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over Israel in the peace pro-
cess."
Last week, Sen. Levin sent
a letter to Senate Majority
Leader George Mitchell, D-
Maine, urging him not to
delay a congressional vote
on the matter.
"Israel is shouldering
staggering resettlement
costs, and has raised taxes to
try to cope with them," he
wrote. "More must be done,
however, and these loan
guarantees will make that
greater effort possible
without any cost to U.S. tax-
payers.
"Next month's peace con-
ference is the proper forum
for debating what actions
each of the parties to the
search for a lasting peace in
the Middle East should take.
It is not wise to put unwar-
ranted pressure on one of the
parties to adopt specific poli-
cies before direct peace talks
have even begun."
Arab lobbyists believe the
delay on the loan guarantee
vote will be approved. James
Zogby, executive director of
the Washington-based Arab-
American Institute, has met
with congressmen and
representatives. He said
many of those with whom he
spoke agree with the presi-
dent.
"Even a number of sup-
porters of Israel" back the
delay, Mr. Zogby said. "I
have the feeling that if Con-
gress does pass anything, it
will be hollow. They'll let it
pass, but they'll also let the
administration attach a lot
of conditions. I don't think
Israel is going to see the $10
billion."
Mr. Zogby said he found
politicians receptive to his
position, that he did not
have to persuade anyone to
back the vote delay. He be-
lieves this is true for two
reasons.
"First, there's a lot of sup-
port for what James Baker is
doing in the Middle East,"
he said. "Second, I think
there's frustration with
Shamir," whose determina-
tion to settle the ad-
ministered territories is seen
as an impediment to peace.
A few congressmen express-
ed concern that Israel would
not be able to repay the loan,
he added.
Mr. Zogby said support for'
the loan guarantee at this
time would show
"acceptance of Israeli set-
tlement policies," which
both politicians and the U.S.
public oppose.
A recent survey conducted
by the AAI showed "2 to 1
that Americans support
`land for peace' and that 79.4

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