THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Accords In Talks
New York (JTA) — Former
President Jimmy Carter said in
an interview published in The
New York Times Tuesday that he
saw "three potential openings" in
the accord reached in recent dis-
cussions between King Hussein of
Jordan and Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yassir Arafat.
He described them, according to
the Times, as "an acknowledge-
ment that negotiations with Is-
rael could be productive" and ac-
ceptable, a "clear statement" that
a confederation of Jordan and a
Palestinian homeland might be
acceptable and an indication that
the Palestinians in principle ac-
cept "all the UN resolutions
which would include UN (Secu-
rity Council) resolution 242."
Furthermore, Carter said that
Israel had to trade territory for
peace and "delineate" acceptable,
permanent boundaries. This can
be done, the former President
said, only "at the negotiating
table where the consequences for
Israel's security can be under-
In other comments pertaining
to the Middle East peace process,
Carter assailed the Reagan Ad-
ministration for failure to apply
"consistent and persistent efforts"
to foster peace talks between Is-
rael and its Arab neighbors.
He said peace negotiations
could be built on the "tremendous
amount of common ground" in
positions already held by Israel,
some Arab governments and the
Carter was in New York where
he is promoting his new book The
Blood of Abraham which outlines
his views on the Mideast.
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Health
Minister Mordechai Gur has
sharply criticized ministerial col-
league Ariel Sharon for his at-
tacks on Labor and opposition
members for criticising his plan-
ning and prosecution of the Leba-
Gur told newsmen Sharon
should not be a Cabinet Minister.
He said that the former Defense
Minister had admitted the failure
of the war in Lebanon, but this
was not enough.
Gur said the recommendation
of the Kahane Commission that
Sharon should not serve in the
Cabinet should be implemented.
"Sharon should pay the full price
for his failure and for his in-
volvement in planning the
Lebanese War," Gur said.
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