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September 07, 1979 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Wide Debate Over Palestinians

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The role of the Palestinians
in the Middle East peace
process received widespread
attention over the weekend.
Donald McHenry, named by
President Carter to succeed
- Andrew Young as U.S. am-
bassador to the United Na-
- tions, said it is necessary to
find some kind of way of in-
cluding Palestinians in the
search for peace" as the
Camp David agreements
l_ purpose.
Israeli Sephardic Chief
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef said
that Israel "should talk
v '- the Palestinians." Is-
I Deputy Premier
Yigael Yadin also said that
Israel must talk with the
Palestinians on the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.

McHenry indicated indi-
rectly that he agreed with
Young's assessment that it
is foolish for the U.S. to re-
fuse to talk with PLO repre-
sentatives. However, he
was careful not to mention
the PLO when he said that
the Camp David accords
make it clear that the U.S.
will have to find some way
of including the Palesti-
nians in the search for the
Mideast peace.

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On another issue,
McHenry, whose nomi-
nation must be approved
by the Senate, said he
hoped his appointment
was on the basis of his
qualities and not because
of his color or as a tactic
to ease tensions between
blacks and Jews follow-
ing Young's resignation.
Yadin, in discussing the
Palestinians, told Israel
Radio that we cannot ex-
pect to make any break-
throughs on the autonomy
plan Or any other plan if we
do not speak with the resi-
dents living in the areas
(West Bank and Gaza Strip)
to which the plan addresses
itself." But, he stressed,
this does not mean we
should consent to speak
with persons who say they
are speaking on behalf of
the PLO. On that we have a
government decision."

* * *

Carter Statement
on Palestinian State
In a related development,
Carter told Florida news-
paper editors in an inter-
view last Thursday in
Plains, Ga. that "I have
never met an Arab leader
that in private professed a
desire for an independent
Palestinian state. Publicly,
they all espouse an inde-
pendent Palestinian state,
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1974 where Arab heads of
state acknowledged the
PLO as representing the
Palestinians.
But, Carter added, "the
private diplomatic tone of
conversations is much more
proper than is often alleged
by the press and others."
Commenting on specula-
tion that Saudi Arabia
would decrease or halt
entirely its oil shipments to
the U.S. unless the Palesti-
nian issue is resolved, Car-
ter stated that no Arab nor
any other foreign leader had
tried to use oil supply as
blackmail since he has been
in the White House.
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem
on Sunday, Premier
Menahem Begin told the
Cabinet he has rejected a
Romanian request. that Is-
rael meet with the PLO.
The request was deliv-
ered by Vasile Pungun, a
special representative of
Romanian President
Nicolae Ceausescu.
Begin briefed the Cabinet
on the meeting in which
Pungun reported on
Ceausescu's recent talks
with PLO chief Yasir Arafat
and Syrian President Hafez
Assad.

Soviet Link to Terrorism
Revealed in PBS Broadcast

NEW YORK (JTA) --
"The Russian Connection,"
a documentary that details
hard evidence of Soviet in-
volvement in the training of
PLO terrorists, will be tele-
vised Sept. 25 by the Public
Broadcasting Service.
The television documen-
tary, a co-production of
KERA-TV, .Dallas-Fort
Worth, and the Canadian
Broadcasting Corp., will be
aired simultaneously in the
United States and Canada.
"The Russian Connec-
tion" features the first pub-
lic admission by officers of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization of their train-
ing in the Soviet Union.
The program reveals
the type of training they
received and the names
and places of the Soviet
KGB camps where ter-
rorist training takes
place. Three other ter-
rorist groups from Africa
and the Middle East also
receiving training are
named by those who
trained with them in Rus-
sia.
The documentary begins
with the death of Gail Ru-
bin, an American photo-

PLO's Aims
Are Assailed

NEW YORK — Israel's
ambassador to the United
Nations, Yehuda Blum, last
week said a stepped-up
campaign to destroy the
Camp David Middle East
peace process has been
launched by the Palestine
Liberation Organization in
collaboration with the
Soviet Union.
He told a group of 300 na-
tional leaders of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith that the recent Gen-
eral Assembly debate on the
"legitimate rights" of the
Palestinians "should be
viewed in the context" of the
PLO vow to destroy the
Camp David agreements.
He said that as a result of
this campaign, the
"Secretariat has been
abused, UN funds wasted,
and the worst type of 'Der
Sturmuer' propaganda
against the Jewish people
displayed in the UN build-
ing."
Blum went on to say that
the Committee on the In-
alienable Rights of the
Palestinian People has been
transferred into the "UN
arm of the terrorist PLO"
and is moving the General
Assembly toward the adop-
tion of resolutions which
call for the destruction of Is-
rael.

grapher murdered by a
Fatah terrorist squad on a
beach in Israel in March
1978. Surrounding her
death was a web of connec-
tions in transnational ter-
rorism that reached to the
Soviet Union, East Ger-
many, Syria and to PLO
training bases in Lebanon.
Analysis and commen-
tary are given by Ray Cline,
formerly head of intelli-
gence, U.S. Department of
State, now director of the
Center for Strategic
Studies, Georgetown Uni-
versity; Brian Crozier, di-
rector of the Institute for the
Study of Conflict, London;
and by Gen. Shlomo Gazit,
head of Israeli Military In-
telligence, 1974-1979.

Wintergreen Publica-
tions, an unusual company
that publishes all its mate-
rial by hand, supplies many
congregations throughout
the country with religious
manuscripts. Among the re-
cipients is Cantor Harold
Orbach of Temple Israel in
Detroit.

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tion have been discovered,
including German measles
(rubella), X-ray damage,
lead poisoning, malnutri-
tion, meningitis,
chromosomal damage, pre-
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