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October 06, 1978 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 6, 1978 5

Dayan to Head Peace Mission, Address UN Monday

and Israeli settlements "delicate" matter.
Sadat made no mention in
on the West Bank, and the
presence of Israeli troops his remarks of a five-year
there after the negotiat- period, the duration for the
negotiations by Israel with
ing period.
There were few develop- Egypt, Jordan and the in-
ments in Israel because of habitants of the West Bank
Rosh Hashana. Premier which Carter has been not-
Menahem Begin entered ing in support of his conten-
the hospital Friday suffer- tion that the freeze period
ing from fatigue in the af- was beyond three months.
It was announced in Cairo
termath of the 17-hour
marathon debate in the that Sadat has appointed
Knesset which ratified the Mustafa Khalil as the new
Camp David accords by an prime minister to lead what
overwhelming margin early he called Egypt's "great
Thursday morning. Begin march" to peace and pros-
left the hospital Sunday perity. Khalil, a 58-year-old
under orders from his doc- American educated
tors to rest at home for a few engineer is expected to form
a new cabinet. within the
days.,
Begin sought to mollify next few days. He succeeds
opponents of the Camp Mamdouh Salem who
David agreements, espe- served as Egypt's prime
cially those within his minister since 1975.
Sadat told his parlia-
own Herut faction. In
newspaper interviews ment, "Now that we are on
published over the the threshold of peace, the
weekend he stressed that people are calling on me to
the agreement to remove dedicate myself to the
the Israeli settlements in internal situation . . . we
northern Sinai within the must work harder, we must
framework of a peace dedicate ourselves. We are
treaty with Egypt did not embarking on a big change
establish a precedent. He . . . it cannot happen over-
insisted that Israel would night . . . (but) we are on
never withdraw its set- the way to peace and on the
tlements from the West way to prosperity."
Bank and Golan Heights.
Sadat challenged the
Arab
rejectionists to make a
He said the freeze on new
settlements on the West better deal than Egypt.
Bank would apply only for "This is what Egypt was
the three-month period of able to do at this stage," he
negotiations with Egypt said, referring to the Camp
and that existing settle- David agreements. "We do
ments there would continue not claim to have reached a
to be expended even during
that interim. Begin's posi- UIA Prepares
tion is at sharp variance Project Renewal
with that of President Car-
NEW YORK (JTA) —
ter who insists that Israel United Israel Appeal is
had agreed to freeze settle- fully prepared to play its
ments during the five-year role in "Project Renewal"
transitional period on the during the coming new
West Bank.
ar, Melvin Dubinsky,
Daily—Hospita1
But Sadat apparently ye-
chairman of UIA, an-
Sympathy
agrees with Begin and not
FRUIT
Carter on the issue. In a nounced.
He said that his organiza-
news conference with Arab tion, the major recipient of
BASKETS
3 Times Daily;:: reporters shortly after the United Jewish Appeal
conclusion of the Camp funds; is completing prep-
Nation-Wide
David summit conference, arations to allocate, control
Delivery
Sadat said the moratorium and monitor the contribu-
• 1595
is for three months as Begin tions. made to Project Re-
RODNICK-
contends.
newal through. the UIA
"The freezing of the set- from communities through-
McINERNEY'S
tlements is through the out America. The project is
779-4140 772-4350
next three months," a $1.2 billion social plan
Sadat told the Arab re-
sponsored by world Jewry to
porters. "By that time we reabsorb 45,000 poor im-
shall have concluded the migrant families into the
peace settlement" be- mainstream of Israeli
tween Egypt and Israel society.
as stipulated in the
Dubinsky, who returned
Egyptian-Israeli
from Israel this week, met
framework.
with leadership of the
IN COSTUMES
The Jewish Telegraphic Jewish Agency.
Agency was provided with
ONLY $595
He pledged that Project
the questions and answers
with frame
last Friday of this phase of Renewal funds will be to-
WHILE YOU WAIT,
the news conference Sadat tally separated.
Working with Akiva
held. He also said that
Egypt and the United Lewinsky, newly elected
States are in agreement treasurer of the Agency, the
thht the Israeli settlements UIA will assure com-
OF
are illegal. He urged that munities involved that the
his "personal advice" on Israeli neighborhoods
handling the settlements adopted and projects under-
29289 Southfield
issue was to avoid polemics taken will be completed
but "put it on the table for with maximum participa-
negotiations" since it is a tion and reporting, he said.

(Continued from Page 1)
peace frameworks
agreed to at Camp David.
He indicated that Jor-
dan's decision whether
or not to participate in
the peace talks would
depend on the answers
forthcoming from Wash-
ington and on a full
partnership role by the
U.S. in the negotiations.
Hussein said he had been
ven the impression_ by
dat that the Egyptian
Ili trader intended to negotiate
a comprehinsive Middle
East peace settlement at
Camp David and would not
agree to a separate peace
with Israel outside of a com-
prehensive framework. He
warned that unless the
Camp David talks -resulted
in more than an Israeli-
Egyptian treaty - there
would be widespread trou-
ble in the Middle East.
"Many eniptions could
occur in this area and the
future of the entire area
could be in jeopardy," he
said.
• Hussein indicated that he
has not closed the door to
Jordan's participation in
the Israeli-Egyptian talks
on the future of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip but
stressed that at the mo-
ment his country was being
asked to join in the im-
plementation of an agree-
ment that it had no part in.
"We feel there is no
moral or legal obligations
for us to be involved in
such an agreement," he
said. He said the ques-
tions submitted to the
U.S. included the extent
of American participa-
tion in the talks, the fu-
ture of East Jerusalem

gi

comprehensie settlement,
but we have prepared a road
toward a comprehensive
settlement," he said.
Declaring that Egypt was
the first country to secure
the liberation_ of occupied
Arab territory, Sadat ob-
served:
"Those who say no are
those who don't have to put
up with the bitterness of the
occupation, in jail and con-
centration camps . . . I am _
demanding that the other
Arabs do something posit-
ive to alleviate the plight of
those people who have lived
in darkness. I am asking
King Hussein to shoulder
his responsibilities . . . I
am asking the responsible
people in Syria to share in
the talks .• . I am calling
on the leadership of the
Palestinians, the Palestine
Liberation Organization
and others to end their feuds
among themselVes and
agree for a certain line of
conduct."
In a bitter attack on the
rejectionist countries, Sadat
said that "Egypt constitutes
a great danger to those re=
gimes. They liquidate
people in Iraq. They hang
people in Libya. Here in

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