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June 24, 1977 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dayan, Arab Debate West Bank

(Continued from Page ly
sponsored by the Hebrew
University's Truman Re-
search Institute on "Jerusa-
lem and thd administered
territories 1967-77"._
Before an overflow au-
- thence in the Van Leer
Foundation, the two states-/
men debated a number of
controversial subjects.
Dayan, named foreign
minister in the Likud gov-
ernment, said he sees no de-
e limp on the West
whiCh would be ac-
eptable ta both Israel and
the Arab countries. Declar-
ing that this was a reality
of the last 10 yeirs, Dayan
said that no agreement
could be reached as long as
the Arabs insisted on full Is-
raeli withdrawal from the
administered territories. In
the absence of an. agree-
ment, he added, we shauld
try to find a way of co-ex-
istence that is acceptable to
the Arabs, and within this
framework we should start
settling the Arab refugees.
Nusseiba, a resident of
East Jerusalem, stated that
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Nusseiba went on to say
that he believed a solution
to the Middle East conflict
lay in recognition and mu-
tual respect between Jews
and Arabs embodied in an
overall agreement demand-
ing compromises from both
sides.
Jewish Croations
Despite the sharp out-
standing issues, both speak- .
Form Committee
ers were restrained. Often
NEW YORK—A Jewish the
exchange was good-hu-
committee was formed to mored and at the end the
counter the charge that , two men smilingly ex-
there are links between changed a handshake.
today's Croatian Nation-
alists and World War II
Nazi collaborators or the
Fascist movement.
Dr. Mladen Schwartz, a
Croatian Jew living in exile
in West Germany, an-
nounced recently that with
the formation of this com-
mittee he is calling on all
Croatians of JewiSh descent
to unite in order to help dis=
pel once and for all the
anti-Croatian sentiments by
Jews and others against
today's Croatians.
Coming to the United
States to head the com-
mittee, Schwartz charged,
"The real danger 'and the
real enemy responsible for
all the false images which
still exist between Jews and
the Croats, is Tito and Ser-
bian imperialism. It is in
their interest to keep alive
all the old charges and hos-
tilities. by discrediting the
present day Croatian inde-
pendence movement and by
falsifying its connections
with the former and
defunct Ustashe Croatian
political party.
"In the formation of this
Jewish committee, we hope
in uniting with our Ameri-
can Jewish Croatian friends
to help foster a better un-
derstanding between the
Jewish and Croatian
people. I believe that there
is a direct community of in-
terest between the aspira-
tions of the Jewish commu-
nity and those of the Croa-
tian movement for independ-
ence. Jews and Croats must
see each other as natural
allies because they both
share the same point of
view with respect to the
crisis of the Middle East,"
Schwartz said.

years have been at best
gloomy, and that the pros-
pects for the future are not
much brighter. He said that
the Palestinian problem re-
mained the core of the
Arab-Israeli conflict.

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