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September 28, 1979 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Vance Asks Palestinian Envoys,
Jordan, Syria to Join M.E. Talks

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United Nations (JTA) —
Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance urged the "represen-
tatives of the Palestinians"
and the governments of
Jordan and Syria to join in
the peace negotiations now
in progress between Egypt
and Israel.
In his address before the
United Nations General
Assembly, Vance renewed
America's "unshakable
commitment to Israel's ,se-
curity and well-being, now
and in the future." That
statement followed his view
that We know an ultimate
settlement must address
the legitimate rights of the
Palestinian people" and
that the Palestinian ques-
tion must be resolved in all
of its aspects."

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In a related development,
King Hussein of Jordan in-
sisted that "Israel must
withdraw from the ter-
ritories it occupied in June
1967, must respect the
rights of the displaced
Palestinians to return to
their homeland and must
stop its denial of the Pales-

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of Anti-Semitism

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Meanwhile,
Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko said that "the
separate deal" between Is-
rael and Egypt "resolved
nothing" and that the USSR
is in favor of a comprehen-
sive settlement in the Mid-
dle East.
Addressing the Gen-
eral Assembly, Gromyko
reiterated his country's
viewpoint that a settle-
ment in the Middle East
requires "that Israel
should end its occupation
of all Arab lands it seized
in 1967, that the legiti-
mate rights of the Arab
people of Palestine, in-
cluding the right to
create their own state, be
safeguarded and that the
right of all states in the
Middle East, including
Israel, to independent
existence under condi-
tions of peace, be effec-
tively guaranteed."

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The attorney for three
Jewish defendants has
asked that a Federal district
attorney in Grand Rapids be
removed for a case because
of anti-Semitism.
Michigan Deputy Secre-
tary of State Normal Ber-
kowitz; Morris Gleicher,
co-owner of a Detroit public
relations firm; and film-
maker Theodore Petok have
been accused by U.S. Attor-
ney James F. Brady of con-
spiracy and fraud in connec-
tion with the design of
Michigan's award-winning
1976 Bicentennial license
plate.
The attorney for the
defendants,
three
Goodman,
William
charged Brady harassed
the defendants to testify
against each other before
a Grand Rapids Federal
grand jury, withheld wit-
nesses from the grand
jury when they indicated
they would not testify the
way Brady wanted them
to, withheld evidence
from the defense and vio-
lated long-standing pre-
cedents by obtaining new
indictments without hav-
ing new evidence.
The original charges were
scheduled to be heard in
Grand Rapids today. The
defense motion was filed in
Detroit.

Nazi Trial Delay

NEW YORK — A Dutch
Court has ruled that 80-
year-old art collector Pieter
Menten is presently too ill
mentally and physically to
stand trial for taking part in
the murder of 20-30 Ukrai-
nians and Jews during
World War II.

tinians' right to self-
determination, including
the right to establish an in-
dependent state if they so ,
wish" if the - Middle East
problem is to be solved.
The Jordanian ruler
criticized the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty and the
Camp David accords, main-
taining that only a com-
prehensive peace can solve
the Middle East problem.
He charged that by mak-
ing peace with Israel, Egypt
fell "into the Israeli trap
aimed at fragmenting the
united Arab front" and
claimed that despite the
Egyptian-Israeli agree-
ment, peace has become
"more elusive than before."
In his speech to the
General Assembly, Hus-
sein attacked the Isareli
plan for autonomy on the
West Bank and Gaza
Strip, noting that Israeli
leaders said they were
willing to grant au-
tonomy for the people in
those territories but not
for the land. This, he said,
is "unacceptable."
He maintained that "the
-occupied territories are in-
divisible . . . . The West
Bank and Gaza are no
different from the Sinai or
the Golan Heights. They are
occupied territories and the
occupation must end." He
described Jerusalem and
the West Bank as "the heart
of Palestine" and declared
that those territories cannot
be subject "to bargaining."

Friday, September 28, 1919 11

S. Africa Official Halts Israel Trip

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Officials at the South Afri-
can Embassy in Tel Aviv
said they did not know
whether Finance Minister

Owen Peter Horwood of
South Africa would visit Is-
rael in the near future, fol-
lowing the postponement"
of his visit.

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