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January 26, 1990 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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U.S., Israel Draw
Palestinian List

Jerusalem (JPFS)— Israel
and the U.S. are quietly
working on the list of
Palestinian delegates to an
Israeli-Palestinian dialogue
at the same time Israel is re-
questing assurances from
the U.S. on barring PLO
participation in such talks
and on fixing other
guidelines, officials in the
Prime Minister's Office con-
firmed last week.
Until now, the Foreign
Ministry has contended that
talks concerning the list will
start only when the discus-
sions over the assurances
have been completed. But it
now appears that a more
flexible negotiating ap-
proach might be taking
place.
Israel Television reported
that U.S. Secretary of State
James Baker will convene
his advisers within the next
few days to finalize the prin-
ciples that will define the
composition of the Palesti-
nian delegation.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir confirmed to cabinet
members that informal
U.S.-negotiations are conti-
nuing by telephone. Sources
say Shamir told colleagues
that Cabinet Secretary
Elyakim Rubinstein inform-
ed U.S. Assistant Secretary
of State for Policy Planning
Dennis Ross over the phone

last week about the draft
Israeli response.
U.S. officials wanted an
Israeli response before
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin met with Baker .
Shamir insisted, however,
that the U.S. knows that the
final version of the Israeli
response will be approved
only after the inner cabinet
meeting later this week. In a
secret memo to Shamir last
month, Rubinstein wrote
that the U.S. would in all
likelihood not agree to all
the assurances that Israel is
requesting.
Rabin briefed the cabinet
about his recent trip to the
U.S. and said he was hopeful
that agreement could be
reached with the U.S. He
said he did not believe that
the U.S. would withhold for-
eign aid as a form of
pressure.
Rabin, however, did not
rule out the possibility that
the $1.2 billion in economic
assistance could be jeopar-
dized in future as a result of
budgetary pressures in the
U.S. He expressed con-
fidence that the $1.8 billion
in military assistance would
remain untouched.
The defense minister also
relayed the deep concern of
top U.S. officials over the
press leaks in Israel about
the peace process.

Nazi-Hunter Klarsfeld
Expelled From Syria

New York (JTA) — Syrian
authorities forced Nazi-
hunter Serge Klarsfeld to
leave their country where he
had been trying to focus at-
tention on the case of Nazi
war criminal Alois Brunner,
the World Jewish Congress
reported.
Syrian police came to
Klarsfeld's hotel room last
week and escorted him to the
airport, where they put him
on a plane for Vienna, his
wife, Beate, said in a tele-
phone conversation from
Paris with Elan Steinberg,
executive director of the
WJC.
Klarsfeld arrived home in
Paris . He was not physically
harmed, his wife reported.
Serge Klarsfeld had been
in Damascus since Jan. 9,
having obtained a business
visa to Syria as president of
the Sons and Daughters of
Deported Jews of France.
He had unsuccessfully at-

tempted to rent a hall in
Damascus, with the inten-
tion of holding a hearing on
Brunner, who is believed to
have lived in the country for
more than 30 years.
Beate Klarsfeld said her
husband had obtained help
in arranging a hearing from
the Syrian Bar Association.
She believes the associa-
tion's intervention prompted
her husband's expulsion
from the country.
Serge Klarsfeld was refus-
ed entry to the presidential
palace, his wife reported.
She told Steinberg that her
husband was supposed to
have been received by repre-
sentatives of the French
Embassy in Syria. But the
French diplomats were
prevented from reaching
him by Syrian authorities,
who also disconnected tele-
phone service to his room,
where he was confined.
Beate Klarsfeld said her

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