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October 16, 1981 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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Friday, October 16, 1611

THE DETROITJEWISH NEWS

Jubilation Over Sadat Assassinaticin Sways Kreisky

(Continued from Page 1)
he believed he could take on .
the Palestine question with
his peace treaty with Isirael.
He underestimated the
problem."
Asked about a new PLO
representative in Vienna,
the Chancellor said,'"At the
moment we are not in-
terested. We are not in- a
hurry, which should be un-
* derstandable." The PLO
representative in Vienna,
Ghazi Hussein, was expel-
led from Austria last sum-
mer for involvement in an
arms smuggling operation
shortly before a planned
visit by Sadat to Salzbur g
The visit was subsequently
canceled.

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Kreisky repeated that
he was shocked by the
assassination and
warned that "deeds like
this one have never con-
tributed to a peaceful de-
velopment.' He con-
tinued to maintain, how-
ever, that there would be
no political solution to
the Middle East conflict
without the participation

.WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig has reaffirmed
U. policy to have no con-
tact with the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization until
it recognizes Israel's right to
exist. This" was Haig's re-
joinder Monday to asser-
` tions by former Presidents
Jimmy Carter and Gerald
Ford that the U.S. eventu-
ally must deal with the PLO
if the Middle East peace
process is to succeed.
All three men attended
the funeral of President
Anwar -Sadat in Cairo
Saturday. Carter and Ford
made their remarks to re-
porters aboard an Air Force
jet in which they were re-
turning to Washington.
Both stressed that resolu-
tion of the Palestinian prob-
lem wa s S critical to peace in
the region.

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Ford asserted that it
would be of benefit to Israel
and the PLO "if there could
be a more rapid decision" on -
the future status of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip. He
said the U.S. would have to
talk to the PLO.

"At some point it has to
happen. I would not want to
pick a date today, but in a
realistic way, that dialogue
has to take place if you're
going really to come to grips
with the last issues that are
on the table," Ford said.

Carter said, "There is no
way for Israel ever to have
an assured permanent
peace without resolving the
Palestinian issue . . In
the Camp David agreement,
there is a provision for Jor-
dan and Egypt, ,as part of
their own delegations, to
have Palestinian leaders
included. And, of course, the
overwhelming portion of
the mayors and other local
Arab officials in the West

Bank and Gaza are mem-
bers of the PLO. So I think
that Jerry (Ford) is cer-
tainly right in saying these
discussions have to be
done." •
Carter went on to warn
against stigmatizing the
Palestinian people as ter-
rorists, "a very fallacious
thing to do." He main-
tained, "Many of the PLO
leaders are very moderate
in abhoring terrorism and
violence." He said he could
not envisage "any possibil-
ity in the future . . of the
Palestinian world and the
Arab world acknowledging
any other leadership for the
Palestinians other than the
PLO." •
,In Tokyo, PLO leader
Yasir Arafat welcomed the
two former Presidents' re-
marks but asked, "I have to
ask why they are remem-
bering the PLO now? While
they were in power they
were trying to neglect the
PLO."

man on foreign policy mat-
ters, said in an interview
with Agence France Press
during, an official visit to
Havana Oct. 6 that the as-
sassination of Sadat "is the
best news for many years
. . - The Egyptian people
. . removed the shame
and dishonor which Sadat
had imposed on the glorious
history of Egypt." He added
that Sadat's death marks
"the beginning of the distin-
tegration of the plot rep-
resented the troika Begin -
Sadat - U.S.. ."
Abu Ayad, head of El
Fatah, the PLO's terrorist
arm, said in a Beirut radio
broadcast, "We shake the
hand that fired the bullets
and declare to the whole
world that the dubious
house of cards has been
blown away . . . The shot
fired at Sadat was fired at
the worst of all stages in
Arab history and is proof of
the people's vigilance and
the evolution of the opposi-
tion from the passive steps
to the active."

-

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The U.S. Supreme Court
opened the way Tuesday for
the extradition to Israel of
Zaid Abu Eain, a 21-year-
old Palestinian, to stand
trial for planting a" bomb
that killed two persons and
injured 36 in Tiberias in
May 1979.
Eain has been held in a
Chicago jail since August of
that year, in which time a
federal appeals court af-
firmed a lower couft's deci-
sion that there was suffl-
dent evidence for extradi-
tion. •
The Supreme Court, by
declining to review the dp-
peals court ruling, removed
the last legal barrier to re-
turn Eain to Israel to stand.
trial. He may still appeal
against extradition to Sec-
retary of State Alexander
Haig.
The accused youth con-
tends that there was in-
sufficient evidence - to
link him to the bombing
and that the offense was a
political one, except from
the existing extradition
treaty between the U.S.
and Israel.
Those arguments were re-
jected by the lower courts
and, in effect, by the Sup-
reme Court when it refused
the request for review. The
case brought protests from
the American-Arab Anti -
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great Egyptian people,
which has not forgiven its
president for having de-
ceived it on Jerusalem, bar-
tered away the Palestinian
goal and signed the
treacherous machinations
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Farouk Kaddoumi, head
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Haig Affirms U.S. PLO Policy
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that "the assassination of
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people that bears the bur-
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