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March 31, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-31

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6 Friday, March 31, 1918

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Begin's Policies Win Knesset's Confidence Vote

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between Israel and its
neighbors. They agreed that
there should not be a Pales-
tinian state on the West
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"We have suggested ad-
ministrative autonomy (for
the Palestinians) with free
choice of Israeli or Jorda-
nian citizenship with full
parliamentary rights,"
Begin said. He explained
that Palestinians opting for
Jordanian citizenship
would be able to vote in the
Jordanian parliament and
those choosing Israeli citi-
zenship could vote in Knes-
set elections.
However, he said, the
U.S. proposed that a plebis-
cite be held after five years
to determine the future of
the territories. "We wer ob-
liged to reject this plan be-
cause holding such a plebis-
cite would bring about what
the Americans themselves
agreed should not be extab-
lished — a Palestinian
state."
In Begin's view, "This is a
question of life or death" for
Israel "but for other coun-
tries, including the U.S., it
is policy." The Premier in-
sisted that Israel would
never return to its 1967
borders and never accept a
_Palestinian state. "The
question of the Palestinian
Arabs will find a just solu-
tion and the Palestinian
Arabs will have a right to
determine their future in
talks between Israel, Egypt
and Jordan and the true
representatives of the
Palestinian Arabs," he said.
Begin acknowledged
that another area of dis-
agreement with the U.S.
was over Israeli settle-
ments in the occupied
territories. "In our last
talks the Americans ex-
pressed the view that the
settlements violate inter-
national law and are an
obstruction to peace. Is-
rael's views differ," he
said.
In his response to Begin,
Peres said he believed
Begin wants peace but re-
gretted his ideological
stance which does not take
into account current de-
velopments, ties his hands
and prevents him from car-

rying out a proper, coherent
policy. He accused the gov-
ernment of making many
mistakes, of failing to
foresee events and acting in
ways that undermined Is-
rael's credibility.
Peres also attacked the
government's settlement
policies. "It is known to all
that in order to achieve
peace we shall have to re-
turn areas to Arab
sovereignty. We have to
think of peace as a national
interest. Without a declara-
tion of readiness to com-
promise on Judaea and
Samaria, there will be no
peace," Peres declared.
He said the argument
with the U.S. over the in-
terpretation of Resolution
242 was unnecessary and
blamed the Likud platform
for forcing the government
to pursue an unrealistic pol-
icy which leads to repeated
confrontations with the
U.S. Peres said, before the
vote, he was convinced that
there was a majority in the
Knesset that was ready to
accept territorial com-
promises on all fronts as
part of a general peace set-
tlement.
Following an exchange
of letters this week bet-
ween Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat and Begin,
and a change in Israel's
position on the "declara-
tion of principals" that
would lead to -a peace
conference, Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman
flew to Cairo yesterday to
reconvene the Israel-
Egypt military committee
talks.
Deputy Premier Yigael
Yadin disclosed the Israeli
draft for a declaration of
principles which was pre-
sented by Begin to Presi-
dent Carter, who rejected it.
The core of the draft is Is-
rael's willingness to
negotiate with all neighbor-
ing states on the basis of
Security Council Resolution
242.
- Yadin said the real issue
at stake between Israel and
Egypt was not 242 but the
question of holding a re-
ferendum among the Arabs
of the West Bank and the
Gaza Strip and the fate of
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party to negotiations and
that the Palestinians be
given a voice in determin-
ing their future, he said.

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stop a Nazi group from
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He said there are "legal
remedies to enjoin the Nazis
from carrying out their
plans in this village."
Meanwhile, the Soviet
Union has charged Serge
Kowalchuk of Philadelphia
with participating in the
murder of 5,000 Ukrainian
Jews while Kowalchuck
was a member of the Nazi-
led Ukrainian National
Police.
Kowalchuk and his
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charged by the U.S. Im-
migration and Naturali-
zation Service with fal-

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They
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tion proceedings.
Kowalchuk says the
Societs are smearing him
because of his anti-
Communist activities.

Jordan and representa-
tives of those Palestinian
Arabs.
• There will be an end
to all claims to a state of
belligerency, as well as
of
recognition
• The governments of sovereignty, territorial
integrity
and
political
in-
Israel and Egypt are de-
termined to continue the dependence of all the
efforts to achieve an countries in the region,
overall settlement in the and the establishment of
normal peace relations
region.
• The two governments by the means of peace
contracts.
express their desire to
negotiate peace treaties
as part of such a settle-
ment, according to Sec-
urity Council Resolution
338, and by fulfilling all
the principles of Security
Council Resolution 242.
• Israel will withdraw
its military ,forces from
territories occupied in
1967 on the basis of the
principles of 242. On the
basis of the same resolu-
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According to Yadin the
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