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February 03, 1978 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, February 3, 1918

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Middle East Awaits Camp David Summit Progress

(Continued from Page 1)

Atherton's efforts in
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rently he succeeded in the
case of Israel.
Premier Menahem Begin
met Wednesday with U.S.
Ambassador Samuel Lewis,
to hear of Atherton's talks
with Egyptian Foreign
Minister Mohammad Ib-
rahim Kamel in Cairo.
The report was appa-
rently not as hopeful, since
Atherton himself said in
Cairo that there were still
differences between the
parties.
Israeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan described the
American mediation role as
"maintaining the negotia-
tions in artificial respira-
tion." Speaking before the
Knesset Finance Commit-
tee, Dayan said that at the
beginning it seemed that
Egypt accepted the Israeli
peace plan as a basis for
negotiations, but later it
turned out not to be the
case—"and negotiations
were not easy."
The Israeli delegation,
headed by Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman,
arrived in Cairo Tuesday
for resumption of the
joint Israeli-Egyptian
military committee talks.

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Dayan said at the time it
had been the previous gov-
ernment's policy and it will
continue to be the policy of
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ment is concluded.
_ vinced him that both al
Sol Chaikin, president of Egypt and Israel "want
the International Ladies peace, need peace and
Garment Workers Union, are determined to
who visited, Egypt last achieve peace despite the
week, said Egyptian labor psychological barriers d4
leaders and government of- that must be overcome."
ficials have "a deep and in- But, he said, his "cauti-
nate longing" to "end the ous optimism" was based
confrontation with Israel" on three factors:
but do not understand yet
"Both President Sadat
that the peacemaking pro- and Prime Minister Be in
cess will be long. and dif- have a powerful per
ficult and could succeed commitment to peace,"
only if "there is a degree of "has not been weakened de- ,
mutuality" over issues spite the difficulties that 04
"where both parties are have arisen; both the Egyp-
diametrically opposed to tian and Israeli people
each other."
yearn for peace with an in-
tensity that surprised even
Rabbi Alexander M. the leaders of the two noun- .411
Schindler, chairman of the tries"; and "the reasons that
Conference of Presidents of motivated President Sadat
Major American Jewish to take his initative and •
Organizations,. said that Prime Minister Begin to re-
there were "three main spond are still present"—
reasons" why he believed an Egypt's poverty and Israel's
Israeli-Egyptian peace' set- defense burden and "the
tlement is "inevitable" shared fear of both coun-
while acknowledging that tries that no peace could be
the search for peace will be achieved at a Geneva peace
"long and arduous."
conference attended by the
Schindler was received by spoilers and rejectionists
President Anwar Sadat of and with fictive Soviet par-
Egypt at Aswan earlier this ticipation."
month and has also confer-
red recently with Premier
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negotiating table—
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Gen. Taha Maghdoub, sec-
retary of the Egyptian De-
fense Council.
Speaking to reporters at
the airport, Weizman de-
clined to discuss the sub-
stance of the renewed
negotiations. He said sim-
ply, "We have come back to
continue what we have
started—to work for a peace
settlement."
Hg warned that the road
to peace will not be easy and
hoped both sides would
make efforts to reach their
mutual goal. Weizman, who
was accompanied by his
wife, Reuma, and his son,
Shaul, as guests of
Gamassy, said he felt he
was among friends
The talks concluded on
Wednesday with a terse an-
nouncement that this "sec-
ond phase" had ended.
Meanwhile, Israeli Fi-
nance Minister Simha
Ehrlich , told members of
the Israel Bonds Prime
Minister's Mission that a
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ing Ashdod to the- Egyp-
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told the Knesset, due to the
American sesnsitivity and
the ongoing, political
negotiations, it was decided
to keep all settlements
within a military
framework.
Three such settlements
have been established dur-
ing the past few ,days—all
three described as military
strongholds, despite the fact
that they will be manned by
civilians, some of them
Gush Emunim settlers. The
settlements are Hares in
western Samaria, Silat
A-Daher and Tapuah, near
the Arab- town of Nablus.
The government de-
cided on these settle-
ments several weeks ago.
The Democratic Move-
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pealed the decision be-
fore the Knesset Security
and Foreign Affairs
Committee—but the
committee approved the
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