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October 14, 1977 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-14

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8 Friday, October 14, 1977


Lubavitcher Rebbe Schneerson
Suffers Apparent Heart Attack

head of the Lubavitcher
Movement. suffered an
apparent heart attack 10
days ago. The Lubavitcher
Rebbe. age 75. is resting
comfortably at his home.
attended by two physicians.
The Rebbe insisted on
recuperating at his home
and his room was turned
into an intensive care unit
at the physicians' orders.
The Rebbe's doctors
allowed him to address his
followers for Simhat Torah
over a radio network. They
asked him to limit his
address to 10 minutes, but
he spoke for 20.

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Dayan said that for 10
years. between 1967-77. "the
government of Israel was
committed to territorial
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genuine peace and this
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lishment of Jewish settle-
ments on the West Bank as
"legal." He cited the unifi-
cation of Jerusalem as the
"model" for the future for
those territories. He reite-
rated Israel's absolute
rejection of a Palestinian
state on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip which he called
"a futile exercise in wishful
thinking totally unaccep-
table to Israel -
Dayan said that devel-
opments in recent days and
the possibility of reconven-
ing the Geneva conference
are a source for "guarded
optimism" for the future in
the Middle East. He empha-
sized repeatedly Israel's
rejection of PLO participa-
tion at Geneva and its firm
position that Security Coun-
cil Resolution 242 is the only
basis for negotiations.
Dayan said that "Israel is
ready to resume negotia-t
tions at Geneva for the
achievement of true. con-
tractual and effective peace
treaties including the estab-
lishment of diplomatic rela-
tions between Israel and the
Arab states.
sharply rejected criticism
of Israel for establishing
settlements on the. West
Bank. He said that no Pales-
tinian Arabs' have been dis-
placed by the settlements
and declared: "It is unac-
ceptable to us that Jews
should be prohibited from
living in any part of their
ancestral land." • -
Dayan said, however. that
Jewish settlements will not
decide the final borders
between Israel and its
neighbors which will be
decided in negotiations.
Referring to Egyptian
Foreign Minister Ismail
Fahmi's recent address to
the General Assembly in
_whichhe warned of the pos-
sibility of a new war in the
Middle East, Dayan said he
wanted to remind the Egyp-
tian minister that every war
launched by Egypt ended to
its considerable dis-
advantage. With respect to
Fahmi's demand that Israel
halt immigration, Dayan
said. "Isr4el will never
limit immigration. Zionism
is the lifeblood of Israel."
Earlier, a statement
embodying four principles
for peace between -Israel
and the Arab states was
read to reporters at the
opening of a press confer-
ence called by Dayan.
The principles on which
Israel said a peace must be
based are: "Israel's secu-
rity must be insured: there
shall be freedom of naviga-
tion in all international
waterways in the area; the
main water sources of
Israel such as the Jordan
River sources in the north
should be secured; equal
rights and full co-existence
between Israel and the
Palestinian Arabs in the --
Gaza Strip and Judea and.
Samaria should be
The statement said that

negotiations without any
pre-conditions and that it
considers all issues as being
subject to negotiations. The
statement said the prin-
ciples for peace contained
therein were provided to
U.S Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance in the draft
text for a full peace treaty
proposed by Israel.
Meanwhile, on separate
interviews on the "Issues
and Answers" program Sun-
day, insisted upon by
Fahmi, Dayan said that his
nation would walk out of
any Middle East peace con-
ference where the creation
of a Palestinian homeland
was suggested by Arab
Dayan said Israel would
participate in the confer-
ence only on the basis of
United Nations Resolution -
242, which acknowledges
Israel's right to exist but
does not touch on the Pales-
tinian homeland issue.
Asked if Israel would walk
out of the conference if a
Palestinian homeland was
proposed, he said:
"Exactly, because we are
going to Geneva on the
basis of the 242 resolution,
and there is nothing what-
soever there about that."
Fahmi said Israel should
accept a Palestinian state

as part of a peace agree-
ment with its Arab neigh-
bors. Fahmi also urged the
participation-of the PLO at
the Geneva conference.

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