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October 25, 1985 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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4 0 Friday, October 25, 1985




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its association and attempt at compromising delegates that, re-
cooperation with the Palestine present peace, not terror," Peres
said, an allusion to Israel's re-
Liberation Otganization. ,
According to reports from jection to any joint 'delegation
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Jordan with the participation of the
and Syria have agreed to ex PLO
change Ambassadors„ after a
The Jordan delegation to the
four-year freeze in diplomatic UN was among the' other Arab
relations. The reports also said delegations, exclnding Egypt,
that Syrian President Hafez which left the General Assembly
Assad may hold a summit meet- hall at the start of Peres'
ing with King Hussein of Jor- speech.
dan in the near future. Accord-
Peres said Tuesday that the
ing to the reports, the agree- proposed negotiations with Jor-
ment was reached Monday in dan may produce intermediate
talks between Jordan's Premier as well as pernianent ar-
Zaid Rifai and his Syrian coun-. rangements. "They may deal
terpart, Abdul-Raouf Qasui in
Peres claimed that the PLO
had in the last few weeks twice Peres also suggested
embarrassed Hussein. The first that permanent
time, he noted, was the terrorist
attack in Larnaca, Cyprus, members of the
where they killed three Israelis
while .,Hussein was in Washing- Security Council
ton trying to convince the Re- may be invited to
agan Administration that the
PLO should be part of the support the
Mideast peace process.
initiation of
The second incident was last
week when Britain's Foreign negotiations between
Secretary, Sir Geoffrey Howe, Israel and Jordan.
cancelled a meeting with two
leaders 'of the PLO when one of
them refused to sign a prev-
iously agreed-upon statement to with the demarcation of bound-
renounce violence and terror aries, as well as the resolution
and to recognize the State of Is- of the Palestinian problem. The
rael. . '
Camp David Accords provide a
In a clear,cut statement, the possible basis for the attainment
government of Jordan held the of this objective."
PLO solely responsible for the
Peres also suggested that the
fiasco. Political observers felt permanent . members of the Se-
that this extremely embarras- cmity Council may be invited to
sing development could, be the support the initiation of the
first crack in the alliance 'put negotiations between Israel and
together by Hussein and PLO Jordan but he stressed that Is-
chief Yasir Arafat last February rael objects to the participation
which would have Jordan and - of Security Council members
the Palestinians negotiate which do not have diplomatic re-
jointly ,in the Mideast peace lations with Israel to be in such
a role. ,
In his- speech at the UN, Peres
Peres added that "in order to
proclaimed that • "the state of expedite the peace process, the
war between Israel and Jordan agenda, procedures and interna-
shoUld be terminated im- tional support for negotiations
mediately." The Israeli leader, can be discussed and agreed
addressing the 40th anniversary upon at a meeting of small
session of the IJN General As- working teams to be . covered
sembly, called for direct negotia- within 30 days."
tions without preconditions be-
The other parts of Peres'
tween Jordan and Israel with speech of the UN were devoted
the goal of reaching. a peace to assailing terrorism, the state
treaty as well as to resolve the of Israel's relations with Egypt
Palestinian issue..
and the plight of Soviet Army.
"Negotiations are to beliased-
In our regioh," said Peres,
on United, Nations Security "terrorieuils at-'1,var with peace.
Council resolutions 242 and 338,' lerrorism is bent, on injuring
and on willingness to entertain the peace process but we
suggestions proposed by other have an equal determination: It
participants; negotiations are to will not stop progress toward
be conducted directly between peace. We reject the absurd
states; if deemed necessary, claim that resisting terrorism —
these negotiations may be in- rather. than terrorism itself —
itiated -with the support of an undermines efforts fot peace."
international forum, as agreed He charged that PLO terrorism
upon by the negotiating states; has brought more tragedy than
this gathering can take place anything else on4he Palestinian
before the end of this year, in people.
Jordan, Israel or any location,
Turning to Israel's relations
as mutually agreed upon," he with Egypt, Peres declared: "We
turn to our. Egyptian friends
"He will be pleased to attend with the invitation to breath life
an opening meeting in Amman,'! into our relations 'and to raise
Peres added. "Negotiations be- Otir peoples' apirits; let us not
tvieen Israel and Jordan are to allow gloom and doom to over-
be conducted between an Israeli shadow our worthiest accom-
delegation, on the one hand and plishments; let.us make our
a Jordanian or Jordanian- peace .a success — a source • of
Palestinian on the other, both encouragement to Others."







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