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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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Friday, Rapist 4, 1978 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

David Landau Evaluates Sadat's Bluster and Israel's Response

(Continued from Page 1)
interim agreement in
1975. At that time, Israel
offered to return a sub-
stantial portion of the
peninsula for "active
components of peace."
The actual agreement
traded a small section of
Sinai for limited peace
components. Govern-
ment spokesmen now
stress that Begin's idea
would involve an open-
ended agreement with
Egypt with no time limit
and thus not simply
another "interim" ac-
cord.

Many observers see this
as a rationalization of the
position taken by the previ-
ous Labor-led government
of Premier Yitzhak Rabin

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— a position that Begin
ferociously attacked when
he was in the opposition.
Other government sources
say this formulation origi-
nated with Dayan when
Israeli-Egyptian talks
began to go awry last
January and is not con-
nected to Sadat's recent re-
quest for a goodwill gesture
from Israel.
American sources have
indicated to the JTA that
the U.S. does not attach
much importance to the
idea of a limited agreement,
at least not at this time, and
is directing all its efforts
towards advancing corn-
prehensive peace talks.

• • •

DAVID LANDAU

sumption of Egyptian-
Israeli meetings during
this trip.

Vance is expected to leave
Secretary of State Vance
said Tuesday after meeting for the Mideast late today,
with the Senate Foreign Re- with Jerusalem as his first
lations Committee for two stop. His trip is expected to
hours behind closed doors last five days.
Meanwhile, at the State
that he did not know if his
visit to the Middle East will Department, spokesman
be successful in renewing Hodding Carter refused to
Israeli-Egyptian talks. He comment on Egyptian
said he is going to have Foreign Minister Moham-
face-to-face discussions to med Kaamel's criticism of
ascertain the current situa- the U.S. for being "very dis-
tion in Cairo and Jerusalem appointed" at Egypt's re-
and to examine steps which fusal to meet with Israel
would be considered neces- until Israel agrees to with-
sary for a Middle East set- drawal from occupied areas.
tlement. Kaamel said after a 90-
However, Vance said minute meeting in Cairo
the United States will not with Atherton that "it is a
offer any proposals of its well-known fact that since,
own during his trip and and even before, President
he did not expect a re- (Anwar) Sadat launched his

Israel Views as Protective
Lebanon Move to Border

Israel warned Lebanon
that the Lebanese troops
might risk a clash with pro-
Israeli Christian militias if
they advance as planned
through the Christian-
controlled town of Merj
'Uyun. Israel advised Leba-
The deployment was de-
non to enter the region via
signed to solve the problem the Litani River bridges
of right-wing army officers
farther west.
who cooperated with Israeli
Israel expects the
forces in recent fighting be-
tween rightist militias and Lebanese troops to pre-
vent
terrorist activity in
leftist Palestinians, accord-
ing to the New York Times. the area. Israel is insist-

TEL AVIV — The
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scheduled to move into
southern Lebanon Tuesday
to establish state authority
and security in the region
bordering Israel.

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initiative and visited
Jerusalem our positions
have been consistent and
constructive." He said he
did not think that "anybody
should feel disappointed at
our approach." He said that
any possibility of Egypt re-
considering its decision
would have to await Vance's
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ing that the open fence on
the Israeli-Lebanese
border continues to func-
tion and that no reprisals
are taken against the
Christian militia in South
Lebanon or its comman-
ders.

In a related development,
Yasir Arafat, leader of the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization, accused Presi-
dent Carter of remaining si-
lent in the faCe of what
Arafat called Israel's "mas-
sive liquidation" of civilians
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Jerusalem,
In
Menahem Begin wel-
comed the U.S. criticism
of Sadat's recent state-
ments as the harbinger of
a general awakening to
Egypt's obstruction of
the peace process.

Reacting to a TV news re-
port of the U.S. criticism,
the premier said: "... as we
anticipated from the outset,
the truth is beginning to
emerge in public opinion in
the world ...."
Some foreign nations and
governments had been "led
astray by misleading prop-
aganda to believe that it
was Egypt which wanted
peace while Israel was
blocking its attainment."
But Sadat's demand for
an Israeli commitment to
total withdrawal "as the
precondition for the very
holding of negotiations
proves that the stumbling
block to peace lies in the un-
reasonable extremism that
holds sway in Egypt," Begin
said.
Israel, he added, put no
pre-conditions to its wil-
lingness to continue negoti-
ations, and it welcomed
Vance's visit to the Middle
East.

Meanwhile, Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan
told the Knesset that
Saudi Arabia has in-

formed Alfred Atherton
that in their judgment the
Sadat initiative was over.

lient or its military airfield
at Etzion near Eilat because
those regions control an in-
vasion route into the Negev.
But the future of Sharm el-
Sheikh, he said, should be
subject to different consid-
erations. ___ _ _

Based on this judgment,
said Dayan, the Saudis are
now trying to consolidate
anew a united Arab front.
Dayan said that the Egyp-
tians continue to insist on
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Addressing members
of Histadrut affiliated
agricultural enterprises,
Rabin stressed that he
based his views strictly
on security considera-
tions rather than the his-
torical, ideological and
religious concepts often
raised by Begin.

He said there was a dif- -
ference between Sinai and
the West Bank and that Is-
rael could afford territorial
compromises in the former
on a quid pro quo basis.
He said Israel could not
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