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November 27, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 21, 19131 55

Envoy Linowitz Upholds Camp David Accords
at Largest Ever Beth Yehudah Schools Event

By HEIDI PRESS

Calling the Camp David
accords a "momentous
achievement," Sol Linowitz,
former U.S. ambassador-
at-large to the Middle East,
said advances are being
made to achieve the goals of
the agreement between
Egypt, Israel and the U.S.
Speaking Sunday eve-
ning at the 67th annual
dinner on behalf of the Beth
Yehudah Schools at Fair-
lane Manor, Linowitz out-
lined the three major goals
of the tripartite agreement
and the steps made so far to
achieve them.
He listed the goals as
"peace and a productive re-
lationship between Egypt
and Israel," full autonomy
for the Palestinians under a
transitional agreement and
a "broader more com-
prehensive peace for all par-
' ties in the region."

On the first of the three
objectives, Linowitz said
that it had been accom-

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nary degree." He called it
an achievement in spirit
— the spirit of coopera-
tion and trust achieved
by Egypt and Israel.

On full autonomy for the
Palestinians, Linowitz said
"great progress has been
made" and added that any
solution must be "credible
and viable." He said any
discussion on the autonomy
issue must take into consid-
eration "the legitimate and
vital security concerns of Is-
rael."
Linowitz said that the
difficulties in the negotia-
tions were compounded by
Palestinians in the West
Bank and Gaza who do not
want to be part of the peace
process. But he was optimis-
tic, and said that Palesti-
nian participation was
possible. "It is our most
realistic and only hope" for
achieving peace in the area.
He said terrorism must be
guarded against, and added,
"The U.S. won't negotiate
with the PLO unless and
until it recognizes Resolu -
tion 242 and Israel's right to
live in peace."

Linowitz referred to
the Saudi peace plan as
"implicit and subjunc-
tive" and added that it is
"unmistakably clear that
the Saudi plan cannot be
substituted for Camp
David. It risks the future
of the Camp David ac-
cords."

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He said the problem of
negotiating peace in the
Mideast "defies shortcut
solutions" and added that
"we are taking a giant step"
by effecting the peace proc-
ess slowly.
"I find cause for some
hope," Linowitz said, allud-
ing to goals already at-
tained in the peace process:
the treaty between Egypt
and Israel, the "desire by
both parties to move for-
ward," agreement on some
issues and the U.S. role as a
partner and as a "construc-
tive spur to progress."
More than 1,600 persons
were gathered at the
dinner, the largest
attendance at a function on
behalf of the Beth Yehudah
Schools.

The dinner marked the
occasion to honor Robert
A. Stewart with the 12th
annual Golden Torah
Award of the religious
schools. The award was
presented to Stewart by
Alvin A. Reifman, a prev-
ious Golden Torah
Award recipient.

Rabbi Norman Kahn,
administrator and execu-
tive vice president of the
schools, greeted the dinner
guests with a briefhistory of
the Beth Yehudah Schools.
He said the schools were the
first to reach out the Hun-
garian children who immig-
rated here from their
rebellion-laden country in
1956, to the Russian Jewish
immigrant children and to
the Iranian children who
were able to get out from
their revolution-torn coun-
try.
Kahn added that the Beth
Yehudah Schools are based
on.the "Talmud concept of
yeshiva" and that they are
responsible for the "renais-
sance of living Judaism in
our city."
He thanked the honoree
for his efforts and acknowl-
• edged the work of the Ladies
of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and its president, Fanny

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Chapter.

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Dinner Co-Chairman
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marked that Jewish con-
tinuity was maintained
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