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April 25, 1980 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, April 25, 1980

Iran Jew to be Executed

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Frantic last-minute efforts
were reportedly made Wed-
nesday by the family of an
Iranian Jew scheduled to be
executed in the city of
Hamadan, west of Teheran.
The Jew was one of three
brothers sentenced to death,

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revolutionary court for al-
legedly cooperating with
the U.S. Central Intelli-
gence Agency and Mossad,
the Israeli intelligence serv-
ice. Iran Radio, which re-
ported the sentencing over
the weekend, said an appeal
was being made for cle-
mency to Teheran.
Nothing could be learned
about the identity of the
three brothers or of the pre-
sent whereabouts of two of
them who were sentenced in
absentia.

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Elan Hits French Stand on PLO

By MICHAEL SOLOMON

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Former Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban is
sharply critical of the West-
ern European countries,
especially France, which
have adopted a pro-Arab
position in the current Mid-
dle East peace process and
are making overtures to the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
In an interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
here, Eban, a Labor Party
member of the Knesset, ob-
served that "We have the
right to ask all countries
and particularly the Euro-
pean countries, not to inter-
fere with the ongoing peace
process between Egypt and
Israel." He -said, "I am dis-
mayed by the multiplicity of
declarations coming from
various governments in
Europe when Europe has
done very little to start the
peace process."
Eban appeared to be re-
ferring specifically to the
remarks by President Val-
ery Giscard d'Estaing of
France. During a recent
visit to Kuwait and other
Arab oil-producing coun-
tries Giscard called for
self-determination for the
Palestinian people, lan-
guage regarded as an
endorsement of a Palesti-
nian state. "It is ironic to
speak in Kuwait about the
rights of man when all that
exists there is oil. But Israel
should not have to pay the
price for it," Eban said.
He expr e ssed hope that
Giscard will abandon the
idea of inviting PLO chief
Yasir Arafat to Paris.
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legitimacy to the PLO,
Eban said. He praised the
stand by French Jewry in
this situation. "I admire
the spirit animating
French Jewry and their
attitude helps Israel in
the balance of forces act-
ing in the diplomatic
field," he said.
Eban, who spoke to the
JTA on the eve of Premier
Menahem Begin's depar-
ture for Washington for
meetings with President
Carter on the autonomy
negotiations, declared that
"no pressure would bend Is-
rael." He noted that
"President (Anwar) Sadat
has understood very well
that Israel cannot be pres-
sured because peace can
only result from negotia-
tions between equals."
He asserted that Israel
"cannot underestimate the
threats of the PLO because
of our tragic experience. If
the Palestinians wish to es-
tablish an independent
state side-by-side with Is-
rael and not in place of Is-
rael, why do they not agree
to enter negotiations the
way President Sadat did?"
He said that King Hus-
sein of Jordan, "although he
is aligned with the rejec-
tionist front, might change
his attitude if he is faced
with the possibility of get-
ting back the West Bank.
One should not forget that
the King has been one of the
few to realize that the state
of Israel is here to stay."
Eban said he hoped
Sadat will pursue the au-
tonomy negotiations
even after the May 26
target date as long as
there is movement and
momentum.
He said that Jewish set-
tlements on the West Bank
should remain within the
jurisdiction and initiative of
Israel during the autonomy
period. "After three or five
years of experiencing peace-
ful coexistence we may con-
vince the Palestinians that
a confederation of some sort
is preferable to indepen-
dence," the former foreign
minister said.
The former foreign minis-
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