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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

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Friday, July 1, 1977 13

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Javits' Speech Scores Administration Policy

(Continued from page 12)
Schindler said he was
ident Carter at the White "perturbed about the escala-.
House on Wednesday.
tion of rhetoric "in advance
Schindler and Yehuda Hel- of the Carter-Begin meet-
lman, the Presidents Confer- ings.
ence director who accom-
Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
panied him to the Vance president of the World Jew-
meeting, stressed that ish Congress, said. he was
Vance denied that the de- not surprised by the U.S.
partment statement repre- statement, saying it reflect-
sented a "dimution" of U.S. ed the American position he
relations with Israel. "The ,heard a month ago during
statement has to be read in his visit to Washington.
its entirety," Schindler
Jacques Torczyner, chair-
said.
man of the national corn-

"Secretary Vance con-
vinced us by saying cate-
gorically that the State De-
partment statement abso-
lutely represents no retreat

of the Presidential , defini-
tion of , peace—none what-
soever."

rnittee of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, said
there is a war of nerves in
progress between the U.S.
and Israel.

The Republican National
Committee issued a stat..
ment in Washington scoring
President Carter for having
dictated the terms of a
Middle'East settlement and
undermining the negotiat-
ing position of Israel.

Former Sen. William
Brock of Tennessee, the
committee's chairman,
said, "The reversal of Presi-
dent Carter's strong sup-
port of the state of Israel as
he outlined it in the 1976
Presidential campaign is
the most serious promise
he has broken since his elec-
tion." •
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Clifford Case met with Car-
ter and Brzezinski, and Jav-
itz delivered a tough speech
in the Senate on Monday
critical of the Carter Admin-
istration moves in the
Middle East.

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SEN. JAVITS

Javits' speech to the Sen-,
ate was a warning to the
Administration that "the
Carter proposals will not
succeed in their objective
because they are unreal-
istic and fail to take ac-
count of certain key factors
in the situation." According
to Javit-S, "Chances for
Mideast peace may be less-
ened and the danger of war
enhanced by a breakdown
in the peace-seeking proc-
ess through over-reaching."
The President's "per-
sistent public advocacy" of
Israeli withdrawal to its
pre-1967 borders and the es-
tablishment of 'a Palesti-
nian "homeland or entity"
before the convening of the
Geneva conference, "before
there has been any meeting
without preconditions be=
tween Israeli and Arab ne
gotiators, even before Is-
rael's new government took
office — can only continue
to feed Arab illusions that
President Carter will deliv-
er to them what they have
been unable to deliver to
themselves by any other
means, including the recur-
rent recourse to war."

Javits' speech was espe-
cially hard on the Mondale
speech which summarized
the President's views and
was intended to allay fears
in "Israel. Javits said, "The
use of the term 'homeland'
establishes at once a paral-
lelism with the Jewish na-
tional home in Israel and
exactly contradicts an asso-
ciation with Jordan." In
Javits' view, such an associ-
ation "neither assures con-
trol of pOlicy nor even its
own _continuity. As a prece-
dent there is Syria's abrupt
denunciation of its union
with' Egypt in the United
Arab Republic."

Finally, Javits was criti-
cal of the President for r"
maining "silent on ()Lae.
crucial aspects" of the
Mideast, problem—Jerusa-
lem, Lebanon and the
Golan Heights. "Does the
return of Israel to 'approx-
imately' the 1967 borders
mean that Jerusalem is
again to be a divided city
— a Middle East Berlin
with Israeli access again as
difficult as in the years be-
fore 1967?"
Javits also asked whether
Lebanon is "to remain ter-
ritorially intact under Syr-
ian hegemony, and is the
PLO to continue to have the
right to exist as a 'state
within a state' there? These
questions are crucial in

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Heights issue and the 1967
borders issue."

Dayan Peace Plan
Reported in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan has drafted a plan
for a peace settlement with
the Arab states. He will pre-
sent it to the Cabinet for dis-
cussion and approval by
Premier Menachem Begin
before Begin leaves for
Washington to meet with
President Carter July 19-20,
the newspaper Yediot Ach-
ronot reported.
Dayan's plan is said to be
based on Israel's per-
manent retention of the
'West Bank and various ar-
rangements and agree-
ments in Sinai and on the
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A major feature of the
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tories. Dayan proposes that
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solved with the assistance
of international bodies.
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