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July 09, 1982 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

History is nothing more
than a tableau of crimes and
misfortunes.
—Voltaire

Eliav May Head Rehabilitation for Palestinians in Lebanon

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The government is consid-

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ering the appointment of
Arye Eliav, former leader of
the leftist Sheli faction, to
take charge of rehabilita-
tion efforts for the Palesti-
nian refugees in Lebanon, it
was learned here.
Eliav, a leading dove, ten-
tatively accepted the as-
signment pending a final
decision by the government.
He has already toured the
refugee camps and submit-
ted his report to the Israeli
authorities.
An estimated 500,000
Palestinians live in
Lebanese refugee camps,
some of which served as
Palestine Liberation
Organization strongholds
before the Israeli invasion
of Lebanon. Israeli forces
destroyed the PLO in all of
the camps except the
Shatila and Sabra camps in
Beirut.
Eliav said he would
limit his work strictly to
the Palestinian popula-

tion, observing that the
Lebanese
population
could take care of itself.
One of the first steps
should be a comprehensive

study of the problems by a in charge of absorbing the
variety of experts who have massive Jewish immigra-
dealt with the rehabilita- tion into Israel from North
tion of refugees in the past, African countries in the
Eliav said. He himself was 1950s.

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7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Spectators are asked to
bring their own lawn chairs.
In case of bad weather, the
performance will be held in
the Oak Park High School
Auditorium, located at
Coolidge and Oak Park
Blvd.

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