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November 14, 1980 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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Election of Reagan Scuttles EEC Initiative

BONN (JTA) — In the
wake of American
Presidential elections and
recent developments in the
Arab world, West German
diplomats have expressed
concern over the ongoing
Middle East initiative of the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC). Together
with Paris, Bonn has been
especially active in enhanc-
ing this initiative, which is
due to be followed up in the
upcoming summit meeting

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of heads of governments of
the nine EEC nations Dec.
1-2 in Luxembourg.
According to diplomatic
sources, the European ef-
forts to widen the basis for
Middle East peace talks
might collapse because of
lack of American pressure
on Israel. Originally, the
EEC nations took into ac-
count a major anti-Israeli
shift in American policy
under a re-elected Carter
Administration, and
thought this would eventu-
ally coincide with the up-
coming EEC declaration.
Other elements men-
tioned by the same sources
are the war between Iraq
and Iran, which has shifted
European thinking, and the
new rivalaries in the Arab
world which make practi-
cally impossible a renewal
of the Euro-Arab dialogue.
Originally Bonn initiated a
major conference of Euro-
pean and Arab foreign
ministers, excluding Egypt.
It also wanted the Euro-
Arab dialogue to take up
political questions rather
than economic cooperation,
a move intended as an addi-
tional effort to woo Arab ex-
tremists.

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The possible collapse
of European appease-
ment efforts toward the
Arab rejection front has
been welcomed by Israeli
diplomats in Bonn. "Die
Welt" cited Israeli
sources as having said
that the new develop-
ments might help create a
favorable atmosphere
before the German visit
of Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir next week.
Shamir will meet
President Karl Carstens,
Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt and his West
German counterpart
Hans DietrEth Genscher
on Monday and Tuesday.
Premier Menahem Begin
of Israel said meanwhile
that he does not believe in
President-elect Ronald
Reagan's assessment that a
West Bank solution can be
found through cooperation
with Jordan. Begin made
the statement in an inter-
view with political car-
toonist Ranan Lurie just
after the U.S. election re-
turns in the U.S. became
known.
Begin fully agrees with
Reagan that Israel is the
most reliable ally of the
West in the Middle East.
But he wished to add to it
that Israel is also the most
stable ally since it is a
democracy and "is not a
country where one bullet
can change the whole situa-
tion." Begin is also pleased
that the Vice President-
elect, George Bush, called
the Palestine Liberation
Organization an interna-
tional Ku Klux Klan."
On the Jerusalem issue,
Begin observed that he can-
not accept Reagan's
thoughts of "Vaticaniza-
tion" of Jerusalem. "If I
meet the President-elect,"
Begin said, "I hope to be
able to explain to him those
facts."
The premier thinks "it
is a good idea" that
American and Israeli
troops train together in
Israel. He further wel-
comed Reagan's notion
that such training will
"show the U.S. presence
in the Middle East." In
this connection the pre-
mier added that he thinks
there are secret clauses
in the new Soviet-Syrian
pact.

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President-elect Ronald Re-
agan indicated at a Los
Angeles press conference
that he felt it would be im-
proper for him to meet with
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin during the latter's
10-day visit to the U.S.
Several times during his
press conference — his first
since he was elected — Re-
agan pointed out that Car-
ter continues to be the na-
tion's chief executive and
that he himself would not
want to do anything that
would give the impression
of intervening in President-
ial affairs until his inaugu-
ration next January.

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Begin stated in the inter-
view that one "cannot sepa-
rate anti-Israelism and
anti-Zionism from anti-
Semitism." However, he did
not accuse any European
government in connection
with the recent anti-Semitic
acts in Europe. Asked about
the pressures suffered by
Europe due to the depen-
dence on Arab oil, Begin
said, "Europe should re-
member what happened to
the Jewish people."
The Israeli premier said
he was disgusted with the
interference of former
Jewish Defense Minister
Ezer Weizman in the
American elections, when
he joined President Carter's
plane and openly supported
him.

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The seminar is being
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communal services of Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary, an affiliate of
Yeshiva University in New
York.

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Bloch

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