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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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Friday, June 25, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shmuel Katz Retains Pessimism that the
Camp David Decision Won't Avoid War

Shmuel Katz began as an
adviser to Menahem Be-
gin's negotiations with
Egypt. His lack of confi-
dence in the projected peace
plans led to a pessimism he
retains to this day.
He opposed the Camp
David agreements, expresd-
ing suspicions which even
now cause him to believe a
war is inevitable. He doubts
whether Egypt will stay out
of such a war.
In the third of his three
books, "The Hollow Peace,"
blished in Israel by Dvir
id the Jerusalem Post, dis-
tributed in this country by
Americans for a Safe Israel,
he traces the developments
which led to the Camp
David negotiations. In a
sense this book is autobiog-
raphical, as a personal
document explaining why
he left the Begin govern-
ment, in the early years of
which he was a dominant
factor as minister of infor-
mation.
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His break was with the
views both of Menahem
Begin and Moshe Dayan.
Concessions are charged
to both, and Begin is por-
trayed as yielding to
Dayan when he wished to
avoid controversy.
Katz is especially ac-
cusatory when dealing with
Dayan. He relates how he
had irritated members of
Cbngress and Senator
Henry Jackson is quoted
about Dayan at a time when
there were Congressional
plans for action. It is said
that Dayan "pulled the rug
from under our feet."
Dayan is accused of hav-
ing failed to call In the re-
serves during the critical
Yom Kippur War. Katz also
charges:
"Not only had Dayan
from the outset been blind
to the iminence of war, not
only had he not given the
CGS (Chief of General Staff)
permission to mobilize the
whole reserves complex, not
only had he not authorized
the air force to make a pre-
emptive strike, but when
the IDF (Israel Defense
Force) was forcibly repulsed
from its positions, he had
also been overcome by a
dreadful spirit of de-
featism."

While Katz's "The Hol-
low Peace" was pub-
lished before the Sinai
withdrawal, his book is
his view on the develop-
ments.

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He expresses hope for the
rise of a concerted and effec-
tive new leadership in Is-
rael and his special concern
for economic realities is also
an evaluation of the eco-
nomic conditions in the land
and the nation's reactions.
His view is a call to an effort
at firm solution:
"Nevertheless, in certain
strata of the public — and
not necessarily the most
needy ones — there has
spread a spirit of in-
souciance, of singleminded
pursuit of a higher standard
of living, of keeping up with
the neighbors, a perversion
of values that might per-
haps make the individual's
daily life more pleasant, if
only temporarily, but which
weakens the fiber of the na-
tion .. .
"A change in the indi-
vidual's way of life is the
first step towards far-
reaching change in the life
of society as a whole and ul-
timately even in the han-
dling of the country's
foreign relations. The sense
of togetherness and equal-
ity of effort is a uniting,
strengthening factor, espe-
cially when a people is in
difficulties or distress. It is a
factor, moreover, that in-
vites, from strangers as
well, sympathy and iden-
tification.
"The individual citizen
should certainly demand
the same attitude, the
same thrift, and civic re-
sponsibility from his
leaders. If the awareness
takes root in the public's
consciousness that the
situation of the nation
demands sacrifices, it

will turn its back on those
leaders who pretend that
they intend to improve
the citizen's material cir-
cumstances."

Judea, Samaria
Property Boom

David and the immediate
aftermath. It is an accusat-
ory volume and it has a
place among the important
definitive works on the de-
liberations, in which
President Jimmy Carter
emerges in his role as advo-
cate for the Palestinians.
Issues and personalities
are dealt with bluntly by
Katz. He is not popular as a
columnist in official Israel
circles. His book adds to
such aggravations. Yet it
cannot be erased from his-
torical records.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Hebrew newspaper Haaretz
has reported an increase in
new land purchases in
Judea and Samaria.
There is a connection be-
tween this increased ac-
tivity and the government's
policy awarding generous
compensation to Yamit
residents who voluntarily
relinquished their holdings
prior to the evacuation of
Sinai, according to the
paper.

NEW YORK—The Anti -
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith has criticized the Na-
tional Council of Churches
for its support of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion.
In a resolution adopted at
ADL's recent National
Commission meeting, the
League urged "all reli-
giously motivated persons
to reject those who support
terrorists and their
methods."

Hebrew for Tots

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Children are introduced to
Hebrew in the nursery of
the Associated Hebrew
Schools of Toronto and
speak Hebrew by the time
they enter first grade.

This summer one-third of
the nation will be ill-housed,
ill-nourished and ill-clad.
Only they call it a vacation.
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with regard to peace poqi-
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