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March 30, 1979 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-30

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A Preamble to Peace:

To Bring to
an End the
State of War

Communists
and Arabs in
Israel's Knesset
Prove Nation's
Democratic Role

HE JEWISH NEWS

(-3ommentary, Page 2

A

Weekly Review

Peace and Its
Complications,
the Dreams of
the Free World

f Jewish Events

Editorials, Page 4

■■ •

VOL. LXXV, No. 4

17515 W. Nine Mile, Suite 865, Southfield, Mich. 48075 424-8833 $12.00 Per Year: This Issue 30c March 30, 1979

U.S. Egyptian - Israeli Efforts
Now Reaching Solid Ground

Begin in Cairo Monday

Peace Treaty Summarized

NEW YORK (JTA) .— Premier Menahem Begin announced Wednesday that he has
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The peace treaty signed by Israel and Egypt at the White
invited Theodore R. Mann, chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major.American
House on Monday rests in six basic elements: Israel's withdrawal from Sinai, security
Jewish Organizations, tb accompany him to Cairo on Monday as the representative of the
arrangements between,the two countries, establishment of normal relations, right of
American Jewish community. Begin will visit Cairo as the Israeli response to Egyptian
passage of Israeli ships through the Suez Canal and the ships of both nations through
President Anwar Sadat's trip to Israel in November 1977.
each other's territorial waters, Israel's right to buy Sinai oil and negotiations on Palesti-
Begin made the announcement while briefing 50 leaders of the Presidents Confer-
nian self-rule.
ence, State of Israel Bonds and the United Jewish Appeal. The Israeli premier expressed
The English.version of the massive document was released by the State Department
the appreciation of the people of
two hours after it was signed by
m5pon - 1'y i A song of Ascents.
Psalm 126
Israel for the help and support of
Premier Menahem Begin of Is-
American Jews during the past
rael and President Anwar Sadat
year-and-a-half of negotiations
of Egypt and President Jimmy
ria, v.) -nx mn , 2)v.)2 When tne LORD restores the fortunes of Zion
between Israel and Egypt.
Carter, as witness, on behalf of
we see it in our dreams-
:try35nD 1», n
He urged continued political
the United States. The treaty it-
support as well as redoubled ef-
self contains nine articles. There
our mouths shall be filled with laughter,
2
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forts through Israel Bonds and
are fourmaps, agreed minutes to
our tongues, with songs of joy.
1»vvil
the UJA's Project Renewal to
four articles, two annexes and
wipe out poverty in Israel and
six accompanying letters.
corn nnx , tist Then shall they say among the nations,
continue building the Jewish
One of the knottiest issues,
"The LORD has done great things for them!"
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state, A report from the Israeli
Israel's access to Sinai oil,
Embassy in Washington Tues-
was finally resolved in Wash-
»ny
mn , 5,-Dn 3 The LORD will do great things for us
day said that Egypt had re-
ington on the eve of the sign-
and we shall rejoice.
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quested that Begin's visit to
ing ceremonies. The timeta-
Cairo be postponed one week
ble according to which the
until April 9: Egyptian
various provisions of the
13rnni-nx 11111' flaw 4 Restore our fortunes, 0 LORD,
President Anwar Sadat later
treaty will be implemented is
like watercourses in the Negeb.
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denied that the request had been
geared to Israel's phased
made.
withdrawal from Sinai.
man t:Pvitn 5 They 'who sow in tears
Israel and Egypt signed
Israel will evacuate its mili-
shall reap with songs of joy.
nna
their historic peace treaty on
tary forces and civilians from
the White House lawn shortly
the Sinai Peninsula over a
npm 15 , 115n 6 Though he goes along weeping,
after 2 p.m. Monday before
three-year period. Two-thirds of
carrying the seed-bag,
yltn –Twn
4,000 spectators. In the
the peninsula will be turned
ceremony . televised around
over to Egypt within nine
he shall come back with songs of joy,
11312
the world, Premier Menahem
months of the exchange of "in-
carrying his sheaves.
nr35x NW)
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• Historic Handshake and Words
in Washington, March 26, 1979

With an historic handshake for peace on Monday on the lawn of the White House, -U.S.
President Jimmy Carter, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister
Menahem Begin marked the beginning of a new era in the turbulent Middle East.
The Psalm for Peace, Psalm 126, was read by Prime Minister Begin to mark the historic
occasion, and all three leaders referred to the prophetic words of Isaiah (Chapter 2):

The word that Isaiah son of Amoz prophesied concerning Judah and Jerusalem.
In the days to come, The Mount of the Lord's House shall stand firm above the mountains
and tower above the hills; and all the nations shall gaze on it with joy.
And the many peoples shall go and shall say: "Come, let us go up to the Mount of the Lord, to
the House of the God of Jacob; that He may instruct us in His ways, and that we may walk in his
paths." For instruction shall come forth from Zion, the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. •
Thus He will judge among the nations and arbitrate for the many peoples,
. And they shall bent their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks:
Nation shall not lift up sword against nation; Neither shall they learn war anymore.

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