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June 04, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 June 4, 1976

Israel Showing Caution in Dealing With Lebanon Crisis

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yigal Al-
lon said Tuesday that Israel
was watching developments
in Lebanon "very closely"
and that its decision to act
or to forebear from any ac-
tion would be determined by
the national interest, the
interests of security and the
defense of the northern bor-
ders. The foiTivn minister

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spoke at a press conference
for foreign correspondents
following reports that an
additional Syrian battalion
entered Lebanon over the
weekend accompanied by
scores of tanks.
Allon stated that Syria
"and all other relevant par-
ties know what constitutes
Israel's Red Line" — the
point with respect to the sit-
uation in Lebanon that
might precipitate an Israeli
response. No Israeli official
has yet publicly defined the
"Red Line" but it has been
made clear that Israel
would not tolerate a signifi-
cant military threat along
its northern border.
Allon told the journal-
ists that the "Red Line" was
not necessarily a matter of
one step but could be inter-
preted as the "cumulative
effect" of ongoing Syrian ac-
tion. Israeli sources place
Syrian strength in Lebanon
mow at 8,000 men plus an-
other 4,000 members of the
Syrian-sponsored Al Saiqa
terrorist organization.
Allon said the time has
come to end the slaughter
in Lebanon but he did not
offer any suggestions as to
how that might be done.

He said that Syria should
have "thought twice" be-
fore it lent its support to
the radical Moslem forces
in Lebanon. Syria now
appears to be intervening
on the side of rightist
Christian forces in a tur-
nabout that has interna-
tional observers puzzled.

Wednesday, Defense Min-
ister Shimon Peres said that
if Israel were to intervene in
the Lebanese situation it
could be interpreted as Is-
raeli support of PLO chief-
tain Yasir Arafat "and this
is something we do not
want." He explained that

Airport Bomber Identified

BONN — West Ger-
many's Federal Criminal
Office has identified the
man whose suitcase bomb
killed himself and an Israeli
security woman at Ben-
Gurion Airport last week as
25-year-old West German
Ternd Hausmann.
He had been carrying a
false Dutch passport at the
time with the name Hugo
Mueller. German officials
reported that Hausmann
had been charged with dis-

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turbing the peace in 1969
and an attempted robbery
in 1972. They identified him
through fingerprints.
In Paris Sunday, a power-
ful bomb exploded outside a
branch of the Rothschild
Bank injuring two people
and causing extensive dam-
age to the bank and to adja-
cent buildings on the fash-
ionable Rue de Faubourg St.
Honore.
Police investigators are
considering the possibility
that the bombing was the
work of an Arab group in
retaliation for a pro-Israel
rally held at the Paris fair
grounds.
A 24-hour police guard
has been placed around
other branches of the Roths-
child Bank and at buildings
housing Jewish organiza-
tions as a precautionary
measure.

a distinct entity in the Mid-
dle East according to a high
level assessment made avail-
able in London last week.
Other points in this as-
sessment are that President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing's
offer of French troops
would not have entailed in-
tervention in the fighting
in Lebanon but was in-
tended as a peace keeping
force once the combatants
had themselves reached
agreement. As force could
not settle the conflict, only
political initiatives could be
contemplated.
However, there is
total deadlock, compo
of the conflicts between the
Syrians and the Palestini-
ans, the Palestinians and
the Lebanese, and among
the different Palestinian
groups, the reports said.

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* * *

Kreisky Absolves
PLO in Bombing

Dr. A. Zuroff

Nathan P. Rossen

such an interpretation was
possible because of the Syr-
ian turn-about.
The Defense Minister,
speaking at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity, said that up to now Is-
rael does not face any dan-
ger from Lebanon that
would oblige it to cross the
border. He added, however,
that Israel was aware of the
"fluid" situation in Leba-
non.
Peres described Syria's
efforts as an attempt to
achieve a "ceasefire" rather
than a take-over.
An end to the Lebanese
civil war is nowhere in sight
but Lebanon will survive as

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cellor Bruno Kreisky of
Austria said Monday that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization is "not at all
involved" in recent terrorist
bomb attacks apparently
aimed at air communica-
tions between Vienna and
Tel Aviv.
He made that statement
in a television interview
after the Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine
(PFLP) warned of new at-
tacks to disrupt the flow of
Jewish immigrants from
the Soviet Union. The PFLO
claimed credit for the explo-
sion of a booby-trapped
suitcase at Ben-Gurion Air-
port last week.
Kreisky said that Austria
would continue to keep its
borders open to Jewish
emigres in transit to Israel
or other countries. "A clo-
sure is out of the question,"
he said. But he appeared to
take pains to absolve the
PLO from any connection
with the latest terrorist out-
rage. He has met in the past
with several Arab leaders,
including PLO chieftain
Yasir Arafat.

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