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Weddings and
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jerusalem, AWACS and Jordan

(Continued from Page 1)
Sadat had not hesitated to
come to Jerusalem in 1977.
The Egyptians on Wed-
nesday countered that
Sadat, subsequent to that
historic and dramatic first
visit, also refused to visit
Jerusalem and his later
meetings with Begin on Is-

raeli soil were at Beersheva, to President Reagan over
Haifa and Ophira (Sharm continuing U.S. arms sales
to Arab states, and recent
El-Sheikh.)
Begin said that had Sadat proposals to supply ad-
lived Isarel and Egypt vanced weapons to Jordan.
The letter to Reagan
would have been making
greater progress towards an was signed by the leaders
agreement on the Palesti- of all 120 member agen-
nian autonomy talks. A cies of the National
round of those talks, on the Jewish Community Rela-
technical level, is underway tions Advisory Council
in Cairo, but reports on (NCJRAC).
NJCRAC chairman Ben-
Wednesday said that little
nett Yanowitz noted the
progress was being made.
On Sunday, the Israeli growth of Jewish commu-
Cabinet said Mubarak nity concern after recent
would not be welcome if press reports of statements,
he did not include widely attributed to De-
Jerusalem in his visit to fense Secretary Caspar
Israel. On Monday, Egyp- Weinberger, that advocated
tian Ambassador to the the sale of F-16 fighter
U.S. Ashraf Ghorbal told planes and mobile Hawk
reporters that Israel anti-aircraft missiles to
should not create "new Jordan, and that prop-
obstacles." He said the ounded an Administration
Middle East needed desire to "redirect" Ameri-
"moderation and consid- 'can policy away from Israel
toward "friendly" Arab
eration."
Ghorbal said that Eygpt's countries.
The Jewish groups' letter
position on the annexation
of the old city of Jerusalem expressed "alarm that the
was well known. He United States, rather than
stressed that Egypt will acting to stem the massive
work for peace "with more arms build-up in the Arab
vigor" after Israel's final world, continues to be a
withdrawal from Sinai on major purveyor of
April 25 because it will weaponry." That policy, the
mean the "removal of an- letter stated, "endangers
other psychological bar- peace in the region,
threatens the security of Is-
rier."
Egyptian Foreign Minis- rael, and undermines the
ter Kamal Hassan Ali is ex- long-term interests of the
pected to visit Israel next United States."
week to ease the strains
The Jewish leaders' let-
which have developed over ter also pointedly as-
Mubarak's proposed visit. serted that the recent $8.5
Israeli Foreign Minister billion arms sale to Saudi
Yitzhak Shamir said it Arabia, as well as the ap-
would be no crisis if the trip proach to Jordan, had
failed to materialize. But not yielded any "conces-
Deputy Premier Simha sions that advance peace
Ehrlich said there will be a in the Middle East."
"cold peace" after Israel
The letter charged that
withdraws from Sinai.
"Jordan remains adamant
Meanwhile, the heads of in its rejection of the Camp
David framework as does
108 Jewish community re-
lations councils and 12 na- Saudi Arabia." Saudi
tional Jewish agencies, Arabia, the letter further
joined in a letter of protest charged, "just rejected as-
surances you gave to the
Senate pertaining to the use
of the F-15s and AWACS as
well as U.S. proposals seek-
ing to strengthen U.S.
strategic capabilities in the
region."

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