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October 21, 1977 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-21

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14 Friday, October 21, 1977


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for a "Palestinian home-
land." He quoted Syrian
President Hafez Assad as
saying that such a step was
a milestone toward the
destruction of Israel.
Dayan said Israel wanted
to go to the Geneva confer-
ence but was not sure it
would take place. "Neither
the Arabs nor the Soviet
Union have replied whether
they accept the (U.S.-
Israel) working paper and I
can say that Israel will not
agree to any changes" in it,
he said.
In Moscow, the official
news agency, Tass, said it
was clear that the working
paper's main point was "to
split Arab ranks" and
exclude the PLO from
peacemaking efforts. The
working paper, Tass added,
"Keeps silent on the crucial
question of participation" of
the PLO in the Geneva
talks, "which, according to
decisions by Arab summit
meetings, is the sole legiti-
mate representative of the
Arab people of Palestine."
Dayan repeated that he
- was "shocked" when Car-
ter, according to his
account, accused Israel of
doing less for peace than
the Arabs."
In Washington, the State
Department disclosed that
the U.S. and Israel have
agreed on a written addition
to the six-point working
paper on the Geneva Con-
ference procedures drafted
by Vance and Dayan.
Department spokesman
Hodding Carter would not
divulge its contents except
to say that it dealt with
parts of the conversations
held in New York Oct. 4
between Vance, Dayan and
President Carter.
There was speculation
that it spells out the fact
that the U.S. and Israel do
not agree on the make-up of
the Geneva Conferencp with
reference to participation
by the PLO but the U.S. rec-
ognition that Israel has veto
power over the participants
remains in effect.
However, Hodding Carter
replied "no" when asked if
the U.S. agrees in effect
with Dayan's implications
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excludes PLO representa-
tion at Geneva. "Our posi-
tion remains that the ques-
tion of Palestinian
representation remains to
be worked out," Carter
The State Department
spokesman said the addition
was worked out in the last
few days between Washing-
ton and Tel Aviv.
In Israel there were con-
flicting reports and specula-
tion over whether the U.S.
and Israel had a secret
agreement banning the PLO
from the Geneva
Meanwhile, in London, the
authoritative magazine,
"Arabia and the Gulf,"
reported that the substance

between Israel and the Arab
The magazine quoted a
"very senior American offi-
cial source" to the effect
that no provisions were
made for a Palestinian
entity. It said Washington's
greatest fear is that the Syr-
ians- will refuse to go to
Geneva under the conditions
now evolving and could tor-
pedo the whole conference.
reported that Egypt's pro-
cedural formula for recon-
vening the Gevena confer-
ence envisaged an invitation
addressed to the Arab
League of which the PLO is
a member and a low-level
Palestinian presence at the
talks as part of the Egyp-
tian delegation.

of a possible Mideast peace
settlement was discussed by
Dayan at his meetings with
American leaders in
According to the report, it
was conducted at those
meetings that Israel would
return the greater part of
the Gaza Strip to Egypt and
the bulk of the Golan
Heights to Syria; Dayan's
"co-existence" formula for
the West Bank would be
adopted involving joint
Israeli-Jordanian adminis-
tration of that region;
Jerusalem would remain
entirely under Israeli rule;
demilitarized zones would
be set up with Egypt and
Syria and diplomatic' rela-
tions would be established

* *

U.S.-Israel Working Paper
on Geneva Peace Conference

Following is the official text
of the "working paper" as
read in the Knesset by For-
eign Minister Moshe
"Working paper on sug-
gestions for the resumption
of the Geneva peace
1. The Arab parties will
be represented by a unified
Arab delegation which will
include Palestinian Arabs.
After the opening session
the conference will split into
working groups.
2. The working groups for
the negotiation and con-
clusion of peace treaties
will be formed as follows:
A-Egypt-Israel; B-Jordan-
Israel; C-Syria-Israel; D-
3. The West Bank and
Gaza issues will be dis-

cussed in a working group
to consist of Israel, Jordan,
Egypt, and the Palestinian
4. The solution of the
problem of the Arab refu-
gees and of the Jewish refu-
gees will be discussed in
accordance with terms to be
agreed upon.
5. The agreed basis for
the negotiations at the Gen-
eva peace conference on the
Middle East are UN Secu-
rity Council Resolutions 242
and 338.

