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September 29, 1978 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

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Friday, September 29, 1978

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THE- DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Iraqis, Arabs, Soviets Blast Summit Accord

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UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Iraq strongly at-
tacked the Camp David ac-
cords which it termed a
framework "for a humiliat-

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ing capitulation treaty"
that confirmed the trend
toward "liquidation of the
Palestinians' existence."
Addressing the 33rd
United Nations General
Assembly, the Iraqi Foreign
Minister, Saadoon Ham-
madi, said his country, as
part of the Arab nation,
"emphatically rejects" the
Camp David agreements.
He called on the UN
and its member states to
work for the immediate
and complete with-
drawal of Israeli forces
from all occupied Arab
territories.
Hammadi also accused
Israel of having military
and nuclear ties with South
Africa. He urged the UN to
take measures to stop the
alleged cooperatio,n be-
tween Israel and the Pre-
toria government.
In a related development,
Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko delivered
a strong attack on the Camp

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David summit which he
characterized as "a new
anti-Arab step" and de-
clared that peace in the
Middle East could be estab-
lished by reconvening the
Geneva conference.
As he was delivering his
speech before the General
Assembly the 69-year-old
diplomat took ill and was
escorted from the podium to
the chambers of the
president of the assembly.
Doctors and nurses were
rushed from the UN medi-
cal' clinic where they ad-
ministered first aid. About
an hour later he returned
and finished his speech.
Diplomats and obser-
vers here regarded his
speech as relatively mild.
He singled out Israel for
attack only once, charg-
ing that "10 years after
the aggression, its conse-
quences still have not
been eliminated. While
the aggression itself goes
unpunished, Israel con-
tinues to hold sway over
the territories it has
seized."
Gromyko said his country
is willing to participate in
the most stringent interna-
tional security guarantees
for all states of the Middle
East, but claimed that Is-
rael rejects international
guarantees. He argued that
"with the existing means of
warfare, the distance from
the borders to which a
neighboring state has
withdrawn its guns is of lit-
tle consequence," an appar-
ent' reference to Israel's
claim for territory to secure
its borders.
He reiterated the Soviet
Union's support for a na-
tional home for the Palesti-
nian people "who are fully
entitled to a national home,
a state of their own."
In his speech to the UN,
Israel's UN Ambassador
Yehuda Blum charged that
Palestinian terrorists based
in Lebanon are equipped
and trained by the Soviet
Union, which he said fun-
.nels weapons to the ter-
rorists through Syria.
The Russian ambas-
sador said Blum was
being less than truthful

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and the Syrian envoy
cofripared Zionists with
"neo-Nazis."
Blum also claimed Syria
is trying to torpedo any
Mideast peace agreement
by continuing to attack the
Christian community in
Lebanon.

Apology to Begin

VIENNA (JTA) — Aust-
rian Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky offered his formal
apology to Israeli Premier
Menahem Begin for his
criticism of the premie'
published recently in al.'
Dutch newspaper.
Kreisky praised Begin
now for having made what
he termed significant con- _
cessions at the Camp David
summit.
In a related development,
British Foreign Secretary
David Owen said "It is al-
most possible to see a
genuine peace settlement
now."
He said he was surprised
that Israel had conceded
things it had previously re-
fused to yield. Owen said he
would meet other European
Economic Community
foreign ministers in Brus-
sels to see how they could
reinforce "this formidable
achievement."

Ali Apologizes

CHICAGO

Heavyweight boxing cham-
pion Muhammad Ali ap-
pologized last week for
ethnic remarks he made
about two Italian-American
promoters of his recent bout
with Leon Spinks and about
Jews.
Ali _said, "Last Monday
_ (Sept. 18) at a press confer-
ence in New Orleans, I
made certain unfortunate
remarks.. Certain people
whom I.regarded as my.
friends gave me a distorted
version of events which so
enraged me that I made un-
thinking, angry remarks,"

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