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New York (JTA) — Former Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger
said last week that he does not
believe that there is presently an
opportunity for a dramatic break-
through toward a solution of the
"This is a period in which only
limited objectives can be reached"
in the Mideast, Kissinger told
more than 600 people attending
the annual dinner of the Ameri-
can Friends of Haifa University at
the Pierre Hotel in New York last
Wednesday. He noted that Israel
is in the midst of an economic
crisis and is being governed by a
coalition government, and that
various elements in the Arab__
world are divided and warring.
Kissinger, who was awarded an
honorary doctorate by the univer-
sity, said that in this uncertain
situation in the Mideast, no coin-
prehensive solution is likely to be
No injuries reported
in blast at Israel
Embassy in Cyprus
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\M A R V
Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel has
taken strong exception to the re- --
mark attributed to a senior Egyp-
tian official, Osama El-Baz, that
Israel constitutes a threat to
peace in the Middle East and the,
E1-Baz, a top political aide to
President Hosni Mubarak, al-
legedly made that allegation in
Amman Monday where he was
awaiting Mubarak's visit to the
Jordanian capital this 'week.
A Foreign Min,istry statement
Tuesday called El-Baz's remarks
"a gross violation of the spirit of
the Camp David accords and the
peace treaty," adding the cautious
rider, "If indeed El-Baz made the
remarks." No official Egyptian
text has been issued.
Media reports from Amman
and Cairo quoted El-Baz as saying
that Egypt's inter-Arab obliga-
tions take precedence over its
commitments to Israel but those
commitments would not be a
"barrier" to its ties with the Arab
Tel Aviv (JTA) — A car bomb
that exploded last week in the
courtyard of a building in
downtown Nicosia, Cyprus which
houses the Israeli Embassy,
caused / no casualties, but there
was damage to the building, to
cars parked nearby and to neairby
shop windows, officials reported.
According to reports from
Nicosia, the blast occurred at
10:30 a.m. local time last Thurs-`
day, when an explosive device in
the trunk of a car detonated. The
car, said to belong to a rental
agency, was parked in the lot
about a half hour before the explo-
sion, the reports said.
No group immediately claimed
responsibility for the bombing.
There have been several shoot-
ings and bombings in Nicosia of a
terrorist nature during the past