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Page 2. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, July 11, 1980 Jews to Protest EEC ,o00ky ,o=d Middle East Stand Autonomy R "s4 Economic Community's declaration on the Middle East issued by Arno He=berg has shown so far. in Venice last month, the Jewish Community Relations Council (Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.) dangers to Israel in of New York announced last week that it was coordinating a scmies of meetings with all of the diplomatic representatives of The road to peace has plan and in Sadat's the FFC countries in New York City. become rocky and full of If Begin would Geoe Klein, chairman of the JCRC's Commission on hurdles, its path beset with having his Inlemational Concerns, explained that each EEC Consul General would be visited bya delegation composed of members o[ the various constituent agencies of the JCRC. Pion-,Jewish New Yorkers will be joining the delegates in oidng strong concei'n over the recent initiatives and overtures toiard the Palestine Liberation Organization that have been undertaken by many of the European countries. "Calling for the PLO to be associated with all future peace negotiations," Klein said, "was particularly inappropriate at this time when (Yasir) Ara[at's [] Fatah has just recommit'ted itself to 'the complete liberation of Palestine, the liquidation of the Zionist entity'." LOOK MALE AGE 40 $100,000 of LIFE INSURANCE COSTS LESS THAN s30 A MONTH Call for Quotes Today/ Paul S. Gaiptman LONGWOOD INSURANCE SERVICES .EPRESENT,NG MAJOR ,NSURANCE C0MPAN,ES Call 834-4662 24 HR. 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WASHINGTON, (JTA)- "We are being faced Secretary of State Edmund Muskie said that the U.S. constantly with these resolutions in the United abstention on the Security Nations whose effect is -- Council resolution of June 30 whether intentional or not -- condemning Israel for its to undermine the negotiations activities in Jerusalem was "a now going on -- the Camp positive, not a negative act." David process. He said he wished "there was another way" of Muskie contended that"the contending with UN resolu- only way" to keep the Camp tions that "undermine" the David process going "is by Camp David process, abstention" on such resolutions. "We ought not be Muskiemadehisremarksto diverted," he said. When a reporters after a long reporter asked whether the conference at the White Knesset Leqal Committee's House late Monday following approval last week of a motion the Security Council vote and affirrning Jerusalem as Israel's against the background of capital was a"unilateral act" of angry protests from American the kind to which he referred, Jewish leaders and others who he replied, "1 have indicated all felt the U.S. should have unilateral actions and Idon't vetoed the resolution, exclude any having that The Secretary of State effect." equated the series of seven The JTA asked the anti-lsrael actions by the Secretary, "Why is it so Secudty Council over the past impossible for the U.S. to be four months with "unilateral able to say to the world, 'we acts by the parties them- defend democracy; Israel is a selves." While he did not democracy, theonlyoneinthe mention Israel, the reference Middle East and Jerusalem is seemed to applyto Israel since its capital, and we recognize the U.S. has not at any time that?'" Muskie replied, "We've blamed F__gypt- for "unilateral said it many times, rye said it acts." many times. This Administra- Muskie told reporters that tion has said it many times. the ,jerusalem issue "was The question assumes a discussed very thoroughly condition that doesn't exist." ADL Helps to Ensure Time Off for Holidays New York, NY -- The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith is contacting major employers throughout the country to help ensure that ,jewish employees are given time off if they want to observe the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur holidays. According to Seymour D. Reich, chairman of ADL's national (Civil Rights Committee, the agency's regional offices will remind employers in theirareas that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires them to reasonably accommodate an employee' s religious observance or practice so long as it presents no undue hardship. "We are trying to contact employers as early as possible," Reich said, "so they will have sufficient time to make appropriate work accommodations and scheduling arrangements." This year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown, Wed., Sept. 10, and Yom Kippur at sundown, Fri., Sept. 19. Alan Drucker is pleased to announce his association with SUN TRAVEL AGENCY (305) 831-6650 945 ALTAMONTE DRIVE (Hwy. 436) ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA uncertainties and its direction adopted, rather doubtful, a binational entity and character as a Jewish The euphoria that greeted Sadat would the signing of the peace treaty foundation of a between Egypt and Israel is state would be gone. The tough questions would menace both which the Camp David Jordan. accords left unsolved are still Peres would in part of an unfinished agenda, negotiations on In the eyes of the world it is Israel that is unwilling to compromise based contribute to their solutions. Security Council 242. It would be It is not the first time that Israel has been cast in such policy, an unfavorable light. Superb some permanent. As propaganda moves on the step, the Gaza Strip receive autonomy. part of Egyptian President people would Anwar SadaL the oil situation own affairs without ar and the peace-at-any-price military government. movement in Europe have more of a chance thati combined to put Israel on the leadership would defensive and in danger of Most of all, there are I having to agree to solutions pressing strategi( that are contrary to the basic emotional problems security requirements of a make the'West Bank country that is sandwiched controversial issue. between "the devil and the There is no deep blue sea." regarding land The autonomy for the West must import water Bank and Gaza Strip, now which automatica/ly being negotiated between Israel leverac Israel and Egypt is dependent in the West Bank. on the solution of five If the autonomy problems: the Gaza Strip is How shall the authority might encourag  which will administer the" Palestinians and West Bank and Gaza Strip come to terms be composed? Egypt wants West Bank, which, a kind of parliament consist- thinks, should be ing of 100 members, ]5 linked to Jordan. ministers and an independ- Hot only the ent judiciary. Israel wants a policy of the Labor body of I0 or 15 members different from the who shall have purely the Begin g administrative functions in shall come after connection with local interim period is problems, but no legislative differently by Peres powers. Begin thinks after Egypt wants the Arabs in full Israel soverei East Jerusalem to vote in Judaea and Samaria the election for an Authority. established. Peres Israel refuses to negotiate think this would be a this point at all. solution. The Egypt wants the end of would military administration in nationalism by the territories as soon as the West Bank with Authority has been elected, considers it im Israel wants a transition digest the Arab ,Jesh State. period of five years. Egypt wants an end to There is only new settlements in the where Beginand territories and the dismant- They would deny ling of the existing ones. governing authority The most Egypt will to aspire to concede is a moratorium conduct foreign and: on new settlements for five affairs or to dismande settlements. years. There is a wide gulf to Both Begin and bridge regarding the to enlist the help security arrangements to be Hussein of Jordan to made during the five-year problems of the period of autonomy. Egypt But the King does wants to give security their way. He guarantees to the Palestin- past and has declined! ians and to Israel but they again to be a are vague and uncertain, negotiations. Sure, The history of the last 20 can change his years has shown how much The violent guarantees are worth in the Middle East, the Middle East. pressures the entire Unsolved, too, is the subjected to, the question where to locate between Iran and Israeli security forces, how of the Palestine many to deploy and how to Organization, the arrange for law and order in Carter's unsuccessful' the territories. -- everything is fluid, ! In all these questions, is stable or definite Washington has, in effect, Middle East. Any sided with Sadat and has tried create a to put Premier Menachem an atmosphere Begin under pressure and to on the auton undermine his position, and Samaria carry President Carter went so far as an added risk. to extend an invitation to clear to Israel and Shimon Peres, the leader of In an unstable the Labor Party, to visit him in climate we have Washington. Peres had just Hear East, a published an article in autonomy is "Foreign Affairs" which shows benefit to anybody. a more conciliatory attitude is still the nagging toward the unsolved questions Why is Sadat of the peace treaty than Begin to please his fellow