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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 23, 1913

Peace policy
threatens to
ti ea V O
destroy unity
(Continued from Page 1)
ta war."c
AN IRAQI - PALESTINIAN alli1
ance against the cease fire and its
supporters poses problems for
Syria, a neighbor of Iraq with a
Baath party of its own, and Leb-
anon, the main base for Pales-t
tinian guerrillas.
The Baath parties of Syria and
Iraq have been involved in a
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(Continued from Page 1) IN THIS connection, Cairo obser- for' giving all-out military aid to
when things can go wrong,'" said vers said, yesterday's visit to Is- Israel, the Russians- have won
one Egyptian. But the over-all rael by Secretary of State Henry themselves new friends.
feeling was one of relief. Kissinger was vital.

ALTHOUGH Cairo had not beenI
attacked, there had been a number'
of - air raids warnings and bombs
had fallen less than 40 miles
away.
The Egyptian announcement re-
vealed that Sadat had received
last-minute assurances to guaran-
tee a proper ceasefire:
If the ceasefire held up, it would
mean the end of some of the blood-
iest fighting in modern warfare.

The Russians doubtless wouldE
have impressed on Kissingerwdur-
ing his talks in Moscow that a full
pullback by Israel was the key fac-
tor for a proper peaceful settle-
ment.

EVEN THE FORMER Anti-So-
viet governments of Saudi Arabia
and Libya will probably moderate
their criticism of Moscow in the'
wake of the Soviet air-lift of arms
to Egypt and Syria.

There had been persistent rum- As the peace talks went on yes-
ors in Cairo that Soviet Prime terday the Egyptians reported
Minister Alexei Kosygin, who held "ferocious and violent" fighting
four days of talks with Sadat here continuing on the western and
last week, had returned for more eastern bank of the canal'
discussions in the Egyptian capi- In a communique issued about
tal. But there reports could not be two-and-a-half hours after the an-
confirmed. nounced acceptance of the cease-

In his announcement yesterday,
agreeing to a ceasefire, Sadat said
there were four important things
which had influenced his decision:
.1. The peace plan outlined in his
speech before the Peoples Assem-
bly on Oct. 16 which considered the
full Israeli withdrawal as the basis
for any political action.
2. The five working sessions of
talks that were held with Soviet
Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin in
Cairo between Oct. 16 and 19.
3. Assurances Sadat received
from Soviet Leader Leonid Brezh-
nev in a special message delivered
in Cairo early yesterday.
4. Contacts that Egypt held with
a number of Arab capitals directly!
involved in the' battle.
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year's-long power struggle for po- THE BIGGEST tank b a t t 1 e sire, the Egyptians said they had
'litical support in the rest of the:;sice BIGGEST IIhab eea n 1j
Arab world. Their dispute, held since World War II had been DIPLOMATIC SOURCES h e r e shown down 12 Israeli planes and
abeyance during the Arab-Israeli fought in the Sinai desert over the were already adding up the size damaged two helicopters.
war, shows every indication of be- past six days with both sides of what they -saw as a Soviet diplo-
ing aggravated by peace. claiming they had inflicted heavy matic victory in the Middle East IN NAVAL BATTLES Sunday
casualties in armor and men. War. night and yesterday, five Israeli
Lebanon, an unwilling host to the The vital question being asked Navy units were sunk, the com-
Palestinian guerrilla movement, in Cairo was: would the Israelis' The Russians, who had not been munique said.
has carefully assured Israel of its follow U.N. Security Council reso- popular in Egypt since Sadat oust- The communique said "today's
noncombatant status in this and lution 242 - passed in November, ed the Soviet militaryapresence losses surpassed all the losses y
prior wars.' However, guerrilla 1967, after the Six-day War - Jualesalrgprtoi-n
ids aginst Is m bas n and pull right back to the re-1967 iuly last year, were suddenly back Iain an e day since the
radsaaistIralfrm aesongp nfavor in Cairo. fighting erupted 17 days ago."
Lebanese soil pose a constant lines? Yesterday, the Egyptian Air
threat of Israeli reprisal. If they did, there should be no While the United States has had Force was reported still bombing
problems. But if the Israelis insist- an Arab oil embargo slapped on it Israeli positions.I
THE GUERRILLAS' latest vow ed, as they had done in the past, -_--
to "continue the armed struggle that the resolution did not mean r
against the Zionist entity" could this, but rather a pullback to "se-
cure and recognized' borders,t
suck Lebanon into a dangerous then Egypt would find this unac-
confrontation, either with Israel or ceptable and the fighting could
its Palestinian community. flare again.
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