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May 30, 1980 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1980 7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Saudi Prince Fand Is Invited to Address the Knesset

(Continued from Page 1)
Graham, publisher of the
Post, and a group of news-
paper editors currently vis-
iting the Middle East. On
Sunday; the Post published
an interview between Ms.
Graham and Fand in which
the .Saudi leader said that
his government would seek
to bring the Arab states and
the Palestinians into an
overall peace settlement
with Israel if Israel gave its
undertaking to withdraw
from all Arab territories it
occupied in 1967, including
East Jerusalem.
correspondent
Post
William Claiborne, report-
ing from Jerusalem, quoted
Begin as saying in response,
"I have to say that his

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(Fand's) demands, under
any condition, are rejected
and are totally unaccept-
able. But he's invited. Per-
haps he will ,convince me.
Perhaps I will convince
him."
The Moroccan News
Agency reported Wed-
nesday that Fand now
claims that the Washing-
ton Post misinterpreted
his remarks as meaning

that Saudi Arabia would
make any unilateral
move toward Israel. Ac-
cording to that report,
Fand said Saudi Arabia
"cannot take any initia=
tive, welcome any idea or
accept any decision or
negotiate with any party,
either directly or indi-
rectly, except in the
framework of Arab con-
sensus."

Olympics Boycott
Joined by Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
bers voted as individuals
rather than as blocs repre-
senting the various sports
groups.
The Association of
Former Prisoners of Zion
sent a telegram to the com-
mittee declaring that Israel
must not send its athletes to
Moscow while many Soviet
Jews are imprisoned for
wanting to go to Israel.
Groups opposed to the
boycott pointed out that Is-
rael always has opposed the
politicization of sports, that
its position in the interna-
tional sports world is pre-
carious and that a boycott of
the Olympics could close the
doors to Israel's participa-
tion in other sports events.

Meanwhile, a three-
member Soviet delega-
tion attending the annual
meeting of the Israel-
Russian Friendship

League the week before
at the Red Army Forest
which commemorates
the end of World War II,
lobbied for Israel to par-
ticipate in the Games.
Vladimir Karpov, a
writer who is a hero of the
Soviet Union, the highest
honor bestowed by the
Soviet government, said
that if Israel decided to
go to Moscow there will
be no difficulties or hard-
ships for its athletes.

* * *

Fand's remarks to
Graham had implied just
the opposite — that the
Saudis would attempt to
create an Arab consensus to
negotiate with Israel.
In fact, Egyptian Defense
Minister Kamal Hassan Ali
told reporters on Monday
that Egypt's position was
the same as Saudi Arabia's.
"This is a Saudi message
to Israel that Arab coun-
tries are ready to join the
peace talks if Israel is pre-
pared to give up the occu-
pied Arab territories," Ali
said.
Israel Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir said that
Israel was ready to
negotiate with the Saudis
with no preconditions. But
he told a grOup of, visiting
American Congressmen
that there was nothing new
in Fand's statement.
According to Shamir, the
Saudis have given no indi-
cation that they would be

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Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry's poster on the up-
coming "Olympics of Op-
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The poster is available
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basis of Security Council
Resolution 242.
Other Israeli circles dis-
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(Continued from Page 1)
in New York, the American
Jewish Committee pointed
out that in addition to a 40
percent drop in rate of exit
permitted by the Soviets
this year, the level of Jewish
emigration is currently
being cut each succeeding
month. "Such diminution,."
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Soviet Union may have de-
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Convention

NEW YORK — Israeli
President Yitzhak Navon
and Prime Minister
Menahem Begin will attend
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American Red Magen
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