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March 24, 1989 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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Washington, a source of credit
and diplomatic clout, peace
with Israel was essential.
"As long as Egypt remains
dependent on these factors —
and as long as these factors
remain its top priorities — the
peace treaty will hold. There
is no reason for the Egyptians
to rescind the treaty. They are
quite content for it to remain
a superficial, technical peace.
It is we Israelis who yearn for
normalization."
Vatikiotis said he believes
that while Egypt was formal-
ly expelled from the. Arab
League after signing the
peace treaty, it has effective-
ly remained the focal point of
the Arab world.
"It is now the only real
moderating influence in the
Arab world, and it is continu-
ing its policy of building an
Arab peace coalition, drawing
in Jordan, some other Arab
states and some of the
Palestinians.
"The process might even-
tually become so attractive
that it will draw in the
Syrians — there are already
signs of a rapprochement bet-
ween Syria and Egypt.
"So while there are some
unpredictable jokers in the
pack, I am inclined to believe
that the momentum within
the Arab world be toward
peace rather than war."
Dr. Israeli agrees that it is
in Egypt's interests to
broaden the peace process in
order to remove the stigma of
being the only Arab state to
have struck a deal with
Israel. He has, however, far
lower expectations about the
nature of future peace
treaties than he had ten years
ago.
"If the pattern of the future
follows the pattern of the
past, the concessions will all
be expected to come from
Israel," Dr. Israeli said. "In
the course of monitoring the
Arab media and reading Arab
literature, I am convinced
that peace for the Arabs
means Israeli territorial con-
cessions. Period."
At the same time, however,
Dr. Israeli is quick to point
out that the moderate regime
in Cairo is not an immutable
fact of life.
"President Mubarak cer-
tainly keeps both eyes on his
opposition, but I do not en-
visage his overthrow," says Dr.
Israeli. "Then again, who
could have imagined that the
Shah of Iran would fall just
six months before Ayatollah
Khomeini took over.
"If that were to happen in
Egypt," he adds, "one of the
first acts of the new regime
would certainly be to tear up
the peace treaty with
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