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February 15, 1985 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Reagan, Fand Discuss
Mideast Peace Strategies

Washington (JTA) — President
Reagan and King Fand of Saudi
Arabia met at the White House
Monday and expressed the close
friendship and cooperation be-
tween their two countries while
indicating their different concepts
of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
-"I continue to believe that a just
and lasting settlement based on
United Nations Security Council
Resolution 242 is within reach,"
Reagan said in his welcoming re-
marks on the south • lawn of the
White House.
"The Security of Israel and
other nations of the region and the
legitimate rights of the Palesti-
nian people should be addressed
in direct negotiations. It is time to
put this tragedy to rest and turn
the page to a new and happier
chapter."
But Fand, claiming that the
Palestinian people were "victims
of an unjust aggression," declared
that "the Palestinian problem is
the single problem that is of
paramount concern to the whole
Arab nation and affects the rela-
tiona of its people and countries
with the outside world. I hope, Mr.
President, that yolir Administra-
ton will support the just cause of
the Palestinian people."
Reagan stressed that "together,
our considerable influence and
our moral suasion can, at the very
least, decrease the threat of war.
If the Saudi and American gov-

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ernments focus their energies,
progress can be made, especially
in the lingering dispute between
Israel and her Arab neighbors."
Reagan did not mention Leba-
non, but Fand touched on the
issue briefly. "The problem of
Lebanon needs to be addressed in
such a way that would guarantee
the withdrawal of Israel from
Lebanese territory and the
achievement of Lebanon's sover-
eignty, territorial integrity and
full independence," he said.
Meanwhile, in New York, the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith (ADL) addressed an open
letter to King Fand of Saudi
Arabia urging him to "renounce
hatred and rejection of Isra.el" and
make peace.
The letter, headed with the
word "peace" in English, Arabic
and Hebrew, was published as an
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"there was a time when your an-
cestors and ours lived together
when mutual respect and cooper-
ation was possible." It goes on to
ask the Saudi monarch to reject
an anti-Semitic statement made
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United Nations Seminar on Reli-
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