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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, August 1, 1981

Jewish Leaders Discuss M.E. With Sadat

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Sadat began outlining the
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"elements"
of a "scenario"
negotiations for the
Palestinians on the West for advancing the Camp
Bank and Gaza Strip as David peace process during
soon as possible. "But we his talks with President Re-
Pains in the arms, wrists, fingers, elbows and
are going to tell President agan at the White House on
shoulders are not to be taken lightly, whether
Sadat that a speedy au- Wednesday and Thursday,
they be related to injury or a disease
tonomy agreement will a senior Administration of-
condition.
Many pains which may be felt in the
not be reached if Egypt ficial said. Sadat also met
arm are actually caused by structural prob-
will insist on resolving separately with Secretary of
lems which involve the spine and nervous
the issue of Jerusalem in State Alexander Haig and
system. Without proper treatment,
degeneration can occur.
the context of the au- Vice President George
If you suffer arm pains, it would be
tonomy talks," Squadron Bush.
wise to visit a doctor of chiropractic for
Sadat told Reagan that
diagnosis and treatment. His modern meth-
said.
the
Camp David peace
ods of natural health care are designed to
The meeting will be the
relieve pain and correct the
process
called for au-
second Sadat has had with
cause without the use of drugs
Jewish leaders in the tonomy for the Palesti-
or medications.
United States. He met for nians on the West Bank
the first time with Ameri- and Gaza Strip at the end
can Jewish leaders, as a of five years, the senior
group, after signing the official said. He said that
peace treaty with Israel at while Sadat said pro-
gress on autonomy was
Camp David in 1979.
."important,"
he did not
While in New York,
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Council President Dr. Car- however, said that Sadat
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be guest of honor at a recep- after Reagan meets with
tion hosted by Mayor Ed- Israeli Premier
ward Koch at the Metropoli- Menahem Begin in Sep-
tember and King Hussein
tan Museum of Art.
of Jordan and Prince
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Sadat told Reagan that he
understands that move-
ment toward a comprehen-
sive Mideast peace must
take into consideration the
views of other parties and
public opinion in other
countries, including Israel
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But Sadat stressed that
there
were a "lots of varia-
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tions, lots of options," but
that the basis of success is
that "the parties be on the
same wavelength, particu-
larly Egypt and the United
States."
The Administration offi-
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cial said that Sadat re-
peated his remarks, made in
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London on Tuesday, that
the cease-fire across the
Lebanese-Israeli border
achieved a new step in the
peace process but that he
did not specifically ask that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization be brought
into the talks, although he
did mention tha the Pales-
tinians were to have been
brought into the negotia-
per gram
tions in the third year of the
Camp David process.
The official said the
two presidents also
spoke of bringing other
parties into the peace
process, including Jor-
dan, Saudi Arabia and
other "moderate" Arab
sites. Both presidents
praised Saudi Arabia's
role in the Israeli-
Lebanon cease-fire.
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prehensive peace settle-
ment in the Mideast.
Sadat also agreed with a
questioner who had said
that progress towards a set-
tlement had been "under-
mined" by the "new mili-
tancy" of Israeli Premier
Begin. The Israeli raid on
Iraq's nuclear reactor and
those on terrorist headquar-
ters in Beirut were, Sadat
said, "very tragic action
from the side of Israel — but

this should not dishearten
us. On the contrary, this
should enhance our efforts
to reaching peace."
Sadat said he would
ask the Americans to
drop their condition of
not contacting the Pales-
tinians. The PLO should
not be excluded by the
United States."
Despite his criticism of
Begin, Sadat said, "I have
been convinced that the
man is genuine for peace
and strong enough." He also
stood by the Camp David
agreements as long as there
was no better alternative.
When he arrived for the
press conference at the
Egyptian Embassy, Sadat
had been booed by Palesti-
nians and Iranians, who
shouted slogans and held
banners. On emerging one
hour later, to go to a
farewell luncheon with the
Queen, Sadat was sur-
rounded by admirers who
threw flowers at his car.

Habib Will Return to M.E.
to Deal With Lebanon Future

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
When President Reagan's
special envoy Philip Habib
returns to the Middle East
for his fourth peace-making
mission since May, he will
be dealing with the entire
"future of Lebanon," not
just a particular crisis, a
State Department spokes-
man said.
Department spokesman
Dean Fischer said he did not
know when Habib would be
returning to the area.
Habib, returned to Wash-
ington July 27 after
negotiating a "cesssation of
hostilities" across the
Israel-Lebanon border.
One of the things the U.S.
is considering is expanding
the role of the United Na-
tions Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL) Fischer
said, although he could not
be specific on what the ex-
pansion would cover.
He said that Habib
presumably discussed
this possibility when he
met with Secretary Gen-
eral Kurt Waldheim at
the UN last week.
Fischer said the U.S. was
discussing ways to
strengthen the central gov-
ernment of Lebanon with
the UN, its European allies,
the members of the Arab
League and "internal par-
ties" in Lebanon.
He said one of the inter-
nal parties is Bashir
Gemayel, commander of the
Phalangist military force in
Lebanon who is in Wash-
ington meeting with mem-
bers of the Reagan Ad-
ministration.
Fischer, noting that
Gemayel is a Christian, said
the U.S. was involving all
the religious communities
and political groupings in
Lebanon in the talks. The
stressed that the parties do
not include the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
Fisher had no comment
, on Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's remarks

in London that he would
ask the Reagan Adminis-
tration to drop its condi-
tion of not contacting the
Palestinians and for the
U.S. to start a dialogue
with the PLO.
Fisher said he did not
think this was a "new" posi-
tion of the Egyptian
President. He said the U.S.
position against recogniz-
ing or dealing with the PLO
is "unchanged."
Meanwhile, Fischer said
that Secretary of State Ale-
xander Haig will look into
charges by Israel that Saudi
Arabia is supplying arms to
the PLO in Lebanon.
The charges were for-
mally made by Israeli Am-
bassador Ephraim Evron
when he met with Haig
after Monday's ceremony in
which Egypt and Israel
signed an agreement for an
international peacekeeping
force in Sinai after Israel's
final pull-out in April 1982.
Evron told reporters that
since the cease-fire the
Saudis have been sending
light arms to the PLO. He
did not specify what kind of
arms or whether they were
American made. Evron said
that the fact that the Saudis
were sending not only
moeny but arms to the PLO
should negate the claim
that they are moderates.

Challenge Grant
to Dropsie U.

PHILADELPHIA — A
challenge grant of $100,000
has been awarded to Drop-
sie University. The grant is
contingent upon the uni-
versity raising an addi-
tional $200,000 in cash and
or pledges from private
sources before Aug. 1, 1982
for the restoration of the
former Mikve Israel
Synagogue building on the
university campus.
A grant of $50,000 for the
institution's community
outreach program has also
been awarded.

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