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September 28, 1979 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 28, 1979 21

Israelis Believe Air Battle Was Prelude to Assad Trip

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
hrael Air Force shot down
four Syrian MiG-21s in an
aerial dogfight that de-
veloped over Lebanon south
of Beirut on Monday after-
noon. All Israeli aircraft re-
turned safely to their bases.
According to a spokes-
man, the Israeli planes were
on a search mission for ter-
rorist bases when the
encounter took place at
about 2:40 p.m. local time.
An army spokesman said
that some of the Israeli
planes involved in the
aerial battle were
American-made F-15 jets.
The use of American-made
planes in Israel's strikes in
south Lebanon has been
criticized by the Carter
Administration. The stress
placed by the spokesman on
the use of the F-15s today
appeared to sustain the de-
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was initiated by Palestinian
terrorists who attacked
Christian villages. The
Christian militia, com-
manded by Maj. Saad Had-
dad, repulsed the attacks
and in one instance
launched a counter-attack
in an attempt to root the
terrorists out of their posi-
tions near Khardaleh
Bridge on the Litani River.
The United States took a
cautious and non-committal
position on the dogfight
over Lebanon. State De-
partment spokesman Tom
Reston described the air
clash as a dangerous de-
velopment after Secretary
of State Cyrus Vance, ad-,
dressing the United Na-
tions General Assembly in
New York, departed briefly

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say that "the fragility" of
the cease fire in southern
Lebanon "is underscored by
the events of today."

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Ezer Weiz-
man flatly denied, on his re-
turn to Israel Wednes-
day, that he had committed
Israel to getting United
States consent before it un-
dertakes retaliatory strikes
against terrorist bases in
south Lebanon, using
American-made weapons.
"No • commitment was
made by me at any time that
Israel will consult with the
Americans in connection
with activities in south
Lebanon," Weizman told
reporters at Ben-Gurion
Airport.
He was referring to re-
ports that he had given such

LOS ANGELES — The
West Coast director of the
Jewish Defense League
may be tried for soliciting
the murder of Nazis, accord-
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court ruling.
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air at a Los Angeles press
conference and promised
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Ezer Weizman that he had
committed Israel to get U.S.
consent on using U.S.
weapons in anti-terrorist
raids.
Israeli miltary circles
expressed concern that
the Syrians are attempt!
ing to escalate tension in
Lebanon in the air and on
the ground on the eve of
President Hafez Assad's
visit to Lebanon. The Sy-
rians were blamed for in-
itiating Monday's clash
and for falsely alleging
that a large-scale Israeli
military operation was
underway in south Leba-
non over the weekend.

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Canada's first memorial to
the six million Jews who
perished in the Holocaust
was formally dedicated in
ceremonies held at the Al-
lied Jewish Community
Center here Sept. 16. The
edifice has three sections:
one devoted to a permanent
display of photographs and
documents related to the
Holocaust; an area for tem-
porary exhibts; and a
sanctuary for meditation
where an Eternal Light
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an undertaking to memberi
of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee during an off-
the-record meeting last
Monday. "When speaking to
the Congress committee I
used the phrase 'compare
notes,' " Weizman said, add-
ing, "Israel and the U.S.
have compared notes before
and will do so in the future.
But there was no Is-
raeli commitment given
to have an American con-
sent for use of American
weapons in south Leba-
non. We shall do what we
think ought to be done."
Weizman's remarks
were at variance with
the version given reporters
in Washington Tuesday by
Rep. Paul Findley (R-I11.), a
member of the Foreign Af-
fairs Committee who has
been sharply critical of Is-
rael's use of American-
supplied weaponry in Leba-
non.
According to Findley, the
Israeli defense chief told
him that "if Israel in the fu-
ture should find it necessary
to use U.S.-supplied mili-
tary equipment in any
preemptive strikes, it would
first talk with the United
States." Findley hailed that
promise as "a significant
and gratifying change in Is-
rael's military policy."

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