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mated to arbitration. This is
strongly opposed by Shamir
who seeks broad negotiations
with Cairo encompassing all
unsettled issues between the
two countries, including Taba.
Weizman, however, has
hinted privately that he would
readily agree to an interna-
tional arbitration over Taha.
He believes such a concession
by Israel would open the way
to general improvement of re-
lations with the Egyptians.
The Egyptians had asked
that discussions on Taba be re-
sumed yesterday, but the Is-
raelis balked because of
Passover. The Taba talks have
been in recess since Jan. 25.
Over the weekend, Shamir
rejected what he termed the
"dangerous trap" embodied in
the "peace in exchange for
territory" formula, saying,
"No Jew has the right to give
up or bargain over any part of
Israel."
"This formula is a trap de-
signed to return us to the
strangling lines of 1967, and
we shall never return to that,"
Shamir declared. "If any gov-
ernment in Israel goes out of
its mind and agrees to give up
territories for peace, there is
no guarantee for peace. A
smashed fragmented Israel
will be easy prey to those who
want to eliminate it."
Shamir addressed the Knes-
set "West Bank and Gaza Strip
Lobby" at a meeting of central
committees of political parties
which support Jewish settle-
ment in the administered ter-
ritories. The meeting at Kfar
Hamaccabiah was attended by
some 800 members of the
Likud, Tehiya, Morshasha
and other parties and West
Bank settlement activists.
Also addressing the Knesset
lobby. meeting was Minister of
Commerce and Industry Ariel
Sharon and Housing Minister
and Deputy Premier David
Levy. Sharon came out
strongly in support of Jewish
settlement around all Arab
towns and villages in the West
Bank. He rejected peace
negotiations with Jordan
under present circumstances.
He warned against the
"legitimization" of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
complaining that Israel did
not speak out clearly enough
about its policy for Judaea,
Samaria and Gaza, and talks
of peace with Jordan meant
recognition of PLO rights. He
said King Hussein of Jordan
does not act alone, but as an
emissary of PLO chief Yassir
Arafat.
Appealing for massive West

Bank settlement, Sharon de-
clared: "We must not leave in
Judaea and Samaria a single
concentration of Arab popula-
tion without putting in its
midst and around it a Jewish
settlement. We don't need
anybody's permission. We're
in the government."
Levy, in his address,
stressed the difference be-
tween the "national camp"
loyal to the land of Israel and

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Weizman has hinted
privately that he
would readily agree
to international
arbitration over Taba.

to defending it, and the "other
camp." He said, "This camp
(the national camp) will pre-
vent giving away parts of Is-
rael to a foreign rule. There
are those who believe that
suggesting this will bring us
closer to so-called peace. The
enemy rejects and they offer
again. We shall not allow this
to happen."
Levy said that this year
West Bank settlement ex-
ceeded 50,000 people and
promised that his ministry
will continue the building and
road construction process
there, creating a direct road
between the coastal plain and
the Jordan Valley. The con-
vention was the first meeting
of its kind to be organized by
the Knesset lobby in support of
settlement in the West Bank.

Peres' Rating
Soars In Poll

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The popular-
ity of Prime Minister Shimon
Peres continues to surge upwards,
according to a public opinion poll
taken by the Modi' in Ezrachi Re-
search Institute and published in
Friday's Maariv newspaper.
The poll, taken at the end of
March, gives Peres a 47.2 percent
lead as the man most suited to be
Prime Minister, far above the 4.8
percent for Deputy Premier and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, who is due to replace him
in ten months time, under the co-
alition agreement.
The poll showed that Peres
popularity has risen steadily from
a low of 17.8 percent in July 1984,
while that of Shamir has declined
from 23.3 percent that month.
Runner-up to Peres in the popu-
larity stakes is Ariel Sharon, with
a 6.3 percent total. Yitzhak Rabin
scored 5.6 percent, Yitzhak
Navon got 3.9 percent, and David
Levy a low 1.9 percent as candi-
date for the premiership.

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