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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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No one is taking bets any
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participation in talks.
Shevardnadze: International
support for solution to Mideast
problem.

Moshe Maoz, a Syrian
specialist at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem: "It
is a diplomatic campaign," he
said, "but I have the impres-
sion that they mean it. They
are talking now about Jews as
a nation-with rights to a state
here, not just a religion."
While Foreign Minister
Arens was telling his Soviet
counterpart last week that he
was as determined as ever not
to talk to the PLO, Prime
Minister Shamir was deliver-
ing the same message to
President Francois Mitter-
rand in Paris.
For all that, though, almost
half of the 39 Labor
parliamentarians are
estimated to have concluded
that the PLO has genuinely
changed and that it is time
for Israel to put the rhetoric
to the test.
Micha Harish, the party's
newly elected secretary-
general, is now reported to be
planning to re-open the
debate with an eye to chang-
ing the party platform, which
currently favors a degree of
territorial compromise — but
no negotiations with the PLO
— in exchange for peace.

Said former Labor Foreign
Minister Abba Eban, who
was unceremoniously
dumped by his party before
last November's deadlocked
election: "The whole objective
of our policy was to get the
PLO to change. Now they
really are changing. The
evidence is too cumulative to
dismiss. Can we learn to take
`yes' for an answer?"
It is understood that the
Labor leaders in Israel's na-
tional unity coalition have
declared an informal two-
month truce while the Likud
puts together its own peace
proposals. "After that," warn-
ed one Labor Party source at

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel
and the Soviet Union are 'in
the process of building a foun-
dation of understanding,"
Israeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Arens said in Cairo
after a meeting for more than
three hours with his Soviet
counterpart, Eduard
Shevardnadze.
Both
diplomats
acknowledged that their
discussion at the Soviet am-
bassador's residence did not
resolve the wide substantive
differences between their
respective countries over the
Middle East peace process.
They stressed to reporters,
however, that theirs is an
evolving dialogue, and they
pledged to continue it on the
ministerial level and the level
of experts.
Both ministers gave the im-
pression that such contacts
could be expected soon. But it
was not immediately clear
when and where Israeli and
Soviet experts would meet
and what their mandate
might be.
Arens and Shevardnadze
chose not to dwell on their dif-
ferences, but conveyed the
sense that their talk was con-
ducted in an atmosphere that
was both businesslike and
warm.
Arens reiterated Israel's de-
mand for direct talks with the
Arabs. He cited as an exam-
ple to be followed the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treaty. The
10th anniversary of its sign-
ing in Washington will be
observed on March 26.

Maccabiah May
Include Soviets

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Jewish
sportsmen and women from
the Soviet Union may be
allowed to participate in the
13th Maccabiah Games this
summer, the first time Soviet
Jews would take part in the
quadrennial Jewish
Olympics.
The
international
organizers e •he quadrennial
games, now meeting at Kfar
Maccabiah it Ramat Gan, are
hoping that the Soviet
authorities _ al not bar their
attendance in light of

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