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April 25, 1980 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Begin Spells Our Positions
Following Talks With Carter



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Sam Tappis, NCJW
travel coordinator, and Val-
erie Hoffman, national tour
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Egypt, Greece, Guatemala,
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Husbands, relatives and
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For reservations, call the
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Friday, April 25, 1980 11

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — bined meeting sponsored by said Israel will never accept
Premier Menahem Begin the Conference of a Palestinian state which
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his positions on Jerusalem, tion and the United Jewish
For the reason Begin said
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Begin and Sol Linowitz, over the security of the West
ment on the West Bank and
security, in a television ad- the special United States Bank and Gaza once au-
dress to the nation Sunday ambassador for Middle East tonomy is established, al-
negotiations, said in sepa- though the military gov-
night.
He emphasized several rate television interviews ernment will be removed.
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times that he made those Sunday that Egypt and Is-
Begin added that it would
positions clear to President rael still have to agree on a be the "greatest folly" for
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talks on the autonomy for the Palestinian Arabs on Palestinian state since it
negotiations in Washington the West Bank and Gaza would be a Soviet base.
Strip before an agreement
last week.
Begin said he told Carter can be reached by the May
there would be no conces- 26 target date.
Full autonomy "has never
sions" on the right to settle,
Special Arrangement
that Jerusalem would never been defeine_d," Linowitz
again be divided geograph- said in an interview on
For Groups
ically, administratively or CBS-TV's "Face the Na-
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with respect to sovereignty tion." He said Israel, the
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and that Israel intends to U.S. and Egypt were trying
retain exclusive control of to "move closer to a- mutual
internal security on the understanding of what au-
West Bank and Gaza even tonomy means."
Begin, who was inter-
after autonomy is estab-
viewed by reporter Bar-
lished in those territories.
"Otherwise, innocent bara Walters at Blair
people would be killed by House in Washington,
Travel With Confidence
terrorists and so would the noted that it was he who
had first proposed "full
peace itself," Begin said.
With The Midwest's Largest
He said that friends of autonomy" for the
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Israel in the U.S. had told "Arabs living in Judaea,
him that the security Samaria and Gaza."
He said full autonomy
motivations for settle-
ments on the West Bank meant to him that the
were better understood Palestinian Arabs will elect
administration
by Americans than the an
authority which would gov-
nationalist-historical
motivations. However, ern their daily lives.
Begin said, while he Linowitz appeared to have a
stressed the security similar definition when he
argument in his state- said the U.S. wants the
ments, in the U.S. Israelis Palestinians "to have con-
have to realize that both trol over what is important
aspects, security and in their lives."
But, Begin charged that
heritage, are interwoven.
ett
Begin was backed by Is- Sadat's proposal for au-
Everyvie
rael's top military man, tonomy which would pro-
Chief of Staff Gen. Raphael vide administrative, legis-
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other television interview for the administration
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that all settlements on the authority would be a
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importance, direct or indi- erything but the name. He
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