La Terre Retrouve
(The Re-Found Land) and
announced that he will dis-
continue the column he has
been writing for the last six
years.
Last week, in Washing-
ton, the personal representa-
tive of Begin outlined Is-
rael's future course for a
Middle East settlement that
appeared strikingly similar
to the positions taken by Je-
rusalem governments since
the Six-Day War.
Shmuel Katz, the likely
Minister of Information in
Israel's next government,
said that "any" government

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headed by Begin will ac-:
cept United Nations Secu-
rity Council Resolution 242
in all its parts and abide by
that resolution in the terms
of the intrepretation given
to it by successive Israeli
governments."
He stressed that "what
the government will not
agree to is to be pushed or
squeezed into inter-
pretations by the Arabs—or
the French or Soviets for
that matter. Begin is pre-
pared, as previous Israeli
leaders, to meet with lead-
ers of the Arab states at
any time, anywhere to con-
duct negotiations. What will
be done or not done will be
decided in negotiations,"
Katz said.
He said the "intransigent

Sen. Stone Brings
Letter from Begin
for Jimmy Carter

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A mes-
senger from Likud leader
Menachem Begin delivered
a manilla envelope to Sen.
Richard Stone (D-Fla.) just
before he boarded a U.S.
Air Force plane at Ben Gu-
rion Airport Sunday at the
end of his four-day visit to
Israel. The envelope is be-
lieved to have contained a
message from Begin to
President Carter.
Stone, on a Mideast fact-
finding mission, met twice
with Begin during his stay
in Israel. He was report-
edly given to understand
that there will be no signifi-
cant changes in Israel's ap-
proach to the Geneva con-
ference under a Likud-led
government. ,
Like the outgoing Labor
Alignment regime, a govern-
ment headed by Begin will
be ready to attend the Gen-
eva conference on the in-
vitation of the co-chairmen,
the U.S. and the USSR, on
the basis of Security Coun-
cil Resolutions 242 and 338
and without the participa-
tion of the PLO, Stone was
told.
He was also reportedly
told that while the new gov-
ernment would be ready to
negotiate territorial con-
cessions in Sinai and on the
Golan Heights, Begin made
it clear that there was no
readiness to withdraw from
the West Bank.
Nevertheless, there are in-
dications that the hard line
statements by Begin after
his May 17 election victory
may undergo considerable
modification even before he
takes office in order to per-
suade the Democratic Move-
ment for Change to join his
coalition. Begin's victory
statement at the illegal
Kadum settlement near
Nablus. on, the West Bank
was regarded by many as
ill-timed, unwarranted and
politically damaging for Is-
rael.
Stone will visit Syria and
Egypt before returning to
the U.S.

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refusal" of the Arabs to ac-
cept Israel's sovereignty
"is so deep it may take
some time" for adjustment.
"It may depend on the
skill of the intermediary,"
he observed. He com-
mended the American gov-
ernment's "skillful" role
and stressed that Israel
"would prefer We inter-
mediary task to be per-
formed by the U.S. govern-
ment."
Asked what would happen
if the U.S. insists on Israeli
withdrawals to its 1967 bor-
ders, Katz replied, "This
will pose a tremendous di-
lemma to Israel" because
that would be tantamount
to "induced suicide."
Katz made his points at a
news conference with a
large group of American
and foreign diplomatic cor-
respondents arranged by
Foreign Policy Magazine.
He came here as Begin's
"personal reppresentative
and not as a representative
of a government that does
not yet exist." In the next
two weeks he will meet
with members of Congress
and hopefully also with
Zbigniew Brzezinsky, chair-
man of the National Secu-
rity Council. But so far, he
said, he has not arranged
meetings with U.S. offi-
cials. He also will visit with
Jewish communal leaders
in New York and Washing-
ton.

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