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February 26, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, February 26, 1982

Australia's Participation in Sinai Force Is Unpopular

Two Terrorists Defect to Israel

JERUSALEM — Two
Arab terrorists, seeking
political asylum, have fled
Lebanon for Israel.
Both Marwan Muham-
med Sartawi of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine and Abdelhakim
Suleiman Ahmed of the
pro-Syrian Saika militia

claim that terrorist groups
have been plagued by defec-
tions, according to Israel
Radio's Arabic Language
Service.

Hope tells a flattering
tale, delusive, vain, and hol-
low.
_ Wrother

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MELBOURNE (JTA) —
Australia has announced
that its contribution to the
multi-national Sinai
peacekeeping force will con-
sist of about 120 men, eight
helicopters, and support
equipment.
In his first official com-
ment on Australian partici-
pation since talks between
the Australian government
and American officals ear-
lier this year, the Minister
for Foreign Affairs, Tony
Street, said the Australian
contingent would be estab-
lished at El Gorah in the
northern Sinai by March 20.
The peacekeeping force
takes up duty on April 25
when Israel is scheduled to
complete its withdrawal
from the peninsula. The
Australian commitment to
the force was for two years.
The Australian deci-
sion aroused strong pro-
test from the Australian
Labor Party which op-
posed any Australian in-
volvement in the

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the need for Australian par-
ticipation in trying to
ensure the success of the
Camp David accords.

trade with Australia and
who would be displeased by
Canberra's support for
American policies in 'the
Middle East.
Despite the lack of bi-
partisan support, opinion
polls which showed public
opposition to the move, and
serious doubts within his
own government, Prime
Minister Malcolm Fraser
has consistently supported

peacekeeping operations
not under the supervi-
sion of the United Na-
tions.
During a heated debate in
Parliament, the leader of
the Labor opposition, Bill
Hayden, said that partici-
pation in the peace-keeping
force rewards Israel's "in-
transigence," and he de-
scribed Israeli Premier
Menahem Begin as "the
greatest threat to world
peace."
Some pro-Israel Labor
MPs dissociated themselves
from Hayden's views. But a
number of the leftwing
spokesmen for the Labor
Party attacked Camp David
as a failure. They warned of
the danger of retaliation by
Arab governments who

Army Transfers
Meir Kahane

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
army has transferred Rabbi
Meir Kahane from reserve
duty on the West Bank to a
post inside Israel after re-
ports that he engaged in
provocative acts, aggravat-
ing an already tense situa-
tion in that territory.
Kahane, founder of the
Jewish Defense Leagu
heads the ultra-nationali,_
Kach movement which calls
for the expulsion of all
Arabs from Israel and the
occupied territories.

Popular Weapon

NEW YORK (ZINS) — A
New York Times report
says Israeli Military Indus-
tries has exported one mil-
lion Uzi submachine guns
since production began in
1953. More than 100 na-
tions have purchased the
weapon.

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