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June 12, 1981 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, June 12, 1981

Israelis Firmly Unanimous on Pre-Emptive Strike

(Continued from Page 1)
with the .decision to knock
out Iraq's nuclear facility.
He said the decision was
taken by the Cabinet "many
months ago" but there had
been "delays and difficul-
ties." -
The Israeli raid was
strongly backed by two New

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York Republicans, Jack
Kemp, who is presently vis-
iting Israel, and Sen. Al-
phonse D'Amato. Kemp
agreed with Begin that the
American condemnation
was hasty. He said the Rea-
gan Administration should
have waited to receive Is-
rael's full explanation and
its information regarding
the Iraqi nuclear reactor be-
fore formulating its state-
ment. D'Amato, in a state-
ment released by his office
in Washington, praised the
Israeli attack as "courage-
ous." He said, "If Israel felt
this was what they had to do
to ensure their security
then we are in no position to
second guess them. We can-
not fault Israel, given the
attitude of Iraq toward the
survival of the Jewish state.
They would destory Israel if
they had the opportunity,"
D'Amato said.
But in Washington,
Rep. Clement Zablocki
(D-Wisc)., chairman of
the HoUse Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, called
the Israeli raid "a highly
irresponsible action"
that could destroy the
Camp David peace proc-
ess. On the other hand,
Sen. Alan Cranston (D-
Calif.) said the "pre-
emptive strike is defen-
sive" in view of his infor-
mation that Iraq "could
have" an atomic wespon
by Oct. 1 "and if not then,
certainly by the end of
the year."
According to reports, the
Israeli Cabinet was initially
divided over the wisdom of
the air strike. It was said to
have been opposed by- De-
puty Premier Yigael Yadin,
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg and Education Minis-
ter Zevulun Hammer. On
the other hand, Agriculture
Minister Ariel Sharon, the
government's most outspo-
ken hawk, threatened to re-
sign when the decision was
delayed, Israeli newspapers
said.
Most Israeli newspapers
backed the raid but ex-
pressed caution about the
international repercus-
sions. Several papers

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
suggested that the attack, world" if an unfriendly engineer Damien Chaus- rael's defense establish-
sepied
in
the
bombing.
while necessary, was moti- neighboring country posed
Meanwhile, the French ment, after months of delib-
vated to some extent by the a nuclear threat to the U.S.
press
continued to criticize eration, has decided to
*
*
*
approaching elections.
the
raid
but government equip Israel's second gener-
Congressional supporters
UNITED NATIONS
ation jet fighter plane, the
of Israel are stressing the (JTA) ---- Secretary Gen- sources were more moder- Lavie, with American-made
ate.
The
Elysee
Palace
sec-
"Cuban analogy" in agruing eral Kurt Waldheim has
Pratt & Whitney FV-1120
that Israel did not violate rejected Israel's charge retary, General Pierre Be- engines. According to the
U.S. law in using that his condemnation of regovoy, reported that "no newspaper Haaretz, origi-
additional comments are
American-made weapons to the Israeli bombing of the
needed" after the statement nal plans called for use of
destory Iraq's nuclear reac- Iraqi nuclear reactor
by Premier- Mauroy, General Electric F-404
tor.
Sunday "exceeded the
Foreign Minister - Claude engines.
This argument main- limit of his office."
Both American corn-
Cheysson and President
tained that Israel's action
Speaking at a press con-
panies were invited to bid
Francois
Mitterrand
him-
was no different from ference in Peking, Wal--
for the plane's power plant
self.
what the U.S. threatened dheim said that his state-
Mitterrand said that any and both agreed to order
to do in 1962 when Cuba ment charging that the Is-
work from Israeli factories
was installing Soviet- raeli strike contravened in- .violation of international in return for the contract.
law
will
automatically
be
made missiles with nu- ternational law was appro-
condemned "in spite of our The Pratt & Whitney
clear warheads. But priate. "It is my duty to
friendly ties with Israel. engine is more expensive
when this analogy was speak out on such cases,"
Cheysson also tempered an than the GE but larger and
offered to the State De- the secretary general de-
earlier declaration by stres- more powerful.
partment spokesman clared.
sing that "Israel is a friend
Dean Fischer on Tues-
THE SMART
Yehuda Blum, Israel's
entitled to security . . . and
day, he replied, "I don't ambassador to the United
CHARTER TO
we will not change our basic
want to make any corn- Nations, charged that Wal-
attitude because of this in-
LAS VEGAS
parisons." dheim "has again exceeded tolerable act."
H.M.H. & F.
Late Wednesday, the Re- the limits of his office as the
The Mitterrand adminis-
agan Administration sent chief administrative officer
557-5145
tration seemed determined
its assessment of the raid to of an organization in which
to try to stop, at least for the
Congress and notified states representing a diver- time being, the public dis-
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House leaders that it was sity of interests are mem-
cussion and condemnation
BRING YOUR PARENTS.
suspending "for the time be- bers. Thus he has given up
of Israel. It might raise the
WE'RE LESS THAN A
ing" delivery to Israel of any semblance of the impar-
subject again, however,
TANK OF GAS AWAY
four F-16 jets which were tiality required by his
through diplomatic chan-
scheduled to be shipped to- office."
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Secretary of State Ale-
GENEVA (JTA) — The
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xander Haig said in his let- Arab ambassadors in
ing, and morel
Kirkland Hits
ter to Congress that Israel Geneva met Tuesday to
FIR GOLF UNTIL JULY 1st

