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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Ezer Weizman's M.E. Peace Initiatives
Attacked by His Likud Colleagues

By GIL SEDAN

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Attending a meeting of the
ministerial security com-
mittee Monday, Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman
suddenly ripped a "peace"
poster from the wall. It had
been prepared for Israel's
30th anniversary fes-
tivities. Weizman said he
failed to see the point of
such a poster when it was
doubtful that everybody in
the Cabinet wants peace.
Earlier in the day, Weiz-
man stalked out of a meet-
ing with members of the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee
after refusing to brief them
on his talks with President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt in

incidents reflect the anger
and -frustration that has
characterized the defense
minister's mood of late.
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to postpone consideration ol 7
Sadat's latest peace propos-
als that were conveyed to
Weizman at their meeting
in Austria. He was also re-
portedly miffed by the
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Cabinet
conduct refuture ne got ia-
tions which seemed aimed
in part at restricting the
scope of his personal con-
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Begin and other minis-
ters have been infuriated
by Sadat's public as-
sessment of Israel's lead-
ers which categorizes the
premier as a bitter in-
transigent with whom
there is no point in
negotiating while making
a "favorite!' of Weizman.
The defense minister has
no control over Sadat's
public utterances. But
many of his colleagues
believe he should have
demanded an immediate
apology from the Egyp-
tian leader for his unflat-
tering remarks about
Begin or else walked out
of their meeting in Au-
stria-
While Weizman may
have initiated the meeting
on his own, he attended it
with the approval of Begin
and authorization by the
Cabinet. But when he
briefed the Cabinet on the
results Sunday, the attitude
of some of his colleagues
was unfriendly and even de-
rogatory.
His most vocal critics
were Agriculture Minister
Ariel Sharon, the most out-
spoken hawk among the
ministers, and Yigael Hur-

Parade Float
Publicizes
Anti-Semite

TORONTO (JTA) — The
chairman of the Canada
Day celebration in Newcas-
tle, New Brunswick, has is-
sued an apology to the pub-
lic for his committee's fai-
lure to prohibit the inclu-
sion of an anti-Semitic float
in the two-mile parade fea-
tured at the festival earlier
this month.
The float publicized the
anti-Semitic book, "Web of
Deceit," by Malcolm Ross, a
school teacher in Moncton,
New Brunswick. The book
warns that Canada is being
undermined by a conspiracy
of Jews and Communists
which are infiltrating the
country's financial institu-
tions, schools and the
media.
Both the chairman of the
parade, Councillor Timothy
McCarthy, and the parade
marshall, Tom Morris, said
afterwards they did not
know who sponsored the
float.
The parade entry con-
sisted of a small car with
three banners which
read: "Fight Truth Decay
— Read Web of Deceit by
Malcolm Ross." McCar-
thy said he also received
a phone call from Dr.
Julius Israeli of Newcas-
tle protesting the inclu-
sion of the float in the
parade.
Israeli, who lost half his
family in Auschwitz, has
been conducting a cam-
paign against the book since
it appeared last April. He
has called for the dismissal
of Ross and has asked New
Brunswick Attorney Gen-
eral Rodman Logan to apply
the criminal code against
the book.

witz, the minister of com-
merce and industry. They
were tough and Weizman
responded in kind, accusing
his Likud colleagues of
being ungrateful for his ef-
forts to revive peace talks
with Egypt. Begin had to in-
tervene more than once to
cool the heated exchange.
Sunday's Cabinet session
was almost a replay of the
one last month when a
majority of the ministers re-
jected -Weizman's proposed
formulation of a reply to the
American question on the
future of the West Bank and
Gaza Strip. Instead, they
adopted a Begin-Dayan
reply that was widely
criticized in Israel and ab-
road as evasive. After that
meeting, Weizman an-
nounced that he would, in
the future, stay out of politi-
cal affairs and concentrate
on building up the army for
the "next war."
But the energetic de-
fense minister did not
stay on the sidelines for
long. Two weeks ago,
after the Cabinet flatly
rejected Egypt's six-point
peace proposals, Weiz-
man contacted his Egyp-
tian counterpart, War
Minister Mohammed

Gamassy, proposing that
they get together. The re-
sult was his meeting with
Sadat and Gamassy at
Sadat's vacation retreat
near Salzburg.

The Cabinet, however,
deferred discussion of that
meeting to await the out-
come of Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan's talks with
Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mohammed Kaamel and
U.S. Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance in Leeds
Castle, England. The spot-
light is now on Dayan who
dismissed Weizman's talks
with Sadat as irrelevant to
his own mission.
Weizman appears once
more to be isolated. The
feeling is that he must soon
decide whether to openly
challenege the Begin-
Dayan policies or resign
from the government.
Should he choose to confront
the leadership of his party,
he may have the support of
the Democratic Movement
for Change, some Liberal
Party and even, possibly,
National Religious Party
ministers. On the other
hand, he may find himself
alone and his political
career at an end.

`OPEC Backed by U.S. Firms

Who Gain From Oil Price'

NEW YORK (JTA) — An
article in the July issue of
Penthouse magazine
charges that control of oil-
prices and supplies by the
Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries
(OPEC) is supported by U.S.
business interests which
benefit from high foreign oil
prices.
According to the article,
"The Petro-Industrial Com-
plex," by Craig S. Karpel,
identified by a Penthouse
spokesperson as a free-lance
journalist who researched
the field, OPEC, with seven
Arab and six non-Arab
members, receives political
support for maintaining its
control over the world pet-
roleum market from a net-
work of businessmen, ban-
kers and public officials
within the United States.

According to Karpel, the
major source of support for
OPEC within the U.S. is the
heavy machinery and

Certificates
to Be Returned

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
The chairman of the Jewish
congregation of East Berlin,
Peter Kirschner, is due to
visit the Ashkenazi congre-
gation of Amsterdam to re-
turn to it a large number of
Amsterdam Jewish mar-
riage certificates that were
recently discovered in the
attic of the Oranienburg
Street Synagogue in East
Berlin.
, Apparently the docu-
ments were taken by the
Germans in Amsterdam
during the German occupa-
tion of The Netherlands and
transferred to Berlin.- • • •

transport equipment export
and construction sectors,
which received more than
$7 billion from Arab oil-
producing governments in
1977. He cites such com-
panies as Bechtel Corp.,
Caterpillar Tractor Co., and
Fluor Engineers and Con-
structors as being major re-
cipients of Arab contracts
paid with petrodollars.
Karpel indicates that
such banks as Chase
Manhattan and Citibank
which act as depositories
for OPEC surpluses are
another key source of
support for the foreign oil
cartel within the U.S.
He said the banks feared
that the Arab governments
would withdraw the $50
billion they have on deposit
in the U.S. if the U.S. didn't
support OPEC.
Karpel calls attention to
the role of the Trilateral
Commission, a foreign pol-
icy planning organization
founded in 1973 by Chase
Manhattan chairman and
major oil stockholder David
Rockefeller, in advocating
cooperation with OPEC.
According to Karpel,
Rockefeller chose Jimmy
Carter to be a member of the
Trilateral group in 1973 be-
fore he became President.

MDA Is Cited

TEL AVIV — In a recent
survey conducted by the Is-
rael Consumer Council to
check how telephone calls
and inquiries. are handled
b• public institutions,
Magen David Adom — Is-
rael's emergency medical
service — was cited for
quick, courteous and effi-
cienbservices to the' publics

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