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November 27, 1981 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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16 Friday, November 21, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

4 EEC Countries to Join MFO

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PARIS (JTA) — Four
Western European coun-
tries — Britain, France,
Italy and The Netherlands
— announced Monday that
they will provide units for
the Multinational Force
and Observers (MFO) which
will patrol Sinai after Israel
completes its withdrawal in
April.
The announcement re-
ferred to the Camp David
agreements, the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treaty and
United Nations Security
Council Resolution 2,42. It
was accompanied by a joint
declaration on behalf of the
10-member states of the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) supporting
the participation by the four
but stressing at the same
time that the EEC states
"back a global agreement"
in the Middle East with
which the "Palestine Liber-
ation Organization should
be associated."
The announcement was
promptly welcomed by
Egypt. Minister of State for
Foreign Affairs- Boutros
Ghali said in Cairo that
Egypt hoped the participa-
tion of the four European
states would encourage
other Western countries
such as Canada, Australia
and New Zealand ta partici-
pate in the MFO as well.
The U.S. is already
committed to provide
nearly half of the 2,500-
member force and, ac-
cording to Washington,
committments also have
been made by Fiji,
Uruguay and Colombia.
Israel fiercely objected to
any reference by the EEC to
its Venice declaration of
1980 in connection with the
MFO. Israel was expected to
ask each of the European
participants for "clarifica-
tion" of their position. Israel

ADL Seeks
Ban on Klan
Training Camps

HOUSTON — The Anti -
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith has asked a federal
court to prohibit the Ku
Klux Klan from operating
para ; military training
camps in Texas.
The ADL filed a brief ask-
ing the federal court to up-
hold the constitutionality of
a Texas statute than bans'
private "military com-
panies or organizations"
and to issue an injunction
directed against the KKK.

Israel Trip
for Pope Unsure

ROME (JTA) — An Israel
Radio report that Pope John
Paul U expressed interest in
visiting Jerusalem has not
been confirmed by Vatican
sources.
According to the Israel
Radio report last week, the
Pope spoke at some length
to the Isareli delegation to
the UN Food and Agricul-
ture Organization (FAO)
conference here the day be-
fore and expressed the hope
of visiting "Jerusalem.

has threatened to disqualify
any country that agreed to
participate in the MFO on
the basis of any formula
other than the Camp David
accords. -
The joint text was the sub-
ject of a month-long dispute
between the EEC and Israel
and among members of the
EEC. Greece, the newest
member, objected to any
reference to Camp David.
The Israelis oppose the Ven-
ice declaration because it
calls for association of the
PLO with the Mideast peace
process.
The U.S. State Depart-
ment reacted warmly to the
European announcement.
Israel Foreign Ministry
spokesmen reacted cau-
tiously, saying the Israeli
Cabinet will have to discuss
the issues involved.
European sources said
the four countries would
supply medical teams
and logistical support for
the MFO but probably
would not dispatch com-
bat troops. French
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson made it clear
last week that France
would not send combat
forces and the Dutch
have taken a similar
stand. Italy and Britain
are expected to follow
suit.
Diplomatic sources in
Brussels said that the 10
EEC nations are increas-
ingly favorable toward the
eight-point plan proposed
by Crown Prince Fand of
Saudi Arabia last August
but flatly rejected by Israel.
The sources said that, with
slight variations, the
EEC-member states believe
the Saudi plan could and
should serve as the basis for
future negotiations for a
global peace settlement in
the Middle East.
But the Fand plan has al-
ready run into trouble at the
Arab foreign ministers

meeting. in Fez, Morocco
where the PLO turned it
doWn. The PLO representa-
tive and its foreign policy
spokesman, Farouk Kad-
doumi, called the plan "un-
acceptable and dangerous."

Diplomatic sources in Fez
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency thatthe Saudi dele-
gation, led by Foreign
Minister Prince Saud,
seemed shocked by the
strong terms with which
Kaddoumi rejected the
plan. The PLO official said
the decision to reject it was
taken unanimously by the
PLO's executive council at a
secret meeting in Beirut
over the weekend attended
by PLO chief Yasir Arafat.
In view of that develop-
ment, Arab sources in Fez
said it is no longer certain
that the Saudis will press
ahead with their plan which
has failed to gain support in
most Arab states and was
treated cooly by the U.S.

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