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December 14, 1984 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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Egypt, Jordan warned on PLO ties

New York (JTA) — Deputy
Premier and Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir warned Sunday
night that by getting closer to the
"terrorist PLO," Egypt and Jor-
dan are harming the chance of
reaching an accommodation with
Israel.
"Egypt and Jordan, which can
together lead the Arab camp
toward an accommodation with
Israel, cannot expect to move any
closer to this goal by aligning
themselves with the terrorist
PLO," Shamir declared at a
Yeshiva University convocation
at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in
New York where he and Secretary
of State George Shultz were
awarded honorary degrees.
"Even when the so-called PLO
adopts a political program, as it
has done in the past, it remains a
terrorist group which preaches
and practices terror," the Israeli
Minister stated. "Forming a
league which includes the PLO
constitutes a regressive step
which is bound to have a negative
impact on the fragile foundation
for compromise which was erected
at Camp David."
Shamir said that Israel wel-

comes the resumption of diploma-
tic ties between Egypt and Jor-
dan, claiming that the alliance
between these two countries "has
the potential to strengthen the
peace camp among the Arab
states." But he repeated that
there is no room for the PLO in
any future negotiations "because
peace and the PLO are mutually
exclusive."

Shamir called on Egypt and
Jordan "to take the courageous
step of entering into negotiations"
with Israel "to implement the
Camp David accords and to solve
the outstanding problems be-
tween our countries."

Praising the United States'
firm stand against international
terrorism, Shamir said: "There
can be no gradations of terror; it is
undeniably destructive in what-
ever form and must be universally
castigated and outlawed."
Meanwhile, Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak reiter-
ated his commitmen to the 1979
Israel-Egypt peace treaty in a
wide-ranging interview pub-
lished Friday in The Wall Street
Journal. The 90-minute inter-

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view was conducted Dec. 4 in
Cairo.
"We signed a peace agreement
and we respect it," Mubarak said.
"Whenever we sign an agreement
it is finished. Nobody will per-
suade us to cancel an agreement
we have signed."
But the Egyptian leader ap-
peared, according to the authors
of the article, "equally adamant"
that relations with Israel will not
improve until, among other
things, Israel leaves Lebanon.
On the disputed Taba region,
which straddles the Israeli-
Egyptian border, Mubarak said
the issue has become a "national
cause" for the Egyptian people.
But he downplayed this in con-
trast to Lebanon and the Palesti-
nian issue.
Mubarak also expressed disap-
pointment with the United
States, on one hand, because the
U.S. has not pressed for a Middle
East peace settlement, and on the
other hand, because he says the
United States has not fulfilled the
commitment by the Carter Ad-
ministration to give Israel and
Egypt equal military and eco-
nomic aid.
In a related development, the
Egyptian Minister of State for
Foreign Affairs, Boutros Ghali,
met last week in Brussels with the
president of the European Eco-
nomic Commission (EEC), Gaston
Thorn. The two discussed the
situation in the Middle East as
well as matters of bilaterial rela-
tions between Egypt and the
EEC,Ghali, who was in the Bel-
gian capital for a two-day visit,
informed Thorn of the results of
King Hussein's recent visit to
Cairo.
During a press conference last
Wednesday in Brussels, Ghali
emphasized the importance of the
role Europe should play in the
search for a settlement for the
Middle East crisis. Europe has a
mediating role to play because of
its privileged relations with
Egypt, the other Arab countries,
Israel and the United States, he
said.

Knesset defers
Kahane move

Jerusalem (JTA) — The Knes-
set's House Committee has de-
ferred a final decison on measures
that would make Rabbi Meir
Kahane of the extremist Kach
faction liable to prosecution for
incitement against the Arab
population.
Most MKs, from the far right to
the far left, favor action to strip
Kahane of his parliamentary im-
munity. But sharp personal and
political differences have arisen
over the nature and scope of such
action and whether or not it
should originate with the legisla-
tive rather than the judicial
branch of government.
A bill to waive Kahane's im-
munity was formally submitted
by Labor MK Edna Solodar and
Yossi Sarid of the Citizens Rights
Movement (CRM). Solodar has al-
ready accused the House Commit-
tee of foot-dragging.

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