Tuesday,- October 23, 1973
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destroyed about 240 Egyptian air-
craft, he said.
Enemy losses on the Syrian front+
to date were more than 1,000 tanks
and 212 aircraft he added. He gave;
no indication of Israeli losses.
GAZIT SAID the new lines, now
secured by Israel, were better than
those held by Israel before the
latest war - the fourth between Is-
rael and the Arabs.
We can now pose a very serious
threat to Egypt," he told a ques-
tioner. "We are about 50 miles
from the Egyptian capital, with
no important obstacle like the ca-
nal to stopy us."
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The Israeli general said Israel
yesterday held 1,200 square kilo-
meters (nearly 500 square miles)
on the west bank of the canal,
while the Egyptians hold 500
square kilometers (nearly 200
square miles) in Sinai, east of the
REFERRING to the Syrian
front, he said the Israelis pushed
the enemy out of the Golan Heights
and now held about 600 square
kilometers (nearly 250 square
miles) beyond the 1967 - ceasefire
Asked if Israel had won the war,
Gazit replied: "In my humble opin-
ion, the answer is very much in the
affirmative. Definitely yes."
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer flew here yesterday direct
from Moscow where his talks with
Kremlin leaders were a prelude
to .yesterday's Security Council
HE HAD TWO meetings with
Prime Minister Golda Meir and;
also met other Israeli leaders, in- Analysts here suggest that sev-
cliding Defense Minister Moshe eral points need to be clarified in
Dayan, then left for home by way the U.N. ceasefire resolution, in-
of London. Nothing was disclosed
about the details of his talks. 1
Fighting was reported on boths
the Egyptian and Syrian fronts be-
fore yesterday's ceasefire dead-
line. Sporadic artillery fire was re-1
ported last night from Syrian po-
sitions and an Israeli radio report-
er speaking from command head-
quarters on the Syrian front saidI
there was -no sign of a ceasefire'
A military communique said thatt
the Israeli Army had beaten off a
strong Egyptian attack on its
bridgehead on the west bank of the
Suez Canal, which was last re-
ported to be at least 25 miles in
width and up to 18 miles in depth.
EGYPTIANS were still in place
on the northern and southern sec-
tors of the 100-mile-long waterway,
but both sides were said to be heav-
ily engaged during the day in joc-
keying for positions before the
cluding what is meant by the
phrase "in the positions they noV
occupy" in reference to troop Po-
The resolution calls for the im-
plementation of a 1967 United Na-
tions resolutions which Israel has
said must be on the basis of its
own interpretation that withdrawal
from the occupied territpries is a
matter for negotiation, as part of
the move to ensure secure and
defensible borders for Israel.
THIS HAS BEEN a stumbling
block in the past, since the Arabs
have sought a total withdrawal as
a precondition to talks.
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