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December 21, 1984 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-21

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Egyptian-Israeli discussions of
the Palestinian Arab issue, called
for under the Camp David agree-
ments, were, he says, "frustrated"
by Begin's insistence on an "au-
tonomy" arrangement for the
West Bank Arabs "that could
never under any conditions lead
to the end of Israeli rule. Few if
any such 'autonomies' have
existed in history," he remarks,.
noting that, on their part, "the
Egyptians saw autonomy as an
intermediate stage on the road to
an independent Palestinian state,
ignoring more realistic options
such as the Jordanian connec-
tion."

The situation has changed
dramatically, Eban suggests,
since the Begin regime's rejection
of the Reagan Plan and its launch-
ing of an energetic settlement
program in the populated West
Bank areas. The new Israeli gov-
ernment, he points out, wants an
early withdrawal of Israeli forces
from Lebanon, subject only to
necessary security arrangements
for the northern regions. Many
will be surprised to hear Eban
welcome a closer relationship be-
tween Washington and Damascus
to facilitate Israel's withdrawal
from Lebanon. The current
Egyptian-Jordanian rapproche-
ment he sees as the possible pre-
lude to a new attempt to resume
the peace process. President Rea-
gan's re-election, he says, "frees
American diplomacy from the
grip of electoral politics."



But the most significant de-
velopment probably is the change
within Israel itself. "Those re-
sponsible for security in the Is-
raeli Cabinet and in the major
Knesset committees are no longer
unconditional opponents of the
Reagan Plan," Eban points out.
"They see no virtue either in total
acceptance or in total rejection.
"Moreover, the Labor Party,
which now heads the government
and the Defense Ministry, has al-
ways opposed an unrestrained
settlement policy in Judea and
Samaria — as the West Bank was
called in Biblical times — that
would close the options for a ter-
ritorial compromise in the fu-
ture."
Eban is careful to point out that
these developments cannot serve
as "a guarantee of success for an
American role" but, despite an
American reluctance to intervene
again without certain indications
of probable success, the Israeli
diplomat appeals to the United
States for action.
"It is no light matter for an Is-
raeli to encourage the United
States to mediate a Lebanese set-
tlement and to sponsor a negotia-
tion of an Israeli-Jordanian-
Palestinian settlement based on
U.S. Security Council Resolution
242," he concludes. "But we have
reached a stage in which Ameri-
can passivity would amount to
active intervention against a
possible era of reconciliation.
"There is no way of testing the
temperature of the water without
plunging in. It will not become
any warmer or more inviting after
further delay."

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