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December 23, 1988 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-23

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I NEWS 1

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espite the U.S. deci-
sion to hold talks
with the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
Israel intends to pursue a
peace process of its own that
will lead to an interim agree-
ment with Palestinian
leaders in the administered
territories and end the year-
old intifada.
Uri Bar Ner, Israel's
counsel general for the
Midwestern U.S., said this
week during a visit to Detroit
that while the PLO is no part-
ner for peace talks, "we are
now starting a peace plan
with an interim agreement
with local Palestinian
leaders."
"The interim agreement
would have been accepted by
them (the local leaders) and if
the U.S. did not agree to talk
with the PLO, it would have
had a better chance," Bar Ner
said. "We will have a concrete
plan for interim self rule to
politically end the intifada
without prejudicing any per-
manent arrangement with a
Palestinian partner, Jordan,
Egypt and Syria. We will still
pursue it. It still can be done."
Bar Ner said while there is
disappointment over the
American decision, "the U.S.
will soon find out that the
PLO is the same PLO and
that it hasn't changed."
"As long as their national
covenant calling for the
destruction of Israel is in
place and as long as the 1974
Palestine National Council
resolution to destroy Israel in
phases is in place and as long
as he (Arafat) advocates con-
tinuing terrorism against
Israel — what he calls the
struggle of liberation — his
recent statements are
useless," Bar Ner said.
"America's Jewish communi-
ty must make sure the U.S.
puts the PLO to the test."
Since the U.S. decision,
some Knesset members have
suggested that Arafat be in-
vited to appear before the
parlimentary body, much the
way Egypt's Anwar Sadat did,
and state explicitly his

Uri Bar Ner: A concrete plan.
recognition of Israel, renun-
ciation of terrorism and his
desire to enter into peace
talks.
"Contrary to Sadat, the
PLO is not a partner because
its reason to exist is the
destruction of Israel," Bar
Ner said. "The difference is
that Egypt's constitution has
no paragraph calling for
Israel's destruction . . . it was
designed for the welfare of the
Egyptian people.
"If Assad said tomorrow he
was willing to talk to us, we
would accept it in a minute
because his reason to exist is
not our destruction, but the
welfare of Syria. When their
(the PLO's) existence is not
for our destruction, then
they'd be at Assad's level. But
it has to be proven by chang-
ing policy and deeds, which
has not been done so far."
If the PLO did eliminate
the portions of its covenant
which Israel finds offensive
and backed up Arafat's words
with deeds, "there will be a
new situation that every
future government in Israel
would have to consider.
"But even then, we would
have a problem with Arafat
and the present PLO leader-
ship because they can't be
trusted," Bar Ner said. "We
have a problem with the PLO
because of its ideals, policy,
deeds and leadership.
"lb us, talking to Arafat
would be like talking to
Hitler after killing the 6
million and us saying we're
sorry," he added.

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