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November 01, 1985 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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pass the judgment that he is to
weak? I think he is _strong
enough to do so. He needs peace
as badly as we do. I do believe
the King is in a position to
negotiate. A man is as strong as
he feels."
Panel member Prof. Howard
M. Sachar, a Middle East expert
at George Washington Univer-
sity, asked if a territorial com-
promise would be part of the
peace process. Peres said, "If we
shall start the negotiations, the
Israeli side will come up with"
an interim proposal.
"We shall have to have at
least two stages" in an eventual
accommodation, he continued,
"and the first stage will prob-
ably be on the lines of the
Camp David accords. The Camp
David plan entailed limited
self-rule for the West Bank and
the Gaza Strip.
"There is no replacement for
direct negotiations" in the peace
process, Peres said. "I do not be-
lieve we can reach an agree-
ment unless we shall meet face
to face."
Last week, Peres said Israel
would accept an international
conference on the Middle East
under certain conditions, such
as the re-establishment of
t oviet-Israeli relations.
"No international forum can
serve as a substitute for direct
negotiations," he said Sunday.
"Yet I can think of many ways
in which international support
may be helpful." Specifically, he
said the United Nations Secu-
rity Council could help by cal-
ling for direct negotiations.
Asked by a 'viewer in
Montreal if Israel was prepared
to consider a territorial com-
promise over the West Bank as
part of a peace agreement with
Jordan, Mr. Peres said, "Why
are you so much in a hurry?" He
indicated that he felt it would
be premature and imprudent to
declare positions on specific
elements in an eventual accord.
Peres called Hussein's re-
sponse to Peres' United Nations
peace initiative last week
encouraging because it was the
first time Hussein had stated
publicly that he supported an
idea proposed by a representa-
tive of Israel. "It's a positive be-
ginning."
He said that Jewish education
is the most important aspect in
the struggle for Jewish identity,
and defended Zionism against
E. UN Resolution 3379, which
equated Zionism with racism
when it was passed Nov. 10,
1975. "Anybody who is not a
Zionist is a racist," Peres said.
"Zionism ended racism against
Jews." He also pointed to Is-
rael's efforts to bring in the
Jews of Ethiopia this year and
similar efforts in the past on
behalf of dark-skinned Jews
from Arab lands.
Peres argued against the sale
of Western arms to Arab coun-
tries "who maintain a state of
belligerency with Israel." He
said such sales hurt Israel
pp strategically and economically
and confirm a belligerent policy
in the Arab world.

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