The World: Where Israel Draws the Line

NO Israeli government could hand back all the Arab territory captured in 1967 and expect to survive. In a decision reached last week, the Cabinet agreed that Israel should return sizable pieces of territory but at the same time should demand major border rectifications from the Arabs. Maps indicating proposed future borders are now being drawn up by a top-level committee, TIME learned last week, and highly placed sources conjecture that the absolute maximum Israeli withdrawal, as far as Premier Golda Meir's government is concerned, is the following:

SINAI: To the line from El Arish near the Mediterranean to Sharm el Sheikh...

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