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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Lipshutz: Carter-Jewish Meeting
to Explain Position, Not Allay Fears

WASHINGTON (JTA )-

White House Counsel Rob-
ert Lipshutz said last week
that President Carter's

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meeting July 6 with more
than 40 American Jewish
leaders "was not a question
of allaying anxieties" in the
American Jewish commu-
nity.
"It was a question of mak-
ing certain that everybody
who was there fully under-
stood what the policy of the
Administration is, what the
hopes of the Administration
are and on the other hand,
what are the concerns and
interests of the American
Jewish community," Lip-
shutz said at the Overseas
Writers Club in response to
questions.
Lipshutz would not com-
ment when he was asked if
he felt the Administration
had indulged in too much
discussion of details of a
possible Middle East settle-
ment and thereby prompted
Israeli concern over the pos-
sibility of an imposed settle-
ment. He said, howeVer,
"We think what is being
done is going to be, for the
benefit of all parties con-
cerned."
Lipshutz said he was "not
aware" of any Presidential
action on human rights in
the Arab world and said
there was "no direct con-
nection as such" between

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WASHINGTON—There is
evidence that Panamanian
leader Omar Torrijos has
struck a secret deal with Li-
byan head Muammar Qad-
dafi to give the Arab ex-
tremist a foothold in the
western hemisphere and to
co-operate with the Arab
boycott against the Jews,
according to columnist
Jack Anderson.
Two months ago Qaddafi
invited Torrijos to Tripoli,
where the two pledged polit-
ical allegiance to each
other, arranged to ex-
change military delegations
and agreed upon economic
co-operation.
Anderson asserts the two
leaders have come to a se-
cret understanding with
some "ominous overtones"
exemplified by a secret Pan-
amanian document which
certifies that a contractor,
who is building a hydro-,
electric project in Panama,
"has never, has any ties of
any kind with Jewish or Zi-
onist firms nor persons."
The document is dated
April 28, 1977, 11 days after
Torrijos returned from
Libya.
Anderson also cites a sud-
den flurry of anti-Semitism
in Panama, with anti-Jew-
ish handbills being circu-
lated, the granting of Libya
one hectare of land in Pan-
ama, and the arrangement
to establish a $100 million
Arab bank of Libya in Pan-
ama as examples of the in-
roads Qaddafi has made in
the Central American state.
Torrijos in the past has
been a mild Israeli suppor-
ter, but it is feared Panama
is „in such desperate firian-
cial straits that he might be
willing to change his atti-
tude in return for Arab
money. -

the Administration's human
rights policy and the Presi-
dent's recent statements on
a Palestinian homeland.
Asked about - the Adminis-
tration's position on the
Jackson-Vanik Amendment,
Lipshutz said he did not
know of any recent state-
ments on the matter but
that "obviously it will be en-
forced because it is on the
books."
The 40 representatives of
national Jewish organiza-
tions who met with Presi-
dent Carter at the White
House on July 6 included
three from the Detroit
area: Mrs. Joseph Maltzer,
Martin Citrin and Max M.
Fisher.

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