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September 19, 1980 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, September 19, 1980

Autonomy Discussions Held in U.S.

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Secretary of State Edmund
Muskie has declined to
speculate on whether the
Egyptian-Israeli meeting in
New York or the meetings
that followed in Washing-
ton this week would result
in a resumption of trilateral
discussions on West Bank-
Gaza Strip autonomy.
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tion on conditions for re-
sumption of the talks. Ghali
came from Cairo to New -
York to see Ali who is in the
United States for medical
treatment. Israeli Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
was to see Ghali in New
York and then go to Wash-
ington to meet Muskie.
Prime Minister
Menahem Begin confirmed
reports that Israel is consid-
ering the release of Palesti-
nian security prisoners. But
he insisted that this , would
be purely a "humanitarian
move, not a "gesture" to
Egypt connected with the
planned resumption of the
autonomy talks.
Begin told Israeli dip-
lomatic correspondents
he had been approached
regarding the release of
prisoners some weeks
ago by U.S. Ambassador
Samuel Lewis. The ap-
proach had been uncon-
nected to special envoy
Sol Linowitz's mission to
the area to seek a re-
sumption of the long-
stalled negotiations.
Though the premier in-
sisted that the prospective
release of prisoners is not a
"gesture to Egypt," obser-
vers immediately read it as
part of a goodwill package.
Both sides pledged, in the
agreed statement issued by
Linowitz at the end of his
trip, to "strengthen the
foundations ofmutual trust
and friendship," and this
was widely interpreted as
including such gestures by
Israel as prisoner release
and postponing moving the
premier's office to East
Jerusalem.
On this latter point,
Begin firmly denied that he
had changed his intention
to move the office. He was
not responsible, he said, if
Linowitz or others had come
away from meetings with
him having formed that im-
pression.
"I definitely intend to
bring (the office move) be-
fore the Cabinet," Begin de-
clared. Significantly,
though, he declined to say
when he would bring the
matter to the Cabinet, say-
ing vaguely that there were
"considerations" to be borne
in mind.
Meanwhile, President

M.E. Arms Sales

STOCKHOLM (ZINS) —
The Stockholm Interna-
tional Peace Research Insti-
tute reported that Middle
East arms expenditures
dropped from $34.7 billion
in 1978 to $32.1 billion in
1979.
The Institute said the
major expenditures were
made by the OPEC coun-
tries. Saudi Arabia spent
$14.6 billion in arms in
1979 and $12.7 billion in
1978.
Israel increased its spend-
ing from $2.3 billion to $3.0
billion. Egypt dropped from
$3.2 billion to $2.8 billion,
while Syria went from $1.1
billion in 1978 to $1.9 bil-
lion for weapons purchases
in 1979.

Anwar Sadat of Egypt is
firmly opposed-to Jorda-
nian participation in the
autonomy talks "at this
stage" because it might
jeopardize the entire
peace process. He said
that King Hussein had of-
fered to join the Camp
David meetings in Sep-
tember 1978 but that he,
Sadat, had discouraged
him because of the Jor-
danian ruler's low esteem
in the Arab world.
Sadat expressed his views
in the course of a two-hour
conversation with former
Premier Yitzhak Rabin, a
leader of the opposition
Labor Party, who visited
Cairo last week.
Sadat said he objected to a

Jordanian role because
Hussein would try to prove
that he is a greater Arab
patriot than the Egyptian
leader in order to receive an
additional $200-$300 mil-
lion subsidy from oil produc-
ing states.

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