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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 13, 1980

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American Failure to Veto UN Censure Angers Israelis

(Continued from Page 1)
U.S. Secretary of State
Edmund Muskie has in-
sisted that the U.S. will
maintain the Camp David
formula as a basis for peace.
But he seemed to relax
somewhat toward the West
European initiative for a
new platform while exert-
ing additional pressure on
Israel to accommodate pro-
gress toward a settlement.
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Press Club this week and in
a nation-wide television ap-
pearance, Muskie dwelt on
the violence on the West
Bank and on the meeting in
Venice which began Wed-
nesday of the European
Economic Community
(EEC) that intends to pro-
claim a new Mideast initia-
tive with greater participa-
tion in the negotiations by
Palestinian Arabs, prob-
ably opening the way for the
PLO to enter the talks.
"We must not let it fail,"
Muskie said in upholding
the Camp Davie agree-
ments. That its goal of May
26 has not been met "is a
disappointment," he said
"but it is no cause for de-
spair and it is no cause to
abandon the process which
has achieved so much."
He said that the au-
tonomy talks will be con-
tinued "solidly based on
Resolution 242 and the
Camp David framework.
It would be a mistake to
change either of these es-
sential building blocks.
Indeed, the U.S. will not
allow that to happen."
Muskie issued a state-
ment urging Arabs and Is-
raelis to exercise
"maximum restraint on the
West Bank." He called for a
cooling of passions and an
end to the cycle of violence.
Jewish organizations
world-wide issued state-
ments condemning the at-
tack on the Arab mayors.
Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion and Jewish Agency
Executives, expressed "re-
gret and horror" regarding
the explosions.
Dulzin noted, however,
that the regret expressed by

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Three West Bank Arab
leaders opened an intensive
campaign last week for
American endorsement of
their effort to revarse their
deportations a month ago
from the West' Bank to
Lebanon by Israeli
authorities. They warned
that United States support
for Israel "is something
wrong" and "must be cor-
rected."
"We Palestinians know
how to do it," and "we Arabs
know how to do it,"

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Most Latin American coun-
tries — unlike the Western
have kept
Europeans
Liberation
Palestine
Organization (PLO) repre-
sentatives at arm's length
because they fear a "ter-
rorist Trojan horse," accord-
ing to a report made public
last week by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
The ADL's study, on the
PLO's drive to gain quasi-
diplomatic footholds in
Latin American and Europe
— its chief targets in a
"world-wide propaganda
campaign" — found that
only Cuba, Peru and Mexico
have thus far allowed the
PLO to open official offices.

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Kill Terrorists

Inc.

from friends of Israel, in-
cluding the organized
Jewish communities of
France and Britain.
The West German Social
Democratic Party, the rul-
ing parliamentary faction,
sent a message to the U.S.
Congress that it supports a
continuation of the U.S.
peace initiative.
Meanwhile, the Israeli
Cabinet approved a plan
whereby Israel would estab-
lish 10 additional settle-
ments in the administered
territories and then stop
building settlements pend-
ing the conclusion of the au-
tonomy talks.
In defense of his settle-
ment program, Begin was
reported as having quoted
President Carter's state-
ment of Sept. 27, 1978 on
agreeing to additional Is-
raelis settling on the West
Bank. State Department
spokesman Tom Reston in-
vited reporters to read the
Carter remarks that fol-
lowed the Camp David
agreements.
The President said
then, in response to a re-

porter's question "on no
limits on expansion" that
Israelis "were not talking
about an enormous ex-
pansion of tens of
thousands of people but
just tiny settlements
being expanded."
Carter also said, "If we
put in an absolute freeze on
all expansion the families
couldn't be reunited." The
President said the Israelis
emphasize how tiny the
total population was. I
thought it was a good
trade-off that in dropping
the expansion language (ir
the Camp David accords) we
added on the language that
the status of future settle-
ments would be decided dur-
ing the negotiations."

