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July 27, 1979 - Image 18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 21, 1919

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Autonomy Talks
Resume Sunday

Socialist International Split Over PLO Talk

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israel-Egypt-U.S.
working groups on aspects
of the autonomy talks are to
begin their deliberations in
Alexandria Sunday, Israel
Radio reported.
The arrangement was
made in a telephone call be-
tween Egyptian Premier
Mustapha Khalil and Is-
rael's Interior Minister
Yosef Burg, the two chair-
men of the full autonomy
committees. The full com-
mittees will convene as
scheduled Aug. 5-6 in Haifa.

STOCKHOLM (JTA) —
The Socialist International
ended its leadership confer-
ence over the weekend with
the 22 delegations almost
evenly split over whether
the International's
president, former West
German Chancellor Willy
Brandt, and its vice
president, Austrian Chan-
cellor Bruno Kreisky,
should have met with Yasir
Arafat, head of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion in Vienna earlier this
month.
The conference debated
SHIMON PERES
the issue for four hours in useful (in the search for
closed session Friday with peace) and efficient."
Kreisky defending his ac-
Sources told the Jewish
tions and Shimon Peres,
chairman of Israel's Labor Telegraphic Agency that
Party, strongly condemning several delegations, includ-
it. Brandt, who is also ing those from Ireland, Hol-
chairman of West Ger- land, Norway and Senegal
many's ruling Social Demo- opposed Kreisky's initia-
cratic Party, did not attend tive. The Austrian chancel-
the conference due to ill- lor's chief supporter during
the debate was former
ness.
Swedish Premier Olaf
"We cannot deal with an Palme.
organization which wants
Peres and Kreisky met for
to put an end to the very two hours Friday before the
existence of the state of Is- start of the two-day confer-
rael," Peres said after the ence. Peres said he had ex-
meeting. He enumerated pressed the Labor Party's
the sections of the PLO dissatisfaction on three
Charter which calls for the major points: that Kreisky
destruction of Israel and de- and Brandt had not con-
clared that "no Socialist or demned Palestinian ter-
democratic state can accept rorism while they did
such conditions."
criticize Israeli settlements
Kreisky said, "The on the West Bank; that they
major difference is that failed to react when Arafat
for Peres the PLO is not a compared Israel's adminis-
partner for negotiations tration of the territories to
while I think the time will the "Nazi occupation"; and
come when the PLO will that they had agreed to
become a negotiation meet with Arafat without
partner." He stressed, "I obtaining a pledge that the
will continue my contacts PLO's Charter would be
with Arafat if I find them changed to eliminate the

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to Make First Allocation

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The new $3 million annual
Fund for Jewish Education
(FJE) of the Federation of
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Sept. 20 to submit their re-
quests to Federation's
Board of Jewish Education
of Greater New York which
is administering the Fund.
' The FJE was created
within the past year
through an alliance be-
tween Federation and the
United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York, and the
Joseph S. Gruss family,
long-time benefactors of
Jewish education. In a
matched fund arrangement,
the Gross family, UJA and
Federation agreed to con-
tribute annual sums of $1
million each for a five-year
period.
, The 16-member commit-
tee, which has evaluated
and set objectives, com-
prises four subcommittees,
each responsible for a key
aspect of Jewish education
here. Funds will be allo-
cated in the following areas
of education: demonstration
grants for formal and in-
formal Jewish education —
essentially for innovative
projects; financial assis-
tance in the form of basic
grants and block grants to
schools; grants for educator
welfare benefits; and grants
for school mergers.

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clauses calling for the de-
struction of Israel.
Peres also appealed to
the Socialist leaders here
not to abandon their tra-
ditional pro-Israeli pol-
icy. He pointed to Israel's
contributions to
socialism and democ-
racy. Peres stressed that
it would be harmful to Is-
rael's interests if a PLO
delegation was invited to
a Socialist International
meeting, even as an ob-
server.
, It is believed that Brandt
and Kreisky plan to invite a
PLO delegation to the
Socialist International
meeting in Madrid next
year. A decision on this is
expected to be made when
the Socialist International.

Bureau meets in Lisbon
Oct. 30-31.
Last week, Israel's Labor
Party informed the Socialist
International that it will
"suspend its activities"
within the International if
Arafat is invited to attend a
session. The message was
conveyed to Brandt by
Labor MK Micha Harish in
Strasbourg.

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