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June 25, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, June 25, 1982

Laws are generally found
to be nets of such a texture,
as the little creep through,

Begin Reveals Exchange
With Soviet Leader Brezhnev

the great break through and
the middle-sized alone are
entangled in.

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Premier Menahem Begin
disclosed that he and Soviet
President Leonid Brezhnev
exchanged letters recently
in which the Soviet Union
reminded Israel that its
troops were in the vicinity of
the Soviet Embassy in Be-
irut.
Begin, appearing on the
CBS-TV program "Face the
Nation," said the letter was
received "a few days ago"
and spoke of the locale of the
embassy in relation to the
position of Israeli troops. He
said it spoke of the embassy
and "nothing else."
The Israeli premier said
he replied to the letter just
prior to his departure to the
United States and reminded
the Soviets that the Israeli
government respected the
immunity of the Soviet Em-
bassy. At the same time,
Begin said he also reminded
the Soviet Union of Israel's
right to self-defense.

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On the question of au-
tonomy, Begin said that
the autonomy proposal is
the most far reaching of
its kind ever proposed.
He again said that
Jerusalem must be one of
the sites for the au-
tonomy negotiations, a
point that has stalled the
autonomy talks because
of Israel's insistence on
Jerusalem as a site and
Egypt's refusal to hold
the talks there.
Begin was asked whether
he felt Egyptian President
Hosni Mubarak has been
embarrassed by the Israeli
invasion into Lebanon and
by the continued insistence
to hold the autonomy talks
in Jerusalem. He responded
rhetorically, "Did I embar-
rass President Mubarak be-
cause we defended our
people?"
Regarding the Israeli in-
vasion of Lebanon, Begin
would not specify on how
long the Israeli troops will
remain there. He said this
could not be measured in
days but would depend on "a
criteria of security."
According to Begin, Israel
seeks to have a multina-
tional peacekeeping force in
southern Lebanon to keep
the Palestinian terrorists
from shelling Israel's
northern settlements. He
said the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) is not sufficient.
The Israeli premier
would not explain why
the Israeli troops went
beyond the originally
stated intentions of the
Israeli operation to push
the Palestinian terrorists
40 kilometers (25 miles)
north of the Israeli -
Lebanese border. Begin
seemed to imply that this
occurred because the Is-
raeli forces were pursu-
ing the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
Regarding the fate of PLO
Chief Yasir Arafat, Begin
said Israel had no plans to
capture him, "because we
don't want to deal with him
at all. He would be a trouble
for us. Let him go where he
wants to."
Begin said Israeli troops
have captured a massive
quantity of Soviet weapons
and ammunition from
Palestinian terrorist bases
in Lebanon. He said it
would take 10 big trucks
working day and night for
six weeks to transport all of
the captured arms to Israel.
He said Lebanon had be-
come a "Soviet base" for the
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