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July 15, 1983 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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Friday, July 15, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hussein Sought
U.S. Promises,
Peres Reports

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PARIS (ZINS) — King
Hussein of Jordan set four
conditions for his participa-
tion in Palestinian au-
tonomy talks last spring,
according to Shimon Peres,
a leader in the Israeli Labor
Party. • - -
During. his recent trip to
France, Peres disclosed that
Hussein would have joined
the talks if he could have
received an American
guarantee that Israel would
not attack Jordan or Syria;
could have been assured of
American pressure on Is-
rael to halt settlements on
the West Bank; was offered
a massive supply of US.
. arms; and a promise for the
reduction of the duration of
the autonomy process from
five years to one year.

Tough - Guy
Image Seen
for. New Envoy

PARIS (ZINS) — Meir
Rosenne, Israel's new am-
bassador to Washington,
was hailed as a "tough nut"
by the Paris correspondent
from the Hebrew newspaper
Haaretz, for actions during
his three-year stint as the
Jewish state's ambassador
to France.
Rosenne "distinguished
himself as a proud and
splendid spokesman for his
country even though his
conduct was frequently not
to the liking of the French
regime," the paper said. 'He
was often outspokenly criti-
cal on radio and television of
Presidents Giscard and Mit-
terand for their pro-Arab
policy."

Broadcast Bill
Is Endorsed

NEW YORK — The
Polish-American /Jewish-
American Task Force has
come out strongly in favor of
the Biaggi Bill, which
would establish an Office of
Ethnic Affairs within the
Federal Communications
Commission.
At a task force meeting in
Chicago at which Father
John Pawlikowski presided,
it was agreed that Con-
- gressraan Mario Biaggi's
proposed "Ethnic Affairs
Broadcasting Clearing
House" legislation would be
a useful means of dealing
with "complaints and
grievances regarding radio
and television broacicast•
programming which un-
fairly depict ethnic groups."

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