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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Negotiations Reach State of Anticipated Accord

(Continued from Page 1)
negotiations until Haig's
two trips to Israel and
Egypt last month.
Linowitz reserved
judgment on Haig's decision
to appoint a special repre-
sentative, Richard Fair-

banks, who until recently
was Assistant Secretary of
State for Congressional Re-
lations and has no experi-
ence in the Middle East and
would report directly to
Haig. But Linowitz warned
that now that the

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Administration has given
the autonomy talks "high
priority," it "cannot now re-
legate it to an unimportant
position"
Linowitz said that, as was
the,case when he ended his
tenure as a special ambas-
sador, 80 percent of the
problems have been solved
for an autonomy agree-
ment. He said the same five

Rejectionists'
True Intentions s ,

CAIRO (ZINS) — Follow-
ing is an excerpt from the
communique issued at the
close of the Arab "Rejec-
tionist Front" conference
held in Aden, South Yemen,
Nov. 18-19, as quoted by
Radio Damascus:
"The declared basis for a
just peace in the Middle
East can only be achieved
through the eviction of the
Israeli invaders from the
Palestinian and Arab ter-
ritories, the reti.Trn of the
Palestinians to their home-
land and the establishment
of their independent state in
the whole of their national
territory.
"UN Security Council
Resolution 242 is inconsis-
tent with the right of the
Arbas and is not a sound
basis for solving the Pales-
tinian question and the
Middle Eastern problem."
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still remained to be solved.
The first three issues are

Three Locations
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NEW YORK — A pro-
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signed for men and women
50 and older will be offered
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Known as Elder Semi-
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Kibutz, Rebuilds
Arabs' Homes

BEIT SAHUR (JNI) — A
delegation of about 15
members of Kibutz Kerem
Shalom, located near the
Gaza Strip, last week
helped dig the foundation of
a new home for the Kumsiye
family in Beit Sahur, to re-
place their home destroyed
by the army last November.
The group intends to
spend each Shabat in the
Arab village, helping to re-
construct those buildings
destroyed in punishment of
terrorist acts.


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Museum Grant

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Yeshiva University
museum has been awarded
its second grant from the In-
stitute of Museum Services
(IMS) of the federal educa-
tion department for opera-
tional costs, according to
Sylvia Herskowitz,
museum director. She said
the $11,482 grant will be,
used in part to expand the
museum's education pro-
grams.

The flighty purpose never
is o'ertook, unless the deed
go with it.
—Shakespeare

the need to protect Israel's tive powers while Egypt
security in the autonomous is asking for it to have
areas, water rights and the legislative authority.
question of public lands, in- Linowitz said a way to get
cluding Jewish settlements around this was not to at-
tach any adjective to the
on the West Bank. Linowitz
said that the Israelis have description of the
adhered to the assurances authority.
The fifth problem, which
given him that only four
Linowitz called the most dif-
more settlements would be
established on the West ficult, is over Egypt's de-
Bank. He said that while mand that East Jerusalem
there has been a "thicken- Arabs be allowed to vote for
ing" of existing settlements, the self-gover
the population of those set- authority.
Israel rejects this because
tlements has not increased
as much as some people be- it fears the voting rights
could challenge its sover-
lieve.
The fourth issue is the eignty over Jerusalem.
powers of the self- Linowitz has proposed that
governing authority, East Jerusalem Arabs vote
with Israel insisting that in Bethlehem. Begin has re-
it have only administra- jected that proposal.
* * *

Israel Discloses Its Views
on Autonomy Negotiations

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel has published the au-
tonomy proposals Premier
Menahem Begin presented
to Secretary of State Ale-
xander Haig at their meet-
ings last week, insisting
that they conform "fully and
in every detail, in letter and
spirit" to the Camp David
agreements "while
safeguarding the interests
of all concerned."
Under the Israeli pro-
posal, the powers to be
granted the self-governing
authority on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip would in-
clude most internal civilian
functions but not such sen-
sitive areas as control of
water sources. The Israeli
proposals do not specify the
size of the self-governing
body but • state, "The
number of members will
conform with the functions
listed."
Israel is determined to
prevent the self-
governing administra-
tive council from de-
veloping into an inde-
pendent political entity.
It was learned unoffi-
cially that Israel
suggested a council of no
. more than 20 members
against 40 proposed by
the U.S. and 80 by Egypt.
The body would be
elected.
After its establishment,
the Israeli Military Gov-
ernment and its civilian
administration would be
withdrawn and Israeli

armed forces would retire to
specified security locations
"in full conformity with the
Camp David agreement."

Florida Study

MIAMI (JTA) — Two
Miami University faculty
members have received a
$50,000 grant from the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration to make a com-
prehensive survey of the
Jewish population- of Dade
County.

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