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November 27, 1981 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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20 Friday, November 21, 1961

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with that of the Jews at the
hands of the Nazis. As the
Arabs put it, Zionism is
Nazism, Israel is the Nazi
Germany of our time, and
the Jews perpetrated genoc-
idal holocaust against the
Arabs.
"He discovered a 'general
feeling' that Israel is 'a mili-
tary super-power' that is

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'here to stay,' that 'Jewish
nationalism' is 'accepted as
fact if not understood,' that
it is time to solve 'the basic
problem' that prevents
peace.
"How is it that Klutznick
transforms into things new
and positive what the Arabs
have been saying for years
negatively and with bitter
resentment? And one won-
ders why the Arabs 'at the
highest levels' with whom
he spoke have never seen fit
to say publicly that they ac-
cept Zionism as 'a fact' and
that Israel is 'here to stay.'
"That, indeed, is the
basic problem — the re-
fusal to accept Israel.
One must wonder why a
reputable Jewish leader
should adopt instead the
Arab definition of 'the
basic problem' as 'the
Palestinian issue.'
"He seems to equate the
PLO with all Palestinian
Arabs. He claims the PLO is
creating an organization
that handles social and eco-
nomic problems, but
chooses to ignore the fact
that it is largely paid for by

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"'The PLO," Klutznick re-
ports, "is the only party
qualified to speak for the
Palestinians' Who elected
them? On the West Bank
arid Gaza, and in Lebanon,
the PLO enforces its 'qual-
ifications' by murder, ter-
ror, assault, intimidation,
coercion.

"We are assured that 'the
PLO has sufficient strength
in an increasing number of
capitals to either accelerate
or abort the peace process
. . .' The fact is that the

PLO is, as President Sadat
recognized, an impotent lit-
tle beast — a financial cap-
tive of Saudi Arabia, a mili-
tary client of Syria and
Libya, an ideological prey of
a congeries of radical fana-
tics, a political pawn of Mos-
cow. It has no strength other
than what they permit it,
and would be utterly dis-
armed if that truth were
faced.
"There is no evidence
in the Fand plan that the
Arabs, as Elutznick
would have it, are pre-
pared to negotiate and
eventually recognize and
coexist with Israel.

Would that Fand were as
explicit in accepting Is-
rael as he is in declaring
holy war against it.

"No, the time is past for
diplomacy to be conducted
by examining the entrails of
the Saudi fowl, picking over
mysterious hints, indirect
allusions, ambiguous impli-
cations.

"We are in a new era, the

post-Sadat era. He came to
Jerusalem and said, 'You
are here as of right. Now
let's talk.' It was the sup-
reme act of acceptance of the
axiom of Israel's legitimacy.
We're waiting for Fand."

