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November 11, 1983 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UK's M.E. Official Visits Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
high-ranking British offi-
cial was warned of Syrian
plans to dominate the
region, and he in turn
warned his Israeli hosts
that the present "stagna-
tion" of the peace process in
the Middle East posed the
danger of a new conflict.
Richard Luce, Minister of
State at the Foreign Office
responsible for Middle East
policy, said at a dinner in
his honor last week that
both Britain and Israel
should be deeply concerned
by the lack of movement
toward peace. Stagnation
leads to frustration and
frustration could lead to vio-
lence, he said.
Luce said that while Brit-
ain would not preach to the
parties, it would try to help
them move ahead through
negotiations. He agreed
with the Israelis that
negotiations were the only
way to make progress.
Luce is the first high-
level member of the
British government to
visit Israel since former

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Foreign Secretary Lord
Carrington was in
Jerusalem in the spring
of 1982. Israeli officials
expressed hope that his
visit foreshadowed
closer relations. between
the two countries in the
future. Luce agreed, say-
ing such high-level talks
should become "routine,
not extraordinary."
At his meeting with Pre-
mier Yitzhak Shamir, the
latter contended that
Syria's obduracy in Leba-
non did not stem from tacti-
cal considerations but was
part of its far-reaching
plans to dominate the
region and its unswerving
rejection of Israel's right to
exist.
According to Shamir,
Damascus dreams of a
"Greater Syria" embracing
Lebanon and Jordan. He
said the presence of the
multinational force in Be-
irut — to which Britain con-
tributes — was vitally im-
portant but in the final
analysis, the multi-national
force would not defend
Lebanon from Syrian occu-
pation.
Luce also met with De-
puty Foreign Minister Meir
Ben-Yehuda and Defense
Minister Moshe Arens. He
said that differences had
surfaced with the Israelis in
the course of their talks,

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Rabbi Haim Druckman, a
member of the Knesset and
leader of the National Reli-
gious Party, believes that
the Third Temple will be
built on the Temple Mount
in the near future.
According to Amos Alon,
an Israeli journalist, there
is close collaboration be-
tween Jewish fundamen-
talists in Israel and Chris-
tian fundamentalists in the
U.S. to rebuild the Temple.

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LOS ANGELES —
"American Jewry and the
Holocaust: 1933-1945" has
been chosen as the theme
for the eighth annual
Holocaust essay contest
sponsored by the American
Congress of Jews from Po-
land and Survivors from
Concentration Camps.

. JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The West Bank military
government prevented two
prominent Palestinian
leaders from meeting with
visiting British Minister of
State Richard Luce as Is-
raeli authorities took tough
measures to squash demon-
strations in the territory
linked to Balfour Day on
Nov. 2.
Bassam Shaka, the de-
posed mayor of Nablus and
Haidar Abdul Shafi, a
leader in the Gaza Strip
sympathetic to the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion, were barred from a
meeting Luce had with two
other Palestinian notables,
Mayor Elias Friej of
Bethlehem and Anwar
Nusseiba, a former Defense
Minister of Jordan who
heads the East Jerusalem
Electric Corp.
Shaka was reportedly
stopped by border police on
the way to Jerusalem and
forced to return to his home
in Nablus.
The military govern-
ment offered no explana-
tion. The Defense Minis-
try later told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that
it opposed the inclusion
of "extremist militant
elements identified with
the PLO" in any process
of a dialogue which might
strengthen the position of
those elements.
Shaka's attorney, Felicia
Langer, charged in a letter
to Defense Minister Moshe
Arens that the former
mayor was being kept under
house arrest as his home is
under 24-hour guard.

SS21 Threat

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Gen. Ahud Barak told a
radio interview that Rus-
sian SS21 missiles in Syria
pose a threat to military de-
pots and airfields in north-
ern Israel.
"Though the SS21s can be
neutralized relatively eas-
ily by Israeli aircraft and
ground-to-ground rockets,
they pose a serious problem
for military planners," the
general said.

Little Support

STOCKHOLM (ZINS) --
On the eve of Yasir
Arafat's recent visit to
Stockholm a Swedish poll
showed Swedes favored Is-
rael by 25 percent, the PLO
15 percent, 60 percent said
they were neutral. Some 18
percent opposed Arafat's
visit and 12 percent ap-
proved it. Some 70 percent
had no opinion.

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particularly over Israel's
settlement policy on the
West Bank. But he stressed
that the free and frank ex-
change had "not been
wounding personally" be-
cause it was conducted in a
spirit of friendship. The
British minister left Israel
to visit Jordan and Egypt.
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