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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 19, 1981

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Reagan Concedes Israel Raid Defensive

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deals, an allusion to the
Camp David accords. He
said the Soviet Union is in
favor of an international
conference to reach a com-
prehensive settlement in
the Mideast.
Ahmed Esmat Abdel
Meguid, the Egyptian
ambassador, also con-
demned Israel, charging
that Israel has set a very
dangerous precedent
that threatened world
peace. Israel's attack on
Iraq's nuclear reactor,
the Egyptian envoy de-
clared, was against the
spirit of peace and ran
counter to efforts to
reach a settlement in the
area.
The Israeli action,
Meguid contended, was in
breach of the Camp David
accords: "If a party to these
accords acts to the con-
trary," he said, "the blame
and responsibility should be
put on the actor and not on
the accords, which must be
fully implemented and
scrupulously respected."
Egypt, Meguid said, calls
on Israel to accede to the
non-proliferation treaty
and to place all its nuclear
activities under the
safeguards of the Interna-
tional Atomic Energy
Agency.
Last week, Israel's am-
bassador to Egypt, Moshe
Sasson, met with Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat to
discuss the issue. Sasson
gave Sadat a message from
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin. There was strong
criticism in Egypt of the at-
tack and Sadat himself had
called it "unlawful and con-
tradicting the spirit of
peace."
Begin said on the
CBS-TV "Face the Na-
tion" program Sunday
that he authorized the
raid on the Iraqi nuclear
installation because he
felt "absolutely sure"
that Iraq planned to
build an atomic bomb.
In an interview broadcast
live from Jerusalem, he also

War II? Let me assure this
council," Blum declared,
"that Israel will pay pre-
cisely the same sum as what
those who made this bizarre
suggestion paid after World
War II, and not a brass
farthing more."
Blum charged that the
anti-Israel speeches in the
Security Council since last
Friday only prove "that it is
impossible to expect from
this council and indeed,
from this world organiza-
tion, a fair hearing." He said
that none of the speakers in
the council has answered Is-
rael's questions in regard to
Iraq's nuclear plan:
Did Iraq insist on re-
ceiving a 70 megawatt
reactor which has no use
as an energy source and
which is far too large for
purposes of the peaceful
kind? Did Iraq insist on
receiving weapons grade
nuclear fuel rather than
the alternative "Caramel
fuel?"
A U.S. spokesman said he
expected the council to con-
tinue its debate and vote on
a resolution on Thursday.
Observors said a harsh reso-
lution would be vetoed by
the U.S., France and Brit-
ain.
Scheduled speakers have
included representatives of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, Syria and
East European countries.
Israel was sharply con-
demned by representatives
of the Soviet Union and
Egypt.
The Soviet ambassador
urged the council to adopt a
resolution "categorically
condemning Israel for its
action and applying sanc-
tions under chapter seven of
the charter." The Soviet
envoy also charged that Is-
rael could not have carried
out the attack without
knowing in advance "the
understanding and
encouragement of Wash-
ington." He said the Israeli
raid was the result of U.S.
policy in the Mideast and its
encouragement of separate

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not recognize its right to
exist."
On the Israeli raid, Re-
agan noted that he had con-
demned it and found that it
"may have violated" U.S.
law since American planes
and other weapons were
used. He did not mention
the U.S. suspension of de-
livery of four U.S. F-16s to
Israel which had been
scheduled for last Friday.
But Reagan said he could
understand Israel's con-
cern. "One has to recognize
that Israel has reason for
concern in view of the past
history of Iraq which has
bever signed a cease-fire or
recognized Israel as a na-
tion."
Reagan noted that he
stressed the need for a "real
peace" in the Middle East
when he met with five Arab
ambassadors at the White
House last week. Later the
same day, Reagan also met
with Israeli Ambassador
Ephraim Evron.
At the United Nations on
Tuesday, Israel rejected
France's suggestion in the
Security Council that it pay
reparations to Iraq.
Using his right of reply,
Yehuda Blum, Israel's am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions, said, "Did the allies
pay reparations after they
destroyed the Nazis' atomic
plant at Peenemuende and
elsewhere during World

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said he didn't think his ac-
tion had "embarrassed"
Sadat with whom he had
met only three days before
the Israeli air strike. He
said he did not tell Sadat of
his plans because it was a
"military secret on which
the lives of our pilots de-
pended," adding, "Doesn't
President Sadat have his
military secrets. Does he
tell me?"
Austrian Chancello,
Bruno Kreisky had charged
that the raid was inexcusa-
ble and had placed Sadat in
a bad position.
Some of the critics of Is-
rael claimed that Iraq had
been complying with the
nuclear non-proliferation
treaty.
Pecqueur,
Michel
president of the French
Atomic Energy Commis-
sion, said that the Iraqi
reactor could not have
been used, within the
foreseeable future, for
military purposes.
Pecqueur revealed that
France and Iraq had an
agreement providing for
French control of the reac-
tor for a 10-year period that
began in 1979. "We had a
foot inside the reactor and
were able to keep a careful
check cm its activism," he
said. He observed that "to
exploit the Osiriak (reactor)
for military purposes, Iraq
would have had to dismiss
the French staff. In such an
event France would have
stopped immediately the de-
liveries of enriched
uranium fuels" to Iraq.
The' head of the Interna-
tional Atomic Energy
Organization, Sigvar Ek-
lund, said in Vienna that
his agency had been check-
ing the reactor and found no
violations.
But a report from Israel
said that American experts
shared Israel's view that
Iraq was striving to build a
nuclear bomb in the shor-
test time possible. The State
Department has repeatedly
denied that the U.S. be-
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