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October 09, 1981 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, October 9, 1981

Feasible' Pathway
Shamir Upholds Camp David Accord as 'Only
He declared his opposi-
with the Israeli or Ira-

UNITED NATIONS

(JTA) — Israeli Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
declared that the Camp

David accords have been

and remain the only feasi-
ble path to peace.• in the
Mideast. No other viable
solution appears on the
horizon, - he said.

In a speech prepared for

delivery to the UN General
Assembly. Shamir expres-
sed confidence that the re-

sumed negotiations for au-
tonomy for the Palestinian

Arabs living in Judea,
Samaria and the Gaza Dis-
trict will be concluded suc-

cessfully in the near future.
He reiterated, however,
Israel's position that the
Palestinian Arabs "do have
a state on a major part of the
territory of Palestine,"
namely Jordan, which is al-
ready a Palestinian state
- by virtueof its geography."

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Therefore, Shamir
stated, "there is no need
to speak further of self-
determination for the
Palestinian Arabs; their
homeland is already in
existence."
In his 18-page speech, the
Israeli Foreign Minister
outlined his country's posi-
tion on major Mideast ques-
tions, such as the situation
in Lebanon, nuclear prolif-
eration and the arms race,
along with other issues of
concern for the Jewish
state, such as the fate of
Soviet Jewry and the UN
treatment of Israel.
Shamir said that Israel
had to destroy Iraq's nuc-
lear reactor "before it was to
become operational in the
summer of 1981, for its de-
struction at a later date
would have brought about
radioactive fallout endan-
gering the civilian popula-
tion of Baghdad."
Charging that Iraq plan-
ned to produce an atom
bomb to be used against Is-
rael, Shamir said that
"People in all parts of the
world, including the
Mideast, are sleeping more

soundly today, secure in the
knowledge that this par-
ticular reactor haS been re-
moved."
Shamir said that "The
only genuine way to re-
move the nuclear threat
to the Mideast can be
found in the establish-
ment of a nuclear -
weapon - free zone, freely
and directly negotiated
among the countries of
the region and based on
mutual assurances, on
the pattern of the
Tlatelolco Treaty of Latin

Noting that the'AsSembly
is going to take up next
month the issue of Israel's
attack on Iraq's reactor,
Shamir warned that the.de-
bate on the matter, initiated
by Iraq, "has been formu-
lated in a manner clearly
intended to prejudge the
outcome of the debate."
As for the Lebanese situa-
tion, Shamir said "The gov-
ernment of Israel will at all
times support the re-
establishment of a truly in-
dependent Lebanon, within
its international bound-
aries, free of Syrian occupa-
tion and PLO terror."
Referring to the situation
of Soviet Jews, Shamir ac-
cused the Soviet Union of
preventing "many
thousands" of Jews from
emigrating to Israel.
The Israeli minister ap-
pealed to the Soviet Union
"to reopen its gates for Jews
who wish to return to their
homeland, and to cease the
persecution of Jews in the'
Soviet Union."
Shamir also expressed
concern over the harass-
ment of Syrian Jewry, cal-
ling upon the Syrian gov-
ernment "to respect the
basic human rights of its
Jewish community which it
holds hostage and which it
prevents from leaving."
Shamir sharply
criticized the United Na-
tions for its treatment of
Israel. "In recent years,
this organization (UN)
has repeatedly permitted
itself to be abused by Is-
rael's adversaries who
enjoy a built-in majority
in the Assembly on any
issue related to the
Arab-Israeli conflict. As
a result, Israel has more
than once been the victim
of discriminatory treat-
ment in the United Na-
tions."
As a case in point Shamir
cited the UN negative at-
titude toward the Camp
David agreements.
Meanwhile, Foreign
Minister Josef Zcyrek of Po-
land and Shamir of Israel
met this week for an hour at
the Consulate General of
Poland. Poland broke dip-
lomatic relations with Is-
rael after the Six-Day War.
In a related development,
Ambassador Yehuda Blum
of Israel said that Ismat
Kittani of Iraq, General As-
sembly president, should
temporarily hand over his
duties to an assembly vice
president on any matter af-
fecting Israel.
Blum reacted to a
statement.by Kittani that
he would refuse to deal

than delegates after both tion to "opportunism" in the

criticized his election as Middle East and warned

against. "unrestrained ad-
assembly president. ,
In New York, former vice" from other nations.

West German Chancellor He likened the region to
Willy Brandt warned that "a barrel of gun powder cap-

the gains made from the able of blowing up the whole
peace treaty between Israel world." Brandt stressed
and Egypt appear to be in that "exploring and talking
and rethinking, in most
jeopardy and urged Israel to
accept outside assistance in cases, are more productive
saving the treaty, "even if it than playing for time. My
comes from Europe." experience tells me that
Brandt, who heads the time very often is a danger-
Socialist International and ous companion for progress
is a Nobel Peace Prize and peace."

_we., referring

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the European Economic
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a comprehensive peace set-
tlement between Israel and
all of its Arab neighbors.
Israel has opposed the
European initiative be-
cause it would associate the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization with the peace
process.
The German diplomat
addressed some 600 people
at a Bnai Brith dinner
where he received the Bnai
Brith International's Presi-
dent's Gold Medallion
Award for
Humanitarianism.
__In the course of his 40
minute speech Brandt
said his meeting with
PLO chief Yasir Arafat in
Vienna last year was ar-
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Brandt acknowledged
that "great exertions will be
necessary" to secure and
sustain Israel's right to
exist and "to harmonize
with that right the legiti-
mate claims of its
neighbors, including the
Palestinians." -

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