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April 15, 1988 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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Eban: Scare Campaign
Against Peace Conclave

New York (JTA) — Abba
Eban said April 6 that Israel
should be willing to negotiate
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization, providing the
PLO renounces terrorist and
accepts a peaceful resolution
of the Middle East conflict.
"I am willing to sit down
and negotiate with my
enemy," the Laborite Knesset
member told an overflowing
auditorium at the New School
for Social Research. "We want
to negotiate with Palestinian
representatives, with those
who abjure terrorism and
want peace," he said.
Eban, a former Israeli am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions and the United States
who chairs the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Defense
Committee, came out strong-
ly in favor of an international
conference to open direct
peace talks between Israel
and its Arab neighbors.
Charging that "a scare cam-
paign" against an interna-
tional conference is underway
"not only in Israel but in the
U.S. itself," Eban said that in
the last 40 years "Israel par-
ticipated in five of them, and
there is always a way out," if
something does not work out.
Eban noted that the United
States is offering "extraor-
dinary safeguards" to Israel
to participate in an interna-

Abba Eban: Willing to negotiate.

tional conference and has
assured the Israel govern-
ment that the United States
will walk out together with
Israel from such a conference
if Israel's interests are
compromised.
As for Soviet participation
in the conference, which some
have opposed since the Soviet
Union does not have diplo-
matic relations with Israel,
Eban, asked: "How can you
have peace without Soviet
participation?"

Jesuit Magazine
Article Protested

Los Angeles (JTA) — Senior
officials of the Simon Wiesen-
thal Center here protested an
article in a Rome-based Jesuit
publication that reportedly
compared the actions of
Israeli soldiers against
Palestinian rioters to the
"Final Solution".
The article, written by
Father Giovanni Rulli, ap-
peared in a recent issue of
Civilta Cattolica, a magazine
said to have close ties with
the Vatican's Secretariat of
State.
Rulli, the magazine's for-
eign affairs commentator,
reportedly wrote that televi-
sion footage of Israeli soldiers
quelling disturbances in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip
recalled the "Final Solution,"
the Nazi campaign to exter-
minate European Jewry in
the Holocaust.
Rabbis Marvin Hier, Abra-
ham Cooper and Daniel
Landes, responding in a letter
to the magazine, said they
were "shocked and dismayed"

by the article. Hier and
Cooper are dean and asso-
ciate dean respectively of the
Wiesenthal Center. Landes is
director of its National
Education Project.

Emigre Invited
Back To USSR

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A 70-year-
old Soviet stage director, who
has been living in Israel for
the last year, has received
permission to return to
Moscow next month to
preside over the opening of a
production on which he was
working before he was exiled
from the Soviet Union four
years ago.
Yuri Lyubimov, who is not
Jewish but received Israeli
citizenship by virtue of his
marriage to a Jewish woman,
is the founder of the avant-
garde Taganka Theater.
In March 1984, Lyubimov
was fired from the theater.

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