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April 01, 1983 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-01

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Friday, April 1, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kosher Japanese
Eatery in Israel

Israel Lashes Back at One-Sided EEC Statement

JERUSALEM — "Tep-
panyaki," the first glatt-
kosher Japanese restaurant
in Israel, opened in Feb-
ruary at the King Solomon
Sheraton in Jerusalem.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel has lashed back at the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC), denouncing
as a "total distortion" the
Middle East declaration is-
sued by the heads of its 10
member states at their
summit conference in Brus-
sels last week.
Israel also declared its
"utter rejection" of the EEC
call for a halt to settlement
building on the West Bank.
The EEC leaders branded

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chef Shigeru Akashi.

the settlements illegal and
a "growing and major obsta-
cle" to peace in the region.
Israel retorted that "the
only obstacle to peace is the
refusal of the Arab govern-
ments to conduct negotia-
tions on the subject without
preconditions."
The EEC leaders called
on Israel to "show that it
stands ready for genuine
negotiations" The Israeli
statement responded that
this was a "total distortion

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. . .for Israel alone among
all the parties to the conflict
has incessantly demanded
peace negotiations."
The statement said it
was "incomprehensible"
how the EEC leaders ar-
rived at their assessment
that the resolutions
adopted by the Palestine
National Council at its
recent meeting in Algiers
were a potential contri-
bution to peace.
The Israeli statement ac-
cused the Europeans of "un-
realism" and charged that
they had "completely ig-
nored the only stabilizing
element in recent Middle
East developments, the
Camp Daivd accords."
Friends of Israel in
Europe are surprised and
disappointed by the Middle
East declaration issued by
the EEC. They had been led
to expect that under the
present chairmanship of
West Germany, the EEC
Council of Ministers would
modify the harsh attitude
adopted toward Israel, par-

ticularly after the war in
Lebanon last summer.
But the declaration
endorsed by the 10 EEC
heads of State last week
went beyond even the Ven-
ice declaration of June 1980
which Israel found unac-
ceptable. The European
leaders are calling now for
implementation of the right
of the Palestinian people to
self-determination "with all
that this implies."
Only three months ago,
Erik Blumenfeld, a
member of the Parlia-
ment of Europe repre-
senting the Christian
Democratic Union (CDU),
West Germany's ruling
party, had assured Is-
raelis in public inter-
views that under German
chairmanship, EEC
measures taken against
Israel after its invasion of
Lebanon would be resci-
nded.
Blumenfeld, who is
chairman of the German-
Israel Friendship Associa-
tion, appeared to be speak-

Israel Is 'Strategic Asset,'
Not 'Liability': Weinberger

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of Defense Caspar
Weinberger strongly denied
this week that he consid-
ered Israel a "strategic lia-
bility," maintaining that he
considered the Jewish state
as well as most Arab coun-
tries "strategic assets."
Weinberg's denial came
when he was asked on
NBC-TV's "Meet the Press"
Sunday about the belief
that he feels Israel is a lia-
bility.
"I consider Israel a
strategic asset," he stressed.
"I consider many other
countries in the Middle East
strategic assets. I think we
need many friends in the
Middle East, including Is-
rael, but also including
Saudi Arabia, Jordan,
Oman, Kuwait, the (Per-
sian) Gulf states and many
others. It is essential that
we maintain good, cordial,
strong and close relation-
ships with all of these na-
tions. I do not consider Is-
rael or any other of these
countries with one or two
notable exceptions, such as
Iran, a strategic liability."
Weinberger denied
that he recommended an
arms embargo on Israel
after the Israeli army
went into Lebanon last
June. But he said the U.S.
has held up approving
the sale of F16 jets to Is-
rael because "serious
questions were raised"
about whether Israel has
been using U.S. arms, in-
cluding planes, "only in
self-defense," as required
by U.S. law and stated in
the arms sales agree-
ments with Israel.
Weinberger also rejected
Israel's charges that inci-
dents between the Israeli
Army and the U.S. Marines
in Lebanon would not have
happened if there had been

The Prophet Amos said
Israel is judged on stricter
standards.

ing for Chancellor Helmut
Kohl who is a close personal
friend and political associ-
ate.
Now, friends of Israel
concede there is little
chance if any that the sanc-
tions against Israel will be
withdrawn while Bonn
holds the rotating chair-
manship of the EEC. Those
measures include the freeze
of a financial protocol that
would provide Israel with
access to EEC financial in-
stitutions and the suspen-
sion of all negotiations be-
tween the EEC and Israel.
The declaration issued at
Brussels was defined offi-
cially as "European Council
conclusions on the Middle
East." They are binding on
the 10 member states as pol-
icy guidelines. Diplomats
say West Germany had
proposed a much more bal-
anced declaration at Brus-
sels but was overruled by its
EEC partners.

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