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April 18, 1980 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-18

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Friday, April 18, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sadat Conciliatory With Jews,
Adamant in Press Club Speech

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat was reported to have
told U.S. Jewish leaders last
week that Israel should con-
trol its own defense but it
was not immediately clear
as to whether this included
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Israel since the Six-Day
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According to Israel
Singer, director of the North
American branch of the
World Jewish Congress,
who was one of 11 American
Jewish leaders attending
the half-hour meeting at
Blair House at Sadat's invi-
tation, the Egyptian
president was told by Edgar
Bronfman, acting chairman
of the WJCongress
Presidium's Executive, that
Jews are united on three
elements: unity of
Jerusalem under Jewish
sovereignty, success of the
Camp David process, and
that Israel's defense should
be solely in Israel's hands.
Bronfman is also the chair-
man of the WJC-North
American Section.
"On that point (the last
one) Sadat agreed fully,"
Singer said to reporters
outside Blair House. La-
ter, however, Rabbi Ar-
thur Hertzberg, vice
president of the WJC,
said that while Sadat did
agree "he did not specify
what points."
Hertzberg added that
"this was not a map-
drawing conversation." He
also said that "the conversa-
tion was not one of immi-
nent crisis."
Bronfman would only say
to reporters that "we had a
very pleasant and instruct-

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ive meeting and a very good
understanding." He would
not elaborate.
Regarding an undivided
Jerusalem, Jacques
Torczyner, president, World
Union of General Zionists,
reported Sadat as saying
that "every time this matter
is brought up (Israeli Pre-
mier Menahem) Begin says
this is not negotiable."
Sadat added that "this is a
matter to be discussed la-
ter," Torczyner said.
Others present were:
Rabbi Arthur Schneier,
chairman, WJC-American
Section; Kalman Sultanik,
president, World Confeder-
ation of United Zionists;
Ivan Novick, president,
Zionist Organization of
America; Bernice Tannen-
baum, president, Hadassah;
Charlotte Jacobson, chair-
man, World Zionist
Organization-American
Section; Richard Clurman,
adviser to Bronfman and a
former editor of Time maga-
zine; and Daniel Thursz,
executive vice president,
Bnai Brith.

* * *

Sadat Adamant
at Press Club

In a National Press Club
address the same day Sadat
was adamant against any
concessions to Israel on the
issues of Jerusalem, Pales-
tinian statehood and Jewish
settlements on the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
He declared that "natur-
ally, a final settlement" on
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip "should be based on
the right to self-
determination," language
that is considered to mean
eventual statehood for the
Palestinians.
Sadat appeared to
exclude Jews specifically
from rights in East
Jerusalem when, later in
his address, he said that
"Arab sovereignty and Is-
lamic and Christian rights
would be observed in East
Jerusalem" under the type
of settlement he envisaged.
Sadat contended that
"self-determination
poses no threat to Israel
and its security. On the
contrary, it is the only
sure way to peaceful and
harmonious co-
existence."
He took issue with the
proposition that Jews have
a right to live anywhere.
"Certainly," he said, "all
peoples must be treated
equally and without any
discrimination. However,
no people has the right to
live in other people's terri-
tory without their consent
and free acceptance. To say
otherwise would not only
run contrary to the norms of
international law and
legitimacy but it would also
create a dangerous prece-
dent none of us could live
with."
Sadat said that full au-
tonomy on the West Bank
and Gaza would be an Is-
raeli gesture "in response to
my historic visit to
Jerusalem."

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