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November 15, 1985 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 15, 1985

L GREETINGS - THANKS - REMEMBRANCES
with a tray from

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worried. Mann did not return to
the U.S. ready to accept the
PLO, despite the strong but un-
successful efforts of both Hus-
sein and Mubarak to convince
him and his group to meet with
Arafat.
"If the months ahead are to be
used wisely," Mann wrote, it is
time for the United States to
make it clear to King Hussein
once and for all that neither
Arafat nor those he delegates
are acceptable partners in a
negotiation. It is time for the
United States to help put an end
to the Palestinian fantasy that
if they only wait long enough,
the PLO will get its way. It is
time for the United States to
encourage Hussein to find alter-
native partners from within the
Palestinian community."
But Hussein refuses to aban-
don Arafat — at least for the
time being. Yes, the Jordanian
monarch may have recently held
some secret talks with Peres,
and yes, he is surely anxious to
get real negotiations with Israel
off the ground. But he still
seems too weak, both within
Jordan as well as within the
Arab world, to move without
Arafat's blessings.
The king's angry rhetoric in
Arabic against Israel on Nov. 2
during speech before the Jorda-
nian parliament was in marked
contrast to his soft-spoken
English praising Peres during
an earlier interview with the
New York Times. U.S. officials
were startled by the difference,
including one passage before the
parliament which referred to the
Israeli occupation of the West
Bank as "the most brutal and
relentless occupation and coloni-
zation that contemporary his-
tory has known."
That kind of talk is certainly
not going to win friends for
Hussein in Israel — even among
the doves. U.S. officials are wor-
ried about it. They are privately
urging Hussein to "cool it."

In the meantime, the search
for responsible Palestinians con-
tinues. Last month, some offi-
cials in the Reagan Administra-
tion held out the possibility that
one PLO official in Cairo, Nabil
Sha'ath, might join some other
Palestinians in a joint delega-
tion with Jordan. But Sha'ath
was eventually rejected because
of his formal PLO credentials.
In an interview published
Nov. 3 in the Philadelphia In-
quirer, Sha'ath was clearly thril-
led that Hussein and Mubarak
had not abandoned Arafat, de-
spite the Achille Lauro incident.
But U.S. officials fear that
West Bank and Gaza Palesti-
nians, although personally more
moderate than many Palesti-
nians on the outside and prob-
ably prepared to move jointly
with Hussein, are still afraid to
be seen as leaving the PLO fold.
So yes, the Americans remain
optimistic. But they have yet to
achieve their decisive break-
through.
Perhaps, it will come after the
superpower summit this month
in Geneva. It does not look like
it will come in advance.

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