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August 18, 1978 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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Friday, *list 18, 1918 1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Endorsements Aired for Mideast Summit

(Continued from Page 1)
officials of the three coun-
tries to exchange views on
how to unstall the dead-
locked peace talks between
Israel and Egypt. It is un-
derstood that the inter-
party meetings have the
support of Begin.
Labor Alignment leader
Shimon Peres said over the
weekend that the Align-
ment is considering calling
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cuss the summit talks. At
the same time, the National
Religious Party (NRP) ob-
jected to the anticipated in-
clusion of Yigael Yadin, the
leader of the Democratic
Movement for Change, in
Israel's delagation to Camp
David. The NRP is demand-
ing that one of its leaders,
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg, be included as well.
President Carter publicly
ruled out any possibility of a
U.S. posposal for an
Egyptian-Israeli peace and
said he hoped that Israel
would not establish five new
settlements on the West
Bank.
Meanwhile, Carter was
on record in an interview
published in the U.S.
News & World Report
thatehe would provide an
"assessment" to Israeli
Premier Begin and Egyp-
tian President Sadat at
Camp David if that would
present an "acceptable
compromise."
Carter said he is
"cautiously hopeful" about
success at the summit and
that "we will be full
partners in the discussion,
although I want to em-
phasize that the only av-
enue for a successful conclu-
sion of the agreement" is be-
tween Begin and Sadat
themselves. "We will offer
our good services as a
mediator, as one who un-
derstands both perspec-
tives." Carter emphasized,
however, that the U.S. will
not be "idle bystanders" be-
cause "we have a direct na-

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claration includes the
best possibility for peace,
Peres said.
DMC Knesset Faction
Chairman Prof. Amnon
Rubinstein said Israel
should re-examine her posi-
tions. Although the Israeli
peace plan was a possible
basis for negotiations, it
was not an exclusive plan,
and one should respond to
new initiatives, he said.
In Jerusalem there
seemed to be a question
Sunday whether the gov-
ernment has approved five
new settlements on the
West Bank, three of them in
the Jericho area, as prop-
osed by Agriculture Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon, head of the
ministerial settlement
committee. -
Deputy Premier Yadin
strongly denied that any
government body had given
such approval, but Cabinet
Secretary Arye Naor said
that the Cabinet, sitting as
the ministerial security
committee on June 28, de-
cided to establish five new

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tional interest in the
Mideast itself."
In a related development,
Be ;in said the Cabinet's de-
cisi in of Monday to freeze
the construction of five
paramilitary strongho. ds in
the Jordan Valley was
merely a psychological one.
(Political sources in
Jerusalem described the de-
cision as a gesture of good
will toward President Car-
ter and the Camp David
Summit.) Even the opposi-
tion parties agreed that the
five settlements were milit-
ary strongholds which
should be established under
any circumstances. Begin
thus indicated that the es-
tablishment of the five set-
tlements was only a ques-
tion of time. Government
sources indicated that the
settlevtients would fit with
the basic concept of the
Allon Plan, of creating a
chain of settlements along.
the Jordan River.
Begin rejected as
"groundless" a claim that
the decision came in order to
jeopardize a priori the pros-
pects for a successful sum-
mit. He said he had in-
formed Vance of the exact
circumstances which led to
the government's decision
on the settlements. "We told
Vance: all three parties
want the summit to succeed,
but no one does so more than
Israel," said Begin.

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military outposts along the
Jordan River. Yadin, leader
of the DMC opposed the de-
cision and demanded
further discussions.
Yadin said earlier that
there was no government
decision on new settle-
ments, which should
mean that as far as he
was concerned the gov-
ernment decision of June
28 was invalid.
It was revealed that Ag-
riculture Minister Ariel
Sharon met with the leaders
of the various kibutz and
moshav settlement move-
ments and told them of the
government decision. He
reportedly urged them to
get their volunteers and re-
sources ready for the task.
The World Zionist Organi-
zation Settlement Depart-
ment was also reportedly
instructed to locate the sites
for the new settlements —
all on government land
which did not need to be,ex-
propriated.
Most of the representa-
tives of the settlement
movements approved of the
plan. The only one who
criticized the plan was the
representative of the
Mapam-affiliated Kibutz
Artzi movement.
Peace Now spokesmen
said such a settlement move
is an obstacle to peace and
could halt the momentum
resulting from President
Carter's invitation to Pre-
mier Begin and Egyptian
President Sadat to meet
with him at Camp David in
Maryland Sept. 5.
Meanwhile, in a major
coup, the Peace Now
movement put up a 25-
foot high monument
today alongside the con-
troversial Gush Emunim
"archeological" settle-
ment at Shiloh on the
West Bank. The monu-
ment, called "Peace," by
Israeli sculptor Yigal
Tumarkin, is an abstract

expression of a dove in
clay and steel.
Members of the Shiloh
settlement claimed that
they were deceived by the
Peace Now people who had
constructed the monu-
ment's base 10 days ago and
told them it was a com-
munications antenna.
In New York some 40 to
50 young American Jews
who are planning to settle
on the West Bank, staged a
vigil Sunday at the Isaiah
Wall opposite the United
Nations in support of Be-
gin's policy "in keeping the
West Bank part of Israel,"
according to Daniel
Fliegler, a spokesman for
the American governing
council of Lev Tzion, the
group which sponsored the
vigil.

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