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April 16, 1993 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-16

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would be interpreted as an
indirect Israeli recognition
of Palestinian rights in
Jerusalem.
Mr. Husseini, considered
by many to be the senior Pa-
lestinian leader inside Israel
and the territories, has been
serving as an unofficial ad-
/ viser to the delegation. And
Secretary of State Warren
Christopher has met with
him in both Jerusalem and
Washington.
Israeli officials have refus-

ed to comment publicly on

whether they would agree to
Mr. Husseini's inclusion.
But in New York, Henry
Siegman, executive vice
president of the American
- Jewish Congress, said Mr.

Husseini would bring more
'
credibility to the Palestinian
delegation.
He observed that it would
be in Israel's interest to have
"as credible a Palestinian
/, delegation as possible," ad-
ding that it is "not in their
interest to have a weak Pa-
lestinian delegation."
Sources here say there are
indications that Israel and
the United States reached a
prior agreement on the issue
of Husseini's formal par-
-,, ticipation and that under
I certain circumstances, Israel
would not oppose the move.
Richard Boucher, the State
Department spokesman, told
reporters that "the Israeli
government has indicated to
_ us its readiness
to be resp
.
sive
on-
i in important
ways to
Palestinians' concerns if the
Palestinians make the deci-
sion to return to the negotia-
ting table."
As Robert Satloff, acting
director of the Washington
Institute for Near East
Policy pointed out, however,
any new concessions agreed
to by Israel before a Pales-
tinian agreement to return
to the talks would be "view-
ed as payments to get them
back to the talks."
Meanwhile, Mr. Mubarak
plans to hold a summit
meeting with Mr. Rabin in
Sinai, in an effort to find a
formula to enable the Pales-
tinians to return to the
talks.
Israeli policy-makers ex-
pected Mubarak not to de-
mand further Israeli conces-
sions on the deportation
issue, particularly after Mr.
Clinton's remarks at the
news conference.
Egypt, the only Arab coun-
try at peace with Israel, has
played an important diplo-
matic role in recent weeks.
Like Mr. Rabin, who
visited Washington last
month, Mr. Mubarak was
given a high-profile welcome
at the White House,. in-

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