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May 22, 1981 - Image 10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, May 22, 1981

Syria Puts Monkey-Wrench in Missile Crisis

(Continued from Page 1)
Nations that Israel and
Syria have agreed to a
six-month extension of
the United Nations Dis-
engagement Observer
Force (UNDOF) on the
Golan Heights. The
1,250-man force made up
of contingents from Au-

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and Poland has been
supervising the dis-
engagement agreements
entered into by Syria and
Israel in May 1974.
In addition, it was re-
ported in Cairo late Wed-
nesday that an agreement
has been reached for the
formation of a multi-
national military force to
supervise the peace in the
Sinai. While yet to be con-
firmed, this report merits
serious consideration.
The Israeli Cabinet on
Wednesday adopted several
resolutions concerning the
missile crisis, "which in-
crease the prospects for a

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peaceful solution of the
crisis," according to Cabinet
Secretary Arye Naor.
The Cabinet met for a
two-hour session to review
the latest proposals brought
by Habib. The Cabinet
heard a briefing from Begin
on his talks Tuesday night
with Habib. The meeting
was attended by Chief of
Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan and
Chief of Intelligence
Yehoshua Saguy.
The premier's office re-
peated Wednesday once
again its denial of an
"American plan, or other"
which calls for the cessation
or limitation of Israeli
flights over Leganon. No
such idea was even pre-
sented in the Habib-Begin
talks, a spokesman for the
office said.
Begin said Tuesday
night that Israel would
not go to war against
Syria unless she is at-
tacked. He made that re-
mark in an address to a
war veterans rally
shortly after meeting
with Habib, who had re-
turned to Israel after
talks in Damascus and in
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
over the weekend in his
continuing effort to re-
solve the Israeli-Syrian
missile crisis.
Israel Radio reported the
"elements7' of the proposal:
• Syria to pull out its
missiles from eastern Leba-
non at the request of the
Lebanese government.
• Christian militias to
withdraw their men from
Zahle (and Lebanese army
units to take over).
• Israel to cease opera-
tional flights over Lebanon
(as distinct from high-
altitude spy-flights for
intelligence-gathering,
which would be allowed to
continue).
Apparently this curb
on Israel air flights would
be confined to northern
and eastern Lebanon and
would not curtail Israel's
operations against the
PLO in the south. This in
fact was the substance of
the tacit understanding
that has been in force in
Lebanon ever since the
Syrians first moved in
five years ago.

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tary of State Henry Kis-
singe• said that he does not
"believe there will be a war
now in Lebanon" because
"Menahem Begin will not
start a war its view of the
forthcoming (knesset) elec-
tions and President (Hafez)
Assad of Syria is a reason-
able man."
Kissinger, who is par-
ticipating in the Swiss tele-
vision program "Destin"
which is tracing his life
from his childhood in Nazi
Germany to his career as an
academician and diplomat,
told reporters .that the best
solution for Lebanon would
be for all non-Lebanese
forces to leave that country.
He said that included the
Syrians, the Israelis and the
Palestinians.
In a surprise move
last weekend, Habib visited
Saudi Arabian leaders. The

Black, Market.
Nazi Items

BONN — Uniforms,
medals, flags, arm-bands
and other paraphernalia
from the 12-year Nazi re-
gime in Germany continues
to circulate here despite the
fact that manufacture
and sale of such items is il-
legal.
The black market de-
mand for Nazi "souvenirs"
remains so heavy, that
closet-merchants are will-
ing to risk the stiff fines and
prison sentences of up to
three years in order to un-
load the profitable items.
"It is impossible to say
how much of thismaterial is
being sold," said Hans de
With, state secretary in the
Federal Ministry of Justice
in Bonn. "But we believe it
is considerable, and we are
trying to do something
about it."
A Justice Ministry study
shows there were 2,064
cases involving distribution
of prohibited Nazi material
between Sept. 1, 1978 and
Dec. 31, 1980. Offenders
were usually fined.

Catholic Raps,.
Bonn PLO Favor

BONN (JTA) — Hans
Maier,-president of the Cen-
tral Committee of German
Roman Catholics, has
criticized Bonn's policy of
appeasing the Palestine
Liberation Organization
and also censured the Vati-
can for giving yet more
political weight to the PLO.

Saudis help pay the costs of
keeping Syrian troops in
Lebanon.
On Saturday, a large body
of military reservists, aca-
demicians, students and
others demonstrated
against Begin's handling of
the missile crisis and chal-
lenged his contention that a
national consensus exists in
support of his policies.
The
demonstration,
called by the Peace Now
Movement on less than one
day's notice, brought crowds
estimated at 3,000 to 10,000
into the streets.
In reaction to the crisis,
Soviet and U.S. naval
units moved into the
eastern Mediterranean.
Israeli stock market
prfces fell at the rate of
5-10 percent.each day for
a week.
Officials of both Iran and
Iraq announced that they
would set aside their own
war and come to the aid of
Syria if war broke out be-
tween Syria and Israel.
Last week, President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt
called on both Syria and Is-
rael to adopt a "hands off
Lebanon" policy. He also
urged the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization to form a
provisional government
"because the day will come
when Israel will sit with
you."

Sadat said he would offer
the Palestinians the Sinai
border town of El Arish as a
place to negotiate with the
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