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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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10 Friday, August 28, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Palestinian Autonomy Negotiations Resume Sept. 23

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Sadat said there need be
no fear that Egypt would
renege on its undertakings
once it had regained Sinai
in full next April. He
stressed Egypt regarded -the
peaty treaty as part of its
strategy, not a tactical ob-
ject to be used for other pur-
poses.
Asked about his recent
statements about the PLO
and Palestinian participa-
tion in the peace talks, he
said he appeard to have
been misunderstood. Ever
since his first visit to
Jerusalem in 1977 he had

spoken about the need to
bring the Palestinians into
the peace process, and this
was enshrined in the Camp
David peace accords.
He did not mean the
Palestinians should be
brought into the talks im-
mediately, but only after
the autonomy talks had
been concluded, and during
the five-year period of tem-
porary rule.
Sadat again pointed
out he does not regard
the PLO as the sole
representative of the
Palestinian people.
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not regard the PLO as a
negotiating partner. He
quoted resolutions of Arab
forums and statements by
leaders of the "interna-
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see destroyed, and their
anti-western policies which
made them a tool of Moscow.
Begin said Palestinian
representatives from the
West Bank and the Gaza
Strip would be welcome in
the Egyptian delegation to
any negotiations.
Sadat said there should
be mutual recognition be-
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Israel.
Sadat welcomed Be-
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permanence of the
Lebanese ceasefire, but
Begin pointed out the
ceasefire was between
Israel and Lebanon, and
Israel reserved its right
to defend itself against
attacks from anywhere,
not only from Jordan or
Syria."
Sadat said he preferred to
give a "no comment" reply
to a question about what he
and Begin had told each
other about the Israeli raid
on the Baghdad Reactor and
the "Israel bombing of Be-
irut." Begin said he would
agree to that comment,
after pointing out, "We did
not bomb Beirut. We
bombed PLO headquarters
there."
Israeli Interior Minister
Yosef Burg, who heads the
Israel negotiating team at
the autonomy talks, told Is-
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