Reagan Cuts
"may ha-ve violated" the condemn the Israeli raid.
SERVING THREE FABULOUS MEALS
1952 U.S. Arms Export "Why should an Arab state
A DAY PLUS MIDNIGHT
NEW YORK — AFL-CIO
-SNACK
Control Act. He added that be deprived of the right to
President Lane Kirkland
the U.S. will consider Is- produce nuclear arms when lashed out at the Reagan
rael's contention that the Israel is already in posses' Administration's proposed
Iraqi nuclear facility was sion of 20 atomic bombs?"
cuts in social programs dur-
RESORT
designed to produce nuclear their statement said.
ing the recent celebration of
SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN 490
weapons.
the
100th
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Swiss-Israeli
The
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organized labor in the U.S.
Israel's first reaction Friendship League said
came from Deputy Defense in a statement that its marked at the Workmen's
Minister Mordecai Zippori, members were surprised Circle Home and Infirmary
who said the U.S. suspen- at the "hypocrisy" of for the Aged in New York.
Kirkland said the labor
sion was due to a misun- some Western states,
COLOR
derstanding, but that it specifically France, movement respects the past
would not affect U.S.-Israel which wishes "to in- "but we have no desire to
PASSPORTS
crease its export of nu- relive it."
relations.
ID. & VISA
Speaking
on
the
same
He added, however, that clear weapons."
PHOTOS
* * *
program, Jacob Sheinkman
Israel would never allow
PROFESSIONAL
of
the
Clothing
and
Textile
any other government to
PARIS (JTA) — Israeli
PORTRAIT LIGHTING
decide for Israel how Israel aircraft scored direct hits Workers Union and Sol C.
Chaikin,
president
of
the
must act to defend itself.
and carefully avoided civi-
Israel used eight F-16s lian installations, according Ladies' Garment Workers,
escorted by six F-15s to to- eyewitness accounts of lauded the historic ties be-
tween Workmen's Circle
bomb the nuclear plant. It Sunday's raid.
and the labor movement.
French technicians em-
was at first reported that Is-
rael had used the older ployed at the site in Tamus
To judge human char-
Phantom F-4s for the- mis- arrived home after having
been recalled by the French acter rightly a man may
sion.
PHOTOGRAPHY
President Reagan has government. One techni- sometimes have very small
experience
provided
he
has
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held two meetings of the cian remarked that the Is-
Corner Northwestern Hwy.
National Security Council raeli planes "aimed with a very large heart. —Bulwer
remarkable precision their
on the Israeli bombing.
The "Cuban analogy" has bombs which fell to within
been stressed by Senate one meter off their targets."
Minority Whip Cranston, Jacques Rimbaud, an em-
who declared that the Is- ployee of a civil engineering
raeli action was "inevita- firm said, "It all lasted no
ble" and that he had long more than 10 seconds."
Other technicians con-
warned on the danger of the
firmed that the huge con-
Iraqi reactor.
In an article in the New crete dome which covered
York Times, Cranston, a the reactor was- "simply
00
member of the Senate knocked off" but could not
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engineers employed at
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