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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 18, 1982

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Levin Looks at Lebanon's Future

Jewish Agency
Calls for Aliya

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem called on Jews to
make aliya and to
strengthen the Jewish state
— not in Zur, Sidon and Be-
irut — but in Carmiel, Efrat
and Jerusalem."
In a cable to the agency's
New York office,. Raphael
Kotlowitz, chairman of the
immigration and absorp-
tion - department in
Jerusalem, urged "our
people abroad" to draw new
motivation for aliya from
the courage and pursuit of
peace that Israel has
demonstrated in its rela-
tions with Egypt and "the
heroic deeds" performed in
Lebanon by Israeli "boys
who hate war."
But the statement
stressed that Jewish im-
migrants should seek to di-
rect its contributions to civi-
lian life, rather than expect
to be involved in the fight-
ing in Lebanon.

Cost of Living
Up in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
cost of living index rose in
May by 6.2 percent, the
Central Bureau of Statistics
announced..
The increase, twice that
of last May (3.3 percent),
brings the COL increase in
the five months sicne the
beginning of the year to 41.4
percent, up from the 35 per-
cent increase during the
first five months of .1981.
The bureau said it was
still too early to forecase the
influence of last week's
price increases, following
measures to help pay for the
war, on next month's COL
index.

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By SEN. CARL LEVIN

(Editor's note: These
remarks by Sen. Levin
were part of a speech de-
livered June 11 before
the American - Lebanese -
League.)
These three essential
elements of American pol-
icy, withdrawal of Syrian
and Israeli forces, establish-
ing a multi-national
peacekeeping force and a
central government strong
enough to disarm the PLO,
would go a long way toward
resolving many of Leba-
non's problems.
As Mr. Basil (Robert
Basil, president of the
American - Lebanese
League) pointed out in April
of this year, "Syria no
longer plays a constructive
role in Lebanon and should
withdraw its forces . . .
Syria's objective is political
hegemony over Lebanon
and . . . Syria has actually
been the major source of up-
heaval and instability in
Lebanon."
To the extent that the Is-
raeli action has set up the
conditions which may lead
to a Syrian withdrawal and
re-emerging of a strong
Lebanese central govern-
ment, this — even with its
destructive impact — offers
an historic opportunity to
give Lebanon back to the
Lebanese.
While ultimately the
prospects for a secure
Lebanon cannot be
guaranteed by the action
of other nations, other
nations can help estab-
lish the conditions re-
quired to secure stability.
The Lebanese must be -
assured a free president-
ial election this August.
The central government
must become stronger
and the election which
creates that government
must be secured. •
America should be will-
ing to do whatever it can to
safeguard that election. We
joined in efforts to assure
that free elections would be
held in El Salvador. —
surely we ought to be will-
ing to do at least as much in
a country whose future is so
directly related to our na-
tional interest.

Israeli Envoy
Still in Coma

LONDON —Ambassador
Shlomo Argov of Israel, still
in a coma after being shot in
the head by Arab terrorists
on June 3, underwent
further surgery on Monday.
A tracheotomy was per-
formed to improve his brea-
thing and minor surgery
was performed to "tidy the
exit wound" on hiss head.
The three Arabs captured
in the assassination at-
tempt were ordered held
without bond until a hear-
ing that was set for yester-
day.
The three are Ghasson
Hassan Ahmad Said, 23,
and Marwan Al-Banna, 21,
both Jordanian-born stu-
dents, and an Iraqi busi-
nessman, Nawaf Nagib Mif-
lihel Rosan, 36. Said is also
charged with attempting to
kill a British policeman.

In the same sense, we
must do what is required to
make sure that there is a
country left to govern. The
damage and destruction of
this war is extensive. The
requirement to rebuild is
pressing, and America

should be willing to provide
assistance.
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needs aid — and as much as
America ought to provide it
— Lebanon also needs to be
left alone to work out its
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