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January 25, 1985 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 25, 1985

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NEWS

PNC Stance
On Israel Is
Disappointing

Jerusalem - Palestinian lead-
ers in Judea and Samaria are for
the most part disappointed that
the recently convened Palestine
National Council did not adopt a
more forthcoming pose regarding
possible political compromise
with Israel, according to Prof.
Moshe Ma'oz of Hebrew UniNw-
sity.
Prof. Ma'oz, chairman of the
Department of Islamic and Mid-
dle Eastern Studies at the univer-
sity and author of a new book,
Palesinian Leadership on the West
Bank, said that most Palestinian
leaders on the West Bank would
have liked to see the PNC for-
mally embrace United Nations
resolutions 242 and 338 on the
Middle East and to accept the Re-
agan Plan for settlement between
Israel and the Arabs. He also said
that these leaders feel that the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion should renounce its charter,
which still calls for Israel's de-
struction, and adopt a joint dip-
lomatic stance with Jordan.
The fact that the PNC - the
so-called parliament in exile of
the PLO - did not adopt such a
program at its sessions in Am-
man, has created a rift between
the Palestinians on the West
Bank and the PLO leadership, he
added. The former are more
pragmatic about an accommoda-
tion with Israel, while the latter
are still thinking in terms of re-
capturing parts of Israel proper,
he said.
Prof. Ma'oz made his analysis of
the current political climate
among the Palestinians in a pub-
lic lecture last month at the Harry
S. Truman Research Institute for
the Advancement of Peace at the
school's Mount Scopus campus.
Ma'oz said it Vas his feeling
that had Israel permitted West
Bank Palestinians to attend the
PNC meeting, it would have had a
benefical, moderating influence
on the proceedings.
As for the possibility of the
West Bank Palestinians reaching
any kind of separate agreement
with Israel on the future of Judea
and Samaria, Ma'oz said that such
a development would not be
possible without the approval of
either the PLO or Arab govern-
ments. The Palestinians on the
West Bank would be willing to ac-
cept autonomy according to the
Egyptian and American interpre-
tations, the professor said.

LOCAL NEWS

Jan. Lectures
At Somerset

The Center for New Thinking
will continue its lecture series
Sunday, 2:30 p.m., with "William
Shakespeare: His Personal Phi-
losophy," presented by James
Fletcher.
"Korea: A Nation with Two
Souls" will be presented Thursday
at 10 a.m.
Both seminars will be held at
the Somerset Mall Auditorium in
Troy. There is a charge. For
further information, call the Cen-
ter for New Thinking, 546-8928.

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