"

The difference in views
between the Carter state-
ment and the Israeli version
has plagued American-
Israeli relations ever since.
But it was understood in
other remarks by the Carter
administration that an in-
flux of some settlers were
not beyond the understand-
ing.

Three Who Were Expelled From West Bank
Campaign for Supported in United States

Latin America
Hesitant on
PLO Acceptance

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Israelis and Jews all over
the world is in sharp con-
trast to the boasting and
"jubilation" that. followed
terrorist attacks against
Jews.
Mayor Bassam Shaka
of Nablus, who lost both
legs in the June 2 bomb
attack, was flown to
Amman, Jordan for
further treatment after
refusing to be treated in
an Israeli hospital
against possible gan-
grene.
The arrangements were
made at the direct orders of
Premier Menahem Begin
who is acting defense minis-
ter.
Earlier, Begin offered to
have Shaka admitted to any
of Israel's top hospitals for
treatment of his wounds,
but the West Bank mayor
angrily spurned the offer.
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir met with
EEC representatives dur-
ing a week-long trip prior to
the start of the EEC meet-
ings.
The European initia-
tive has spurred protests

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli troops pursued a group
of terrorists across the Jor-
dan River and killed two of
them in a clash on Jorda-
nian territory Sa-turday. A
third terrorist is believed to
have been killed when exp-
losives he was carrying de-
tonated. There were no Is-
raeli casualties.

Muhammed Milhim, Mayor The expulsion order is now
of Halhoul, told a news con- before the Israeli Supreme
ference that opened the Court for approval or disap-
campaign in which he, proval.
The United Nations Se-
Mayor Fahed Kawasme and
Sheikh Rajab Buyud curity Council, by a vote
Tamimi, religious leader of of 14-0, asked Israel two
Hebron, attacked the weeks ago to allow the
United States, Israeli three West Bank leaders
authorities, Zionism, the to return. The United
American media and States abstained in the
Jewish settlers in the occu- vote because the resolu-
pied areas as enemies of the tion was considered not
Arab people. balanced. But the United
The three men were de- States favors their re-
ported to Lebanon following turn.
The Palestine Congress of
the ambush and murder of
six Jewish religious stu- North America distributed
dents and the wounding of a press statement alleging
16 in Hebron on May 2. Is- "a break-in" at its offices
raeli authorities accused last week in the Highland
the three with inciting the Hotel where the press con-
Arab populace to violence. ference was held.
* *

Protests Mark Temple Event
Hosting Ousted Arab Mayors

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Under massive police . pro-
tection, two Arab mayors
deported from the West
Bank after the terrorist
ambush killing of six
yeshiva students in Hebron
last month, supported
Palestine Liberation
Organization terms for a
Middle East peace at a
tumultuous two-hour meet-
ing held at Temple Sinai
here last week.

Police ejected five persons
from the temple after they
denounced the speakers and
the sponsors of the meeting.
Police directed Zionist
demonstrators outside the
temple to lower their
placards which read, "Heb-
ron is Jewish. - A smoke
bomb was placed inside the
temple by unknown per-
sons. Later, the Jewish De-
fense League took responsi-
bility.
Marcus Laster, Temple
Sinai's executive. director,

told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that "Temple Sinai
did not sponsor the func-
tion." He said it was spon-
sored by the Ad Hoc Com-
mittee for Middle East
Dialogue.
Meanwhile, five Jewish
organizations which
spuport Jewish settle-
ment on the West Bank
issued -a statement dec."
laring that they "de-,
nounce in strongest!
possible terms the use o
a Jewish institution,—
Temple Sinai in Washing-
ton, D.C., for the purpose
of providing a forum for
these sworn enemies of
Israel who are dedicated
to its destruction."
The organizations are the
Jewish Identity Center;
Committee for Israel Rights
(Cfir); the Aliya Movement
Dedicated to the Settlement
of the Land of Israel; the
Emunah Women; and the
Poale Aguda Israel.

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