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December 22, 1978 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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Lebanese Christian Leaders Blast U.S., Support Israel

NEW YORK — Dory
Chamoun, the son of
Camille Chamoun, former
president of Lebanon who
remains a leader of the
Christian community, and
Dr. Charles Malik, former
Lebanese Ambassador to
the United States, recently
spoke to Writers and Artists
for Peace in the Middle
East.
Both Chamoun and Malik
discount the notion that
Lebanon suffered a civil
war. "What happened in
Lebanon," stated Dr. Malik,
"is that the PLO declared
war on Lebanese civilians, a
majority of whom are Chris-
tians."
Both Malik and Chamoun
described the Syrians as
Soviet clients who simply
wish to extend the USSR's
influence in the Middle
East. Chamoun added that
Syria camouflaged its in-
tention to annex Lebanon
by first subduing the PLO
which threatened to assume
too much power in Lebanon.
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Chamoun and Malik also
agree that no peace in the
Middle East is possible
without the resettlement of
the Palestinian Arabs
throughout the Arab states.
Each one rejected the
suggestion of a Palestinian
state on the West Bank and
in Lebanon, calling the PLO
dangerous and malignant
clients of the Soviet Union.

Both leaders questioned
America's prompt and
peremptory admonition of
Israel after the latter's in-
vasion of southern Lebanon
in the spring of 1978, and
the insistence on replace-
ment by UNIFIL troops. By
contrast, Chamoun and
Malik are amazed by appar-
ent American indifference
to the presence of a Syrian
invasion force.
openly
Chamoun
criticized the Carter Ad-
ministration for lobbying in
favor of a $90 million grant
in aid to the Syrians, after
the package was rejected by
the House in favor of a com-
promise. "Why do Ameri-
cans reward their enemies
while sacrificing the only
two pro-Western democ-

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Meeting with reporters at
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- Fle said he spoke of U.S.
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matters of substance" dur-
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