ISRAEL: Rabin: 'Any Time, Any Place'

"Sadat can make peace with TIME if he wants to," said Israeli Premier Yitzhak Rabin, glancing at a copy of the magazine's interview with the Egyptian President (TIME, Nov. 29). "But if he wants peace in the Middle East, he must do it with us." In a conversation last week with Jerusalem Bureau Chief Donald Neff and Correspondent David Halevy, Rabin said that he is ready to negotiate "any time, any place, with any Arab leader." He also explained the reasons for Israel's strong warnings to Syria last week and reaffirmed its opposition to Palestinian representation at a Geneva...

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