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April 25, 1980 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-25

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14 Friday, April 25, 1980

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Carter Peace Role Honored

By EDWIN EYTAN

Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science cited
President Carter at recent White House ceremonies
for his role in the Middle East peace process. Shown
are, from left, U.S. Ambassador to Israel Samuel
Lewis, Israeli Ambassador Ephraim Evron, President
Carter, Weizmann president Prof. Michael Sela and
Weizmann board chairman Lord Marcus Sieff.

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STRASBOURG (JTA) —
Western Europe is drawing
increasingly closer to Pales-
tinian demands for the right
to "self-determination" ac-
cording to the reactions of
two European Parliamen-
tary Assemblies now meet-
ing in Strasbourg.
The Council of Europe, on
which 21 national parlia-
ments are represented
began a full dress debate
Monday on a resolution crit-
ical of Israel. Supported by
the council's political affairs
commission, it raps Israel's
settlement policy and calls
for Palestinian self-

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determination. The otehr
assembly, the European
Parliament, concluded a
four-day meeting Sunday
with a delegation represent-
ing the Palestinian Na-
tional Council, the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion's de facto Parliament.
The European Council's
resolution approved by a
vote of 22-3, calls on Israel
to stop creating new settle-
ments in the occupied ter-
ritories and says that Is-
rael's current policy "is il-
legal according to inter-
nationa law."

The resolution stresses
that Israel's refusal to ac-
cept Palestinian self-
determination and the
PLO's refusal to recog-
nize Israel's right to exist
are both an obstacle to a
settlement of the Middle
East crisis.
The resolution was
drafted after the council's
Special Commission on
Middle East Affairs visited

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Israel, Egypt, Syria and
Jordan.
Senior council officials
said that even if Israel's
friends succeed to tone down
its general critical line,
"The fact that such a resolu-
tion could be presented
would have been inconceiv-
able a few years ago."
The Palestinian National
Council announced Sunday
that it will open a perma-
nent liaison bureau in
Strasbourg in cooperation
with the bureau of the Par-
liamentary Association for
Euro-Arab Cooperation.
Members of the bureau, re-
presenting members from
most of the nine European
Economic Cojmunity (EEC)
member countries, met with
the PLO delegation during
the past week.
The head of the Pales-
tinian delegation, Khaled
Hassan, president of the
Palestinian National
Council's Foreign Affairs
Commission, reportedly
drew up for the Euro-
pean Parliamentarians a
five-point PLO peace
plan which, he said,
could serve as a basis for
negotiations, it states
that "Israel should with-
draw from all the ter-
ritories occupied in 1967
which should be handed
over to a United Nations
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"During this period a re-
ferendum should be held to
enable the Palestinians to
decide on their future and
express their right to self-
determination."
Meanwhile, the first
meeting of a PLO delega-
tion with members of the
Bundestag representing all
three German parliamen-
tary factions last week has
generated an angry con-
troversy in Bonn. The meet-
ing was condemned by pro-
Israel members of the three
factions but government of-
ficials and leaders of the co-
alition parties signaled
their approval of further
contacts with the PLO.
- A spokesman for the rul-
ing Social Democratic Party
(SPD) said that the PLO
group and SPD deputies
were in full accord that a
final settlement of the Mid-
dle East conflict implies the
right of the Palestinian
people to self-
determination. That state-
ment gave an official stamp
to the meeting which was
originally described as a
private initiative on the
part of some members of the
Bundestag.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
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that Menahem Begin's
popularity has slipped dras-
tically among Israelis.
The poll, taken in Feb-
ruary showed that only 25.6
percent are satisfied with
his performance. Some 45.8
percent said they were dis-
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