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' NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
rael's Minister of Agricul-
ture Ariel Sharon told lead-
ers of the American Or-
thodox community last
week that settlement of
American Jews in the occu-
pied territories around
Jerusalem, in Judaea and
Samaria, as well as in the
Gaza Strip is Israel's pre-
sent priority.
Addressing the more than
1,000 lay and rabbinic lead-
ers attending the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America's national
dinner, Sharon called on the
assembled leaders to "send
groups to Judaea and
Samaria, even temporarily,
as a symbol." Analyzing the
main problems facing Israel
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nity, Sharon stressed four
points:
American mistakes in
dealing with Soviet aggres-
sion in recent years have
made Israel's position as a
sole bastion of Western-
style democracy in the area
significantly more difficult
to maintain;
The American ten-
dency to pressure Israel
more strongly than the
Arab side in Mideast
negotiations has made
those negotiations in-
creasingly more difficult,
as has the American ten-
dency to minimize the
significance of the con-
cessions that Israel has
already made in the
interest of peace.
Also, the tendency of U.S.
public opinion, as reflected
in the media, to minimize
the human losses of dead
and injured as a result of
Arab terrorist attacks,
while magnifying out of
proportion Israel's re-
sponses to these incidents;
and the constant pressure
on Israel to give up her
claims to Jerusalem.
Sharon called upon
American Jews to speak out
in response to these chal-
lenges and problems and to
exert their influence on U.S.
policy and leadership to pro-
tect Israel and Jewish
interests.
He emphasized that these
are Jewish problems, not
just Israeli problems and
that it was time for the Or-
thodox community in the
U.S. to play a more active
role in Israel.

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Israel Waits for Talks to Resume

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
has written to President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt say-
ing that Israel awaits a re-
sumption of the suspended
autonomy negotiations.
Replying to a letter from
Sadat, the Israeli leader re-
called that Egypt had been
the one that had (twice)
suspended the talks — and
it was now up to Egypt to
initiate their resumption.
Aides said Begin's mis-
sive was couched in polite
tones. The premier wrote
that the precise ar-
rangements for a resump-
tion would have to be made
in tripartite consultations.
In Jerusalem, U.S. Am-
bassador Samuel Lewis
held separate meetings
with Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir and the
autonomy
chief
Interior
negotiator,
Minister Yosef Burg —
but had apparently little
news for them on pros-
pects of a resumption.
Begin, in his letter, re-
plied to Sadat's contention
that the recent Knesset vote
on Jerusalem and the West
Bank settlements were
souring the atmosphere
around the negotiations. On
Jerusalem, he said the bill
that had been referred to
committee by a near-
unanimous vote of the
House was not new.
At Camp David he (Be-
gin) had spelled out an iden-
tical position on Jerusalem,

Pope to Meet
Chief Rabbi of
France Sunday

PARIS (JTA) — The Pope
will grant a special private
audience to French Chief
NEW YORK — Kol Yis- Rabbi Jacob Kaplan during
rael (the Voice of Israel) will John Paul II's forthcoming
offer a special seminar in Is- visit to France. The Pope is
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