WASHINGTON (Mar. 3)
Israel circles here sharply disagreed today with the view taken by the State Department that the Turkish-Iraqi treaty is a development favorable to the Jewish State. They also rejected the State Department’s contention that this treaty was breaking up the Arab League.
Israelis point to Article V of the Turkish-Iraqi pact which makes Arab League membership a precondition for eligibility in the pact. Thus, it is felt, the pact actually gave the League status, prestige, and strength. At best, the pact is seen by Israel as containing lop