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October 20, 1978 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-20

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12 Friday, October 20, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S.-Egyptian Agreements Reported

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said was a series of verbal
agreements between
President Carter and
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Egyptian and Israeli in-
telligence, begun at the
time of the Libyan-Soviet
build-up against Egypt in
1976, would be expanded;
reduction of the Egyptian
army by half while in-
creasing its fire power
with U.S. armor and
weapons to protect Egypt
from the Soviet Union or
its surrogates; agreement
between Carter and
Sadat that U.S. arms de-
liveries would be linked
to progress in implement-
ing the Camp David ac-
cords, including the West
Bank issue.

Israel, for its part, would
benefit from American
technology to advance its
own armaments industry
and would be allowed to
purchase the full quota of
F-15 and F-16 jets that it
The strategic rede- has requested, Newsweek
ployment of Egyptian said.
forces from Sinai to the
Time magazine reported
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summit conference last
month covering U.S. aid to
Egypt and strategic mat-
ters.
According to sources
which Newsweek did not
identify, Carter promised
that a consortium of West-
ern nations organized by
the U.S. would compensate
Egypt for any cut off or re-
duction of aid from Arab
sources in retaliation for the
Camp David accords.
U.S. economic and mili-
tary aid to Egypt and Israel
would be roughly equal
after the two countries im-
plemented their peace
treaty, Carter reportedly
told Sadat in what News-
week said was a private
statement of intentions
rather than a specific com-
mitment. Other points, ac-
cording to Newsweek were:

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"The Incident at Mas-
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those few gentiles who de-
fended the Jews during that
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superstitious bureaucrats
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Massena and the state
police — combined to
suggest that the Jews had
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peace treaty under discus-
sion by Israel and Egypt at
their peace talks in Wash-
ington is an eight-page
document spelling out the
main issues. Time said it
learned that the chief issues
under discussion are nor-
malization of relations be-
tween Israel and Egypt, in-
cluding open borders and
exchange of ambassadors; a
timetable for Israel's with-
drawal from Sinai; and fu-
ture economic relations, in-
cluding trade and possible
joint ventures.
Time said that one possi-
ble sticking point concerned
Israel's oil installations in
Sinai for which it may seek
compensation from Egypt or
an Egyptian guarantee to
sell oil to Israel.

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