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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 4, 1980

VISH
FOR
JEWELRY

Egypt 'Parliament Pressures Israelis on Jerusalem

the flood of adverse public- preted that remark as sub-
ity launched against Jewish, tle criticism of the Israeli
government policy of estab-
presence on the West Bank.
Another cause is his re- lishing an Israeli civilian
Highest dollars paid for
fusal to bend any further presence in Judea and
your diamonds, gold,
towards Egypt's demands Samaria.
Israeli supporters•have
sterling or old jewelry!
which he repeatedly has
said are outside those ac- noted that the Egyptians
cords. He conveyed this have broken the Camp
position to special Ameri- David accords both in letter
can Ambassador Sol and spirit. They note that no
criticism has arisen over the
Linowitz last week.
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During the past week, Egyptian icy treatment of
Begin has come" under in- the first Israeli representa-
CALL FOR
creasingly harsh attacks tives in Cairo, including Is-
APPOINTMENT
from both the right and the rael's Ambassador Eliahu
left among media pundits, Ben-Elissar. Apart from
who have concentrated on diplomatic formalities,
"settlements." Although Egyptians are boycotting
"settlements" are not men- social events that include
tioned in either the Camp Israeli officials.
While the Camp David
David- accords or Egyptian-
Israeli peace agreement, accords call for an "adminis-
PARTIES BY
they have become a princi- trative council," for the
pal "obstacle to peace" — in West Bank and Gaza, to
Carter Administration conduct local government
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Bank-Gaza Strip autonomy. foreign affairs, the Egyp-
On the autonomy talks, tians want a "legislative
Egypt and Israel are far council" that is seen as a
apart. It has become prescription for a Palesti-
clear the U.S. has in- nian state.
In addition, the accords
creased its support for
the Egyptian position. specifically exclude
That this stalemate is not Jerusalem, but Egypt in-
expected to be broken in sists on East Jerusalem
the April talks is already being included in the West
anticipated by Sadat, Bank elections. Egypt prop-
who said in. Cairo last oses a committee to provide
Friday he would take security guarantees for Is-
part in a three-way sum- - rael but the accords call for
mit with both Carter and Israeli military units to be
in specified areas. Thus,
Begin.
In his address on the an- Egypt goes beyond the
niversary of the Egyptian- Camp David accords, pro-
Israeli treaty a week ago, Israeli observers noted.
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there is no hope for pro-
the Camp David accords.
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Some of those present inter- gress," one observer
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of 12 Mile Rd.
noted. "The purpose of
the Washington talks is to
break this deadlock. The
question is whether
Sadat is prepared for au-
tonomy under the ac-
cords. If he is, there are
no problems. The settle-
ments are a completely
marginal issue. That they

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(Continued from Page 1)
pro-American influence
in the Middle East, a
reputation enhanced by
his taking the former
Shah of Iran out of U.S.
accountability.
As on previous visits,
Sadat is booked for a Na-
tional Press Club appear-
ance on the last day of his
visit, Thursday.
Israeli Prime Minister
Menahem Begin will be in
the U.S. April 15-16 with
his prestige at possibly the
lowest ever assessed for an
Israeli leader. One cause is

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Egypt agrees with the ac-
cord agreement can be
reached today."
Meanwhile, two other
factors loom. One is the
move by European nations
to alter Security Council
Resolution 242 that under-
pins the Camp David ac-
cords. The U.S. is commit-
ted against any changes in
Resolution 242, but obser-
vers have noted the State
Department is apparently
not going beyond May 26 on
this commitment.
The other is the drive by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, exuberant by
its successes for diplomatic
recognition in West Europe
and most lately in India,
where PLO chief Yasir .
Arafat last Friday pro-
claimed a new "holy war"
against Israel and called for
volunteers to fight Zionism,
imperialism and col-
onialism — PLO code words
for Israel, the U.S. and other
democratic nations.
On PLO initiative, the
Arab delegates at the UN
are pressing a Security
Council resolution on Pales-

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