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November 05, 1982 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-05

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16 Friday, November 5, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Egypt Complains to Israel Over Hotel Opening in Taba

.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — _"technical" matter involv-
Egypt lodged a formal corn- ing the final delineation 'of
palint with Israel over the the border between Israel
opening of a resort hotel in and Sinai.
the disputed Taba area near
The Sonesta hotel opened
Eilat.
for business Monday despite
But Egyptian Foreign Egyptian protests. A formal
Minister Kamal Hassan Ali opening is scheduled in two
played down the issue as a weeks.

The Egyptians charged
that the opening breached
the Israeli-Egyptian
agreement that Taba
should remain a no-man's
land until the border dis-
pute is settled..That agree-
ment 'was reached just be-
fore Israel completed its

withdrawal from Sinai last
April.
But according to Is-
rael's interpretation of
the agreement, life was to
continue normally in the
area, including comple-
tion of the hotel which
was then under construc-
tion.
Negotiations over the
final status of Taba, a few
acres of beachfront on the
Gulf of Aqaba, were sus-
pended when Israel invaded
Lebanon last June.
Israel has expressed
willingness to resume them
but only on condition that
the autonomy talks with
Egypt and the normaliza-
tion process are resumed
simultaneously and that
Egypt return its ambas-
sador to Tel Aviv.
Hassan Ali said on a tele-
vision interview that the
linkage demanded by Israel
was totally unacceptable.
Hassan Ali sent a letter
to Secretary of State
George Shultz asking
that the U.S. join the
negotiations over the
disputed territory.
State
Department.
spokesman John Hughes,
confirming the Egyptian
request, said the U.S. "be-
lieves it is important to re-
solve the Taba issue as soon
as possible."
Meanwhile, Hassan Ali
declared that Egypt was
still committed to the peace
agreement with Israel.

Habib to Be M.E. Envoy?

WASHINGTON --- There serve in the position fulfil-
is speculation in Washing- ' led by Sol Linowitz in the
ton that President Ronald Carter Administration. The
Reagan and Secretary of Times said Shultz' pre-
State George Shultz are decessor, Alexander Haig,
preparing to select Philip did not want a special Mid-
Habib as the Administra- dle East negotiator while he
tion's full-time Middle East was Secretary of State.
negotiator.
According to the New
York Times, Habib would

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Un-
known gunmen fatally shot
three Irish soldiers of the
United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL)
last week and wounded a
fourth. The latter is ex-
pected to be able to offer
some clues to the identity of
the killers when he recovers
from the heavy sedation
administered because he
was in a state of shock.
The killings occurred at
the Irish-manned checkpost
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Lebanon, a UNIFIL
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