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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 11, 1979-Page 9
BEGIN GREETED WARML YIN EGYPT
Begin, Sadat discuss Palestinian self-rule

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt
Israeli Prime Minister1
Begin waded into a che
jostling crowd of Egyptians
then held a first round of
President Anwar Sadat on
autonomy.
Begin and Sadat embr
meeting at the president
residence and chatted ami
the spontaneous demons
thousands of afternoon sho
had mobbed Begin in
Alexandria.
"I saw the results of pea
Begin told Sadat as theys
garden chairs. "It was like
were in Beersheba," he sai
to the Israelis who lined th
cheer Sadat at their lasti
May.
AFTER SITTING br
photographers, the two men
inside Sadat's "Mamoura" s
house for less than an hour's
then adjourned for an offit
and were to resume talks tod
Earlier, after an emotio
the Prophet Elijah Syngo
ordered his motorcade to st
prised his nervous body
crossing the narrow stree
hands with the crowd that ha
opposite the synagogue.
The 66-year-old Begin w
and jostled by blue-helmete
riot police and by Israeli sec
ts who surrounded him.I
beamed with pleasure as h
hands for a few secondsI
guards cleared a path ba
limousine.
BEGIN RECEIVED a j
arrival to the synagogu
security car hit the official
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(AP) -
Menachem
ering and
yesterday,
talks with
Palestinian
aced upon
s summer
ably about
tration by
ppers who
downtown
ice today,"
settled into
when you
d, referring
e streets to
meeting in
'iefly for
went alone

from behind. Both cars were slightly
damaged, but. the prime minister was
unhurt.
Neither Israeli nor Egyptian officials
expected dramatic results from the two
scheduled meetings of the leaders, but
indicated the summit was to demon-
strate slow but steady progress in
peace negotiations and in the nor-
malization of relations.
It was Begin's third trip to Egypt sin-

ce he and Sadat signed a peace treaty in U.S. mediator Robert Strauss per-
Washington March 26, and Israeli of- suaded the negotiators to put aside
ficials said they expected another polemics on the major issues that
meeting to be set before Begin leaves deadlocked the first three rounds of
for home tomorrow. autonomy talks and focus on the
THE SUMMIT follows last week's mechanics of autonomy.
procedural breakthrough in the Egyp- Shortly before the meeting was to
tian-Israeli negotiations to bring home- begin, the state-run Egyptian radio said
rule to the 1.1 million Palestinians on there would be "no peace in the Middle
the Occupied West Bank of the Jordan East if Israel continues to ignore
River and the Gaza Strip. Palestinian rights to self-

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