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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Saudi Envoy Named to Mideast Post

Jewish Roots Parley Slated

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Reagan nomi-
nated Richard Murphy, the
U.S. ambassador in Saudi
Arabia for the last two
years, to be Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Near East-
ern and South Asian Af-
fairs, replacing Nicholas
Veliotes. Veliotes will be-
come Ambassador to Egypt.
Also relieved from duties

WASHINGTON — The
Jewish Genealogy Society
of Greater Washington will
sponsor an international
seminar on Jewish geneal-
ogy next spring in
Jerusalem.
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as a Mideast negotiator was
Morris Draper, who had
been a deputy to Veliotes
before concentrating on the
negotiations in Lebanon.
The 54-year-old Murphy,
a career foreign service offi-
cer, like Veliotes, was am-
bassador to Syria from 1974
to 1978, having been named
to that post when Syria and
the U.S. resumed diploma-
tic relations that had been
broken by Damascus after
the 1967 Six-Day War. He
had previously served in
Syria as an economics offi-
cer in Aleppo from 1960 to
1963.
Murphy, who speaks
Arabic and French, ac-
companied Shultz on his
trip to Damascus last
month.
The 54-year-old Veliotes
who was ambassador to
Jordan when he was named
assistant secretary, was
also a deputy assistant sec-
retary and had been deputy
chief of mission at the U.S.
Embassy in Israel from
1973 to 1975.
This will be Murphy's
fourth Ambassadorial post.
He was ambassador to
Mauritania from 1971 to
1974 and ambassador to the
Philippines from 1978 to
1981. He was suddenly sent
to Saudi Arabia in August
1981 when the then Secre-
tary oT State Alexander
Haig fired Robert Neumann,
who had only been envoy for
a few months, because of
Neumann's criticism of
Haig's efforts in the sales of
AWACS to Saudia Arabia.
Murphy also served in the
State Department as coun-
try director for Arabiari
Peninsula Affairs, 1970 to
1971, and as assistant
executive director for per-
sonnel in the Bureau of
Near Eastern and South
Asian Affairs, 1968 to 1970.
Meanwhile, Robert
McFarlane, on his first
trip to the Middle East as
President Reagan's spe-
cial envoy for that region,
appears not to be having
much succes's so far.
One of the reasons
McFarlane, deputynational
security adviser, replaced
Philip Habib as special
Mideast envoy is that the
Syrians would not receive
Habib in Damascus after Is-
rael and Lebanon signed
their agreement for Israel's
troop withdrawal on May
17.
It was hoped that McFar-
lane would be better able to
establish a "dialogue" with
the Syrians in the U.S. ef-
fort to have Damascus agree
to withdraw its troops and
the Palestine Liberation
Organization forces from
Lebanon.
Syrian President Hafez
Assad did see McFarlane
last Sunday, but gave him
the same message he gave
Secretary of State Geroge
Shultz when the secretary
made his unscheduled visit
to Damascus at the end of
June.
The Syrians continue
to reject the Israeli-
Lebanese pact and de-
mand that Israli troops
would have to fully leave
Lebanon before Syria

would consider with-
drawing its troops.

McFarlane then went to
Saudi Arabia and was re-
portedly kept waiting for
more than 24 hours before
King Fand would see him at
the Saudi summer capital of
Taif. During the meeting,
which began at midnight,
Fand reportedly urged the
unconditional withdrawal
of the Israeli troops from
Lebanon.

For information on the
seminar, write to the
Jewish Genealogy Society
of Greater Washington,
3305 Macomb St. N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20008.

Joins Yeshiva U.

NEW YORK — Dr. David
Shatz, of New York, will
join the faculty of Yeshiva
University this fall as asso-
ciate professor of philos-
ophy.

Druze Release
Their Captives

JERUSALEM — The
three members of Lebanese
Christian President Amin
Gemayel's cabinet who
were kidnapped by Druze
rebels Wednesday were re-
ported turned over to the Is-
raelis Thursday morning.
The Israelis planned to
return the three ministers
to Lebanon.

The kidnappers de-
manded that the 10-
member cabinet step down
in return for the ministers'
release.

Their other demands in-
cluded withdrawal of the
Lebanese Army from the
Aley and Shouf mountain
regions, where Christian
and Druze militiamen have
been battling since Novem-
ber; the removal of all
Lebanese Army guns iA Be-
irut aimed at Druze posi-
tions in the mountains;
guarantees that all reli-
gious sects will have equal
rights, and guarantees that
Lebanese Army guns in
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