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Paoo 2, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, January 25, 1980 Editor's Desk ..... ly Gene Stern, |deter & Publisher A Mew Orchestration For the Middle East President Carter's administration is orchestrat- ing a new Middle East policy, a "doctrine" desigried to keep the U.S. and her allies well oiled and a threat to the Soviet Union, but it will leave Israel playing second fiddle. The notes have already been put down on paper. Only the lyrics-- the words--have yet to be published. We have it on very good authority that this new American policy is in the works, that Carter's foreign policy aides are this very minute framing the doctrine that will establish Egypt as the anchor in the west and Pakistan in the east, with Israel sidelined because of Arab sensitivity over any important role for the Jewish state. In effect, the doctrine will warn that any Soviet penetration into the area will be met with a United Arab force backed by U.S. military might. There will be U.S. pledges of support and visitations by American warships and aircraft to various .countries as visible proof of preparedness. The cost of this undertaking is going to be enormous in terms of U.S. aid and arms to Arab nations. Pakistan, for example, has already made it clear that it will settle only for long-term aid for its military cooperation. The U.S. will try to get oil- rich Arab nations to help pay part of the cost. Egypt's pivotal role--and the downgrading of Israel as a strategic asset--is becoming ever dearer. Just last week, for example, the Egyptians rejected Israel's detailed autonomy "model" for the West Bank and Gaze. That, in itself, was not unusual, but the tone of their response was unex- pectedly sharp as the Egyptian delegation called it a "step backward." After asking Dr. Abdul Maguib, Egypt's UN ambassador, about prospects for agreement by the May deadlines, my personal feelings were that Egypt will be extremely tough regarding the future of the peace talks. Indeed, Egypt will be pictured as the "region's most reliable ally of the U.S." by Carter aides and her past association with the Soviet Union will be completely ignored. Israel's offer of assistance to the U.S. and American military forces in case of need, has met with a cool reception in Washington. The wooing of the Arab states by President Carter's administration has already begun. The Egyptian vice president met this week with Carter Sec'y. of State Vance, Defense Sec'y. Brown and Pentagon experts, in relation to the doctrine. Later this month, U.S. special ambas- sador Sol Linowitz will also visit Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Morocco in conjunction with the new doctrine, on his way to try to resolve the Egyptian/Israeli deadlock. Jordan's King Hussein was in Saudi Arabia a week ago to begin talks with five Arab states on implications of the Iranian upheaval and the Soviet's entry into Afghanistan. His tour came just prior to a meeting in Islambad of Moslem foreign ministers called by Pakistan. Washington strategists are seeking an accommodation with the "moderate" Arab states, and this accommodation can only be reached-- they reason--if Israel is confined to a minor role in the doctrine's overall planning. But Washington is unlikely to neglect Israel altogether. Israel's intelligence and craftsmanship are still considered the| Middle East. How to get the .Arabs into harmony is the problem. The administration tends to look being the sour note instead of Arab nations who can't carry the tune. 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