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October 30, 1981 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pact Signed, Autonomy Progress Seen

(Continued from Page 1) the State Department. A the administrative coun-
Meanwhile, Ali and Is- U.S. spokesman, how- cil which will be the self-
raeli Prime Minister ever, welcomed the pro- governing body on the
gress being made by the West Bank and Gaza
Menahem Begin were up-
beat about progress this
two sides.
Strip under the au-
The spokesman also re- tonomy plan. He said the
week on the Palestinian au-
tonomy question. Au- jected a suggestion by
talks opening in Cairo
tonomy talks continued former Israeli Premier Yit-
next week will concen-
through the week in zhak Rabin that President trate on that issue.
Jerusalem and were - Reagan host a summit con-
Begin promised that once
scheduled to shift to Cairo ference with Begin and
an agreement is reached, Is-
next week. Egyptian President Hosni
rael would alter its presence
The Israeli, Egyptian and Mubarak.
in the occupied territories in
American delegations, all
President Reagan's spe- conformity with the terms
sub-ministerial rank offi- cial Mideast envoy, Philip
of the Camp David accords.
cials and technicians, are Habib, is scheduled to re-
Israel will withdraw the
discussing the 15 "major is- turn to the Middle East in
Military Government and
sues" itemized by Begin and November.
will .,carry out "a with-
his ministerial colleagues
drawal" of military forces.
Labor
Party
chairman
in talks with the late
• The remaining forces will
President Anwar Sadat and Shimon Peres, returning
be redeployed to "specified
his colleagues in Cairo a from a one-day visit to
President
security
locations," Begin
month ago. The present Cairo, said that
said, employing the
round of talks are the first Hosni Mubarak of Egypt as-
phraseology
of the Camp
official negotiations since sured him he intended to
David agreement. He said
the assassination of Sadat carry on the peace process
Israel was willing to draw a
on Oct. 6. with Israel initiated by the
map denoting those loca-
Although they are sup- late President Sadat. He
tions. "It was my impression
posed to be purely technical, also said that Mubarak
that
the idea was received
"preparatory" for ministe- made it clear that he does
see
(by
the Egyptians) as a basis
Jerusalem
rial level talks next month, not want to
for consideration and dis-
they may be raised to the divided.
cussion," Begin said.
ministerial level by next
According to Begin, the
Begin also announced
week if any snags develop.
key autonomy element is
Begin and Ali called for agreement on the elec-
that he invited President
Hosni Mubarak to visit
the upgrading of U.S. re- tion procedures, the
presentation at the talks, functions and the Jerusalem.
He and
Mubarak are expected to
but this was rejected by number of members of

Egyptian, Israeli Officials Cite Differences
Over Requirements for Peace in M.E.

HOUSTON (JTA) — Sig- met when it concluded its
nificant differences be- peace treaty with Egypt, its
tween Egypt and Israel over most powerful neighbor,
the requirements for Middle without which an Arab war
East peace emerged here against Israel is not possi-
Sunday in speeches by As- ble. He stressed that Israel's
hraf Ghorbal, the Egyptian problem is therefore
ambassador to the United psychological.
Ghorbal also claimed
States, and Moshe Guidron,
consul general of Israel in that the cease-fire in
Lebanon is "a vital first
Houston.
Both addressed a dinner step" and expressed hope
at the annual meeting of the that it will be built upon
Amens
Jewish Commit- and eventually be trans-
tee's National Executive formed "into a peace
Council, attended by nearly treaty" between Israel
and the Palestinians.
500 delegates.
The Egyptian envoy Guidron took sharp issue
made the point that Israel's with those points. "With
basic security needs were reference to finding solu-

Sinai Withdrawal Protested

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
estimated 30,000 visitors
and residents of Yamit in
Sinai spent the Simchat
Torah holiday dancing
through the streets of the
town with Torah scrolls to
protest the planned evacua-
tion of the region by next
April.
Observers said that many
of the holiday visitors ap-
pear to have remained in
Yamit and nearby villages,
joining ultra-nationalist
elements who hope to in-
crease the population which
will refuse army orders to
move away before the
evacuation date.
Two days later, Israeli
settlers in Yamit blocked
trailer trucks sent by the
government to dismantle
prefabricated homes on the
Prigan cooperative farm.
The driver was finally in-
structed to leave the site.
The movement has
gathered 400,000 signa-
tures of support from
throughout the country
opposing the withdrawal
from the Sinai.

New residents in Yamit
include Knesset members
Geula Cohen and Hanan
Porat of the Tehiya Party
which opposes the evacua-
tion, and Rabbi Haim
Druckman of the National
Religious Party.
Meanwhile,
Rabbi
Druelcman has announced
his resignation as deputy
minister of religious affairs.
Political observers won-
dered whether Druckman's
move was a first step in his
oft-anticipated breakaway
from the NRP and the Likud
coalition. He is a spiritual
leader of the Gush Emunim,
staunchly opposed to Is-
rael's withdrawal from
Sinai next April, and thus
considered closer to the
ultra-nationalist Tehiya
group than to the NRP.

Of all hideous things a
mummy is the most hide-
ous; and of mummies, the
most hideous are those that
are running about the
streets and talking.
—H. W. Beecher

tions to crucial issues, we
cannot consider the cessa-
tion of hostilities on the
Lebanese border as a prece-
dent to direct contact be-
tween Israel and terrorist
organizations," he said.

"This cessation was
reached through the efforts
of Ambassador (Philip)
Habib (President Reagan's
special envoy to the region)
and the government of
Lebanon.

"Israel will absolutely not
be the first to use even one
weapon unless we have to
defend our northern settle-
ments from another attack
by a terrorist organization
— the same organization
which announced, and I
quote, 'we shake the hand
that fired the bullet that kil-
led Sadat.' "

Friday, October 30, 19l

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