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February 16, 1979 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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Carter Would Consider New
Summit If Ministers Fail

President Carter said he
would "consider" another
summit conference with Is-
raeli Premier Menahem.
Begin and Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat if
the upcoming ministerial
- meeting at Camp David be-
ginning Feb. 21 did not re-
solve all the differences de-
laying an Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty.
But he told a press confer-
ence he hoped the meeting
between Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance, Israeli
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan and Egyptian Prime
Minister Mustapha Khalil
would result in the two
Middle East officials
"routinely" going back to
their countries for appro-Val
of- an agreement reached at
Camp David. If this "hope is
realized," there would be no
need for a summit, Carter
Begin also disclosed
that the new talks will be
held in two stages, with
an intermission in be-
tween to permit Dayan
and Khalil to report to
their respective govern-
ments and receive
further instructions.
Begin told reporters that
the issue of the extent of
Dayan's negotiating
authority was not raised by
the Cabinet although the
ministers had discussed
"the question of how the
foreign minister is to react.
He will react according to
the Cabinet decisions and,

of course, he will be consult-
ing with me," Begin said,
Government sources said
later that it was decided not
to broaden Dayan's
authority beyond what it
had been in the Blair House
talks in Washington last
November when Dayan and
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman headed the Israeli
negotiating team.
At that time, the in-
structions were for the Is-
raeli negotiators to hear out
the Egyptian and American
view, to discuss various
proposals with them and to
report back to the Cabinet
for instructions before
committing Israel to any
changes of position.


Unrest Reported
on West Bank

burning car tire was hurled
at a bus in the Jerusalem
suburb of Shuafat Monday
and stones were thrown at
the bus, but no one was
hurt. ,
The incident was one of
several reported on the
West Bank, reflecting a
wave of unrest in the area.
Shuafat is midway between
the city center and the new
Jewish area of Neve
At nearby Kalandia, also
within the city limits, tires
were set alight on the road
as a protest measure. And in
Jericho, school walls were
daubed with nationalistic
slogans and the military
authorities stepped in to
stop school for the day.
In part, the West Bank
unrest is seen as a response
to a recent noticeable
toughening of policy by the
military government.


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Friday, February 16, 1919 23

Expert Says U.S. Must Break
Dependence on Middle East Oil

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training program. Kaiser's
quota favored minority

One of the nation's leading
energy experts last week
called for the immediate
construction of a pipeline to
Mexican oil fields to reduce
U.S. dependence on Persian
Gulf petroleum.
In an address to the Na-
tional Executive Commit-
tee meeting of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, Dr. Lawrence A.
Goldmuntz, a former
Presidential science ad-
viser, declared that oil re-
serves in Mexico, Canada
and Venezuela are double
those in the Middle East.
He went on to say that the
turmoil in Iran also
"demonstrates that it is es-
sential to diversify our
sources of supply to other
areas of the world that are
closer to our shores."
Retired Lt. Gen. Daniel
0. Graham, former head
of the Defense Intelli-
gence Agency, described
the turmoil in Iran as a
disaster for U.S. strategic
interests, adding that he
expected to see that
Mideastern state "led by
a Hitler in a turban."
The only issues the two
disputing Iranian factions
— the Soviet-backed radi-
cals and the mullahs —
agree on, he said, are
threats against the Shah,
the U.S. and Israel.
He predicted a second
revolution in Iran within
two years in which a PLO-
type organization will over-
throw the rigid secular re-
gime and further expand
the Soviet ring of steel in
the Middle East which now
includes Syria, Iraq,
Ethiopia, Afghanistan,
South Yemen, as well as its
Indian Ocean fleets.
If the erosion continues,
he' foresees an arrangement
in which the oil-producing
sheikhdoms and Kuwait
would fall and "the rich
Saudis will get in their
planes and fly to wherever
their money is, leaVing the
country to the Soviets and
Soviet-backed radical
With the loss of Iran and
its sophisticated weaponry,
the U.S., he warned, must
now face the clear reality
that its only stable ally with
military clout in the region
is Israel.
The ADL also announced
that it has retained Philip
B. Kurland to prepare an
amicus brief in a case now
pending before the U.S.
Supreme Court.
The court is expected to
determine whether an em-
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