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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 2, 1981

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Saunders Says Reagan Emphasis on Soviets
Is Blocking Needed U.S. Push for M.E. Talk

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Harold Saunders, who was
assistant secretary of state
for Near Eastern and South
Asian affairs during the
Carter Administration, said
that a "diplomatic effort" by
the United States is needed
to achieve progress toward
peace in the Middle East.
But the Reagan Adminis-
tration is not ready for such
an effort because it is con-
centrating on achieving a
"strategic consensus"
against Soviet Threats to
the Mideast, Saunders told
several hundred persons
attending the 35th annual

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conference of the Middle
East Institute last Friday.
Saunders, who was mod-
erating a panel discussion
on "Whether the Peace
Process?", said one of the
first steps needed to ad-
vance the Camp David
process, in whose negotia-
tions he had played an im-
portant part, was to get Is-
rael, the Palestinian Liber-
ation Organization, Jordan
and Syria to make a "clear
statement of readiness to
negotiate with each other."
He said hopefully
Egypt and Saudi Arabia
would participate. This
move would lead eventu-
ally to Palestinian self-
determination, Saunders
said.
But Khaul Nakhleh, di-
rector of the Institute of
Arab Studies and president
of the Association of Arab
American University
Graduates, said for the
Palestinians to accept the
Camp David process would
be "irresponsible." He said
the Palestinians cannot
allow their future to be de-

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tional Conferente and'Fes-
tival of Jewish Theater will
be held at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity on July 3-9, 1982,
featuring Isaac Bashevis
Singer, Nobel prizewinning
author; Joseph Buloff, re-
nowned Yiddish actor, and
Joseph Papp, director of the
Public Theater, New York,
and producer of "Chorus
Line.
The program will be di-
vided between perform-
ances on Jewish topics by
Jewish playwrights and
seminars and workshops,
with authorities like Prof.
Theodore Gaster of Colum-
bia University, Prof.
Richard Schechner of New
York University, and Dr.
Yaakov Raz, chairman of
the Theater Department of
Tel Aviv University.
Topics of the Seminars
will include "Judaism and
Theater," "Shalom
Aleichem," and "Tradi-
tional. Story-Telling."

Springborg, Sadat must
have the support of Saudi
Arabia and the Saudis will
not do this if they are denied
the AWACS.

HAROLD SAUNDERS
termined from outside.
The subject of the pro-
posed sale to Saudi Arabia
by the U.S. of AWACS and
F-15 enhancement equip-
ment also came up during
the panel discussion but in a
different context than
usual.
Robert Springborg, an
assistant professor of politi-
cal science at the University
of Pennsylvania, said that
for Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat to prevent the
growth of internal opposi-
tion the final Israeli with-
drawal from the Sinai in
April must be without addi-
tional conditions and Sadat
must be "reintegrated" into
the Arab world. To do the
latter, according to

Benard Reich, chair-
man of the political sci-
ence department at
George Washington Uni-
versity, said that apart
from the military aspect,
the Israelis believe the
AWACS sale reduces its
confidence in its position
with the U.S. He said the
Israelis tend to act when
they are secure and will
not act if pressed or if
they feel insecure.

Reich also warned
Americans not to hope for
an early end to the govern-
ment of Premier Menahem
Begin. He said polls show
that today most Israelis pre-
fer Begin for premier and
Ariel Sharon for defense
minister to any of their ri-
vals. In addition, he noted,
most young Israelis, who
make up one-third of the
voters, and Oriental Jews,
who are a majority of the
population, tend to be
hardline and rightwing.
What is needed to ad-
vance the peace process is
another Arab leader, who
like Sadat, will demon-
strate to the Israelis he
wants peace, Reich said.

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ing pools and four cisterns
for collecting the wine with
a total of capacity of 25,000
liters has been uncovered in
Jericho by a Hebrew Uni-
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The archeologists believe
that this winepress may
have been used to process
the renowned date wine
which was produced for ex-
port in Second Temple times
and was served, inter alia,
on the imperial tables of
Rome.

The archeologists also
unearthed in its entirety a
round watchtower 11
meters in diameter. A simi-
lar tower was found at the
top of Massada, and both
have "pigeon holes." The re-
searchers believe this tower
served a dual purpose of
guard tower and pigeon-
breeding house. The winep-
resses and tower were ap-
parently built in the Has-
monean era.

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University of Jerusalem.
He was one of 831 stu-
dents from 18 countries
enrolled in the just-
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cooperation with the Is-
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and Samaria military
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Netzer of the Hebrew
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