British Rush for Arab Embrace

that the reactor at Is-
technical know-how.
By CARL ALPERT
lamabad has already or is
HAIFA—The simple and ' One is tempted to ask why
about to produce the first
a country like Saudi Arabia,
moving rites at the funeral
"Islamic nuclear bomb,"
of Moshe Dayan were mar- not known to be lacking in
red only by the scandalous energy resources, suddenly with more to come. The Is-
lamic
world has its own
absence of an appropriate has need for nuclear plants
and know-how, but then, master plan for use of such
representative of the
only a cynic would ask such weapons.
British government. All the
Now we learn of British
a question.
major countries with which
attempts to penetrate the
Little attention has
Israel has diplomatic rela-
Egyptian
"power" market
been paid to the $300 mil-
tions sent top-level delega-
lion deal for Britain to as well. Egypt is scheduled
tions.
build electric power to receive six power reac-
Britain was the only
tors, two each from the U.S.,
plants in Iraq, constitut-
country of importance not
even represented by its am- ing an opening wedge for France and West Germany.
the London government. Not long ago Britain signed
bassador. Since Dayan died
The military establish- an agreement for nuclear
on Friday evening and the
ment is not happy about cooperation with the Land
funeral took place on Sun-
day afternoon, there was no the aid to Iraq, but com- of the Nile. Why let the
mercial and industrial Aniericans and the French
question of lack of time. Ob-
servers at.the funeral asked interests have pressed and Germans get all the
for it.. The economic crisis business?
each other if this was a sig-
When the facts are re-
in Britain and mounting
nal.
unemployment have im- vealed, and the signals
There have been other
pelled the Thatcher gov- properly interpreted, the
signals, even clearer. At a
ernment to grasp at every British absence from Moshe
meeting of the European
Dayan's funeral turns out to
economic opportunity.
Democratic Union in Au-
Britain is also known to be not a mystery at all, but
stria in July, Foreign Secre-
part
of a clearly evolving
be behind the unclear de-
tary Lord Carrington com-
velopments• in Pakistan. policy of the present British
pared Israel's treatment of
There are repeated reports government.
Arabs in the occupied areas
to the way the Nazis treated
the Jews in the occupied
areas of Europe.
At that meeting there
was no one to hurl the
JERUSALEM (JTA) — who heads the Tami faction,
contemptible compari-
Aharon Abu-Hatzeira, the a coalition partner in Pre-
son back into his teeth.
minister of absorption and mier Menahem Begin's
But when Carrington had
welfare, pleaded not guilty Likud-led government, took
a brief meeting in New
in Tel Aviv district court a leave of absence from his
York with Israel Foreign
Sunday, at the opening of Cabinet duties Sunday after
Minister Yitzhak Shamir,
his
trial for alleged embez- trying in vain to have the
the latter refused to ac-
zlement and fraud.
trial postponed.
cept the Englishman's
Abualatzeira was acquit-
The
same plea was
crude and even insulting
entered by his co-defendant ted of charges of bribe-
remarks, and is said to
and foriner aide, Moshe taking in a trial held earlier
have replied point-blank:
Gabay. The trial is expected this year. Those charges
"Have you already
to last until the end of the stemmed from alleged
solved all your own prob-
year during which time the wrong-doings when he
lems in Ireland, that you
prosecution intends to call served as religious affairs
have so much time to deal
about 61 witnesses.
minister in the first Begin
with the Palestinian mat-
State Attorney Gavriel government. At that time
ter?"
Bach said at the opening he was a member of the Na-
At the recent conference
session that he would prove tional Religious Party.
in Mexico, Carrington pub-
He is currently charged
that Abu-Hatzeira had mis-
licly called on Israel to ac-
appropriated public funds on 10 counts of fraud, bet-
cept a Palestinian state
amounting
to
millions
of
rayal
of trust and conspi-
alongside them. If this was a
slip of the tongue, as some of pounds between the years racy to commit a crime.
1973 and 1977 when he
his associates later said, it
served as mayor of Ramie.
Camp David
was a revealing slip.
He allegedly took the `Is Finished'
All the facts seem to point
money from a charitable
to a new major offensive by
BEIRUT (ZINS) —
fund which had received
Britain to win a place in the
it from the Interior Minis-
British Ambassador David
Arab world. When the Is-
Roberts
told the weekly
try
to
establish
schol-
rael newspaper Haaretz last
magazine Monday Morning
arships for yeshiva and
June reported that Britain
that
the
Camp
David peace
other
students
among
Is-
was to supply Saudi Arabia
rael's Sephardic commu-
process between Israel and
with everything requried
nity.
Egypt
"is
rmished,
more or
for nuclear plants, the
Abu-Hatzeira was ad-
less.
charge was denied. But last
Roberts said the Arabs re-
ministrator of the fund set
month the London Observer
up in the name of his late ject Camp David because it
revealed details of the-im-
father who had been chief calls for Palestinian au-
pending deal which will cost
rabbi of Morocco.
tonomy rather than inde-
about $1 billion for equip-
The welfare minister,. ..pendence.
ment. - fuel , experts and

Court Hears Not Guilty Plea
in Abu-Hatzeira Fraud Case

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