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February 26, 1982 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 26, 1982

Jewish Solidarity
Conference Set

EINSTEIN

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
world "Jewish solidarity
conference" will be held in
Israel this spring to demon-
strate "publicly and clearly"
the solidarity of Diaspora
Jewry with Israel, Leon
Dulzin, chairman of the
World Zionist Organization
and Jewish Agency Execu-
tives announced.

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French Ministers Argue on M.E.

PARIS (JTA) — A serious
rift has developed between
Premier Pierre Mauroy and
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson over French pol-
icy in the Middle East.
Mauroy, French political
sources say, is highly upset
by Cheysson's recent pro-
Palestinian declaration and
has asked President Fran-
cois Mitterrand to drop him
from the government at the
first feasible opportunity.
Cheysson said last
weekend, while on an offi-
cial visit to Abu Dhabi, that
a Palestinian state should
be set up on the West Bank.
The minister also said that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization is best suited
to represent the Palesti-
nians in any future negotia-
tions.
Israel energetically re-
fuses even to con-
template such a possibil-
ity and Cheysson's
statements, one week be-
fore Mitterrand's trip to
Israel, provoked a major
row in French political
circles, including the
Cabinet itself.
Official spokesmen tried
to play down the gravity of
the interministerial rift but
circles close to the govern-
ment said Mauroy plans to
ask Mitterrand to arbitrate
his differences with Cheys-
son.
The row was caused less
by differences of opinion be-
tween the two men than by
the premier's conviction
that Cheysson had chosen a
most untimely moment to
make these views known.
Mauroy found out about the
foreign minister's declara-
tions from wire services dis-
patches while on an official
visit to Tunisia.
Several marginal French
Jewish organizations have
protested against Cheys-
son's declarations, but the
Israel Embassy in Paris and

JNF Galilee
Projects Aided
by S. America

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish National Fund's
development projects in the
Galilee have received a con-
siderable boost through the
work of Latin American
Jewish communities.
Forests are being named
after Latin American
Jewish leaders and institu-
tions, parks and picnic
areas are being developed,
long-established moshavim
are being replanned and
considerable funds are
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lishment of new outposts in
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Israel's best friends can
prevail on it to moderate
its positions and ulti-
mately reach an agree-
ment with the Palesti-
nians."
The Tunisians reportedly
fear, however, that time is
running short and that un-
less an agreement is soon
reached, a new war will
break out in the area.
M'zali told the French
Premier at the state dinner
he held in his honor Thurs-
day night that "it is of the
utmost urgency to explore
new ways to break the__
(Mideast) deadlock and to
start a true peace process."
He warned that "unless the
PLO is fully associated with
the negotiations, these are
doomed to fail."
Mitterrand will meet the
Palestinian leaders on the
West Bank when he visits
Israel next week, the East
Jerusalem Arabic daily El
Kuds reported.

the major Jewish communal
organizations have refused
to comment.
Both Israel and the
major Jewish bodies are
determined not to do any-
thing liable to spoil Mit-
terrand's trip next week
to Israel or mar the
friendly climate and the
chances to improve
Franco-Israeli relations.
Meanwhile, Mauroy reit-
erated in an Arab capital
France's "loyal friendship
for Israel which has the
right to live in peace within
safe, recognized and
guaranteed borders" but
added that Paris is also the
friend of the Palestinian
people.
Mauroy, who was speak-
ing last week in Tunis, the
site of the Arab League
secretariat, said he wanted
to make his government's
position "clear."

He said: "(President
Francois) Mitterrand will
clearly tell the Israelis our
position which can be sum-
med up as: 'Justice for all
the nations, security for all
states.' The French premier
also said that the Palestine
Liberation Organization
`cannot be kept away from
the negotiations for a global
peace.' " Mitterrand is
scheduled to visit Israel
next month.
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and Tunisian Premier
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reportedly told Mauroy
that Tunisia welcomes
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