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November 10, 1978 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-10

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16 Friday, November 10, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kissinger Says Camp David
Reduces Israel W.B. Role

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NEW YORK (JTA) —

Former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger warned
that the Camp David
agreement, in any form of
interpretation, reduces Is-
rael's influence in the West
Bank because the accords
include no provisions for
any change ‘of the 1967 bor-
ders. Addressing a World
Jewish Congress luncheon,
Kissinger said the United
States and Israel must
achieve a private under-
standing as to where the
process of peace in the Mid-
dle East is heading.
Kissinger said he believes
the peace treaty between Is-
rael and Egypt will be con-
cluded "in the near future,"
and he predicted that it will
create a new reality and
bring a political and
spiritual change in the
Mideast.
He cautioned that the Is-
raelis should be careful in
their expectation from
peace with Egypt. He said a
mechanism should be estab-
lished between the two
countries- that will be com-
patible "with the self-
respect and the image of
themselves." He also said
that Israelis should refrain
from the romantic notion of
peace and realize that a
peace treaty is not the end of
any political conflict.

But Kissinger said that
he was optimistic that
"things will work out in
the Middle East." He
noted that peace will pre-
sent a tremendous

Child Abuse
Cases Reported

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Some 500 children up to the
age of four are treated each
year for injuries caused by
their parents, a Tel Aviv
University scientist told a
convention of social work-
ers.
Most of the children are
treated for broken bones.
The lecturer, Hanita Zim-
rin, told of one mother who
fed her children for a long
period with a light drink
only, until they were rushed
to the hospital suffering
from malnutrition. Other
mothers did not change
their babies diapers, caus-
ing dangerous infections.
A university study re-
vealed that the phenome-
non was not limited to the
so-called lower classes only.
There were quite a few cases
of maltreatment by parents
living in the pretigious Re-
havia quarter in Jerusalem.
The only difference was
that the upper class parents
brought their children to
private doctors who do not
always report the cases to
the authorities.

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and
spiritual change for Is-
rael. He declared Israel's
role in the Mideast will
change altogether when
peace comes, when Israel
will no longer be a politi-
cal focal point.
Kissinger also warned
that the unstable situation
in Iran jeopardized the
Israeli-Egyptian peace
prospects.
The WJCongress meeting
marked the inauguration of
the organization's Interna-
tional Economic and Social
Commission. Baron Guy de
Rothschild was installed, at
the luncheon session, as
chairman of the commis-
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