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July 13, 1979 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-13

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and Kreisky.
"Whatever differences
exist in this house," said
Peres, "we unite to face a
common danger. And we
unite in treating a mur-
derous group as a mur-
derous group." Peres
said he favored dialogue
with Palestinians but this
was a far cry from "sur-
render to terror." Earlier,
Peres announced that his
personal emissary left for
West Germany to lodge a
protest with Brandt.
In the vote, three Com-
munist members and two of
Sheli opposed the consensus
motion. Three Mapam
members — Chaika
Grossman, Meir Talmi and
Naftali Feder — abstained.
Nevertheless, Mapam ex-
pressed strong criticism of
the Vienna meeting, a
meeting which Mapam felt
will encourage Arafat and
the PLO to continue their
terrorist struggle against
Israeli citizens. During the
Knesset discussion, Labo-
rite Yossi Sarid lefft the
chamber.
The Israeli ambassador in
Vienna, Yaacov Doron, was
called home for consulta-
tions Monday, a diplomatic
means of displaying dis-
pleasure. It was reported
that Israel may postpone

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effect be bereft of rights,
with Israeli control over all
the area's resources."
Kreisky said that he per-
sonally was convinced that
the PLO leadership did not
(still) hold the view that Is-
rael had no right to exist. "I
am sure the PLO does not
believe in the destruction of
Israel," he said. He said the
meeting had evolved out of a
prolonged correspondence
between himself and
Arafat, a correspondence
during which he had writ
ten his own unequivocall,
negative opinion regarding
some of the PLO_positions.
Arafat was welcomed by
Kreisky and Minister of
Interior Erwin Lanc. on his
arrival from Sofia in a spe-
cial plane of the Bulgarian
Airline. In a short state=
ment Arafat rejected the
idea of negotiations with Is-
rael and said the Palesti-
nian problem can only be
solved within the United
Nations.
Political commentators
in
Jerusalem believe that
BRUNO KREISKY
Brandt and Kreisky will
"At a meeting like this, launch a new initiative to
one discusses a broad spur the current round of
spectrum of issues," negotiations on Palesti-
Kreisky said. "One nian autonomy between
speaks of the moral bases Israel, Egypt and the U.S.
Crown Prince Hassan of
of Judaism and to the
same extent one speaks Jordan met Kreisky on Fri-
of the bombing -of day during a stop in Vienna.
Lebanese villages and its Jordan and the Palestinians
consequences. One have declined to take part in
speaks of the extraordi- the autonomy talks on
nary arrogance with grounds that the Camp -
David agreements do not
which Israel behaves.
."Obviously — and this meet their demand for total
should be clear to you — the Israeli withdrawal.
In Washington; a State
comparison between Israel
and South Africa. There is a Department official issued a
position (which maintains) terse "no comment" when
that Israel intends to set up asked about the Kreisky-
a "Bantustan" on the West Brandt-Arafat meetings.
(See related story on
Bank — i.e., an area of Arab
population which would in Page 24.)

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sending its new envoy to
Austria, Ambassador-
designate Yissachar Ben-
Yaacov, who was to have
presented his credentials in
Vienna in 10 days.
Kreisky meanwhile, told
an Israel Radio interviewer
by telephone that he had
found Arafat to be "very
realistic, with a very realis-
tic approach."
Kreisky said he per-
sonally was convinced
that "Arafat and his
people want a peaceful
solution." They sought,
Kreisky said, an expres-
sion of identity for the
Palestinian people "and
the territorial basis for
this identity should be
the West Bank and
Gaza." (It was not clear
whether in this key
phrase Kreisky was ex-
pressing his own opinion
or reflecting Arafat's.)
Kreisky added that
Arafat was ready for a solu-
tion "within the framework
of the UN Charter." He did
not elaborate on this. He
added: "I personally believe
Arafat would recognize Is-
rael . . ." — on the condition
of Israel's recognizing the

Palestinian's right of self-
determination.
Asked if Arafat still
sought the eventual re-
moval of Israel, Kreisky
said the PLO leader was a
realist and knew that "Is-
rael has a strong position in
this part of the world."
Maariv ptiblished an
interview with Kreisky
from its Vienna correspon-
dent, Menahem Oberbaum,
in which the Austrian
Chancellor asserted that
the analogy between Is-
rael's policies and those of
South Africa was at the
focus of the tripartite meet-
ing in Vienna.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
An Israel. Bond Organiza-
tion bankers delegation,
whose banks and bank hold-
ing companies list assets of
nearly $30 billion and have
already invested signific-
antly in Israel Bonds, pre- '
dicted a role for Israel as the
"Switzerland of the Middle
East" provided a lasting
peace is achieved.
This was the view of
Frederick Deane Jr., chair-
man and chief executive
officer of the Bank of Vir-
ginia in Richmond, speak-
ing at the closing dinner of
the delegation which visited
Israel for a week under the
auspices of Israel Bonds.
Participating Michigan
bankers included Clifford C.
Van Dyke and John
Canepa.
The dinner, addressed by
Israel Manufacturers Asso-
ciation president Avraham
Shavit, provided an oppor-
tunity for the 20 bankers to
assess their impressions of

process will really succeed,
the Governor of the Bank of
Israel, Arnon Gafni, told the
Americans.
Unless this economic un-
derpinning of peace is pro-
vided, he saw disillusion
with the peace setting in
within 1 1/2-2 years. Gafni
called on the U.S., West
Germany, Japan and the
European Economic Corn-
munity, as well as world
money markets to join
forces in providing support.
Israel had amply
demonstrated the suc-
cesses that flow from ir
ported capital, Shimo_
Peres, chairman of the
opposition Labor Party,
told the group.
By investing loans pro-
vided from the sales of Is-
rael Bonds, capital notes
If a Middle East develop- and other government
ment fund' can amass $30- securities in the country's
$50 billion in the next de- infrastructure, Israel had
cade to boost economic de- reached the stage where she
velopment within both exported one-third of all
Egypt and Israel, the peace Middle East non-oil exports.

Israel "as bankers who are
interested in lending money
and getting it back."
Deane summed up his
views: "I think that the
achievement in industry
has been fantastic par-
ticularly when you con-
sider that it's been going
on while you had war at
the same time."
A theme heard more than
once was the "bad press" Is-
rael gets in the United
States. William Brenton,
chairman of Brenton Banks
of Des Moines, Iowa, said,
"This is a very dynamic
country. Instead of Bank
Leumi buying U.S. banks,
they ought to buy U.S.
newspapers. The mes age of
this country has not been
brought to us."

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