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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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Sinai Withdrawal Affirmed
in Talks at the White House

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Rabbi Shlomo Goren, Is-
rael's chief Ashkenazic
rabbi, said he brought
President Reagan a mes-
sage from Premier
Menahem Begin affirming
that Israel will withdraw
from the Sinai as scheduled
on April 25.
"We are going to fulfill
the peace treaty with Egypt
till the last word according
to its spirit and to the let-
ter," Goren told a press con-
ference at the Israeli Em-
bassy Wednesday. "We hope
that Egypt will also fulfill
its commitment towards Is-
rael."
Goren said that during
his 20-minute meeting with
Reagan at the White House
Tuesday, he also stressed
that there was a "national
consensus" against the es-
tablishment of a Palesti-
nian state and that
"Jerusalem will remain
united" and the capital of
Israel. "Zionism without
Zion, this is ridiculous,"
Goren asserted.
He said Reagan is com-
mitted to Israel's security,
economy, strength and
freedom. The chief rabbi
said he believed these were
not jut words spoken by the
President but "I felt that
this is something deep in his
heart. He likes Israel."
Goren said that one of the
reasons is that Israel is
"still the only democratic

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state in the Middle East. I
am afraid that Israel is a
super democracy, too much
democracy," the rabbi
added.
Goren stressed the
"trauma" Israel is going
through is because of its
withdrawal from Sinai.
He specifically noted that
Israel has to destroy
homes and force settlers
to leave an area that they
built up with their
"blood" and with their
"love."
He also said that among
the sacrifices Israel has
made for the peace treaty
with Egypt was giving up
the oil fields in the Sinai
which brought Israel about
$4 billion in oil a year, giv-
ing up its most "sophisti-
cated" military air bases.
* * *

Yamit Dwindles



JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israeli-held section of
Sinai became an Israeli
military zone at midnight
Wednesday, and approx-
imately 100 cilivian
families are all that remain
in the Yamit area.
After weeks of distur-
bances by the "Stop the
ithdrawal" movement,
workers continued to ds-
mantle the settlements and
move materials and house-
hold goods into Isael. Repor-
tedly, no attempt will be
made to move the final
settlers and squatters until
next week. HoWever, elec-
tricity and water supplies
may be cut off.

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Terrorist Stands
by Confession

VIENNA (JTA) — A
Palestinian terrorist sen-
tenced to life imprisonment
for attacking the Jewish
community center in Vie-
nna last August, has reaf-
firmed his original confes-
sion to the murder of Vie-
nna city councilman Heinz
Nittel last May after recant-
ing it before his trial. Nittel
headed the Austria-Israel
Friendship Society.
The prisoner, Husham
Muhammed Radjih, impli-
cated another terrorist sus-
pect, Bahij Younis, who he
said masterminded the at-
tack on the community cen-
ter and supplied him and his
collaborator, Hassan Mar-
van, with guns.
The weapon which killed
Nittel was found in Younis'
apartment in Salzburg.
Younis is due to go on trial
shortly.

Argentine Report

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Only 30 percent of Argen-
tine Jews have ties with
Argentine Jewish institu-
tions, according to Jewish
Agency official Itzhak Gol-
denberg.
Following a trip to Argen-
tina, Goldenberg reports
that assimilation is on the
rise there, the majority of
Argentine Jews have no
interest in Zionist affairs
and government restric-
tions inhibit Zionst youth
work.



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