Yigal Allon

  • Allon to Address UN October 7

    Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Allon, who arrived here last night to attend the United Nations General Assembly which opened today, is scheduled to deliver Israel’s major policy address at the Assembly Oct. 7. During his three-week visit, Allon will meet with American officials and diplomats from other countries to discuss the Mideast and Israel’s relations… More ▸

  • Political Controversy Brewing over Allon Article in American Magazine

    A new political storm seemed in the making today over publication of an article by Foreign Minister Yigal Allon in the American quarterly, Foreign Affairs, in which Allon presented detailed proposals for Israel’s future borders with its Arab neighbors. The appearance of the article on the eve of the opening of the 31st United Nations… More ▸

  • No Cabinet Clash on Allon Article

    The Cabinet today avoided an expected clash over Foreign Minister Yigal Allon’s proposals for territorial compromises published in the current edition of Foreign Affairs quarterly. Most observers had anticipated that the controversy generated by the article over the weekend would erupt at today’s Cabinet session. Premier Yitzhak Rabin’s aides had let it be known that… More ▸

  • Allon Denounces Koenig Report

    Foreign Minister Yigal Allon strongly denounced the Koenig report advocating harsh measures against Israeli Arabs who do not cooperate with the authorities. “This is a miserable document. There is absolutely no connection whatever between its contents and the actual policy of the government,” Allon told newsmen yesterday. He was referring to a secret document coauthored… More ▸

  • Allon Predicts Renewed Efforts for Mideast Negotiations in Early 1977

    Foreign Minister Yigal Allon predicted renewed efforts at reestablishing a Mideast negotiating momentum in the early part of 1977, once the American elections and Presidential inauguration had been completed. Speaking to reporters in Jerusalem, he said Israel had been ready to continue the diplomatic process during the current year, but events in Lebanon and the… More ▸