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1973-12-04 Central Intelligence Bulletin: Arab States-Israel

1973-12-04 Central Intelligence Bulletin: Arab States-Israel

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ApprovedFor
Release
2004/07/08:
CIA-RDP79T00975A025700
10001-4
ARAB
STATES
-
ISRAEL: Israeland
Egypt appear
to
be
edgingtowardanagreement
to
resume
disengage-
ment
talks
at
Kilometer
101.
An
Egyptian
Government
spokesman
yesterday
said
that
indirect
diplomatic
contactsbetweenEgypt
and
Israel
are
under
way
and
results
can
be
expected"perhaps
in
the
immediate
future."
Cairo
still
in-
sists,
however,
that
before
it
will
agree
to
resume
the talks
Tel
Aviv
must indicatea
willingness
to
change
its
"intransigent"bargainingposition
on
troop
pullbacks.
Lowerlevelcontacts
between
Is-
raeli
and
Egyptianmilitary
commanders,
meanwhile,
are
continuing.
Local
commanders
along
the
front
are
keeping
in
touch
and
meetingshavebeenheldat.Kilometer
101 to
discussmatters
such
as
thetrans-fer
of supplies
toSuezcity.
For
thesecond
consecutive
day,
relativelyheavy
exchanges
of
fire
erupted
on the
Syrian
front.The
Syrians
apparently
again
firedon Israeli construc-tion activity
near
the
cease-fire
lines
with
small
arms,
anti-tank,
and artillery.
Damascus
claims
to
have
destroyed
one
bulldozer
and
a
half-track
and
killed
or
wounded
15
Israelis
at
a
cost
of
oneSyrian
killed
andfour
wounded.
The
Israelis
admitted
to
four
wounded.
k
Tel
Aviv
plans
to
present reports
to
the Inter-
national
Red
Cross
and
other
internationalorganiza-
tionschargingEgypt
with
torturing
Israeli
prisoners
of
war,
according
to
an Israeliradiobroadcast.The
broadcast
claimed officials
debriefing
the
POWs
learned
of
torture
and even
murder
by
the
Egyptians.
In
an
initial
response,
an
Egyptian
Embassy
spokes-
man
in
Londondenied
the
Israeli
allegations
and
countered with
charges
of
Israeli
mistreatment
of
Egyptian
POWs.
Some
influential
Israelis,
meanwhile,
may
be
arguing
for
a
moreflexibleIsraeli positionconcern-
ing
a
possible
US securityguarantee
forIsrael
as
part
of
a
Middle
East peacepackage.
In
a
newspaperarticleon
2
December,
an
Israelijournalist,who
4
Dec
73
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Intelligence
Bulletin
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