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May 22, 1992 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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U.S. Backtracks
On U.N. Resolutions

Washington (JTA) — In a
further attempt to defuse a
political ruckus in Israel, the
State Department has
clarified that a 1948 United
Nations resolution guar-
anteeing a Palestinian
"right of return" is not an
accepted basis for the cur-
rent Middle East peace pro-
cess.
Department spokeswoman
Margaret Tutwiler said that
the only U.N. measures that
have been accepted by all
parties as terms of reference
for the peace talks are
Security Council Resolu-
tions 242 and 338, which call
for the return of land in
exchange for peace.
While Ms. Tutwiler did not
mention Resolution 194 by
name, her statement was
clearly intended to reassure
Israel that the 1948 resolu-
tion on the Palestinian
"right of return" has no offi-
cial standing in the current
round of peace talks.
That position appeared to
backtrack from remarks Ms.
Tutwiler made last week, in
which she said the United
States still supported the
1948 resolution.
Her remarks triggered an
uproar in Israel, as politi-
cians across the political
spectrum denounced what
they perceived to be a U.S.
affirmation of the right of
Palestinians to return to
lands they fled after Israel
gained statehood in 1948.
Despite subsequent
clarifications and
assurances offered by Secre-
tary of State James Baker,
Israeli government officials
continued to speak out
sharply this week against
the American policy stance.
In Jerusalem, Foreign
Minister David Levy said at
last week's Cabinet meeting
that anyone supporting a
Palestinian right of return is
torpedoing the peace pro-
cess.
Police Minister Ronni Milo
urged the government to
submit a formal protest to
Washington.
Still smarting from the
brouhaha, Ms. Tutwiler told
reporters that the State
Department has decided not
to answer additional ques-
tions about the Middle East
peace process until after
Israel's June 23 elections.
"Because this historic ne-
gotiating process is under
way and particularly in the
midst of a heated political
campaign in Israel,
henceforth I will not be re-
sponding to every comment

or question on the peace pro-
cess or on the Arab-Israeli
conflict," she said.
Ms. Tutwiler said that the
State Department imposed a
similar restriction on
statements during an earlier
Israeli election campaign
that took place while she
was spokeswoman.
Jess Hordes, Washington
representative of the Anti-
Defamation League, said
the State Department was
now trying to "back off on
the problems that they cre-

The 1948
resolution on the
Palestinian "right
of return" has no
official standing.

ated for themselves" by sup-
porting Resolution 194.
He called Ms. Tutwiler's
remarks last week "a terri-
ble mistake. It was inap-
propriate from a tactical
point of view and it was in-
appropriate from a substan-
tive point of view," he added.
Ms. Tutwiler's clarifica-
tion came as multilateral
talks on Middle East envi-
ronmental issues opened in
Tokyo. Participating were
37 delegations, including
Israeli and Palestinian
representatives.

Saudi Sheik
Visits Jerusalem

Jerusalem (JTA) — A top-
ranking Islamic religious
leader said to be close to the
Saudi throne visited
Jerusalem this week and
met with President Chaim
Herzog, Mayor Teddy Kollek
and the Ashkenazic chief
rabbi, Avraham Shapiro.
The visitor was identified
as Sheik Ishak Idris
Sakoote, a senior advisor to
the Islamic League, a fund-
raising organization for
Islamic institutions head-
quartered in Mecca, Saudi
Arabia.
Some of the league's
grants have gone to Islamic
institutions in Israel and in
the administered territories.
The sheik reportedly told
President Herzog that he
considered his visit to
Jerusalem as a good omen
and said he hoped it would
contribute to the cause of
peace.
The chief rabbi received
the Islamic dignitary in his
office, saying, "This meeting
may still bring good to the
people of Israel and the en-
tire world."

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