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tative steps towards peace
with Israel's Arab neighbours.
In the process, he had dram-
atically calmed the super-
heated public debate — and
won a measure of confidence
that would have been unthink-
able just a year ago. All this
while workers have watched
the value of their salaries erode
by up to 30 per cent over the
past five months.
No one is more surprised by
this dramatic turnaround in
political fortunes than Mr.
Peres himself. It is a popular-
ity that has been achieved by
his steady, moderate leader-
ship and by tireless visits to
those once-dreaded develop-
ment towns and factories.
The prime minister finds it
difficult to adjust to the out-
pouring of affection he encoun-
ters these days: "It warms the
heart, but I'm not used to it,"
he acknowledges. "Sometimes
when they smother me with
love, I simply don't know what
to do with it."
Noted one political observer
in the mass-circulation He-
brew-language daily Yediot
Ahranot: "Once people said
that they wouldn't buy a used
car from this man. Today,
they'll buy anything from
him."
But the larger question
mark that now hangs over the
born-again career of Shimon
Peres is whether, in the wake
of the spy scandal, the Reagan
administration will be pre-
pared to deal with a political
leader who is described by one
senior State Department of-
ficial as having "stabbed me in
the back."
In the event, observers in
Jerusalem are not yet writing
the political obituary of Prime
Minister Peres, for it is con-
sidered unlikely that Wash-
ington will force him to pay the
supreme price for the affair.
While Mr. Peres may have
presided over a goverment
that has deeply wounded
Washington, they say, his
style and his political posi-
tions — on both foreign and
domestic affairs — are closer
to that of the Reagan admini-
stration than those of any
other Israeli leader.
Moreover, if Mr. Peres were
to be forced from office now
the carefully crafted national
unity government would come
tumbling down. And the conse-
quences of such an eventuality
are fraught with danger. For in
spite of his strong showing in
the polls, it is by no means cer-
tain that Israel's volatile elec-
torate would return him to
power. Having tasted seven
years of Likud administration
— emotional, tempestuous,
unpredictable, sometimes
reckless years — Washington

is perceived as having a power-
ful interest in sustaining the
Peres government; indeed, po-
litical observers in Jerusalem
believe Washington would be
prepared to pay almost any
price — in economic or political
'terms — to keep Peres in office.

For Washington's greatest
fear is not that Israel might
have got its hands on some
super-sensitive intelligence
material regarding its Arab
neighbors, but that Mr. Peres
and other forces of moderation
will be swept aside by the
powerful coalition of religious
and nationalist extremists who
are poised in the wings, wait-
ing for Mr. Peres to stumble.

While Mr. Peres has been
vigorously pursuing peace
with Jordan and a resolution of
the Palestinian problem, Mr.
Ariel Sharon — the architect
of Israel's war in Lebanon and
now minister of trade — ac-
tively advocates a military
strike against Jordan to de-
stroy the bases of the Palestine
Liberation Organization there.

That is not the sort of talk
officials in Washington want
to hear. Nor is Mr. Sharon —
who has shown a distinct im-
patience for the painstaking
diplomatic process and a de-
cided perference for the instant
solution that flows from the
barrel of the gun — the sort of
leader they want to deal with.

But if Mr. Peres is brought
down now, that is precisely the
predicament they may be
forced to contend with.

Thus, ironically, for all the
poison that may have entered
the relationship between
Washington and Jerusalem
and all the trust that may have
been shattered as a result of
the Pollard spy scandal, it is
likely to be Washington which
now finds itself pulling Mr.
Peres's irons out of the fire and
saving the Israeli leader's
political skin.

Church Awaits
Right Moment

Rome (ZINS) — Johannes Car-
dinal Willebrands, head of the
Vatican Secretariat for Christian
Unity, said conditions were not
yet right for the church to ask
Jews to forgive Catholics for past
persecution. Cardinal Willeb-
rands said relations between the
church and Jews must improve
further in order for such a decla-
ration to be well understood and
well received.
A petition asking for such ac-
tion had been sent to the Cardinal
by Catholics in the Rome area. He
emphasized that the Second Vati-
can Council had condemned all
forms of anti-Semitism and any
persecution of Jews.

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