Friday, November 8, 1985
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Murphy Warns Congress
On Blocking Arms Deal
Washington (JTA) — Assis- Hussein of Jordan of U.S. sup-
tant Secretary of State Richard port for his role in the peace
Murphy warned Congress last process. It is especially impor-
week that if it rejected the Re- tant that we send a strong sig-
agan Administration's proposed nal of support to those willing to
$1.9 billion arms sale to Jordan take risks for peace," he said.
the United States role as a
In a related development a
peacemaker in the Middle East proposal to raise the amount of
would be damaged.
cash transfer funds designated
"The rejection of the arms sale for Egypt in the 1986 foreign
and the elimination of the aid bill was blocked in a Senate
United States as a dependable subcommittee last week, reflect-
arms supplier to the moderate ing lingering resentment of
Arabs would be a sharp break in • Egypt's handling of the Achille
the continuity of our relation- Lauro hijacking.
ships in the region," Murphy
The proposal to grant Egypt
told the House Foreign Rela-
double the $100 million origi-
tions Committee's subcommittee nally requested by the Adminis-
on Europe and the Middle East.
tration was introduced to the
Murphy, who heads the State Senate Appropriation Commit-
Department's Near Eastern and tee's foreign operations sub-
South Asian Bureau, stressed committee by Sen. Bob Kasten
that President Reagan is deter- (R-Wis.) and Sen. Daniel Inouye
mined to go through with his (D-Hawaii). Although the
proposal, submitted to congress change would not have added to
Oct. 21 to provide Jordan with the total amount of $815 million
sophisticated planes and air de- in economic support funds al-
fense missiles. ready approved for Egypt, it
Resolutions sponsored by an would have increased the share
overwhelming majority of both of aid that Egypt would receive
Houses have been introduced in in direct cash transfers.
The move was blocked by Sen.
the Senate and the House to re-
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), who
ject the sale.
However, the Senate adopted called for a cut in the already
a resolution last week postpon- approved cash transfer grant
ing the deadline for congres- from $115 million to $100 mil-
sional action from the normal 30 lion.
days after Presidential notifica-
tion until March 1. The House
has not acted on this resolution,
but there are indications that it
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Three Is-
might seek to amend it to
strengthen provisions enabling raelis were•expected to testify
this week before an Egyptian
Congress to reject the sale.
Murphy reiterated last Thurs- inquiry into the killing of seven
day that the Administration had Israeli tourists in Sinai last
not been behind the resolution. month by an Egyptian soldier,
He said the arms sales consti- the Foreign Ministry announced
tute a "powerful signal" to King today.