6. All the intital terms of
reference of the Geneva
peace conference remain in
force, except as may be
agreed by the parties."

(*) "All the parties agree
that Lebanon may join the
conference when it so

Carter Aide Says M.E. Peace
Hangs on Palestinian Solution

Robert Lipschutz, counsel to
President Carter, said in
addresses to Jewish
audiences -in Baltimore and
Westfield, N.J., over the
weekend that Israel's via-
bility rests on a solution of
the Palestinian problem.
"True peace can come to
Israel only when every one
— Jews and Arabs alike —
recognize the Palestinian
Arabs are persons with the
same human needs for dig-
nity and stability as all
other human beings, instead
of just a political football to
be kicked about," he said.

"HoW this is to be accom-
plished," he continued,
"must be decided by the
West Bank and Gaza Arabs,
the Israelis, and other who
have Palestinian Arabs in
their midst. But this action
must be taken if true peace
and true stability are to be
secured for Israel and its
Lipschutz addressed the
Temple Emanu-El congre-
gation in Westfield Friday
night and the Associated
Jewish Charities at the Bal-
timore Hebrew Congrega-

tion on Saturday night.
- "American Jews," are
firmly committed to a
strong secure and viable
independent state of
Israel," he said. "I can
assure you that this Ameri-
can government, led by
President Jimmy Carter,
also is committed to a
strong, secure and viable
independent state of Israel.
This President's corn-
mittment to the state of
Israel and to the Jewish
people is not only a com-
mitment of the mind, it is a
commitment of his heart
and his soul, which goes
back to the earliest years of
his life."
The President and his
Administration, Lipschutz
said, have recognized the
imperative of solving the
Palestinian question "not
only because it is right but
because it is essential" if
"we are going to be able to
fulfill" the commitment.
Lipschutz -said he "person-
ally" has great faith in the
people of Israel because he
is confident they too
"strongly believe" in Rabbi
Hillel's words "If I am only
for myself, what am I?"


Poles to Redesign
Auschwitz Exhibit

leader of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising, Stefan
Grayek, who is chairman of
the World Organization of
Jewish Partisans, Fighters
and Former Concentration
Camp Inmates, returned
Tuesday night from an offi-
cial visit to Poland, where
he attended the deliber-
ations of the International
Committee on Auschwitz.
Grayek said upon return
that he was given a man-
date from the Polish author-
ities to invite representa-
tives of Israeli organizations
to take part in the planning
of a new section in the
Auschwitz Holocaust
Museum, which will replace
the old one which was criti-
cized for not being impres-
sive enough.
It seems that the Yad
Vashem Authority and the
Ghetto Fighters Museum at
Kibutz Lohamei Hagetaot
(Ghetto Fighers Kibutz)
will send their representa-
tives to join the first work-
ing session on- the Jewish
pavillion which is scheduled
for December in Warsaw
and in Auschwitz.
The existing pavillion in
Block 26 was closed due to
objections from Jewish
organizations that it was not
expressing the magnitude of
the Jewish sufferings and
fightings. The new pavillion,
which will open next year,
will contain a large display
on Jewish victims of the
Holocaust in Europe, on
fighting inside the ghettos
and on the role of Palesti-
nian Jews in fighting th(

Czech s Hit Jews

national Council of Jews
from Czechoslovakia
reports that "Tribuna", the
journal of the Czech Com-
munist Party, has resumed
attacks against Jews and
Israel in its recent issues.
One article praised an
anti-Jewish volume by Vlad-
imir Begun which appeared
in Moscow this year, citing
Begun's "expert knowl-
edge" on the "subversive
activities of Zionism."

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