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May 20, 1988 - Image 136

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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White House Statement
Lauds Peres' Vision'

Washington (JTA) — The
Reagan administration
issued a statement this week
that appears to endorse posi-
tions on the Middle East
peace process advanced by
Israeli Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres.
The statement, issued by
the White House after Peres
concluded a 30-minute
meeting with President
Reagan, said, "While being
steadfast in his commitment
to Israeli strength and securi-
ty, the foreign minister has a
vision for the future,
recognizes the increasing
danger of the status quo and
understands the negative
consequences of passivity and
delay in the search for a set-
tlement."
The White House con-
trasted this position with
"those leaders who are
negative, consistently reject
new ideas and fail to exploit
realistic opportunities to
bring about negotiations,
making progress impossible.
In the end, they will have to
answer to their own people for
the suffering that will in-
evitably result."
This warning was similar to
one made by Reagan after his
March meeting with Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir.
Neither statement mentioned
Shamir by name, but both ap-
peared to be aimed at the
Likud leader, who has stead-
fastly refused a U.S. proposal
that Israel participate in an
international peace con-
ference as a prelude to direct
negotiations with Israel's
Arab neighbors. Peres sup-
ports this idea.
Peres, the Labor Party
leader, arrived in the United
States last week. In addition
to Washinton, he made stops
in Detroit, Los Angeles, New
York and Chicago. Political
observers speculated that he
is here to muster U.S. support
for his party before the
Knesset elections this
November.
Peres emerged from his
meeting with Reagan ex-
pressing confidence the presi-
dent will pursue the Middle
East peace process during his
summit talks with Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev in
Moscow, which begins May
29.
He said Reagan promised
he would discuss the peace
process, the need for Moscow
to resume diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel and Soviet
Jewry with Gorbachev.
In addition to the White
House meeting, Peres held
more than five hours of talks

Shimon Peres:
`We need Jordanians.'

with Secretary of State
George Shultz during his two-
day visit to Washington.
Shultz is scheduled to
return to the Middle East on
June 3, after the Moscow
summit, to again press his
peace proposals.
Earlier in the week, Peres
said he supports an interna-
tional conference because it is
the only way to bring Jordan
into negotiations with Israel.
"We (Israel) do not need an
international conference, but
we need Jordanians," Peres
told some 2,000 people atten-
ding a banquet at the 29th
annual policy conference of
the American Israel public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
He explained that the
Palestinian problem can be
solved only through a
Jordanian-Palestinian con-
text, adding that most Jorda-
nians are Palestinians and all
Palestinians on the West
Bank are Jordanian citizens.
During the AIPAC event,
two senators warned that
criticism by Jews and others
in the United States may en-
danger Israel.
"Every criticism saps
Israel's energy for dealing
with the dangers she faces,"
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)
said. He said there has been
an erosion of support. for
Israel because of the televi-
sion pictures of Israel's handl-
ing of the uprising on the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
"It is not enough for
American Jews to support
Israel, the rest of our contry
must as well," McConnell
said.
Sen. J. Bennett Johnson (D-
La.) said members of the Con-
gress should keep from press-
ing solutions on Israel since
it is the survival of Israel that
is at stake.
"It is not up to dilettantes
to advise what is the best for-
mula," he said.

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