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September 18, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dayan Says Autonomy Talks
Need Flexibility on Both Sides

MONTREAL (JTA) — Is-
rael and Egypt will each
have to be more flexible if
the autonomy talks, to be
resumed next Wednesday,
are to succeed, former
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan said here Monday.
The Israeli diplomat also
said he welcomed the idea of
joint military exercises be-
tween Israel and the U.S.
and American use of Israeli
ports, airfields and mainte-
nance services which may
come about as a result of the
strategic cooperation

MOSHE DAYAN
agreed to during Premier
Menahem Begin's meetings
with President Reagan in
Washington last week.
Dayan, speaking to re-
porters at a 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal luncheon at
the Shaar Mashayfin
synagogue, covered a wide
range of topics related to the
Middle East. With respect
to the Reagan Administra-
tion's proposed sale of
AWACS reconnaissance
aircraft to Saudi Arabia, he
warned: "If at any time the
AWACS in Saudi hands spy
on Israel and transmit their
intelligence to other Arab

Regan Invited
to Jerusalem

. WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin has again reminded
President Reagan and other
U.S. officials that
Jerusalem is the capital of
Israel.
Begin repeated his invi-
tation to Reagan, made
when he arrived in Wash-
ington last week, to visit Is-
rael and to come "to
Jerusalem." His final words
to the President were: "I do
not say goodbye; I say next
time au revoir in
Jerusalem."
In inviting Reagan, Begin
pointedly said that the
President should come to Is-
rael and "its capital,
Jerusalem." A senior Ad-
ministration official said
that when the President ex-
pressed his regrets that Be-
gin's wife, Aliza, could not
mier to
accompany the Pre
Washington because of ill-
ness, Begin said his wife
looked forward to meeting
Reagan in Jerusalem.
The U.S. Embassy, like
most other foreign embas-
sies in Israel, is located in
Tel Aviv. An Administra-
tion official said that Re-
agan believes that the
status of Jerusalem should
be determined by the peace
process.

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nations, we would shoot
them down and go to war
with them."

Dayan said he detected
"a sign of maturity" in the
Palestine Liberation
Organization's obser-
vance of the cease-fire on
the Lebanese border, al-
though they continue to
stockpile more weapons
and prepare for war.

He warned, "If they don't
respect the ceasefire we (Is-
rael) will enter the area
they control and clear it of
all tanks and heavy
weapons."

Dayan insisted that Is-
rael could never hold a
dialogue with the PLO be-
cause its one aim is the de-
struction of Israel by ter-
rorist means.

Friday, Sodosier 18, 1E1 29

Interfaith Rite

553-7111

PRINCETON, N.J. — For
the first time in the univer-
sity's history, Princeton
displayed both Christian
and Jewish symbols at its
opening exercises.
A chalice and menora
were in view of the congre-
gation at the exercises, and
the chapel's cross was hid-
den by a screen. The action
came as a result of a con-
troversy over the exercises
which reached its peak last
year and was resolved by a
trustee's decision to remove
the cross from the chapel.

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