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January 01, 1982 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Egypt Assures Israel Golan Annexation
Won't Affect Relations Between Them

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel has received assur-
ances from Egypt that its
annexation of the Golan
Heights will not affect rela-
tions between the two coun-
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Israel's Ambassador to
Cairo, Moshe Sasson, said
that position was conveyed
to him by President Hosni
Mubarak.
Sasson was interviewed
on the Voice of Israel Radio
Monday shortly after he
handed Mubarak a letter
from Premier Menahem
Begin affirming that Israel
would complete its evacua-
tion of Sinai by next April
26, the deadline set in the
Egyptian-Israeli peace tre-
aty.
The
letter
also
explained Israel's
reasons for imposing its
law on the Golan Heights,
Sasson said.
He said his one-hour
meeting with the Egyptian
president was held "in a
very friendly atmosphere."
Mubarak is scheduled to
visit Israel in February, but
no date has been set yet.
In Rome, Foreign Minis-
ter Kamal Hassan Ali of
Egypt has pledged that his
country will pursue its
peace process with Israel
even if it takes years and
will not become involved in
war regardless of what
other Arab states did.
In an interview published
in the daily La Republica,
the Egyptian diplomat
criticized Syria for refusing
to discuss anything with Is-
rael, indicated that . Egypt
supported only the "positive
elements" in the Saudi Ara-
bian peace plan and expres-
sed confidence that the pre-
sent dispute between Israel
and the U.S. over Israel's
annexation of the Golan
Heights does not jeopardize
the Camp David accords.
Israel's action on the
Golan and any resulting
armed conflict between
Israel and Syria certainly
would not involve Egypt,
Hassan Ali declared.

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"The Arab common de- Ghali, Egyptian minister
fense treaty no longer con- of state for external af-
cerns us since the Arab fairs, reaffirmed his
countries chose to form country's peace with Is-
another Arab League which rael, but added that to
has excluded us," he said. broaden this peace and
"We will certainly not be- make it stable, the U.S.
come involved in a war."
would have to pressure
He said that while Egypt Israel to take the next
condemned Israel's annexa- step in solving the prob-
tion of the Golan Heights, it lem of Palestinian au-
did not concern Egypt in the tonomy.
same way that the annexa-
According to the New
tion of Jerusalem did when York Times, Ghali listed
Israel made it official by examples of what the U.S.
adopting the Jerusalem law could do to put pressure on
last year.
Israel: reduction in Ameri-
According to Hassan Ali, can arms deliveries to Israel
Jerusalem is part of the and a modification of the
West Bank and Egypt and law that permits Americans
Israel are in the process of to take tax deductions for
negotiating autonomy for contributions to Israel.
the West Bank and the Gaza
Ghali said that Begin was
Strip.
jeopardizing support for Is-
In Cairo, Boutros rael among American Jews.

Illness Delays Deportation
of Accused Ex-Nazi in U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Justice Department ag-
reed to withhold deporta-
tion proceedings for the
time being against Otto Al-
brecht von Bolschwing, a
former Gestapo official in-
volved with Adolf
Eichmann in the liquida-
tion of Jews, who voluntar-
ily gave up his U.S. citizen-
ship, acquired illegally in
1959 by concealing his Ges-
tapo connection.
Allan Ryan who heads
the Justice Department's
Office of Special Investiga-
tions (OSI), said deportation
was waived for the present
because von Bolschwing,
72, has a health problem
which impairs his ability to
assist in his defense.
The agreement, filed in
U.S. District Court in Sac-
ramento, Calif., must be ap-
proved by the court to be fi-
nal.
Von Bolschwing was
one of 11 former Nazis re-
siding in the U.S. against
whom denaturalization
proceedings were un-
derway before he relin-
quished citizenship.
In doing so, he admitted
only to membership in the
Nazi Party. But his Gestapo
associations have been
documented in "Nazi War
Criminals in America:
Facts . . . Action" by
Charles Allen Jr. and
Rochelle Saidel-Wolk, pub-
lished this year.
According to the writers,

Friday, January 1, 1982 19

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