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September 23, 1988 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1988

Arafat Speech Irks Israel;
Peres Says Time To Talk

Strasbourg (JTA) — Israeli
officials said that Palestine
Liberation Organization
leader Yassir Arafat's recent
speech before the Parliament
of Europe left little indication
where the PLO leader stands
on the Middle East peace
process.
Arafat's recent meeting
with French Foreign Minister
and with an Israeli peace ac-
tivist, however, angered the
Israeli government, which
tried to block the meeting.
And also last week, Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres said
he is now prepared to nego-
tiate peace with any Pales-
tinian who renounces ter-
rorism and accepts Israel's
existence.
In the closed meeting with
the 165-member Socialist
delegation, Arafat failed to
say what course the PLO
would follow since King Hus-
sein of Jordan abdicated
responsibility for the Pales-
tinians of the West Bank
nearly two months ago.
At a news conference here
last week, Arafat told
reporters he was ready to
meet with anyone from Israel
at the United Nations to find
a solution to the Arab-Israeli
conflict.
Director General of the
Israeli Prime_ Minister's Of-
fice Yossi Ben-Aharon in Jeru-
salem dismissed Arafat's
speech saying he offered
"nothing new."
The Israeli Foreign Minis-
try is viewing Arafat's
meeting with French Foreign
Minister Roland Dumas as a
diplomat setback and a boost
for the PLO. Dumas is the
first French official to meet
with Arafat on French soil.
In a London radio interview
last week Israeli Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres said
the best option would be to
meet a joint delegation of
Palestinians and Jordanians
when discussing a peace plan.
If that were not possible Peres
said Israel should meet two
separate delegations.
This is a departure from
Peres' longstanding in-
sistence that Palestinian
negotiating partners be part
of a Jordanian delegation.
Peres came to London part-
ly to counter Arafat's latest
diplomatic offensive and to
fire some shots of his own in
the Israeli election campaign.
Urging talks with non-
violent Palestinians over the
future of the West Bank and
Gaza Strip, Peres declared
there is no alternative but to
talk and negotiate.
Arafat's recent meeting in

Shimon Peres:
Changed his demands.

Tunis with Abie Nathan
resulted in a police summons
for the 61-year-old activist
when he arrived at the Tel
Aviv airport last week.
Nathan was required to ap-
pear at the Petach Tikva
police station the following
day.
Nathan violated Israel's
recently amended anti-
terrorism law which forbids

This is a departure
from Peres'
longstanding
insistence that
Palestinian
negotiating
partners be part of
a Jordanian
delegation.

any contact with the PLO.
Nathan told reporters that he
knows he faces a prison term,
but would consider it worth-
while if his meetings with
Arafat advanced the cause of
peace.
Director General Ben-
Aharon dismissed the peace
activist as a "well-meaning
amateur" whose actions
would not bring peace any
closer and said that Nathan
should be punished for break-
ing the law.
Nathan said he gave the
PLO leader a list of five
Israeli soldiers reportedly
held captive by Palestinian
guerrillas, which Nathan said
he obtained from the Israel
Defense Force before flying to
Tunis. According to Nathan,
Arafat took the list and said
he would look into the matter.

F-J

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