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July 09, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-09

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20 Friday, July 9, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Concern for Lebanon Prevalent
Among Young American Jews

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anti-Israeli crowd but are
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WASHINGTON — It is state. They are saddened by
safe to say that most Ameri- what they see as a picture of
can Jews supported Israel's Israel that is different than
decision to try to destroy the what they envision for the
Palestine Liberation Jewish state and are con-
Organization terrorists in cerned about the image of
Lebanon. Even many who Israel in this country.
have been critical of Israel's
The statements of sup-
action on the West Bank port of Israel by or-
over the last few months ganized Jewish leader-
hold no grief for the PLO.
ship do not satisfy their
At the same time, the doubts. They hold no
high death toll among civi- sympathy for the ter-
lians, as well as the heavy rorists but ask whether
casualties suffered by the the attempted assassina-
Israeli army itself, has tion of an Israeli Ambas-
caused concern. The nightly sador, in a world where
television news pictures of attacks on diplomats
the dead and wounded in have become com-
Lebanon has agonized us as monplace, justifies the
it has people in Israel.
massive Israel response.
This agony seems to be
However, the attack on
felt deepest among young
people. These young Jews Argov was the last straw in
are not usually found in the a series of events. Israel ac-

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

Journalist Who Met Arafat
Could Face Legal Action

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg has asked the Attor-
ney General for a legal opin-
ion as to whether official ac-
tion should be brought
against former MK Uri Av-
. neri who visited Palestine
Liberation Organization
chief Yasir Arafat for two
hours last Friday and al-
legedly embraced the ter-
rorist leader when they met.
Avneri, editor and pub-
lisher of the weekly maga-
zine Haolam Hazeh and a
leader of the leftwing Sheli
faction, said his meeting
with Arafat was solely in
his capacity as a journalist
therefore he had broken no
law.
Burg observed that re-
porters do not normally em-
brace in friendship people
they interview. To do so was
a sign of identification with
Arafat and encouragement
for his policies, Burg said.
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cepted the cease-fire across
its border with Lebanon last
July under U.S. pressure
and many observers believe
the U.S. acted under pres-
sure from Saudi Arabia,
which at the time wanted to
save the PLO.
Since then, not only have
numerous terrorist acts
been committed against IF
rael, but the PLO was r ■
supplied with arms by the
Soviet Union and gradually
built itself into an army.
During this time the Re-
agan Administration did
nothing about getting the
PLO out of south Lebanon
or in having the Syrians
remove their SAM-6 mis-
siles from the Beka Valley,
the original reason Philip
Habib was summoned out of
retirement a little more
than a year ago.
It is in the interest of the
U.S., just as much as Israel,
to see to it that conditions
are created so that Israel
does not have to have to go
into Lebanon again. This is
the goal that young Jews as
well as the entire Jewish
community, should now be
devoting their energies to.

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of treason and demand
he be brought to trial.
Meir Payil, another
leader of Sheli, said Avneri
had talked to Arafat as a
journalist, not as a repre-
sentative of the political
faction. But Payil admitted
that had he been in Avneri's
place he would have con-
sulted with the government
before seeing Arafat.
Avneri said Arafat told
him that on several occa-
sions he had been ready to
recognize Israel. Victor
Shemtov, leader of Mapam
which strongly opposes the
Likud government's
policies, remarked that if
such had ever been Arafat's
intentions "it has evidently
been kept a close secret from
us or anybody else."
Avneri, who spent a
total of four hours in West
Beirut, which is under
seige by Israeli forces,
said he found the PLO
leader calm "but some-
what fatalistic." He said
Arafat told him he ex-
pected an Israeli attack
on west Beirut and that
his men were ready for it.
Avneri said he spent some
time with the only Israeli
captured by the PLO during
the three weeks of fighting
in Lebanon — Air Force
pilot Aharon Ahiaz. He said
he found Ahiaz in "rela-
tively good spirits."

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