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October 25, 1985 - Image 42

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UN Resolutions

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tion merely hinted at such sanc-
tions.
Israeli officials, in urging an
American veto, had insisted that
this would be the first time that ,
the United States failed to block
a resolution which had even
hinted at sanctions.
They also noted that the U.S.
abstention would come in
marked contrast to earlier
American statements defending
the Israeli action as legitimate
self defense.
Finally, Israeli officials said
the vote would have the added
effect of encouraging interne- .
tional terror.
State Department spokesman
Charles Redman said the United
States had abstained because
the resolution "failed to give due
note to the broad context of vio-
lence in the Middle East and as-
signed blame to only one party,
Israel. He could not vote for a
resolution which disproportion-
ately blames one side in a dis-
' pute and ignores the central is-
sue, which is terronism."
Redman refused to comment
on reports that U.S. embassy of-
ficials in Tunisia had already
started to shred and burn
classified documents in anticipa-
tion of a possible mob attack. ,
The spokesman simply said that
"in such situations one takes
appropriate measures."
At the White House, Speakes
flatly denied the assertions by
PLO Chairman Yank, Arafat
that the United States had
allowed Israeli planes to refuel
at American-run NATO bases.
Arafat said that National Secu-
rity Adviser Robert McFarlane
had specifically given orders to
let the Israeli planes refuel.
"That's simply not -true,"
Speakes said. "We had no ad-
vance knowledge (of the raid).
We had no participation, and we
were not aware of it until after
it occurred."
Arafat also said that he would
not proceed in the U.S.-
sponsored peace process unless
he received renewed assurances

directly from President Reagan
that any attempt to 'assassinate
him will not be repeated
Asked whether' the :United
States would offer :Arafat any
assurances to encourage him to
resume work towards peace,
Speakee said: 'I think we have
been working with the Jorda-
nians in order to work out a
satisfactory format. We have
worked with King Hussein::...
Our goal in our workings with
King Hussein and in 'our dis-

Assistant Secretary
of State-Richard
Mulphy noted that
neither acts of terror
nor responses to
them were "cost
free."

,

cussions with a number of Mid-
dle East leaders over the last
two weeks has been to bring
about prompt direct negotia-
tions."
Assistant Secretary of State
for Near. Eastern and South
Asian Affairs Richard Murphy
noted that neither acts of terror
nor responses to them were "cost
free.' Interviewed on the Cable
News Network, Murphy insisted
that the United States had not
"endorsed or OK'd" the Israeli _
raid, but had merely issued a
statement noting that "as a
matter of principle" states were
allowed to retailiate against ter-

,

.

•ror.
Still,

Murphy maintained that
Israel.and Jordan remained anx-
ious to see the peace' process get
off the ground, despite the raid.
He said, there were- still many
questions unresolVed, although
progress had been made during
King Hussein's visit to Wash
ington earlier this month.:

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branch of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry;
Jane Sherman, chairman of the chamber; and Eli Zborowski,
president of the American-Israel Chamber of Cominerce and
Industry in New York.

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