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10 Friday, April 20, 11T11111111.11 % DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel, Egypt Halt Dispute, Peace Process Continuing

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action," Egypt would be
bound to aid her under their
mutual defense pact.
Both Begin and Dayan
fired off sharp protests to
the U.S. over the Egyptian
Premier's remarks. But,
having made their point
forcefully and publicly, they
.do not seem inclined now to
pursue the issue further.
The energy ministers of
Israel and Egypt toured the
Sinai oilfields on Tuesday in
what from all accounts was
a friendly, productive meet-
ing on matters relating to
the return of the last of the
oilfields to Egypt. Yitzhak
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tian counterpart, Ahmed
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to supply Israel with Sinai
oil under terms of the peace
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perts to convene in Tel Aviv
in about a week on technical
matters. Modai and his
aides flew to the Abu Rodeis
oilfields in western Sinai to
meet with Hilal. After a
short chat, the two men flew

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to the Alma oilfields at
A-Tur on the Gulf of Suez.
Israel returned Rodeis to
the Egyptians in 1975
under the Sinai II interim
agreement. It will turn over
the A-Tur fields in seven
months. They yield about
30,000 barrels of oil a day.

Hilal appeared satisfied
with the Israeli installa-
tions at A-Tur. The joint
committee will discuss the
future status of the Neptune
Co. which discovered the
A-Tur oil and operates the
field. Another matter will
be compensation to Israel
for whatever equipment is
left behind for Egypt and
the manner in which the oil-
fields will be transferred to
the Egyptians.

that all of the problems will
be solved to the satisfaction
of both sides. Hilal, asked
about the decision this week
by the Arab Organization of
Oil Producing and Export-
ing Countries (AOPEC) to
suspend Egypt, replied that
the fact that Egypt is
negotiating with Israel
should indicate that it will
not be deterred by threats.
Egypt's imports of Arab oil
products amount to only six
percent of its needs.
Hilal said that in- any
case, Egypt will carry out its
obligation to supply Israel
with oil.

Interior
Meanwhile,
Minister Yosef Burg, leader
of the National Religious
Party, was named to head
the Israeli team that will
negotiate with Egypt on
Palestinian autonomy.
Those talks will begin
within one month. Burg's
appointment decided Fri-
day at a meeting of the
11-man ministerial coni-
mittee on autonomy, under
Prime Minister Begin.
The committee, as ex-
pected, nominated a team of
five ministers to serve to-
gether with Burg: Dayan,
Weizman, Sharon, Yadin
and Nissim. The negotiat-
ing team is to report back
periodically to the commit-
tee, which is to decide on
substantial issues of policy.
The appointment of Burg
evolved when it became

Modai said later that
there were good chances

As for the future, he said
Israeli companies will be
able to bid for Egyptian oil
on the same 'terms as any
other companies in the
world.

Tourist Facility
Is Being Built

Dayan Backs Autonomy Plan
in Speech to W.B. Villagers

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael is preparing for the his-
toric occasion next month
when Israel and Egypt will
declare their borders open
for the free movement of -
civilians between the two
countries.
While the army is ready-
ing the first phase of its
withdrawal from Sinai, Is-
raeli workers are building a
large new terminal at Ne'ot
Sinai, close to El Arish,
which will serve as a cus-
toms inspection and border
control point until the with-
drawal is completed in three
years.
A similar terminal is con-
templated at a point near
Sharm el-Sheikh in south-
ern Sinai for tourists wish-
ing to cross the border there.
The open borders will be
declared late in May after
El Arish is formally re-
turned to Egyptian sover
eignty.
* * *

Israeli Rabbi
to Serve in Egypt

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Rabbi Yitzhak Dabbi of Tel
Aviv is expected to leave for
Cairo immediately after
Passover to assume the post
of rabbi to the small Jewish
community.
Dabbi's appointment to
the pgst followed the an-
nouncement by Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef
on. Sunday that the Egyp-
tian government has
granted permission for an
Israeli rabbi to head the
congregation in Cairo.
Dabbi, 47, was born and
educated in Alexandria
where his father, Rabbi
Maatouk Dabbi, served as
deputy chief rabbi. He came
to Israel 26 years ago and is
presently a kashrut official
at the Tel Aviv rabbinate.
Rabbi Yosef indicated
that the Egyptian govern-
ment will pay the new rab-
bi's expenses out of state
religious funds.

Nothing is more unac-
countable than the spell
that often lurks in a spoken
word.
— Nathaniel Hawthorne

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan defended the au-
tonomy plan to settlers on
the West Bank and assured
them that it will not affect
significant changes in the
status of Jewish settle-
ments. Addressing a meet-
ing at Tomer in the Jordan
Valley north of Jericho
Sunday night, Dayan called
for an increase in the
number of settlements and
the number of settlers.
He said he "could not im-
agine" any future Israeli
government adopting a
different policy.
Dayan said that the Sinai
pattern whereby Israel
agreed to remove its settle-
ments and settlers would
not serve as a precedent for
the West Bank because the
status of the two areas is
different. Sinai was under
Egyptian sovereignty and
now will revert to Egyptian
sovereignty, he said.
He also observed that
the Golan Heights were
formerly under Syrian
sovereignty, leading
some observers to specu-
late that he was signaling
a readiness by Israel to
treat the Golan as it did
Sinai. (The statement
stirred hawks within the
Likud coalition to ask for
Dayan's resignation.)
But with respect to the
West Bank, Dayan insisted
that the status of the Jewish
settlements would remain
"the same as Nahalal or De-
gania" ever after the "aboli-
tion of the military govern-
ment." The Camp David ac-
cords deliberately used the
words "withdrawal of' with
respect to the military gov-
ernment but Dayan blurred
the distinction.
He stressed that au-
tonomy was intended for the
Arab villages and towns on
the West Bank, not the
Jewish settlements, It is
better for Israel to base its
relations with the local
Arabs on autonomy since
the perpetuation of the mili-
tary government is imprac-
tical I and inadvisable,
Dayan said.
However, he cautioned

that autonomy was only a
transitional arrangement
and after five years "borders
and peace" will have to be
negotiated between Israel
and Jordan.

JWB to Meet

NEW YORK — Jewish
community leaders from 20
cities will gather May 27-30
for the 1979 Western States
Regional Conference of the
Jewish Welfare Board. The
conference will take place at
the Camelback Inn,
Scottsdale, Ariz. -
William Kahn, executive
vice president of the United
Jewish Federation of
Pittsburgh, will be keynote
speaker of the conference,
the theme of which is "An-
ticipating the Eighties."

Hearing Impaired
Hold Convention

The National Conference
of Synagogue Youth will
hold a convention for
Jewish hearing impaired
teenagers April 27-29 in
Cleveland, Ohio.
The program is designed
to reach out to the special
needs of the Jewish hearing
impaired as well as to hear-
ing teenagers.
For information and
reservations, call Saralee
Snow, 557-0227.

clear that Dayan did not
want the position because
he felt the authority of the
negotiators would be too
circumscribed.
Burg's appointment is
seen as a shrewd political
move by Begin, calculated
to soothe the fears of the
NRP and other rightist cir-
cles about what the au-
tonomy might mean, both in
terms of Israel's political
hold over the West Bank
and Gaza and in terms of its
effect on the Jewish settle
in these areas.
Dayan denied reports of
recent tension between
himself and the Prime
Minister. "I know of none
and I feel none," Dayan
said.
The foreign minister
leaves for a tour of a number
of Far Eastern countries
Monday. These include
Thailand and Singapore. He
is expected back in time to
participate in the internal
deliberations leading up to
the opening of the au-
negotiations.
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