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July 09, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lebanon Countdown Reduced to Matter of Hours

(Continued from Page 1)
its stand on this point and
agree to a partial with-
drftwal earlier than it
otherwise intended.
The White House said
Wednesday • that
President Reagan would
comply with the War
Powers Resolution if U.S.
-oops are sent to Leba-
)n. The resolution
passed by Congress in
1973 over President Ni-
xon's veto requires the
President to consult with
Congress.
Soviet
President
Leonid
Brezhnev on Wednesday
protested the possible
use of U.S. troops.
Reagan said in Los

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Angeles on Tuesday that he
had "agreed in principle to
contribute a small contin-
gent" of U.S. troops as part
of a multinational force for
"temporary peacekeeping"
in Beirut provided agree-
ment was reached by all
parties concerned in the
crisis there. Reagan said he
was responding to a request
relayed to him by his special
envoy for the Lebanese
crisis, Philip Habib.
Habib has been in Beirut
for nearly a month attempt-

irut.
It had been thought
that Algeria would take
them in but Morocco has
objected strongly to that,
apparently out of fear
that the terrorists would
join the Polesario guer-
rilla movement.
Muamar Qaddafi of Libya
has recommended to the
PLO in Beirut that it fight
to the death, and plainly
does not see itself as their
safe haven.
Egypt too — to the open

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Relative quiet was reported
on the West Bank early this
week following several vio-
lent incidents over the
weekend in demonstrations
against the war in Lebanon.
But one incident occurred
Monday in Dahariya, near
Hebron where several per-
sons were injured, some ap-
parantly by gunshots. Offi-
cial sources attributed this
to feuding between local
clans rather than to politi-
cal violence.
The toll from Sunday's
disturbances were two dead
and at least 14 injured. It
was not clear how the two
fatalities — young men
from Nablus — met their
deaths. Al-though there
were violent demonstra-
tions in the town and local
people claimed the two were
shot by Israeli forces, army
sources said soldiers had not
fired into crowds but only
into the air.
The two bodies were
delivered anonymously
to a local hospital and
police were investigating
the circumstances of
their death.
Commercial
strikes
called by local politicians
and radical groups to pro-
test the war in Lebanon
were partially observed in
East Jerusalem and in sev-
eral West Bank towns as
well as in Gaza.
A violent incident near
Ramallah involved the
stoning of members of a

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local Village League who
opened fire with Israel-
supplied guns on their as-
sailants, six of whom were
injured. There, too, there
were apparently local un-
dertones to an ostensibly
political incident.
Israel,
meanwhile,
claimed another success in
its ongoing efforts to pro-
mote Village Leagues
throughout the West Bank.
A league has been set up in
the notoriously radical area
of Nablus. The new league
is based on the village of Az-
zirat Al Shmaliya and the
Israeli authorities have al-
ready announced a grant to
it of 1.5 million Shekels
($75,000) for a water de-
velopment project.
In another West Bank de-
velopment, police believe
they have uncovered a ter-
rorist gang of Bedouins re-
sponsible for the murder
Friday of David Rosenfeld,
27, of Tekoah, a recent im-
migrant from the U.S. who
was the father of two chil-
dren.

OFFICIAL

relief of Israeli officials
has backed off from an ear-
lier idea that it might re-
ceive the PLO. Now, accord-
ing to reports from Cairo,
the Egyptians are prepared
to take only the PLO lead-
ers, not the thousands of
rank-and-file fighters.

an attack on PLO forces
holding out in west Be-
irut which, they said,
would be an act far re-
moved from Israel's de-
fense and security needs.
Despite the size of the
rally, it was dismissed by
the government. Cabinet
Secretary Dan Meridor told
reporters after the weekly
Sunday session, "The Prime
Minister said the govern-
ment would not be influ-
enced in any way by demon-
strations organized by
Mapam or its surrogate,
Peace Now."
According to Meridor,
Premier Menahem Begin
observed that the govern-
ment won the confidence of
the people in the last elec-
tions and was "determined
to move ahead with its ef-
forts designed to oust the
PLO from Beirut and Leba-
non."

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100,000 in Tel Aviv
Protest Lebanon War

An estimated 100,000
people jammed Tel Aviv's
municipal square Saturday
night in the biggest anti-
war demonstration since Is-
rael invaded Lebanon on
June 6. The rally, called by
the Peace Now movement,
was heavily guarded by
police after anonymous
telephone calls to local
newspapers warned that
pro-government forces
would open fire on the
demonstration.
No incidents were re-
ported but a score of
counter-demonstrators sh-
outing "Begin, Begin" were
arrested for threatening to
disturb the peace.
Speakers at the Peace
Now rally included reserve
officers just released from
active duty after fighting in
Lebanon. They called for
the removal of Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon and
an end &the war. According
to the speakers, the gov-
ernment has gone far be-
yong the national consensus
which was to drive the
Palestine Liberation
Organization forces 40
kilometers (25 miles) from
Israel's borders in order to
protect northern Israel from
rocket and artillery attack.
Speakers urged the
government not to order

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ing to negotiate a settle-
ment that would ensure the
departure of the PLO from
Lebanon, the withdrawal of
Israel and Syrian forces and
the establishment of a
strong, independent
Lebanese government.
One major problem that
Israel can do little to help
solve is that of the PLO's
destination. None of the
Arab countries have shown
enthusiasm at the prospect
of absorbing the estimated
6,000 PLO men in west Be-

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