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December 24, 1982 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-24

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8 Friday, December 24, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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CINCINNATI — A publi-
to Recognize Israel Existence' cation
Landsberg, a small vil-
dealing with the so-

CAIRO (JTA) — Chinese
Prime Minister Zhao
Ziyang, elaborating on a
statement he made before
departing for Cairo,
suggested that if Israel
withdrew from occupied
Arab territories and
allowed for the establish-
ment of a Palestinian state,
his country would acknowl-
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But he drew a clear line
between acknowledging Is-
rael's right to exist and ex-
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In his statement at Pek-
ing Airport at the start of a
month-long tour that will
include 10 African coun-
tries, the Chinese prime
minister said that providing
Israel relinquished the ter-
roritories occupied since
1967 and the Palestinians
were given a state "all Mid-.
dle East countries have the
right to enjoy independence
and security."
Addressing a joint
press conference with
Egyptian President
Hosni Mubarak, Zhao
reiterated those condi-
tions, adding "It is on this
basis that the countries of
the Middle East have the
right to existence and in-
dependence, including,
of course, Israel."
But the Chinese premier
immediately qualified this
statement, making clear
that his country was not of-
fering conditional recogni-
tion to Israel.
"To say that the countries
have the right to indepen-
dence and existence and to
recognize a country or a
state are two entirely
different things," Zhao said.
"This is a matter of common
sense that requires no
further explanation."
China, during a recent
visit to Peking by an Arab
League delegation headed
by King Hussein of Jordan,
declared its support for the
Arab plan issued at Fez,
Morocco, last September,
which calls for Israeli with-
drawal from all occupied
Arab territories, the estab-
lishment of a Palestinian
state with Jerusalem as its
capital and the right of all
states in the region to exist
within secure borders.
Asked whether he saw
a role for the proposal in-
troduced by President
Reagan or the French-
Egyptian initiative pre-
sented as a draft resolu-
tion to the United Nations
Security Council last
summer, the Chinese
premier said that his
country supported "all
the proposals and plans
aimed at achieving a just
solution to the Middle
East problem."
But he added that the
specific plan to be chosen
was a "choice to be made by
the Arab countries and the
PLO."
Zhao, the first Chinese
prime minister to visit the
continent in 19 years, was
scheduled to meet with
Foreign Minister Kamal
Hassan Ali this week for
discussions that will in-
clude the Middle East peace
process, bilateral relations
and the non-aligned move-
ment.

Building Boom?

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Deputy Prime Minister
David Levy says that Israel
will undertake a massive
building program in Judea
and Samaria to boost the
Jewish population.
Radio reports say that es-
tablished Jewish settle-
ments will be built up to
double the 25,000 Jewish
population in a short time.

cial history of survivors of
the Holocaust immediately
after their liberation from
Hitler's concentration
camps has just been pub-
lished by the American
Jewish Archives.
The book is entitled
"Among the Survivors of
the Holocaust — 1945. The
Landsberg DP Camp Let-
ters of Major Irving Heym-
ont, United States Army."
Heymont, a native of New
York, was a young Ameri-
can Army officer, who, al-
though born Jewish, had
become alienated from his
religious beliefs by the time
he took over the direction of
the Landsberg DP Camp in
September 1945.

lage not far from Munich,
had housed a sub-camp
of, the notorious Dachau
Concentration Camp. At
the end of World War II
the camp became a cen-
ter for Europe's Dis-
placed Persons (DPs),
eventually becoming, by
The end of 1945, an all-
Jewish DP camp.
Irving Heymont's letters,
written between September
and December 1945 to his
wife in the U.S., provide the
glimpses into the social and
psychic life of Holocaust
survivors immediately after
liberation.
The book is being distrib-
uted by Ktay.

Israel-USSR Unit

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A group of Israeli aca-
demicians has formed the
Israel Association for
Understanding and Rela-
tions With the Soviet
Union.
The group said that an
understanding between Is-
rael and the Soviet Union is
imperative, despite dif-
ferences between the two
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