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May 21, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-21

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18 Friday, May 21, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israel Threatens PLO Terrorists

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon
said Monday the Palesti-
nian terrorists should not be
misled by the great measure
of self-restraint shown by
Israel in the face of terrorist
shelling of northern vil-
lages and towns.
Sharon warned the Pales-
tinians that Israel regarded
the cease-fire as applying to
all and every terrorist at-
tack against Israel, Israeli-
controlled territories or Is-
raeli or Jewish organiza-
tions and installations
throughout the world. Is-
rael reserved the right to
react to any such attack
anywhere, he said.
Premie'r Menahem Begin,
who has declared the cease-
fire across the Lebanese
border to be null and void,
told his Cabinet on Sunday
that it was not Israel but the
Palestinian terrorists who
ended it.
He said the Palestine
Liberation Organization
viewed the cease-fire as
an invitation to attack
Jews from any quarter
except from southern
Lebanon. Israel, he said,
would not agree by any
means to this "arbitrary

and distorting" interpre-
tation.
Begin praised Chief of
Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan for
his remarks in radio and
press interviews over the
weekend suggesting that if
Israel responds to PLO at-
tacks, it should be with the
massive use of force. Ac-
cording to Begin, it was
Eitan's duty to explain the
real situation to the Israeli
people.
Eitan and Begin came
under fire from the opposi-
tion Labor party over what
the latter claimed to be "war
talk." Labor members of the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee
clashed with Begin last
Thursday when the premier
declared that the cease-fire
was null and void and
warned that the PLO would
not be allowed to shed
Jewish blood with impun-
ity.
Labor spokesmen also ac-
cused Eitan of contributing
to war fever by discussing
military plans in public.
The Laborites were aroused
by Eitan's disclosure that
Israel has been massing
troops along the Lebanese
border and his insistence
that the Israeli response to

Avner Describes Consensus

NEW YORK — Israel's
opposition parties fully
support the Begin govern-
ment's refusal to return to
the 1967 borders and to
permit establishment of an
independent Palestinian
state, according to a top Is-
raeli official.
Yehuda Avner, an ad-
viser to Prime Minister
Menahem Begin, said these
are two of four points which
form "the cement which
binds our people in a na-
tional consensus, irrespec-
tive of party affiliation."
The other two he cited are
refusal to negotiate with the
terrorist Palestine Libera-
tion Organization and a re-
solve to keep Jerusalem
united as Israel's national
capital.
- Avner, who was also an
adviser to former Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin,
made his comments during
a meeting last week of the

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Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith at its national
headquarters in New York.
He also spoke this week in
Detroit at the annual Israel
Bond tribute dinner spon-
sored by Adat Shalom
Synagogue.

terrorist activities must be
on a massive scale and not
limited to relatively small
retaliatory actions as in the
recent past.
They also wanted to
know why Begin is rais-
ing the issue of the PLO
interpretation of the
cease-fire at this time
when, as former Premier
Yitzhak Rabin observed
at the Knesset committee
meeting, the differences
of interpretation were
known all along.
Begin retorted that them
new element is that th).
PLO is acting according to
its interpretation.

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