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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-22

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Friday, August 22, 1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Navon Is Invited to Visit Egypt
Despite Deteriorating Relations

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israeli Cabinet on Sun-
day approved in prinCiple
the visit of President Yit-
zhak Navon to Egypt at the
invitation of President
Anwar Sadat. However, the
date for his visit has not yet
een fixed.

process, security and stabil-
ity in the region.
Navon used the oppor-
tunity in his meeting with
Mortada to complain
about the attacks against
Premier Menahem Begin
in the Egyptian press and
said such attacks are an
insult to every Israeli re-
The invitation was pre- gardless of his political
sented to Navon last Thurs- position. He also told
day by Egyptian Ambas- Mortada that his ac-
sador Saad Mortada.
ceptance of the invitation
Sadat, in his letter of invi- would be subject to
tation, thanked /Navon for Cabinet approval. Sev-
his message of congratula- eral Cabinet ministers
tions on the occasion of had questioned the
Egypt's Revolutionary Day necessity for accepting
last month and expressed the invitation at this time.
the hope that Navon's visit
There is a strong feeling
would contribute to in Jerusalem that the Egyp-
strengthening the peace tians have brought rela-

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tions with Israel to a new
low. The immediate man-
ifestations of this deteriora-
tion are the suspension of
the autonomy talks, the
Egyptian-Romanian
agreement for a new
Mideast peace initiative
and the anti-Begin cam-
paign in the government-
controlled Egyptian press,
especially the cartoon last
week in the Cairo news-
paper, Al-Gumhouriya, de-
picting Hitler handing a
medal to Begin. After Israel
protested this as a disgrace
and as shameful, the paper
published an apology — to
Hitler.
Mortada said the anti-
Begin and anti-Israel car-
toons do not reflect the offi-
cial position of the Egyptian
government nor public
opinion in Egypt. However,
ministerial committee for • the envoy added that the
public in Egypt is "not very
the autonomy talks.
The proposal was con- happy" with the deteriora-
tained in a 35-page letter to tion of the relations be-
Begin and observers here tween the two countries and
said the effect of such a pro- the suspension of the au-
posal, if implemented, tonomy talks. -
Mortada said the car-
would be to freeze the sag-
ging West Bank/Gaza talks toons reflect only the
opinion of the paper's
until the end of this year.
The observers also de- chief editor and the car-
clared that the proposal toonist. "We do not ap-
reflected Sadat's appar- prove of those carica-
tures," Mortada said.
ent assessment that no
progress in the autonomy "We don't think this is the
right way to deal with a
talks was likely until Car-
ter is reelected President political conflict."
Asked if the Egyptian
or replaced by one of his
government
intended to 'do
rivals who would hope-
anything about it, he said,
fully make a fresh start
"The press, you know, in
on the presently dormant
Egypt expresses its own
negotiations.
point of view."
Begin criticized the pro-
Eliahu Ben-Elissar, Is-
posal mainly because Sadat
rael's ambassador to Egypt,
did not consult either Israeli
says the recent cartoons and
or United States officials be-
editorials are written with
fore making the proposal
less poisonous intent than
public.
Israelis read into them. He
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
blamed Egypt's lack of ex-
Shamir said at the Cabinet
perience with Israel's sen-
meeting that there had been
sitivity about Hitler and the
a negative reaction in
Holocaust.
Washington to Sadat's new
summit idea. Shamir also
reported that Alfred Ather-
ton, the U.S. ambassador to
Egypt, and special U.S.
Mideast envoy Sol Linowitz
would be coming to the area
in the next few weeks.

NEW YORK — The Is-
rael Ballet is scheduling
dates for a U.S. tour in April
and May, 1981. The Joyce
Agency in New York has
scheduled the troupe in 17
U.S. cities between April 15
and May 24.

Begin in the response
stresses once again that the
responsibility for the sus-
pension of the autonomy
talks lies with Egypt. He re-
jects Sadat's allegations
that Israel is the one that
has violated the Camp
David agreement and has
placed obstacles on the road
to peace by the law pro-
claiming united Jerusalem
the capital of Israel and by
the Jewish settlements on
the West Bank. The re-
sponse was approved by the

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dent Struggle for Soviet
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Svetlana Levina and her
son, Anton, have been de-
nied a visa to rejoin her sec-
ond son, Ilya, in Kibutz
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Israel Cool to Talks Delay

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel's response to Egyp-
tian President Anwar
Sadat's proposal for a new
summit meeting on the au-
tonomytalks after the U.S.
Presidential elections has
been drafted by Premier
Menahem Begin and his top
ministers. The 15-page
reply which was due to be
submitted Thursday to
Egyptian officials by Is-
rael's ambassador in Cairo,
Eliahu Ben-Elissar, does
not reject altogether the
idea of a summit meeting
between Sadat, Begin and
President Carter. The re-
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that the focus should be on
resuming the autonomy
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Tekoah Elected

JERUSALEM — Yosef
Tekoah, president of Ben-
Gurion University of the
Negev and former Israeli
ambassador to the United
Nations and the Soviet
Union, was elected
president of the Soviet Im-
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