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December 22, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S. `Mediating' Role
Lashed by Knesset

(Continued from Page 5)
Our cause is just," Begin
said. "If it only depended on
us then the treaty could
have been signed on any
date after Nov. 18. We sac-
rificed a lot and it hurts . .
We want peace and we be-

Withdrawal
Preparations
Are Halted

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Ezer Weiz-
man has ordered a halt in
the removal of nonessential
material from the Sinai in
view of the stalemate in the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
neogitiations. It was also
announced that Israel has
re-called its military dele-
gation from Egypt.
The equipment, which is
not essential for the defense
and maintenance of the
forces in the Sinai, was
being removed to make the
actual evacuation of troops
easier once a peace treaty is
signed. The Camp David
agreement calls for the first
stage of the Israeli evacua-
tion to a line running
roughly from El Arish in the
north to south of Sharm El
Sheikh to take place within
nine months after the treaty
is signed.
Among the equipment
being brought back in-
cluded large amounts of
captured Egyptian materiel
ranging back to the 1967
Six-Day War and some
housing units.
Work, meanwhile, is
continuing on fortifying
the new defense line that
will be created by the
first stage of withdrawal.
But there is a possibility
that this work may be
discontinued too until
peace negotiations re-
sume.
Meanwhile, Israel has
opened another oil well in
the Sinai, the Alma six, and
it now produces some 25,000
barrels of oil a day. Al-
though the Egyptian-Israeli
peace agreement will re-
quire that the oil fields be
returned to Egypt, Energy
Minister Yitzhak Modai
and Israeli oil experts be-
lieve that it is worthwhile
investing more money in oil
production. They note that
even if the oil wells go to
Egypt in nine months they
will have paid for them-
selves.

Student Support

NEW YORK
In a re-
cent poll of 21,000 juniors
and seniors in the new edi-
tion of "Who's Who of
American High School Stu-
dents" some 45 percent fa-
vored establishment of a
Palestinian homeland.

lieve in peace but we are not
willing to sign a treaty that
will be emptied of its con-
tents by what is called a list
of interpretations."
Dayan, who spoke as the
chief of the Israeli negotiat-
ing team at the Blair House
conference in Washington,
also dwelled at length in his
early statement on the main
points of controversy and
stressed that the present
impasse was brought about
by a change of position on
the part of President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt who was
supported by President Car-
ter.
Dayan stressed that even
if a peace agreement had
been signed, the peace proc-
ess was still a long and dif-
ficult one:

Mann Seeks Aid for Viet Refugees

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
— coordinating body for the
policies and programs of 11
national and 102 local
Jewish agencies — has
asked President Carter to
take action in behalf of Vie-
tnamese and Cambodian
refugees "on the scale of
President Johnson's Oc-
tober 1965 measures which
resulted in more than
600,000 Cuban refugees
coming to the United
States."

Harry and Ann Schwartz and the Girls wish all
their friends and customers a Happy. Healthy Ilanuka

President
NJCRAC
Theodore Mann recalled
that "all the resources of the
U.S. government were
Mobilized" and an airlift
launched to bring the refu-
gees to the U.S. He urged
the Carter Administration
to take similar steps.

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