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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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20 Friday, September 17, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Rejects Arab Plan for Mideast 'With Cold Contempt'

NEW YOARK — (JTA)
— With "cold contempt," Is-
rael has rejected the Arab
summit Mideast plan pub-
lished in Fez, Morocco.
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir denounced it as "a
renewed declaration of war

on Israel." A foreign minis-
try statement, issued last
Friday, said, "Israel
categorically rejects" the
proposals and characterized
them as "worse than the
Fand plan which has been
rejected by Israel in the

past."
That plan, presented in
August 1981 by Crown Pr-
ince Fand — now King Fand
— of Saudi Arabia, called
for Arabs to accept "the
right of states in the region
to live in peace." The U.S.

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saw it at the time as a ob-
lique but implicit recogni-
tion of Israel.
The Arab summit at Fez,
attended by the heads of the
19 Arab League member-
states and Palestine Libera-
tion Organization chief
Yasir Arafat, called for "the
establishment of an inde-
pendent Palestinian state"
on the West Bank and Gaza
Strip "with Al Quds
(Jerusalem) as its capital."
It also proposed United Na-
tions • Security Council
"guarantees" of "peace
among all states of the
region including the inde-
pendent Palestinian state."
The Fez plan de-
manded Isarel's with-
drawal from all occupied
Arab territory, includign
East Jerusalem, in effect
a return to its pre-1967
borders, and the dis-
mantling of Israeli set-
tlements in those ter-
ritories.
Fez also affirmed the "in-
alienable national rights" of
the Palestinian people
"under the leadership of the
PLO, its sole and legitimate
representative."
According to the Israeli
Foreign Ministry, the Fez
proposals contained noth-
ing substantially new or
different from the "tradi-
tional Arab stance." They
were "worse than the Fand
plan" because they specifi-
cally called for a Palesti-
nian state "which consti-
tutes a danger to Israel's
existence and underlines
the aim of the plan's
authors: to bring about the
liquidation of Israel in
stages," the foreign minis-
try said.
* * *

"broaden" participation
in the Camp David proc-
ess. "If anoher Arab
country will come to the
bargaining table, then
the possibility of peace
takes fresh reality," the
Secretary of State de-
clared.
A Likud member of the
Israeli Cabinet, Minister-
Without-Portfolio Yitzhak
Modai, said in London that
the Arab states need not
have convened in Fez if the
only outcome was to agree
on a Palestinian state
headed by the PLO and in-
volving the redivision of
Jerusalem.
While agreeing that an
Arab statement finally rec-
ognizing Israel would be "of
great importance, Modai
said that if such statement
recruired Israel's acceptance
of a Palestinian state
headed by the PLO and di-
vision of Jerusalem, Israel
would "waive the two."

The officials said the
American plan, as outlined
by Reagan on Sept. 1 and
the Fez decisions would play
a central role in President
Francois Mitterrand's dis-
cussions with President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.
Murbarak told reporters
in Paris, after meeting Mit-
terrand on Saturday, "My
personal point of view is
that Fez has set very good
goals for solving the prob-
lem of the Middle East —
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In Paris, French officials
warmly welcomed the Fez
formulations, saying they
concurred with France's
own position. They inter-
preted the Arab summit
communique as an implicit
recognition of Israel's exist-
ence, lifting one of the last
stumbling blocks on the
way to a comprehensive
resolution of the Middle
East conflict.

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Shultz Sees Need
for Negotiations

In Washington, Secretary
of State George Shultz said
Israel's rejection of
President Reagan's peace
initiative and the `-`vari-
ance" with the President's
plan by the Arab League
summit demonstrates the
need for negotiations to
achieve peace in the Middle
East. He told the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee last Friday that the
President "stands firmly
behind his proposals."
Shultz observed, "The
reactions of the Israeli gov-
ernment and of the Arab
League are clear and
graphic _evidence that the
positions of both sides must
be negotiated if we are to
bring genuine peace to this
troubled area." He said he
would have to study the
Arab League proposals pub-
lished in the Fez com-
munique and discuss them
with others to see what the
proposals actually mean.
According to Shultz,
there was some indication
that the Arab League gave
"implicit" recognition to Is-
rael as, he said, the Fand
plan had done. If this was
true, it was a positive step,
Shultz said.
He stressed that what
was important was "will
someone show up at the
• negotiating table?" The
President's aim is to

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