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December 03, 1982 - Image 19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 3, 1982 19

Thaw Expected for Israel, Egypt? • • • • • • • • • • • • • 0 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• 0 •• • • • .

THEY REALLY AREN'T NEW

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel's Ambassador in
Cairo, Moshe Sasson, had a
90-minute meeting with
Egyptian Foreign Minister
Kamal Hassan Ali at the
latter's initiative last week,
raising hopes of a possible
thaw soon in the chilled re-
lations between Israel and
Egypt.
Hassan Ali again stressed
Egypt's demand for the
prompt resignation of
negotiations over the dis-
puted Taba region near
Eilat. The Egyptians want
the matter resolved through
the conciliation and arbi-
tration process laid down in
the Israeli-Egyptian peace
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cannot be solved by negotia-
tions.
Sasson, on instructions
from Jerusalem, reiter-
ated Israel's readiness to
resume talks on Taba,
but only on condition
that the various stalled
bilateral dialogues be-
tween the two countries
are resumed at the same
time. These include the
autonomy talks and mat-
ters related to the nor-
malization process. The

dialogues have been fro-
zen since Israel's inva-
sion of Lebanon last
June.

Israel apparently made
no specific demand that
Egypt return its ambas-
sador, Saad IVIortada, to Tel
Aviv before talks are re-
sumed on the Taba dispute.
Mortada was recalled to
Cairo for "consultations"
after the Beirut massacres
in September.

Likud Coalition Survives
No-Confidence Motion

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Likud coalition de-
feated a no-confidence mo-
tion by the opposition Labor
Alignment in the Knesset
last week. The 59-50 vote
followed a fierce five-hour
debate which centered on a
two-part article in the New
York Times a week ago by
Max Frankel, editor of the
Times' editorial page.
Frankel wrote that oppo-
sition leaders in Israel,
whom he did not identify,
were asking the Reagan
Administration to reduce
U.S. aid to Israel\ as the only
means of toppling Premier
Menahem Begin's govern-
ment.
Begin attended the de-
bate, his first appearance in
the Knesset since the death
of his wife, Aliza, Nov. 14.
He did not speak as Labor
and Likud MKs hurled the
epithets "fascist" and "bol-
shevik" at each other along
with charges of distortion
and unpatriotic behavior.
The no-confidence motion
was Labor's response to
charges of treason by some
government spokesmen,
based on the Frankel arti-
cle. But it exposed a rift in
Labor ranks between party
chairman Shimon Peres
and his perennial rival,

former Premier Yitzhak
Rabin, over the wisdom of
introducing the motion.
Rabin maintained, in an
evening television inter-
view, that while there was
cause to rebut Likud slan-
ders, a newspaper article
should not serve as the basis
for a full-scale parliamen-
tary debate.

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