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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 21, 1978

Face-to-Face M.E. Talks Are Urged

KANSAS CITY (JTA) —
Sen. Robert Dole (R-Kan.)
said that if the United
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Will Nations Practice What They Preach on HijaCkings?

BONN (JTA) — Mixed
reactions greeted the an-
nouncement Monday by
seven major nations attend-
ing the Western Economic
Summit Conference that
they had agreed on the
toughest measures yet
taken to combat aerial
hijacking by terrorists and
others. The countries,
which together, dominate
world commercial air traf-
fic, said they would cut off
airline service to or from
any country that harbors
air hijackers, refuses to ex-
tradite or prosecute them
"and/or give back such
airplanes."
The agreement was an-
nounced by President Car-
ter for the United States
and by the leaders of Bri-
tain, France, Canada, West
Germany, Italy and Japan
at the close of the economic
parley. Observers agreed
that the collective action
was unprecedented and
went far beyond the various
United Nations conventions
that condemn aerial hijack-
ing but carry no penalties or
binding pledges. However,
many questions were raised
— and left unanswered for
the time being at least — as
to how these measures will
be implemented and en-
forced and whether, in fact,
they could be.
But it was acknowledged
that, at the very least, this
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cute or extradite hijac-
kers. Political ramifica-
tions were also noted.
Some diplomatic sources
expressed doubt that Fr-
ance would take action
against Algeria, before
its independence an in-
tegral part of France, or
that other countries de-
pendent on oil would im-
pose aerial sanctions
against Iraq and Libya
which have supported
terrorist groups respon-
sible for hijackings.
There were no immediate
answers. But European
airline specialists expressed
the belief that "just the fact
that these countries have
openly identified them-
selves as intent on doing
this is of major importance."

•• •
Transport Chief Says U.S.
Will Back Airport Sanctions.

Squadron Warns of Peace Move

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress pre-
dicted that President Carter
will bring "the strongest
possible pressure" on Israel
to accept a White House
peace plan and that he may
gain "limited success" in
winning American Jewish
support for it.
Howard M. Squadron,
speaking at the 14th annual
American-Israel dialogue
here, said that he expects a
Carter Administration
proposal for settling the
Arab-Israel conflict "quite
soon" if the London confer-
ence produces no results.
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erful deterrent to air piracy. close study of the seven-
The statement by seven na- nation statement, ques-
tions said: tioned its effectiveness, if
"The heads of state and not the seriousness of its in-
government, concerned tentions.
They asked, for example,
over terrorism and
hostage-taking, "declare how long the seven nations
that their governments would wait before each ag-
will intensify their com- reed that it was necessary to
mon undertaking to fight enforce the air service ban
international terrorism. against a country that pro-
In cases in which a coun- vided haven for hijackers,
try refuses to extradite or how they would coordinate
legally prosecute an their decision, and what
airplane hijacker and/or they would do if a country
give back such airplanes, agreed to prosecute hijac-
the heads of state and kers but then imposed only
government are unanim- the mildest penalties.
ously agreed through The "and/or" terminol-
their governments to ogy raised the question of
take immediate action to whether return of a
cease all flights to that hijacked aircraft would
country. At the same be sufficient to cancel
time, their governments penalties against a coun-
will implement steps to
ban incoming flights by
airlines of that country
flying from any other
country."
The signatories also said
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
they would urge other gov- Transportation Secretary
ernments to join them in ....Brock Adams said that the
Administration supported a
their commitment.
The anti-hijack measures bill that would prod certain
are in line with long- foreign airports to take
standing demands by the more effective measures to
aent
rita:
International Airline Pilots thwart terrtotorinstssuand m
Association. Similar mea- hijackers.
Testifying before a House
sures have also been urged
subcommit-
over the years by Israel,
whose citizens have been tee, Adams noted that there
among the most frequent were 25 foreign air carrier
victims of aerial terrorism. hijackings world-wide in

worthy purpose,

campaign to bring the
American Jewish commun-
ity over to its point of view
on the Mideast, Squadron
said that the success of such
a campaign would be due to
"the surface plausibility of
the Carter Administration's
three-point analysis of the
Mideast issue and its prop-
osal to solve it."
The three points of
such an analysis, Squad-
ron told the
AJCongress-sponsored
symposium, are: "That
the U.S. and the USSR are
engaged in a global con-
test for strategic territo-
rial dominance; that the
movement of Egypt and
Saudi Arabia toward the
U.S. makes this the time
to seal the hegemony of
the U.S. in the Mideast;
and that (Egyptian Pres-
ident Anwar) Sadat is
ready to meet
Jerusalem's security
concerns and make a
real, permanent peace
with Israel."
The AJCongress leader
added that "most American
Jews would regard such a
plan as an imposed peace by
an unsophisticated Presi-
dent."

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1977, 21 of which were at-
tributable to lax screening
procedures at the airports.
He said that of 11 foreign
hijackings so far this year,
six were the result of inef-
fective screening.
Adams said the Ad-
ministration favored a
pending bill amending the
1958 Federal Aviation Act.
It would authorize the De-
partment of Transportation
to assess the security mea-
sures at certain foreign air-
ports and recommend action
if the measures were found
to be ineffective.
If no improvements
were made within six
months, the names of the
lax airports would be
posted prominently at all •
air terminals used by
American carriers.
Adams said that multi-
national efforts were
needed to protect air
passengers from hijackerap
but the U.S. was prepared to
take unilateral measures
including the use of sanc-
tions, to protect its citizens.
He said that regulations ex-
tending security measures
to charter flights would go
into effect Tuesday.

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