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June 18, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Jule 18, 1%2 25

Jewish Groups Praise Reagan Call for a Lebanese Ceasefire

NEW YORK (JTA)
Howard Squadron, chair-
man of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations,
praised President Reagan
Sunday for his "timely call
for a ceasefire" in. Lebanon
and for "understanding that
the PLO must never be able
to resume its terrorist at-
tacks against Israel."
Similar sentiments were
adopted in a resolution of
the executive committee of
the National Jewish Com-
munity Relations Advisory
_. ( ThCouncil (NJCRAC).

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Meanwhile, a four-
member Presidents Confer-
ence delegation met last
Thursday with Vice
President George Bush in
Washington to discuss Is-
rael's position in Lebanon.
According to Peter Teeley,
Bush's press secretary, the

Jewish leaders "just wanted
to express the depth of feel-
ing in the Jewish commu-
nity in support of Israeli ac-
tions in Lebanon.
"The delegation was
headed by Julius Berman,
chairman-elect of the
Presidents Conference. The

others were Rabbi Alexan-
der Schindler,' president of
the Union of the American
Hebrew Congregations,
Jacob Stein, former adviser
on Jewish affairs to
President Reagan, and
Yehuda Hellman, executive
director of the Presidents

`U.S. Goal Is Withdrawal from Lebanon/

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
While not providing details,
Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig" said Sunday that
the United States would
work to achieve withdrawal
of all foreign "elements"
from Lebanon in an effort to
prevent a return to the
status quo which existed
there prior to Israel's inva-
sion earlier this month.
At the same time, Haig
and Israel's Ambassador to
the United States, Moshe
Arens, who both-„appeared
separately on ABC-TV's
"This Week with David
Brinkley" program, said it
was still "too early" to pre-
dict a timetable for Israeli
withdrawal from Lebanon.
"I think we are going to
work to achieve an adjust-
ment and withdrawal of all
foreign elements from

Begin Criticizes
Kissinger Book

WASHINGTON — Is-
raeli Prime Minister
Menahem Begin sent a
message to Henry Kissinger
recently, praising the
former Secretary Of State on
his memoirs, which were
serialized in the. Israeli
press last month.
Begin didn't let Kissinger
off without any critical re-
marks, however. The Israeli
premier informed Kissinger
that he had misused the
word "talmudic" in one
passage. He recommended
that Kissinger see for him-
self by reading 'the Talmud
in translation, quickly add-
ing, "though there are no
good translations."
Kissinger sent Begin a
reply, thanking the prime
minister for his praise, but
pointing out that he had
read the Talmud as a young
man, "in the original."

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Lebanon," Haig said. He
added that Lebanon has
been "racked" by internal
elements "not under the
authority and control of the
Lebanese government as
well as a nation that has
been occupied by Syrian
forces for too long."
According to , Haig,
President Reagan's focus so

far has been to establish a
cessation of hostilities be-
tween fighting forces in
Lebanon. But he pointed out
that "no one would welcome
a return to the status quo
ante in Lebanon with all the
instabilities we have ex-
perienced since 1976," when
that country was torn by
civil war.

Conference.
Teeley noted that Ihish
also met with the Ambas-
sadors of Lebanon, Jordan,

Bahrein and Kuwait and
separately with Ahmed
Talb Ihrahimi, the foreign
minister of Algeria.

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