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August 26, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arab Village Leagues Leader Addresses Jewish Veterans Event

WASHINGTON — Ad-
dressing the 88th annual
convention of the Jewish
War Veterans of the USA,
Mustafa Dodin, head of the
Arab Village Leagues on
the West Bank, declared,
"The only way to peace is by
direct negotiations between
Israel and the Palesti-
nians."
Claiming the Federation
of Village Leagues repre-
sents 70 percent of the West
Bank's Palestinian popula-
tion and are "the only ones
leading the masses," Dodin
declared, "We are Palesti-
nians living under occupa-
tion; we call for a termina-
tion of that occupation, but
the only means to achieve
that end is through direct
negotiation."
He stated, "We accept the
Reagan initiative as the be-
ginning of efforts to find a
just and durable peace."
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Dodin asked the JWV
delegates to join with his
organization in "con-
demning terror from any
group for any reason."
He noted that members of
the Village League had
been constantly harassed
by the PLO and the Jor-
danian government be-
cause of their call for
peaceful coexistence
with Israel and because
they were an indigenous,
local movement.

Dodin criticized the U.S.
Department of State for at-
temptipg to have King Hus-
sein come to the peace table
with Arafat's approval.
Having been a political ad-
viser to King Hussein for
five years, Dodin observed
"You will wait 100 years be-
fore King Hussein will come
forward with Arafat," for

Arafat would get all the
credit and King Hussein
would lose his kingdom.
Dodin also charged that
the U.S. State Department
has met with terrorists of
the Middle East, but has re-
fused to meet with his
group. He believes, how-
ever, that the United States
is the "only third country
which can contribute to
peace."
Urging that the time is
ripe for fruitful negotia-
tions, he envisioned an ul-
timate solution to involve a
return to pre-1967 borders.
Since the Egyptians do not
want Gaza, he said, Gaza
should be part of a West
Bank/East Bank state.
Dodin further stated,
"Jerusalem should not be
divided again; Arabs and
Jews should contribute to

an administrative council
for the city." When asked by
JWV delegates if he rejected
the idea of a West Bank con-
federation with Israel and

Jordan, Dodin said he did
not reject his idea and at one
time had discussed pos
itively with King Hussein
the idea of "cantons.

Friday, August 26, 1983 21

Seldom is faction's ire in
haughty minds extin
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like flame suppressed,
breaks forth again, and
blazes higher.
— May

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ence Goldberg of Hazlet,
N.J., was elected president
of the national ladies auxil-
iary of the Jewish War Vet-
erans at the 56th annual
convention of JWVA held at
the Marriott Hotel in At-
lanta, Ga.
Mrs. Goldberg has been
an active member of the
Bayshore Auxiliary for al-
most 25 years. She served as
its first president for two
years. She was then elected
Monmouth-Ocean
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