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December 18, 1981 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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26 Friday, December 18, 1981 •

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Autonomy Negotiations Resume

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The autonomy talks re-
sumed in Tel Aviv Sunday
on the working level.
Ambassador Taher Sash,
head of the Egyptian dele-
gation, said on his arrival
that the latest round of
talks will be a continuation
of earlier efforts to work out
a declaration of principles
covering the powers and re-
sponsibilities of the auton-
omous authority on the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Last week, Israel and
Egypt concluded a series of
agreements on the normali-
zation of relations between
the two countries. The areas
covered were entry and
transit visas and customs
regulations.
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— U.S. - Saudi relations
should be based on the
mutual goal of reaching a
peaceful settlement of the
Mideast conflict.
"If the Saudis are seri-
ously interested in peace
they would adopt (Security
Council) Resolution 242, or
would say: this is our posi-
tion . . ." instead of present-
ing a set of conditions such
as the plan by Crown Prince
Fand, Peres said. He added
that Israel is willing to
negotiate but will not accept
pre-conditions.
SHIMON PERES
The former Defem
tion committee of which
Israeli Defense Minister Minister said that Saudi -
Ariel Sharon and Egyp- Arabia is "not doing us a
tian Foreign Minister favor" by moving in a peace-
Kamal Hassan Ali are the ful direction. He noted that
Saudis share the Red Sea
co-chairmen.
Under the agreements with Israel, and once Saudi
reached last week, Israelis Arabia begins to fortify
visiting Sinai will be able to their side of the shore with
obtain entry visas good for military weapons Israel will
one week at the border do the same on its shore.
He said that the Labor
checkpoint. Israel has not,
however, agreed to Egypt's Party still considers the
demand that visitors who "Jordanian option" to be the
want to stay in the area- most realistic option for the
longer than 48 hours must future of the West Bank.
buy at least 100 Egyptian
"The Jordanian option
pounds (about $20). Israel is the Israeli option,"
insists on a much smaller Peres said, claiming that
amount.
negotiations between Is-
Israel tourists on charter rael and Jordan on the
flights from Eilat to Al- future of the West Bank is
Nakeb airport in the the best guarantee
Egyptian-controlled area of against the establish-
Sinai will be issued entry ment of a PLO state.
visas upon arrival at the
He said that in the past he
airport, it was agreed by considered Jordan to be the
both sides.
second — after Egypt — on
The resumption of the au- the peace list, but today
tonomy talks was the occa- Jordan is the third after
sion for the Egyptian media Saudi Arabia.
Peres also said that the
to urge Israel to display a
more constructive ap- conversion of Israel "to a
proach, not only toward the bi-national state,"
Palestinian§, but to Arab presumably by annexing
states which might partici- the West Bank, "will be a
pate in the next stage of the tragic mistake." Israel, he
peace process. The reference declared "must stay a
clearly was to Saudi Arabia. Jewish state."
Replying to a question on
A Foreign Ministry
spokesman in Cairo said his party's opposition to the
last week that the recent recent strategic cooperation
events in the Gaza Strip agreement signed' by the
and on the West Bank United States and Israel,
"harm the trust and cast Peres said tire opposition
doubts" on Israel's inten- was on a number of points.
He said the agreement
tions.
Both territories have was not clear about
been the scene of unrest "what Israel should do"
during the past week and in a crisis and did not
vigorous Israeli measures to treat equally Israel and
the U.S. "since any U.S.
restore order.
In New York, Shimon undertaking must be ap-
Peres, chairman of Israel's proved by Congress."
opposition Labor Party said
In addition, Peres said,
that Israel should continue "we are unhappy that
the autonomy negotiations, Soviet Russia was men-
presently under way be- tioned by name," contrary t
tween Israel, Egypt and the to all other international _
United States, and strive to agreements the U.S. had
conclude an agreement by signed. He contended that
April 1982, when Israel is to mentioning the Soviet
complete its withdrawal Union might harm the posi-
tion of Soviet Jews.
from Sinai.
Addressing a meeting of
the Conference of UJA Palm Bear'
Presidents of Major Ameri- Dinner Feb. 18\
can Jewish Organizations,
NEW YORK — The
Peres said that the future
autonomy agreement could United Jewish Appeal Na-
be implemented first in the tional Palm Beach Dinner
Gaza Strip, since the prob- will be held on Feb. 18. at the
lems there are less complex Breakers Hotel.
The dinner is the first =,'
than the problems in the
West Bank. He did not UJA national event for sea-
sonal and year-round resi-
specify.
Peres said that Israel is dents of the Florida com-
not interested in creating munity. Heinz Eppler ofc
"a rupture" between the Palm Beach and Cecil N.
United States and Saudi Rudnick of New York are
Arabia. But Israel, he associate chairmen for the
said, is demanding that dinner.

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