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January 29, 1982 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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14 Friday, January 29, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bethlehem and Gaza Mayors Call for PLO Recognition of Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
Egyptian Foreign Minis-
ter and Deputy Premier
Kamal Hassan Ali called for
Israel and the PLO to
mutually recognize each
other, and affirmed that
Egypt is in contact with the
PLO through its represen-
tatives in Cairo.
In an interview broadcast
from his Cairo office by Is-
rael Radio, Hassan Ali said,
"This is our view and will
continue to be because you

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know, as we know, that the
PLO has a role in this whole
(peace) process, and you
yourself in Israel quite well
know that most of the (West
Bank) mayors are PLO
representatives."
He added, "This is a fact of
life and we have to live with
it and we have to try to work
together to solve this prob-
lem of autonomy for the
Palestinians of the West

Bank and Gaza as a step
forward for the comprehen-
sive peace."
Hassan Ali said Egypt's
view of real autonomy was
the "transfer" of responsi-
bility from the military
government to the Palesti-
nians, including East
Jerusalem. He stated that
Egypt envisaged a role for
the PLO whose representa-
tives are still in Cairo, "so

the contact is there all the
time."
Jeane Kirkpatrick, U.S.
Ambassador to the
United Nations, is firmly
convinced that the PLO
should not be regarded
as the sole representative
for the Palestinian
people. In an interview
last week in her office at
the State Department in
Washington, she told Is-

rael Radio:
"I think it is a very great
mistake to equate the PLO
with the Palestinians. The
PLO is one organized man-
ifestation of the Palesti-
nians, but not the only one.
They do not speak for all
Palestinians."
Mrs. Kirkpatrick charged
that the PLO worked to-
gether with the Com-
munists and the Cubans to

* * *

Willingness to Meet Arafat
Gets Labor MK in Trouble

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Yossi
Sarid, the doveish Labor
Party member of Knesset,
has raised a new storm
within the party by declar-
ing last weekend that he is
willing to meet Palestine
Liberation Organization
chief Yasir Arafat if such a
meeting would further the
cause of peace.
Sarid's statement was in
response to a senior PLO
representative, Isaam Sar-
tawi, who told the news-
paper Le Monde in Paris
last week that the PLO
should continue its talks
with what he termed the
"Israeli peace camp."
Hawkish members of the
Labor Party have proposed
Sarid's ouster from the
party, or at least his re-
moval from the Labor
Party's "Reaction and Re-
sponse" group which serves

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as official spokesmen to
counter Likud propaganda.
Party chairman Shi-
mon Peres noted that
Sarid's statement was not
in accordance with the
party platform which
bars any contacts with
the PLO. But he did not
propose any action
against Sarid.
Peres dismissed Sartawi's
proposal, saying similar
doveish statements had
been made by him in the
past. They mainly served to
dispel Western criticism of
the PLO for being too in-
transigent, he noted, and
previous peaceful declara-
tions had always im-
mediately been disavowed
by the mainline PLO lead-
ership.
Sarid's offer to meet
Arafat if it could further the
cause of peace was wel-
comed by Mapam spokes-
men. The leftwing group
with the Labor Alignment
has recently expressed res-
tiveness with the hard-line
attitudes recently shown by
many Labor Party leaders.

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U.S. Unfazed by Egypt
Request for Soviet Experts

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department de-
nied that it was concerned
about the report that the
Egyptian government has
asked the Soviet Union to
send 66 industrial experts
to help at Egyptian fac-
tories.
"We don't attach undue
importance to this," State
Department deputy
spokesman Alan Romberg
said. He said that the Egyp-
tians apparently needed
some Soviet technicians to
repair Soviet equipment in
the factories.
However, the gesture was
seen as an effort by Egyp-
tian President Hosni
Mubarak to restore ties
with the Soviet Union
broken last September
when the late President
Anwar Sadat expelled
nearly 700 Soviet experts
along with Soviet Ambas-
sador Vladimir Polyakov.
Meanwhile, the State
Department has labeled
as "absurd" and "malici-
ous" an Israeli news-
paper report that the U.S.
has held up foreign eco-
nomic aid payments to
Israel as punishment for
its annexation of the
Golan Heights.
Department spokesman
Dean Fischer noted last
Friday that for the last two
years half the economic aid
appropriated for Israel was
provided by the end of De-
cember with the other half
being made in two equal

payments at the end of
March and June.
The same is true for the
1982 allocations, Fischer
said. He said Israel received
$403 million by the end of
December and will receive
the remaining $403 million
in two equal payments.
Fischer conceded that a
House-Senate conference
committee, in authorizing
foreign aid for Israel last
month, urged that the pay-
ments be made within 30
days. But Fischer said the
budget constraints that the
U.S. government is operat-
ing under now would have
made this difficult to do.

support terrorist activities
throughout the world, to
create instability in such
places as Nicaragua, Sal-
vador and elsewhere.
"Fatah and other Arab
groups are very frank about
this, by the way," she said.
She said the PLO also re-
presented a danger to the
traditional moderate Arab
rulers, "and in some sense
these (moderates) are riding
the back of a tiger when
they support the PLO."

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