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May 14, 1982 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-14

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8 Friday, May 14, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet met in special
closed session for four hours
Monday to discuss the situ-
ation on the northern bor-
der. It convened as a
ministerial defense coM-
mittee, the deliberations of
which are classified.
But it was assumed that
the ministers weighed
possible responses to the
Palestinian shelling of bor-
der towns in northern Israel
Sunday following Israeli air
raids on terrorist targets in
Lebanon.
No statement was issued
after the meeting. The
ministers were briefed by
Chief of Staff Gen. Rafael
Eitan, Gen. David Ivri, the
Air Force commander, and
other senior officers.
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon came to the meet-
ing directly from an early
morning tour of northern
Israel where he met with
villagers who had spent
the night in bomb shel-
ters.
Military sources said that
about 100 shells and rockets
were fired from across the
Lebanese border Sunday
evening without causing
casualties or damage. It has
been Israel's declared policy
to react to what it considers
to be violations by the
Palestine Liberation
Organization of the cease-
fire that has been in effect
along the Lebanese border
since last July.
According to a military
spokesman, Sunday's air
strikes over Lebanon were
ordered because of serious
breaches of the cease-fire
during the last two weeks
by the PLO.
At the United Nations,
Ambassador Yehuda Blum
of Israel told the president
of the Security Council,
Ambassador Ling Qing of
China, that "the govern-

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ment of Israel considers it-
self duty-bound to take all
necessary measures to pro-
tect the lives and safety of
the citizens," in view of the
terrorist acts perpetrated
recently by the Palestine
Liberation Organization
"operating from Lebanese
territory against civilians
in Israel."
In Washington, Secre-
tary of State Alexander_
Haig said that he was de-
eply concerned that the
new flare-up of violence
along the Lebanese bor-
der could escalate with
serious consequences for
Middle Fast peace.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
U.S. and Israeli navies are
cooperating successfully in
the Mediterranean, accord-
ing to Admiral Thomas
Hayward, chief of U.S.
Naval Operations, who in-
spected Israeli ships and
naval installation in Haifa
this week.
"We continue to train to-
gether and exchange ideas
together. I have a great deal
of confidence that the Is-
raeli Navy and the U.S.
Navy in the Mediterranean
can do a great job together if
necessary," Hayward told
Israeli reporters.
The American admiral,
who called on Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon in
Tel Aviv Monday for a dis-
cussion of Middle Eastern
problems, said he thought
Israel faced a threat from
the Mediterranean. He said
the U.S. Sixth Fleet was
keeping a watch over the
Syrian and Libyan navies
and was determined to
maintain stability in the
region.

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