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June 18, 1982 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-18

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26 Friday, June 18, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Action in Lebanon Draws Criticism from Opposition Party

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Public criticism is begin-
ning to be voiced over the
Israeli government's han-
dling of the war in Lebanon
and indeed over the neces-
sity for the war.Some Labor
Party figures have begun to

air criticism, and the Peace
Now Movement, having de-
liberately kept silent up to
now, placed newspaper ads
Tuesday demanding that
the hostilities end.
The criticism is still
muted, in view of the ongo-

ing state of military emer-
gency and the sorrow and
grief that has befallen so
many Israeli families in the
wake of the war casualties.
"The time is not yet at hand
to make our reckoning with
the government," Labor

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leader Shimon Peres told a
long and stormy faction
meeting Tuesday. He said
he would wait until the
mourning period was over.
But some members of
the faction did not wait.
Rabbi Menahem Haco-
hen, a Labor MK, said he
was not at all sure that
the Israeli blood spilled
had been worthwhile.
Adi Amorai noted that
more Israelis were killed
in this campaign against
the Palestine Liberation
Organization in Lebanon
than had been killed by
the PLO over the past
dozen years.
But other Laborites, such
as Michael Bar Zohar and
Shoshana Arbeli, spoke in
favor of both the initial op-
eration against the PLO
and the ex-tended baffles
with the Syrians.
The Peace Now ads note
that thousands of civilians
"are being killed in this
war" and "this is unprece-
dented in Israeli's wars."
Movement leaders said
they would still disist from
street demonstrations pend-
ing a stabilization of the
ceasefire, but they indicated
that such demonstrations
would be called.
Meanwhile,. Chief of
Staff Rafael Eitan Tues-
day dismi -Ssed reports
that some 10,000 civilian
dead resulted from the
Israeli attacks and that
up to 600,000 were ren-
dered homeless. Briefing
the Knesset Foreign Af-
fairs and Defense Com-
mittee' which toured the
battle zones in the east,
Eitan said such figures
were enormously in-
flated.
Eitan also said that PLO
chief Yasir Arafat had
sought and recieved asylum
at the Soviet embassy in Be-

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