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July 16, 1982 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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16 Friday, July 16, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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U.S. Lebanese Expose PLO,
Demand They 'Quit Lebanon'

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who are indiscriminately
shelling the population of
east Beirut without cause.
PLO gunmen at roadblocks
are turning back Lebanese
families seeking safety out-
side the city. The PLO
would see the city go up in
flames rather than leave in
peace.
"What right does the PLO
have to decide the fate of
Beirut? Who gave them au-
thority to insist that
Lebanese civilians die with
them? When will the world
understand that Lebanon
will never know peace or
freedom until the PLO and
the Syrians depart? Israel
should also withdraw— and
a strong and soverign
Lebanese government will
be restored.
"Lebanon's people cry out
in agony for an end to the
terrible destruction that
has been brought upon
them. Now, before it is too
late, we call on President
Reagan and All who love
peace and value human life:
"The PLO must go — at
once!
"The terrorists must not
be permitted to bring Beirut
crashing down around
them. They must not be al-
lowed to jeopardize the lives
of more Lebanese civilians.
They must not destroy what
remains of a nation and a
people.
"The hostage city must be
freed!"

Meanwhile, the same
issue of the New York
Times carried a letter to
the editor and an
explanatory article by
Ronald Smothers in
which six international
relief agencies disav-
owed any connection
with a pro-Palestinian,
anti-Israel advertisement
which appeared Sunday.

The ad appeared in the
Times, the Washington
Post, the Atlanta Journal -
Constitution, and the
Chicago Tribune. The Los
Angeles Times also printed
the ad, but without the
names of the agencies when
it was unable to confirm

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written authorizations by
all groups mentioned in the
ad.
The relief agencies said
they had never authorized a
listing of their names and
addresses in the advertise-
ment, which was placed by a
group called Concerned
Americans for Peace that
gave a Los Angeles mailing
address.
Spokesmen for some of
the relief groups said they
had been deluged by tele-
phone calls, mostly from
Jewish groups in the United
States that had interpreted
the use of the groups' names
as support of the views ex-
pressed.

"Preserving the neut-
rality of a non-
governmental,
humanitarian agency is a
diffult job in the best of
times," wrote the relief

groups. "Without our im-
partial status agencies
such as ours would not be
able to perform the pub-
lic mission entrusted to
us: delivering emergency
disaster aid and recon-
struction assistance
wherever it is needed, to
whomever needs it."

The groups, Care, the
U.S. Committee for UN-
ICEF, the Ameri,r-7
Friends Service Commi
the American Red Cr6bs,
Save the Children Federa-
tion and the Church World
Services of the National
Council of Churches, said
that they were "dismayed"
by the ,mention of their
names and that "it could ac-
tually harm our ability to
help the innocent victims of
this conflict by calling into
question our independent
stance."

New PLO Diplomatic Envoy
Takes Up Post in Austria

VIENNA (JTA) — Chan-
cellor Bruno Kreisky con-
firmed that Abdullah
Frangi, the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization's dip-
lomatic representative in
Bonn, will become the
PLO's diplomatic envoy in
Austria as well.
The announcement was
unexpected inasmuch as the
Austrian govenrment ap-
peared in no hurry to re-
ceive a replacement for the
former PLO representative,
Ghazi Hussein, who was de-
clared persona non grata
and ousted from the country
last summer for his alleged
involvement in an arms
smuggling attempt at the
Vienna airport.
Frangi had been consi-
dered as a possible successor
for several months but
Kreisky himself said there
was no rush to fill the post.
He apparently changed his
mind in light of the PLO's
precarious position follow-
ing the destruction of its
military forces and bases in
Lebanon by Israel.

Kreisky met Frangi in
Vienna and described

him to reporters later as a
"balanced and proper
man who has always
been in line with (PLO
leader Yasir) Arafat."

Austria was the first
Western nation to grant the
PLO quasi diplomatic ac-
creditation. The PLO dip-
lomat in Vienna represents
his organizatimi before the
Austrian government and
at several United Nations
agencies based here where
the PLO holds observer
status.

Iran Volunteers
`Quarantined'

WASHINGTON —
Newsweek magazine re-
ported this week that the
1,500 Iranian "volunteers"
who wanted to fight against
Israel were held in a virtual
quarantine by the Syrians
until the Iranians could be
sent on to Lebanon.
Newsweek said the
Damascus government
wanted "to deny them any
opportunity to infect Sy-
rians with their revolutio-
nary religious zeal."

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