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Moshe Dayan

  • Dayan Says the Palestinians Will Sooner or Later Join the Peace Talks

    Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan said he believes that sooner or later the Palestinians will join the negotiations now going on between Israel, Egypt and the United States. Speaking to some 200 members of a United Jewish Appeal mission from New York at his home in Zahalan, Dayan said that his talks with supporters of the… More ▸

  • Special to the JTA Dayan, Ghali Express Sharply Divergent Views on Camp David Accords, Mideast Peace

    Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan of Israel and Egypt’s Foreign Minister Butros Ghali explained their countries’ respective views and interpretations of the Camp David agreements and the ongoing peace process in the Middle East to the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe at its opening session here today. For two nations obviously committed to peace… More ▸

  • Special to the JTA Dayan, Ghali to Address the Council of Europe

    Israeli and Egyptian Foreign Ministers, Moshe Dayan and Butros Ghali, flew into this European capital together to address the Council of Europe, a parliamentary assembly consisting of representatives of 21 West European countries. The two men will explain tomorrow their views on peace in the Middle East, the implementation of the Camp David agreements and… More ▸

  • Dayan, Ghali at European Parliament

    Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan of Israel and Foreign Minister Butros Chali of Egypt will jointly address the General Assembly of the Council of Europe here Oct. 10 to offer their respective interpretations of the Camp David agreements and present their national visions of the future of the Middle East. It will be the first time… More ▸

  • Knesset Unit Rejects Accord on Israel’s Sinai Withdrawal Worked out in Washington by Dayan, Weizman

    The Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Security Committee unanimously rejected the agreement worked out in Washington a week ago for monitoring Israel’s withdrawal from Sinai and decided today to raise the matter with Premier Menachem Begin for clarification and possible changes. The volatile reaction followed a briefing by Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan who along with Defense… More ▸

  • Dayan Praises Carter for His Work to Help Achieve Mideast Peace

    Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan of Israel warmly praised President Carter and his Administration last night, declaring that there never was an American President who worked as hard as Carter for peace in the Middle East. “We never had a President, a government, that tried so hard,” to help reach a solution between Israel and the… More ▸

  • Dayan, Young Revive Old Friendship

    Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan of Israel and Andrew Young, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, met for a half hour here today to discuss the events of recent weeks. Following the meeting, Young told reporters that they had “revived” their old friendship. The meeting, in Dayan’s suite at the Regency Hotel, was arranged… More ▸

  • U.s., Dayan Differ on Israel’s Decision to Allow Land Purchases

    The Carter Administration apparently backtracked today on a position President Carter and his principal aides took at the Camp David meetings last year with reference to Jews as individuals buying land on the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan said yesterday that at Camp David the Americans raised objections to Jewish… More ▸