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September 14, 1979 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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10 Friday, September 14, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

State Dept. Unhappy Over Votes

(Continued from Page 1)
tion. Five members of the
26-member commission
abstained and six were ab-
sent. No negative votes
were cast.
The resolution was of-
fered by Ben Wittaker of
Great Britain as a re-
placement to an original
draft that urged all UN
member states to "extend
their support" to the
PLO. This was discarded
when commission mem-
bers failed to agree. Car;
ter reportedly described
the • measure as an
"over-kill" of the Palesti-
nian situation.
The second resolution,
adopted by consensus,
called on Israel to "desist
forthwith from the bombing
of the civilian population"
in south Lebanon. This reso-

rael's right to exist in peace,
and the other resolution be-
cause it would have had to
be "more even-handed and
include- the PLO."
Carter's official title is
"ambassador-at-large and
coordinator for state and
local government" with
offices in the State Depart-
ment. He was appointed
about a year ago, the State
When the news of Ambas- Department said, as an ex-
sador Carter's vote reached pert in human rights. The
the State Department, source described Carter 'as
"tempers were not very good "a black leader in America."
because he did not ask for
guidance," a State Depart- GOT A PROBLEMI
ment source said. The
source said the U.S. would DAVE'S .
not have officially approved
either resolution, the reso-
lution explicitly favorable
to the PLO because of U.S.
A flush beats a full house
policy requiring that the
967-3343
PLO must first recognize Is-
no sabbath calls

lution also said "the sub.:-
commission deeply deplores
the violation of fundamen-
tal rights of the Arab popu-
lation in Palestine." The Is-
raeli observer at the meet-
ing was prevented from
speaking. The subcommis-
sion had agreed not to allow
observers to join the discus-
sion on resolutions.

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HAIFA (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan has
requested that the Israel
Defense Force assist him in
setting up additional meet-
ings with Arabs from the
West Bank and Gaza Strip
in an attempt to gain an
overview of their approach
to the autonomy plan.
In a televised interview,
Dayan said that it is of the,
utmost importance to con:
duct discussions with Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion supporters, so long as
they are not involved in il-
legal activities and are not
official representatives of
the PLO. He has thus asked
officials in the military gov-
ernment to aid him in or-
ganizing further talks.
On his meeting with Dr.
-Ahmed Hamaz Natcha, - the
foreign minister said that
he had not known Natcha
was a member of the Pales-
tine National Council
(PNC), and stressed that the
meeting had the required
approval of the military
government.
The meeting was in-
itiated by Gen. Danny
Matt, coordinator of ac-
tivities in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip. Informed
military sources, mean-
while, noted that the IDF
would arrange further
meetings between Dayan
and prominent West
Bankers.
West Bank reaction to the
meeting was fairly muted, -
and Arab political sources
in the area find it hard to
explain why Dayan chose to
speak with Natcha 10 days
after his controversial
meeting with PLO suppor-
ter Dr. Haider Abdul-Shafi.
The mayor of Hebron ob-
served that Dayan's motive
in speaking with Natcha
was either one of prop-
aganda or a step in the di-
rection of including the PLO
in the negotiations. Either
way, said the mayor, "the
leader of the PLO is in Be-
irut."
In Washington, Secretary

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held Dayan's* recent meet-
ings with two Palestinians
as being within Israeli-
American understandings
about such contacts and
characterized them as aid-
ing the "autonomy negotia-
tions" between Israel and
Egypt for the West Bank
and Gaza Strip.

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