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August 26, 1977 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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18 Friday, August 26, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Eban Finds Differences Between
U.S., Israel on M.E. Peace Issue

Na'amat Uead

NEW YORK—Nava Arad
has been el2cted Secretary-
general of Na'amat. sister
organization of Pioneer
Women in Israel.

By YITZHAK RABI

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)
NEW YORK—At the con-
clusion of a two-week offi-
cial visit to the United
States as a special emis-
sary of Premier Menahem
Begin, Labor MK Abba
Eban said that "it is quite
clear that there are very
sharp divergences" be-
tween Israel and the United
States on how to resolve the
Arab-Israeli dispute.
He characterized the pre-
sent American-Israeli rela-
tions as "delicate" and
warned that "If the Pales-
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tion gives America the im-
pression it is changing its
attitude (on UN Security
Council Resolution 242) the
present harmony between
America and Israel will no
longer prevail."
In a special interview
with the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, the former
foreign minister, who dur-
ing his visit met with ad-
ministration officials, mem-
bers of Congress and edi-
tors of major newspapers,
said that there is a "divi-
sion" between atmosphere
and substance as far as re-
lations between the U.S.
and Israel are concerned.
"The atmosphere of rela-
tions is warm and cordial,"
Eban observed. "There
seems to be a desire to
avoid any impression of a
rift with Israel. But when
we examine the positions of
Israel and the United States
on substance, it is quite
clear that there are very
sharp divergences. The
media seems to be more
aware, more sensitive to
these divergences than ad-
ministration officials."
Eban said that the Palesti-
nian issue and PLO repre-
sentation in peace talks are
the major points of division
between Israel and the
United States.
`Americans
say that
America has a tradition of
talking to its enemies...That
is the chief argument that
we (Israel) have not over-
come, that even if a govern-
ment or organization is vio-
lently hostile, Americans in
the past have been talking
to it. They (the U.S.) don't
always appreciate the dis-
tinction that the Americans
did not speak to an organi-
zation that calls for the liq-
uidation of the United
States..."
Eban added that he does

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not advocate a change of Is-
rael's position toward the
PLO, but he said the Israeli
position is not "well under-
stood" in America and sug-
gested increased Israeli ef-
forts to explain its positions
to the American public.
Asked if he envisioned a
rift between Israel and the
U.S. in the event the PLO
will accept Resolution 242,
Eban replied: "So long as
the PLO holds its present
position, there is harmony
between the United States
and Israel. The United
States will not ask Israel to
talk to the PLO unless
there is a change in the
PLO attitude. But if the
PLO does give America the
impression it is changing
its attitude, the present har-
mony between America and
Israel will no longer pre-
vail."
Eban said in that case
"The United States would
say that it is more impor-
tant to embark on a negotia-
tion than to make an issue
about representation and
participation (in peace
talks)...."
At this point he added
that in all his conversations
here in the last two weeks
he pointed out that "on the
question of refusing to nego-
tiate with the PLO, the pre-
sent Israeli government
and the Labor Alignment
are united."
Responding to a recent re-
port that the French govern-
ment is planning to in-
troduce a revised Resolu-
tion 242 to accommodate Pa-
lestinian demands, the
former UN Ambassador
said he does not believe
such a resolution could be
passed in the Security Coun-
cil. He also said he does not
think the U.S. will support
such a move.
As to the role of the So-
viet Union in the Mideast
and relations with Israel,
Eban said: "I don't believe
the Soviet Union has
changed its position since
(Foreign Minister Andrei)
Gromyko told me in 1973
that the resumption of rela-
tions (with Israel) depends
on important progress in
the Geneva conference. He
did not define what 'impor-
tant progress' meant, but it
was obvious that the dis-
engagement agreements so
far concluded were not suf-
ficient. At the moment the
negotiation is by general
consent focused on Washing-
ton. There is no substitute
for the United States in the
mediation role."

Touro Appoints _
College Dean

NEW YORK—Dr. Wil-
liam W. Brickman has been
appointed dean of Touro Col-
lege.
Dr. Brickman is _profes-
sor of educational history
and comparative education
at the graduate school of
education, University of
Pennsylvania, a position he
will retain while serving as
Touro's dean.

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