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October 13, 1978 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 13, 1918

`Sen. Sarbanes: 'Begin Took More Risks
Than Sadat at Cathp David Conference'

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KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.,
(JTA) — Sen. Paul S. Sar-
banes (D-Md.) lauded Pre-
mier Menahem Begin of Is-
rael and President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt for their
"tremendous vision and
statesmanship" at the
Camp David summit con-
ference but said that Begin
took more risks than Sadat
in their search for peace.
"It has been popular to as-
sign all the sacrifices to
Sadat, but Begin took more
chances," he said according
to Ian Blynn, reporter for
the Jewish Exponent of
Philadelphia.
In addition to regaining,
without military action, all
the territory lost during the
Six-Day War, Egypt will
most likely take advantage
of its enhanced image in the
U.S. by asking for more aid
for its ailing_economy, Sar-
banes said. He noted further
that Sadat favors a West
Bank linked with Jordan,
thereby preventing the rise
of an independent Palesti-
nian state. Such a state is
now unlikely, given Israel's

power to veto an unpalata- tioned by Sen. James
ble West Bank Solution, he Abourezk (D-S.D.) who, in
effect, accused him of hav-
said.
In addition, the possi- ing sold out the Arabs.
bility exists "way down Sadat's answer was
the road" for "economic encouraging, Sarabanes
cooperation" between Is- said.
rael and Egypt, the Sena
"He said that over time a
sense of confidence and
for observed.
praised understanding would grow
Sarbanes
President Carter's leader- and make possible agree-
ship at the Camp David ments on problems that now
summit and said the talks seem insurmountable,"
have "moved us far in terms Sarbanes reported.
In reply to a question, the
of a separate peace" be-
tween Egypt and Israel Senator indicated that
while at the same time pro- should Saudi Arabia with-
tecting Sadat from charges draw its subsidy to Egypt or
of having "sold out" Arab force Sadat back into the
Arab rejectionist fold, Con-
interests.
He cautioned, however, gress "might" vote to re-
that the agreements are place that subsidy with U.S.
"the foundation of peace, funds.
Sarbanes also supported
not peace itself" and that
there are "hard times" to U.S. funding of Israel's con-
struction of two air bases to
come.
Sarbanes, who is a replace those to be given up
member of the Senate when Sinai is restored to
Foreign Relations Commit- Egyptian sovereignty.
tee, reported that at a closed
session of the committee
"YOU'RE
after the Camp David sum-
NUMBER
ONE
mit Sadat was closely ques-

Israel Should Be Confident
in U.S. Role in Peace: Eban

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Israeli people should
have confidence in the
"active participation" of the
United States in a Middle
East peace agre6ment,
former Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban said at
the annual liberal party
dinner, held at the
Americana Hotel.
Eban, a featured speaker
at the fund-raiser where the
Democratic state guber-
natorial ticket was
endorsed by the liberals,
said that the significance of
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat's journey to
Jerusalem last November
was the fact that it "sepa-
rated us from our past."
For the first time, Eban
said-, the Arab world was
presented with a vision of
the Middle East which in-
cluded Israel as a sovereign
state. For the Israelis, he
said, Sadat's visit incurred a
"sudden breach in Jewish
skepticism which is part of
our character."
Eban said that, until a
few weeks ago, the "Gulf
of alienation" between
Israel and Egypt had
grown again, and a third
party was needed to
breach the misun-
derstandings. He
stressed that without
American mediation, Is-

rael and Egypt could not
have achieved the 1974
and 1975 interim agree-
ments in Sinai and they
could not have • pro-
ceeded to Camp David
where a signed agree-
ment resulted between
them.
Eban said that the Knes-
set's vote to approve the
Camp David accords indi-
cates the Israelis' feeling
that "peace is an objective
which must also incur
risks." The alternative of
eliminating Israel, he said,
has proved "illusory" to the
Arabs, and "it is only when
you close the door to aggres-
sion that you open it to re-
conciliation."

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1976, its exports to Ger-
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cent in 1977.
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balance of payments with
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surplus.

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