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September 18, 1981 - Image 20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, September 18, 1981

Begin and U.S. Christians

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During his visit to the
United States, Prime
Minister Begin agreed to
meet with the Rev. Jerry
Falwell and later with a
group of representative
Catholic, Protestant and
Eastern Orthodox leaders.
In the recent past, the
prime minister met only

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TEL AVIV IJTAI — De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon
denied local press reports
that he had a "tough tele-
phone conversation" from
Washington with Chief of
Staff Lt. Gen. Rafael Eltan,
criticizing him for remarks
about the instability of
Presideift Anwar Sadat's
regime and the Israeli-
Egyptian peace process he
reportedly made last week
in an address at Givat Olga
near Hadera.
Maariv quoted him as
saying: "We should not be
deluded by false hopes.
There is peace with Egypt.
But is is in danger. There is
unrest in Egypt and Sadat
could go and everything
would be over. In Egypt, ev-
erything depends on one
man."
- The army spokesman de-
nied that Eitan had made
these remarks, saying he
had been misquoted. But
the correspondent of
Maariv, who was present at
the Givat Olga meeting,

said that his report was
completely accurate and
that he had presented a full
literal quotation.
The paper supported
its correspone;ent in an
editorial which said that
a chief of staff should be
"man enough to admit
frankly to mistakes."
Meanwhile. Begin re-
jected the assertion that
continuation of the
Israeli-Egyptian peace
treaty depended upon
President Anwar Sadat
staying in power.
"I don't think that an in-
ternational agreement de-
pends on anybody," Begin
said. "What we (he and
Sadat) used to say to each
other was we are mortals,
our nations are eternal."
The premier also rejected
the idea that Sadat could
"disappear" soon from the
Egyptian scene. He said he
believed the Egyptian
President had the over-
whelming support of his
people.

can Christian leader with
whom to counsel was a mis-
take, and that the prime
minister has not been well
advised about the realities
of American Christian pub-
lic opinion.
This is not to minimize
for a moment the value of
a Begin-Falwell "sum-
mit," nor is it to take for
granted the value of
Fundamentalist support
which Israel badly needs.
There are, however, some
130 million American
Christians — Catholics,
mainline Protestants and
Evangelicals — whose
support for Israel and
Jewish causes need to be
cultivated and not
alienated.
We counseled high Israeli
authorities last week to use
Begin's presence to welcome
both mainline Christian
support as well as Rev. Fal-
well's, and we are delighted
to see that Prime Minister
Begin has finally gotten
around to seeing the wis-
dom of that broad ecumeni-
cal course.

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with Rev. Falwell and, in ef-
fect, ignored the presence in
America of 50 million
Roman Catholics, some 45
million liberal Protestants,
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"mainline" Evangelicals
who do not share the Moral
Majority's ideology or poli-
tics.
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peated singling out of Rev.
Falwell as the only Ameri-

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