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March 07, 1980 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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Golda Meir's Associate Believes
Israel Compromised Too Much

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Would Golda Meir have
agreed to the conditions
which the Begin govern-
ment accepted in order to
arrive at peace with Egypt?
Mordecai Gazit, a central
figure in Israel's diplomatic
service and a long time
associate of Golda Meir, an-
swered that question with a
categorical "no."
Golda, Gazit said, would
never have agreed to the
evacuation of the Jewish
settlements in the Sinai and
would never have gone
along with the relinquish-
ment of Shari e1-Sheik.

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She was ready for com-
promises, he said, but not
the huge compromises
which Begin accepted in
order to arrive at a peace
agreement.
Gazit was interviewed in
the afternoon Hebrew daily,
Maariv.
In response to a question
as to whom Golda liked and
whom she did not. Gazit re-
plied, She had enormous
respect for Ben-Gurion de-
spite the very serious dif-
ferences of opinion between
the two of them. She very
much treasured Henry Kis-
singer. She lionized Gen.

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David Elazar, who was at
the head of the armed forces
during the Yom Kippur
War.
"Her relationships to
Moshe Dayan were rather
complicated. She regarded
him as a very great military
commander, but she also
was aware of his shortcom-
ings.
"Her relationship to
Yigal Allon was, as a gen-
eral rule, a positive one. So
far as Shimon Peres is con-
cerned, she did not trust
him in the beginning; how-
ever in her later years she
modified her opinion and
supported his candidacy for
the premiership. She very
much cherished Yitzhak
Rabin in whom she had im-
plicit faith."

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Alfred Gottschalk, left, president of Hebrew
Union College, is shown with Ivan Novick, Zionist
Organization of America president, at the recent
dedication ceremonies of the expanded Judaic
studies department at the ZOA's Kfar Silver High
School in Israel. The ZOA's Detroit District maintains
scholarship funds on behalf of Kfar Silver.

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Long after you have gone, forests in Israel
renewing themselves in the cycle of sea-
sons, will keep your memory ever green.
When making your Will, provide that a
forest in Israel be planted in your name or
in that of someone dear to you, handing
down your last wish from generation to
generation.

ZOA President Urges Israel
to Send Emissaries to U.S.

NEW YORK — Ivan difficulties in understand-
Novick, president of the ing the issues, which is im-
Zionist Organization of perative if public opinion is
America, has recommended to remain firmly sympathe-
that Israel send "30 knowl- tic."
edgeable, articulate and
Novick said that the task
capable spokesmen" to the is complicated and made
U.S. to provide information more severe by blatant ef-
on Israel's policies and posi- forts of those forces that
tion on pertinent issues" hope to put pressure on Is-
during what he called the rael, defusing its support,
next 90-120 critical days.
especially in the American
"World Jewry, while sup- Jewish community.
portive of Israel, faces great
He added, "It is in Ameri-
ca's best interest that the
Jewish state be provided the
maximum support in eco-
nomic, military and politi-
cal requirements."

A bequest to the J.N.F. is a bequest to the
entire Jewish 'people, linking the name
of the Testator with Israel in perpetuity.

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