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December 17, 1982 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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14 friday, December 11, 1982

TICDETROIT1EWISH NEWS

Book Describes Israeli Charities

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has welcomed publica-
tion of "Giving Wisely, The
Israel Guide to Non-Profit
and Volunteer Social Serv-
ices," by Prof. Eliezer D.
Jaffe, associate professor of
social welfare at Hebrew

University of Jerusalem,
now available for distribu-
tion in the United States.
The AJCommittee helped
sponsor the collection of
data about the nearly 400
Israeli organizations that
"Giving Wisely" describes
in detail.

Egypt's Mubarak Sees Israel's Withdrawal
from Lebanon as Major Mideast Problem

ROME
(JTA)
President Hosni Mubarak
of Egypt said in Rome on
Monday that "Israel's with-
drawal in set stages from
Lebanon is the main issue

in' the Middle East at the
moment. Finding a solution
to the Palestinian problem
is next in line."
Mubarak, currently on a
tour of European capitals,

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spoke to reporters after a
40-minute conference with
U.S. Secretary of State
George Shultz at the Egyp-
tian Embassy. He described
their talks as "frank and
constructive . . . brief but
global in view."
Their discussion included
Mubarak's forthcoming
visit to Washington where
he is scheduled to meet with
President Reagan on Jan.
23.
Meanwhile, a ranking
Egyptian official accom-
panying Mubarak
strongly affirmed the
durability of the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
treaty and implied that
peace with Israel took
precedence over other
matters in the Middle
East conflict.
Osama Al-Baz, the
Undersecretary of State for
Foreign Affairs, stressed at
a separate press conference
that nothing has changed
fundamentally in relations
between Egypt and Israel
despite Egypt's criticism of
many Israeli actions. The
peace between the two
countries is "neither fragile
nor disputable, but perma-
nent," he said. He added,
"Egypt will use persua-
sions, not pressure or
threats, to influence Israeli
public opinion."
Al-Baz disclosed that
"there have been recent
contacts between the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion and the Egyptian gov-
ernment in Egypt" because
Egypt considers the PLO to
be a "bridge" to the other
Arab states. He said those
contacts were not publicized
but that Egypt was urging
the PLO to recognize Israel.
Egypt is defending Pales-
tinian rights and by so
doing is defending its own,
the Egyptian diplomat said.
He added, however, "There
is no rush. Peace is the first
choice and in light of thie
Egypt is insisting that the
PLO must recognize Israel."
Al-Baz said Egypt and
the U.S. shared the goal
of getting all foreign
forces out of Lebanon.
The difference in their
positions is that Egypt
wants Israel to withdraw
unilaterally while the
U.S. seeks the simultane-
ous withdrawal of all
foreign forces.
Mubarak was in Bonn
Tuesday for meeting with
West German Chancellor
Helmut Kohl and other offi-
cials on the Middle East
situation. He flew to Vienna
Wednesday for a meeting
with Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky.
Meanwhile, reports from
Amman said that the PLO
and Jordan have announced
their agreement on a "spe-
cial and distinctive rela-
tionship" between Jordan
and a potential Palestinian
entity on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip. One of the
main points of President
Reagan's Middle. East in-
itiative was the creation of a
self-governing Palestinian
entity in those territories in

HOSNI MUBARAK-

association with Jordan.
The announcement in
Amman came after two
days of top level talks be-
tween King Hussein and a
PLO delegation headed by
PLO chairman Yasir
Arafat. It stated that Jor-
dan and the PLO would con-
tinue "political moves to-
gether on all fronts" aimed
at establishing Palestinian
rights. The announcement
said noghing about a joint
Jordan-PLO delegation to
participate in future peace
talks in the region.

* * *

Mayor Backs
Jordan-PLO
Confederation

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Mayor. Elias Freij of
Bethlehem said in a Voice of
Israel Radio interview that
most Arab residents of the
West Bank support the idea
of a confederation between
Jordan and self-governing
Palestinians in the terri-
tory.
He said the attacks on
Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat by elements of the
PLO leadership because of
his contacts with King Hus -
sein of Jordan were of no
significance.
Freij, a moderate who has
long favored a political solu-
tion of Israel's conflict with
the Palestinians, urged the
PLO and Israel to recognize
each other simultaneously.
He said the PLO would gain
many advantages from such ,
a move and warned that
time was running out for
the Palestinians because of
Israel's intensified settle-
ment activity in the occu-
pied territories.
Israeli Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon said this
week that Israel has no
intention of annexing the
West Bank, but would
remain in control of the
area's internal and ex- c7)
ternal security "for at
least the next 50 years."
He predicted that "tens of
thousands" of Jewish
settlers would join the
40,000 in Judea and
Samaria over the next 10
years. He said Israel was
committed to Palestinian
autonomy, but vowed that
there would never be a
Palestinian state in the
area.

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The more discussion the
better, if passion and per-
sonality be eschewed.

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