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April 20, 1979 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, April 20, 1979

Of Israel's 900 printing
plants, 80 percent employ
fewer than nine workers.

Christians Declare 'Free Lebanon' Zone
After Artillery Clashes With Moslems

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The U.S. government voiced
immediate opposition Wed-
nesday to the establishment
of an independent "Free
Lebanon" by Christians in
southern Lebanon.
While the State Depart-
ment frequently refuses to
comment on media reports, .
it acted quickly on the re-
port that Major Saad Had-
dad, commander of the
Christian Lebanese units
that have been aided by Is-
rael, told a news conference
in Israel that a_ decision to

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set up- an indepent entity
south of the Litani River
was made at a meeting of
representatives of 100,000
inhabitants of the area.
Department spokesman
Hodding Carter said he had
seen reports of the "creation
of some independent buffer
state" in Lebanon. "Without
knowing the reality
whether that state is more
than a P.R. (public rela-
tions) statement or whether
it has come into existence or
not, our general policy is
that we would oppose any-
thing which threatens the
territorial integrity of
Lebanon or which would
have the effect of subdivid-
ing it or impeding the ex-
tension of Lebanese
authority throughout the
land," Carter said.
Carter .repeated that
"the areas which are
being taken over by the
Lebanese force" is "con-
sistent with the policy
long advocated" by the
U.S. "Anything which
impedes that, we regret,"
Carter said, whether it is
shelling or the "Free
Lebanon" sector. -
The State Department
has not denied that Syrians
are with the Lebanese force
but has referred to it as a
"professional group." It is
understood that the de-
partment considers the Is-
raeli government as not op-
posing the deployment.
While Israeli reports say
that the Begin government
believes that the force will
not enter the Christian
enclaves, Carter said, "We
have noted Prime Minister
Begin's statement support-
ing the movement of
Lebanese forces south."
Carter said Begin's remark
was a public statement."
Carter added that the U.S.
is continuing its "contacts
with the Israeli govern-

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ment" on the matter.
Haddad's declaration was
made against the back-
ground of continuing artil-
lery duels between the
militia and Palestinians.
The latest fighting was pre-
cipitated by the entry into
south Lebanon of a 500-man
Lebanese army battalion
which the Christians claim
is a pro-Syrian force com-
manded by Syrian officers
disguised in Lebanese uni-
forms. The unit came under
shell fire Wednesday when
it attempted to take over its
new headquarters at Der-
dghaiya.
The Christians also re-
portedly shelled units of
the United Nations

Anti-Zionist
Serial Upsets
Czech Jews

LONDON — The produc-
tion and distribution of
anti-Jewish propaganda
has increased considerably
in Czechoslovakia during
the early part of 1979, ac-
cording to the International
Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia.
Among the publications
that have caused concern to
the Jews of the country is a
five-part serial titled "Un-
known Chapters from
Zionist History." The serial
was published by
"Tribuna," the principle
ideological journal of the
Czechoslovakian Com-
munist Party.
Czechoslovakian Jews
feel that the new attacks are
not merely a reflection of
the Moscow anti-Zionist
campaign, but that the
die-hards among the Com-
munist Party want to make
their own national contri-
bution by jumping on the
Moscow "bandwagon," the
ICJC said.

Officers Installed
at Bnai Moshe

Robert Hirschbein was
installed as president of
Cong. Bnai Moshe at con-
cluding Passover services.
Other officers are: Milton
Marwil, Bert Stein and Dr.
Leonard Demak, vice
presidents; Lawrence
Horowitz and Eliot Raskin,
secretaries; and Larry Roc-
kind, treasurer.

Javits to Focus
on M.E. Peace

"Is Peace Really Coming
to the Middle East?" will be
the topic to be pursued by
Sen. Jacob Javits (R-N.U.)
7:30 p.m. April 29 at Temple
Beth El.
- The public is invited.

Wine to Review
Sontag Volume

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of
the Birmingham Temple
will review "On Photog-
raphy" by Susan Sontag
8:30 p.m. Monday in the
temple. The public is in-
vited at a nominal charge.

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dad claimed this
the shel-
retali4tion for the
ling of Chlistian villages
by Palestinians, Syrian
and Lebanese forces. He
said he had not consulted
Israel before declaring
South Lebanon's inde-
pendence and he did not
know if Israel would
back the move. Israel has
been- arming and sup-
porting the Christian
militia since it evacuated
its own forces from South
Lebanon last spring.
The Christian-controlled
area is 55 miles long and six
miles deep along the
Israeli-Lebanese border. It
is populated by about
60,000 Shi'ite Moslems,
40,000 Maronite Christians
and a scattering of Druze
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