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April 25, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Strife in Lebanon

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Despite the casualty figures
(over 100 terrorist dead),
last week's strife in Beirut
between the Palestinian ter-
rorists and the Christian
Phalangist Party militia is
seen by observers here as a
success for the terrorists.
In four days of fighting,
the Palestinians showed
once more that they can
take up arms brazenly and
publicly in the heart of the
capital without the Le-
banese army daring to chal-
lenge them.

OAK PARK

They showed, too, that
without employing by any
means all the forces avail-
able to them, they can
launch swift and accurate
attacks on selected targets
— such as the pharmacy
store of Phalangist leader
Pierre Jumeil or the homes
of his lieutenants.

Moreover, last week's
violence showed that the
Palestinian organizations
can look to broad sections
of the Moslem leadership
in Lebanon for sympathy
and support, while the
Phalangists plainly found
it hard to drum up enthu-
siasm among other Chris-
tian parties.

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pose their activities within
Lebanon. The events showed
that at present the forces in-
side Lebanon seeking to
curb the terrorists are not
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the ongoing encroachment
of the Palestinians upon
Lebanese sovereignty.
This is not to say, how-
ever, that the Phalangists
oppose the Palestinian ter-
rorists' basic aims against
Israel: merely that they op-

The best known Christian
leader in Lebanon, Ray-
mond Edde, head of the
National Bloc, carefully dis-
sociated himself from the
Phalangist cause during the
fighting.
At the same time, though,
the outbreak of fighting
triggered by terrorist af-
front at a roadblock set up
by the Phalangists during a
church service — showed
that there still are forces in-
side Lebanon which oppose

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Success for Terrorists

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Friday, April 25, 1975 17

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