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June 22, 1979 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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18 Friday, June 22, 1979

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ADL Says Settlements Hurt Israel's Image in the U.S.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Current and recent data col-
lated by the Anti-
Defamation League shows
that "U.S. public opinion
views recent settlement ac-

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tivity as going beyond the "less exercised ... feels
appropriate line of activity less strongly" about them
by Israel." This was re- than the U.S. Administra-
ported in Jerusalem Tues- tion. Sadat seemed to
day by Maxwell Greenberg, think the settlements
president of the ADL. He were negotiable and not a
said his organization was factor destroying the
"concerned" and that he peace prospects.
would be reporting these
Greenberg and ADL Na-
findings to Premier tional Director Nathan
Perlmutter released an
Menahem Begin.
The ADL study focused on ADL fact-sheet on an organ-
reaction to the Elon Moreh ization called "American
settlement, recently set up Near East Refugee Aid Inc."
which is involved in social
just outside Nablus.
On the issue of the legal- and charitable work among
ity of Jewish settlements in Palestinians on the West
the West Bank, Greenberg Bank. The fact sheet
criticized the Carter Ad- showed that ANERA is also
ministration and State De- heavily involved in pro-
partment legal aides for Palestinian political-
stating repeatedly that such informational-propaganda
settlement is illegal. His work in the U.S.
own position as a lawyer,
"There is a virtual
said Greenberg, and the unanimity of editorial opin-
position of the ADL Na- ion in the U.S." Greenberg
tional Commission, was said, criticizing the Elon
that settlement is "not Moreh settlement. The ADL
clearly illegal (as the Carter would be failing in its re-
Administration asserts) .. . sponsibility, the president
it is a very debatable issue said, if it•did not bring this
of law." Greenberg was not fact to the attention of Is-
prepared to say, on the other raeli policymakers.
hand, that settlements are
Israel was still the "most
clearly legal.
favored nation in the
On the U.S. Adminis- Mideast" in U.S. opinion
tratiori's assertions that polls. But the "trend" was
settlements are "an obs- not positive, said Greenberg
tacle to peace," Green- and Perlmutter, and this
berg said he suspected latest criticism over Elon
President Sadat was Moreh had not helped.



WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Carter and Soviet
President Leonid Brezhnev
agreed on SALT II, but on
little else at their summit
meetings in Vienna, includ-
ing the -Middle East and
Soviet emigration policy.
While no movement of
significance towards
agreement between the
superpowers was expected
on the Middle East in view
of Soviet opposition to the
Egyptian-Israeli treaty and
the Camp David accords,
the Soviets were seen as
having rejected even the
proposal that the United
Nations monitor the Sinai
when Israeli military forces
withdraw in accordance
with the Camp David
framework.

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If the UN does not supply
the force, the U.S. is com-
mitted to arrange for mili-
tary units to patrol the area.
Embittered by the
Egyptian, Israeli and
American activities in the
peace process, the Soviet
Union is supportive of
Arab "rejectionists" in-
cluding the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
that seek to undermine
the accords and thwart
Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's peaCe ef-
forts.
Whether President Car-
ter was successful in obtain-
ing "assurances" from
President Brezhnev on im-
proved emigration policy
also seemed negative.
Preliminary reports from
Vienna gave no sign of
Soviet relaxation. President
Carter is understood to have
been prepared to ask Con-
gress for a waiver of the
Jackson-Vanik Amend-
ment's restrictions. on U.S.
trade benefits for the Soviet
Union if Brezhnev agreed to
provide assurances on
emigration.
The Brezhnev entour-
age was stiffly unyield-
ing. Soviet spokesman
Leonid Zamayatin dis-
couraged speculation
that Soviet dissident
Anatoly Shcharansky
might be released from
prison soon.
Carter also raised the
issue of missing Swedish
diplomat Raoul Wallenber
gwith Brezhnev, but no ac-
tion materialized.

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Ultimately there can be
no freedom for self unless it
is vouchsafed for others.
— Felix Frankfurter

Sadat's popularity on the
other hand was steadily ris-
ing.
"Israel's policy need
not be determined by U.S.
public opinion," Green-
berg said. "But it is a fac-
tor to be taken into ac-
count."
Addressing the ADL in
New York before the Na-
tional Commission left for
its meeting in Israel,'a
Texas oil man said that the
U.S. has enough oil and- gas
reserves . to free the U.S.
from Arab oil bondage for
the next 500 years.
M.B. "Duke" Rudman
told the ADL that new gov-
ernment regulations and
incentives were needed be-
cause thousands of oil and
gas wells were "going beg-
ging" in the U.S. while
Americans pay twice the
cost for imported gas.

Haven for Viet
Nam Refugees
Urged by Begin

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
called on the nations of the
world Monday to admit Vie-
tnamese refugees and said
Israel would be prepared to
do its share on a propor-
tional basis.
Addressing the opening
session of the Zionist Gen-
eral Council meeting here,
he proposed that the heads
of state inform the United
Nations High Corn
sioner for Refugees, P
Hartling, that their gov-
ernments Were willing to
admit the refugees.

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