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December 24, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS •

Friday, December 24, 1982 5

No M.E. Policy Change Expected from Hussein's Visit

(Continued from Page 1)
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the official said that the
subject of Israeli settle-
ments on the West Bank
was high on King Hus-
sein's agenda. Asked
about U.S. arms sales to
Jordan, the official said
so far the Administration
has not received a formal
request. But, "If and
when the President has a
request from the King ...
this will be given very
serious consideration in
consultation with Con-
gress," he said.
The Administration offi-
cial said of the Reagan-
Hussein meeting, "The con-
versations ranged across a
wide spectrum with the
focus on the peace process
. . . The question of when we
can broaden the peace proc-
ess is, of course, the ques-
tion everyone is trying to
answer. When the
President and the King ex-
changed their assessments
of progress to date, this is
what it's all about," he said.
The official added, "I can't
give you any specific dates
today. I can say, however,
that it's clear from the dis-
cussions between the King
and the President that they
both share the same sense of
urgency about the need to
move ahead as soon as
possible."
Asked if Hussein said he
had to wait for the Arab
League and the Palestine
Liberation Organization be-
fore joining the peace proc-
ess, the official said: "It's
very clear to everyone that
King Hussein has been out
front in support of the
President's initiative. He
has publicly encouraged the
PLO to state its acceptance
of Israel and Security Coun-
cil Resolutions 242 and 338
. . . Now the question of
modalities under which the
peace process will be
broadened has always as-
sumed (it would include)
Jordanians plus the Pales-
tinians — in large part this
is what the PLO-Jordanian
consultations are all about."
Meanwhile, Israel's
Ambassador to the U.S.,
Moshe Arens, said Hus-
sein must announce his
willingness to negotiate
with Israel directly 'and
without conditions. Ac-
cording to the envoy,
such an announcement is
not likely.

14 JDLers Jailed
at Trifa Protest

LOS ANGELES — Four-
teen members of the
Jewish Defense League
were arrested Sunday at a
Romanian Orthodox church
near downtown Los
Angeles.
The JDL members were
protesting the appearance
of Archbishop Valerian
Trifa of Grass Lake, Mich.
who has agreed to be de-
ported from the U.S. Trifa is
accused of fomenting a pog-
rom in Bucharest in 1941 in
which several hundred
Jews were killed.
Police arrested the JDL
members when they began
shouting obscenities at per-
sons entering the church for
services and Trifa's sermon.

Arens warned that the
United States must not "at-
tempt to coax Hussein to the
(negotiating) table" by
guaranteeing him conces-
sions from Israel. "He
should be told that he must
do what (the late Egyptian
President Anwar) Sadat did
— come to Jerusalem or in-
vite Menahem Begin to
Amman."
Walter
Senators
Huddleston (D-Ky.) and
William Cohen (R-Me.)
added their names last
week to a motion calling on
Jordan to enter into peace
neogtiations with Israel.
Their signatures made a
majority of 51 in favor of the
measure introduced last
May by Senators Edward
Kennedy (D-Mass.) and
John Heinz (R-Pa.).
The legislators indicated
that the motion will be re-
introduced in the next Se--
nate should the, current ef-
forts to bring Hussein into
Middle East peace talks
prove fruitless.
Last Friday, 182 mem-
bers of the House signed
a letter to President Re-
agan urging him to reject
any new arms sales to
Jordan until Hussein be-

,

comes more cooperative
with respect to joining
the peace process. The
letter, originally spon-
sored by five Democrats
and five Republicans,
drew 172 co-sponsors
from both parties during
the week preceding Hus-
sein's visit to Washing-
ton.
However, White House

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told the Long Island Jewish
World that arms sales to
Jordan should not be linked
with Jordan's acceptance of
the Camp David peace proc-
ess.
"I don't think the two are
related. I don't think one is a
quid pro quo for the other
. . . I don't see them being
linked," Meese said.

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