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January 15, 1982 - Image 29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 15, 1982

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Israel Wants Haig to Press Egypt on the Autonomy Talks

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — within the government
Israeli officials were ex- under the chairmanship of
)ected to tell Secretary of Premier Menahem Begin. A
-State Alexander Haig high-level Israeli
Thursday and today that negotiator said that Haig
the United States must must seek concessions from
press Egypt to soften its Egypt on the nature of the
position on four key issues self-governing authority on
in the autonomy talks if the West Bank and Gaza
there is to be any hope of an Strip; settlements; security;
agreement by April 26, the and Jerusalem.
deadline for Israel's with-
He reiterated the asser-
drawal from Sinai.
tion by Interior Minister
Israel's position emerged Yosef Burg, head of Israel's
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Egypt's insistence that the
Arabs of East Jerusalem be
allowed to participate in the
election of the self-
governing authority on the
West Bank.
With respect to the na-
ture of the self-governing
authority, Israel firmly
opposes any legislative
powers while Egypt
would invest the
authority with legislative
and judicial branches. In
Israel's view, this would
in effect make the
authority a government
in embryo.
Jewish settlements in the
occupied territories and re-
sponsibility for internal se-
curity have been points of
contention sicne the talks
began 32 months ago. Israel
insists on retaining control
of internal security under
the autonomy scheme and
that its settlements are not
negotiable.
The issue of voting rights

for East Jerusalem Arabs is
the most insensitive at pre-
sent. The high-level
negotiator said Haig would
be "gravely mistaken" if he
tried to press Israel on that
matter. Reports from Wash-
ington have indicated that
this was the Secretary's in-
tention but according to the
Israelis it would lead to a
blind alley..
The Israeli negotiator
said the U.S. has decided to
make a major effort toward
progress on an autonomy
agreement before April 26.
Israel welcomes the Ameri-
can initiative, coming after
a long period in which the
Reagan Administration .

TEL AVIV (ZINS)
Haaretz reporter Matti
Golan said in a recent arti-
cle that now that Ariel Sha-
ron has become Israel's De-
fense Minister he has a new
goal of becoming Prime
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shares this interest.
Meanwhile, U.S. Ambas-
sador Samuel Lewis met
with Begin on Monday. He
told reporters that he deliv-
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from President Reagan and
that they had discussed the
issues that will be dealt
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