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January 15, 1982 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-15

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14 Friday, January 15, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Weinberger Charges That Israel Canceled Cooperation Accord

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of Defense Caspar
Weinberger charged that it
was Israel and not the
United States which cancel-
led the memorandum of

understanding on strategic
cooperation signed Nov. 30
between the two countries.
The Reagan Administra-
tion suspended the
memorandum, signed by

Weinberger and Israeli De-
fense Minister. Ariel Sha-
ron, following Israel's an-
nexation of the Golan
Heights, an act the Ad-
ministration contended vio-
lated the spirit of the accord
because of Israel's failure to
consult the U.S. prior to the
Golan action.
Following the suspen-
sion, Premier Menahem
Begin, in a scathing attack
of Administration policies
toward Israel, charged that
the U.S. had "abrogated"
the memorandum and that
as far as he was concerned,

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a head of a minority gov-
ernment and preferred
early elections to such a
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The leaders of Agudat Is-
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Likud would press for early
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At this point Begin re-
treated. Spokesman Ur --'
Porat announced that
news about early elections
was unfounded. Begin had
only said that if he would
have to head a minority
government he would con-
sider the possibility of early
elections.
Shimon Peres denied that
he had met with the NRP,
claiming that Labor opposes
early elections before the
final withdrawal from Sinai
and that Begin's hints in
this direction were a ma-
neuver to cause differences
of opinion in the Labor
Alignment.
The fact that some Knes-
set members of the Labor
party have voted for the
Golan Law induced some
Mapam leaders to speak
openly for a dissolution of
the Labor Alignment. They
propose separate groups of
Labor and Mapam.
Meanwhile, the Young
Guard of Mapam in
Jerusalem sent to the leader
of the Great Torah Sages,
Rabbi Eliezer Schach, a
warm telegram of thanks
for demanding that Aguda
oppose the Golan Law.

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Henry Catto said that
Weinberger has accepted
the invitation from Saudi
Arabia to visit that country
and may also go to
neighboring Oman. Catto
stressed that Weinberger
does expect to go to Israel
this year, but "Israel has
never been considered as
part of the itinerary for this
particular trip."

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It also was learned that
Weinberger will not visit Is-
rael when he goes to the
Middle East next month.
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ment following the Wein-
berger interview declaring
that the Administration
remains unwilling to re-
open the agreement.

In
Jerusalem,
a
Foreign Ministry official
said Weinberger's charge
was off the mark. He
noted that the extension
of Israel's law to the
Golan had nothing what-
soever to do with the
cooperation agreement.

TEL AVIV — The four
Knesset members of Agudat
Israel, who are part of the
Israeli government coali-
tion, did not participate in
the vote on the Golan
Heights Law.
The Aguda faction was
in a delicate position. Its
Great Torah Sages, who set
policy for Agudat Israel,
were in favor of voting
against the Law, but Aguda
leaders Abraham Shapira
and Rabbi Shlomo Lorincz
succeeded in gaining per-
mission to abstain from vot-
ing.
Prime
Minister
Menahem Begin was upset
about such a behavior by a
coalition partner. He re-
proached the Knesset mem-
bers of Agudat Israel and
announced he would not be

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it was "null and void."

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Gov-
ernment services were
paralyzed last Wednesday
as an estimated 60,000 civil
servants took what they
termed "organized leave"
for the day.
The one-day strike was
called to press demands for
increased pay for the lowest
grade of government em-
ployees. Post offices were
closed, trains were halted,
government offices were
closed and radio and televi-
sion silenced apart from
news bulletins.
. The only government
offices exempted by the
strike committee were those
in the Defense Ministry.
Hospitals maintained a
skeleton staff and services
were similar to those on
Shabat.

Civil Service Commis-7
sioner Eliezer Hochstei s,
pointed out that govern-
ment workers had received
increased pay some months
ago, and he was prepared to
entertain additional in-
creases for the lower paid
workers, but could not agree
to the full demands of the
strike committee. The gov-
ernment said all strikers
would have one day's pay
deducted from their next
pay check.

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