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June 15, 1979 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, June 15, 1919

Herut Convention Unanimously Re-Elects Begin

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
14th national convention of
Herut ended last week with

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the re-election of Premier
Menahem Begin as party
chairman by an almost
unanimous vote.
Although there was con-
siderable grumbling about
the state of the nation's
economy and mutterings
that the price paid for peace
with Egypt — the eventual
evacuation of Sinai — was

too high, Begin carried the
1,400 delegates with him on
a wave of rhetoric designed
to appeal to their ultra-
nationalist sentiments.
In a lengthy closing
speech the premier vowed
that any attempt to declare
a Palestinian state on the
West Bank and Gaza Strip
would be crushed instantly.

Anti-Smuggling Pact With Israel Nixed by Egypt

In a message con_veyed
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Egypt has rejected an Is- through diplomatic chan-
raeli proposal for a bina- nels the Egyptian police
tional peace effort against said they could not consider
smuggling and the drug a coordinated effort with Is-
traffic in Sinai. rael at this time.
Israeli police still hope to
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Egyptian
counterparts
in Journalism
when the normalization

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