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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, August 1, 1981

Begin Presents Coalition, Plan for Normal Relations With USSR

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tinue and will not act to dis-
turb it. However, Israel had
explicitly agreed with the
U.S. that surveillance over-
flights over Lebanon would
continue. Any attempt
therefore to interfere with
these overflights would be
repelled by force.
• The Reagan Adminis-
tration had signalled "a
number of favorable
changes" vis-a-vis Israel.
The President himself had
repeatedly said that Israel's
settlements in the adminis-
tered areas were "not il-
legal," Begin noted. "And
two negatives, by any laws
of language, make a posit-
ive. Therefore the highest
authority in the United
States is saying that our
settlements are legal — as
we ourselves have always
said."
Moreover, Reagan and
Secretary of State Ale-
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The coalition agree-
ment between Likud and
the three religious par-
ties — the National Reli-
gious Party, Agudat Yis-
rael and Tami — was
signed Tuesday night in a
brief ceremony.
The Cabinet includes the
following from Herut: Be-
gin, premier; Yitzhak
Shamir, foreign minister;

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In-Fighting for
Cabinet, Coalition

By MOSHE RON

The Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

TEL AVIV — The Likud
and the Labor Alignment
collided over the question of
who should be the new
chairman (speaker) of the
Knesset and the leaders of
the political parties fought
about the new coalition
agreement. The National
Religious Party put forward
120 conditions and demands
. . . The alignment de-
manded the chairmanship
of five out of the 10 Knesset
committees and among
them one of the two impor-
tant committees — Finance
or Foreign Affairs and Se-
curity.
In the Alignment Central
Committee some members
opposed the merger with
Shulamit Aloni's Citizens
Rights movement which
gave Labor the same
number of mandates as
Likud, 48 each. MK Rabbi
Menahem Cohen
threatened to adopt an in-

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political differences. But
here too the initiative must
come from the Kremlin,
which had severed the ties
back in 1967. Israel's re-
sponse would be to demand
the release of all prisoners
of Zion and the free emigra-
tion of those Jews who wish
it. Then there could be "re-
lations or dialogue" be-
tween Russia and Israel.
• Begin said there was
"hope" that relations with
France would improve
under the presidency of Mit-
terand. He was a man "of
goodwill towards our coun-
try and our people," said the
Premier. And Israel for its
part had "always admired
France — ever since the
days of the French Revolu-
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rael as "a friend and ally"
and an important part of
the Western bulwark
against Soviet expan-
sionism. Begin said he
had told U.S. leaders in
the past and was now
reiterating it that if Wash-
ington proposed a formal
defense agreement with
Israel he (Begin) would
recommend to the
Cabinet to accept it. "But
it must be the great
power which takes the in-
itiative," Begin added.
He noted that often un-
written alliances are as ef-
fective — and often more ef-
fective — than formal pacts,
citing the British-French
"entente cordiale" of the be-
ginning of the century' as
one salient example.
• On the suspended F-16
warplanes shipments the
premier expressed the hope
that they would be released
"very soon," and on the F-15
and AWACS deal between
the U.S. and Saudi Arabia
he held out the prospect of a
tough public campaign by
Israel against it.
• Soviet Union — Begin
called for "normalization of
relations" in spite of deep

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NEW YORK — Montana
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Airlines has reported that
all its flights including the
new ones from New York to
Salzburg and Innsbruck,
Austria will continue to
offer kosher food to all who
request it.
In a special meeting held
at the Austrian National
Tourist office here and
attended by representatives
of Austria as well as Jewish
leaders, the airline also re-
ported that it will maintain
its charter flight from Vie-
nna to Israel.

dependent line if he was not
be granted the same rights
as Shulamit Aloni.
There was a fight about
the Ministry for Religious
Affairs, between NRP and
the present minister, Aha-
ron Abu Hatzera, who left
the NRF and founded his
own party. Within the Lib-
eral Party there was a fight
over the Ministry for Indus-
try, Commerce and Tourism
between the present minis-
ter, Gideon Patt, and Yit-
zhak Modai.
In the Agudat Yisrael
there is a controversy be-
tween the Rabbi of Gur
and Rabbi Eliezer Shach
about the question "Who
Is a Jew." The Rabbi of
Gur insists on the de-
mand that conversion
should be carried out by
law only according to
Halakha. Rabbi Shach is
against such ultimative
demands.
There are many Liberal
Party Knesset members
who have informed Premier
Begin that they will oppose
such a formula.

Death Threat
to Kreisky

LONDON — Austrian se-
curity officials are seeking
two members of the
Syrian-backed Al Assifa
terrorist group believed to
have arrived in Vienna with
the task of murdering
Chancel] o Bruno Kreisky,
accordong to the London
Jewish Chronicle.
The latest issue of the
group's newspaper, "Falas-
tin Al Thoura," describes
Kreisky as a "pimp" trying
to lure the Palestinians into
a settlement with Israel.

Ariel Sharon, defense;
Yoram Aridor, finance;
Yaacov Meridor, economic
coordinator; David Levy,
housing (with responsibil-
ity for Project Renewal);
Haim Carfu, transport; and
Mordechai Zipori, com-
munications.
The six Cabinet members
from the Liberal Party are:
Simcha Ehrlich, deputy
premier and agriculture
minister; Gideon Patt,
commerce and industry;
Yitzhak Modai, minister-
without-portfolio; Avrahm
Sharir, tourism; Moshe Nis-
sim, justice; and Yitzhak
Berman, energy.
The others are: Eliezer
Shostak (Laam), health;
Yosef Burg (NRP), interior,
religious affairs, police and
Palestinian autonomy
talks; Zevulun Hammer
(NRP), education; and Aha-
ron Abu Hatzeira (Tami),
labor and social welfare.
There are 18 Ministers
in the Cabinet. Aguda Is-
rael has no ministerial
portfolio but holds key
Knesset committee
chairmanships. In addi-
tion, there are also de-
puty ministerships:
Pessach Grupper (Liberal
Party) and Michael Dekel
agriculture;
(Herut),
Glazer-Tassa
Miriam
(Herut), education; Moshe
Katzan (Herut), housing;

Haim Druckman (NRP),
religious affairs; Aharon
Uzzan (Tami), absorpotion;
Bension Rubin (Tami),
labor and social welfare;
Haim Kaufman (Herut), fi-
nance; and Yehuda Ben-
Meir (NRP), foreign minis-
try.
The presentation of the
government and its Cabint
began an eight-hour debate
in the Knesset.

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