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Friday, June 11, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH

NEWS

Mubarak Rejects Three-Way Summit Talks

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President Hosni Mubarak
of Egypt has turned down
an American proposal for a

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three-way summit this
Ali delivered a personal
month between Mubarak, message from Mubarak to
U.S. President Ronald Re- Begin last week, reportedly
agan and Israeli Premier proposing that the two of
Menahem Begin. them meet in the near fu-
The Reagan Administra- ture.
tion proposal to get the
Ali told reporters after his
stalled Palestinian au- meeting with Begin that the
tonomy negotiations mov- leaders of Israel and Egypt
ing again were rejected by should hold a meeting of
Mubarak, who said he pre- their own before attending a
ferred to keep the initial summit in Washington. But
discussions at a lower level. he did not suggest how such
Mubarak offered to send a meeting could come about,
Egyptian Foreign Minister given Mubarak's refusal to
Kamal Hassan Ali to Wash- go to Jerusalem.
ington this week. Begin will
The Egyptian president
be in the U.S. at the end of was scheduled to visit Israel
next week to participate in last April but the trip was
the United Nations General called off when the Israelis
Assembly discussions on made it clear he would be
disarmament and will meet welcomed only in
with President Reagan in Jerusalem. Ali's visit last
Washington beginning week had not been
June 21. scheduled in advance and
The latest delay in the gave rise to speculation that
autonomy talks came Mubarak had something
after Begin insisted, and urgent to communicate to
Mubarak rejected, that Begin. But the Egyptian
future talks be held in Foreign Minister insisted
Jerusalem at some point. , that despite its hasty na-

Kids March for Soviet Jews

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Hundreds of Jewish school
children rallied last week at
Lafayette Park and then
marched to the Capitol.
where they released some
1,000 balloons which bore
the inscription,"Let My
People Go," in a demonstra-
tion of solidarity with the
plight of Soviet Jewry.
At the Capitol reflecting
pool they were addressed by
Rep. Samuel Gejdenson
(D-Conn.) who visited the
Soviet Union this year. Gej-

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denson, whose family fled
the Soviet Union in the
1940s, said in an interview
with the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency following
the rally that the Reagan
Administration's efforts to
secure the safety of Soviet
Jews through quiet diplo-
macy have not been suc-
cessful.
"We have to be loud and
we have to be persistent and
that is the only way to keep
the handful of Jews who are
still prisoners in the Soviet
Union uppermost in both
American and Soviet politi-
cians' minds," he said.
In Paris, some 100 per-
sons demonstrated on
behalf of Soviet Jewry
aboard a specially char-
tered vessel which sailed
along the River Seine,
through the heart of
Paris. The passengers in-
cluded representatives of
France's major Jewish
organizations.
In Washington, some 30
persons gathered across
from the Soviet Embassy to
highlight the fourth an-
niversary of the imprison-
ment of Soviet Jewish ac-
tivist Vladimir Slepak.
Sponsored by the Wash-
ington Committee for
Soviet Jewry, the group
presented a petition with
hundreds of signatures to a
Soviet official at the gates of
the embassy appealing to
Soviet authorities to release
Slepak. But the official who
spoke briefly with some
menbers of the group said
that he could not accept the
petition and that the matter
should be handled through
the State Department.
Slepak is serving a five
year sentence in internal
exile in Siberia, and accord-
ing to the organizers of the
rally, his crime was hang-
ing a banner from his win-
dow which read, "Let Us
Out To Our Son In Israel."

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ture, his visit "constituted
normal contact between two
friendly countries." He said
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir would pay
a return visit to Cairo in
August.
Meanwhile, Interior
Minister Yosef Burg ex-
pressed surprise at a re-
port in Maariv quoting
the Egyptian Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs,
Butros Ghali, as saying a
"gentlemen's agreement"
existed between Egypt
and Israel not to hold the
autonomy talks in their
respective capitals. Ghali
headed a delegation of
Egypt's ruling National
Democratic Party visit-
ing Israel.
He suggested to Maariv
that Burg, who heads Is-
rael's autonomy negotiat-
ing team, would confirm the
existence of such a gentle-
men's agreement. But Burg
said that he knew of no such
thing. He said it was un-
natural to exclude
Jerusalem as a venue for
the talks, especially when
the normalization process
between Israel and Egypt
was gaining momentum.
According to Burg, Ghali

himself suggested more
than three months ago that
Egypt might agree to hold
the talks in Jerusalem after
Israel completed its with-
drawal from Sinai, which it
did on April 25.

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