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November 20, 1981 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, November 20, 1981

Habib Prepares for M.E. Visit

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Meanwhile,
Israeli
sources have urged report-
ers to moderate the tone of
reports on the situation in
south Lebanon which gave
an impression of a near
crisis emergency.

Mayne
Moffat

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Lewis at-a meeting Tues-
The State Department,
day that Israel was in-
which has been saying that
terested in maintaining
Philip Habib, President
the cease-fire in Lebanon
Reagan's special envoy for
"indefinitely."
the Middle East, will return
Tension rose in south
to the Middle East soon, still Lebanon after the land
has set no date for his depar- mine incident over the
ture.
weekend. Maj. Saad Had-
Department spokesman dad, commander of the
Dean Fischer said on Mon- militia, immediately
day that Habib will prob- blocked key roads, cutting
ably go back to the Mideast off the transportation of
by the end of this month. He supplies to a number of
said if the U.S. thought posts maintained by UN-
there was an "urgency" IFIL. Talks are going on be-
which required his depar- tween Haddad and UNIFIL
ture sooner, he would leave officers to have the road
earlier. Fischer stressed blocks lifted.
that the U.S. is "monitoring
the situation very closely"
in Lebanon but said there
was no urgency there now.
The spokesman conceded
that the Arab summit con-
ference in Morocco this
month could "conceivably
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Lebanon and Israel's
threat to remove them by
force.

In July, after Habib
helped establish a cease-fire
across the Lebanese Israel
border, his mission was ex-
panded to include the entire
situation in Lebanon.
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin, said recently that
while Israel supports the
Habib mission, it was prom-
ised by the envoy, in
-Reagan's name, that the
missiles would be removed

_ from Lebanon.
Yasir Arafat, chief of the

Palestine Liberation
Organization, reportedly
said in a speech on Saturday
that Israel was expected to
attack his terrorist forces in
Lebanon soon. Arafat also
rejected proposals by the
United Nations to increase
the UN Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL) from
6,000 troops to 7,200 and
that the PLO forces remove
its artillery from the Tyre
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Israel has moved to de-
fuse the tension after
three members of the
Christian militia were kil-
led when their vehicle
struck a mine apparently
planted by PLO infil-
trators. Begin told U.S.
Ambassador Samuel

Israel to Keep
Two Islands?

WASHINGTON — The
Red Sea islands of Tiran and
Sanafiri, currently under
Israeli control, may not be
returned to Egypt along
with the remainder of the
Sinai as had been assumed,
according to Newsweek
Magazine.
Israel may hold on to the
islands to keep them out of
the hands of their original
owners, the Saudis, who
presumably hope to get

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