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London (JTA) — Prime Minis-
ter Margaret Thatcher said last
week she hopes to visit Israel
this summer after being invited
by Israeli Prime Minister
She was speaking at a crowd-
ed reception given by the Israeli
leader at his London hotel dur-
ing his five-day official visit to
Britain. Thatcher's visit to
Israel will be the first to the
Jewish State by a British Prime
Minister while in office.
The two leaders swapped
warm compliments before an
audience of 800 people which in-
cluded other British politicians
who only a short time before had
been attacking each other bitter-
ly in the House of Commons
over the Westland Helicopter
Thpir informal speeches sug-
gest that UK-Israeli friendship
has been dramatically revived
after a few years of disagree-
ment and mutual suspicion.
However, it remains to be seen
whether Peres won any conces-
sions over bilateral differences,
such as UK refusal to supply
North Sea Oil and the continua-
tion of her four-year-old arms
embargo. These are believed to
have cropped up only briefly
during his talks here.
In another development,
Israeli officials summed up
Peres' parallel talks here with
US envoy Richard Murphy as
two nights of agonizing. Mur-
phy has been carrying out a
shuttle mission betwegn Peres
and King Hussein of Jordan
who left London a few hours
before the Israeli leader arrived.,
Officials claimed that 50 per-
cent of the obstacles to direct
negotiations between Israel and
Jordan had now been overcome
and that although the outstand-
ing obstacles were not easy,
they were not insuperable.
Claiming that Hussein and
Peres shared the same sense of
urgency, the Israeli officials said
the King knew that he would
"have to make a historic deci-
sion in a few weeks."
The Israelis, recalling last Oc-
tober's Achidelauro hijacking
and the subsequent abortive
PLO contacts with the British
Government, argue that Yasir
Arafat has dealt- himself out of
the peace process.
They want Hussein to look for
fellow,negotiators among Pale-
stinian leaders in the West Bank
and Gaza, claiming there is con-
siderable support for him in the
In order to provide Hussein
with an umbrella for peace talks,
Israel has accepted his.proposal
for an international forum, while
insisting that the Soviet Union
would have to renew diplomatic
ties with Israel in order to par-
ticipate in it. The forum could
also not serve as a substitute for
Israel says Britain and other
European Economic Community
states, should encourage Hus-
sein down this road. But the
British Foreign Office is •eliev-
ed to fear that Hussein would be
taking excessive personal and
political risks by talking to
Israel with the PLO and in de-
fiance of Syria and other Arab
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Ariel
Sharon, the controversial former
Defense Minister, last week
reached an out-of-court settle-
ment in his libel suit against
Time magazine in a Tel Aviv
district court. The amount of
the settlement was not disclos-
ed but according to Israel Radio,
it is a very considerable sum, far
in excess of the legal expenses
incurred by the Likud Minister.
Sharon, who is Minister of
Commerce and Industry in the
Labor-Likud unity coalition
government, said on a radio in-
terview that he was satisfied
with the outcome of his three
year legal battle with Time. He
said he regarded the settlement
"as a victory for truth and
freedom of expression for the
Sharon sued the American
weekly for libel in connection
with an article published on
February 21, 1983. Time alleged
that as Israeli Defense Minister
during the Lebanon War, Shar-
on had privately urgedthe fam-
ily of assassinated- Lebanese
President-elect Bashir Gemayel
to take revenge, leading to the
massacre of Palestinian civilians
in the Shatila and Sabra refugee
camps in Israel-occupied west
Beirut in September, 1982, by a
Christian Phalangist militia.
■ The article also claimed that
a secret addendum — known as
Appendix B — to the report of
the Kahan Commission which
investigated the massacre, held
Sharon directly responsible. The
Kahan Commission, in its' pub-
lished report, held Sharon to
have been indirectly responsible
and urged then Prime Ministei‘
Menachem Begin to dismiss
him. Sharon subsequently
resigned as Defense Minister.
Sharon.filed a 00 million libel