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Friday, February 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kissinger Foils Arab Rhetoric

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WASHINGTON —
Former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger rejected
the proposal that the United
States should deal directly
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization when he
was asked about it during a
recent television interview.
What the U.S. should do is.
encourage negotiations be-
tween Israel and its Arab
neighbors as has taken
place between Israel and
Egypt, Kissinger said.
The former Secretary of
State maintained that the
Palestinian issue is an Arab
problem and should be set-
tled by the Arab countries
after they conclude peace
treaties with Israel. An
Israeli-Jordanian agree-
ment would be the pre-
requisite for this solution.
While Kissinger may be
overstating the case some-
what, he is correct in argu-
ing that the Palestinian
issue is not the heart of the
Arab-Israel conflict. That
conflict has come about by
the refusal of the Arab
states, with the recent ex-

Greek Leader
Rejects EEC
Mideast Policy

BONN (JTA) — Prime
Minister Andreas
Papandreous of Greece told
West German officials that
his country has rejected the
Middle East policy of the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) because it is
not sufficiently supportive
of the Arab side.
In a tone described by
German officials as "some-
what aggressive,"
Papandreous, who held two
days of talks with the Ger-
mans, also attacked the par-
ticipation of Britain, Hol-
land, France and Italy in
the multi-national
peacekeeping force in Sinai
after Israel withdraws from
the area.
According to German
sources, he told Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt that this
step would legitimize the
current Mideast peace proc-
ess based on the Camp
David accords, which, in
Athens view, does not de-
serve European support.
The German officials re-
portedly pointed out to
Papandreous that Greece
has to comply with both the
EEC and NATO, and cannot
enjoy a "special status."

Vienna Rabbi's
Home Ruined
by Bomb Blast

IRVING NUSBAUM

General Chairman

VIENNA (JTA) — A
bomb which exploded out-
side the home of Vienna
Chief Rabbi Bela Akiba
Eisenberg last week was de-
scribed by police as the work
of amateurs.
No one was injured in the
attack on the apartment
which was unoccupied at
the time, but the explosion
blew the door off its hinges
and shattered several win-
dows. The rabbi and his wife
were on vacation out of Vie-
nna.

HENRY KISSINGER

ception of Egypt, to accept
the existence of the state of
Israel.
However, the Arab
states have always
sought -to make the Pales-
tinian issue the center of
the conflict and this ef-
fort has intensified since
the 1973 Yom Kippur
War. What they want, and
Egypt also takes this
position, is to have the
U.S. force Israel to accept
a solution to the Palesti-
nian problem that would
result in a settlement of
the Arab-Israel dispute
on Arab terms.
This is what the eight-
point plan proposed by
Crown Prince Fand of Saudi
Arabia is all about. Reagan

Administration officials
who touted the plan last
fall, and who are expected to""-
push it again after Israel's
withdrawal from the Sinai'
in April, argued that the
plan shows that the Saudis
can play a useful role in
bringing about peace in the
Middle East.
But experts on Saudi
Arabia, including those,
favorable to the oil-rich des-
ert kingdom, all agree that
is just what the Saudis don't
want to do. They point-out
that the Saudis prefer
ing on the sidelines to
g.
the leader in the area that
some Administration offi-
cials see- it as becoming.
The Saudis have not even
encouraged others to move
toward peace and have been
and continue to be strongly
opposed to the Camp David°
process. After all, since the
Saudis bankroll not only the' --
PLO, but Israel's Arab
neighbors, they presumably
could have some influence.

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