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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-27

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10 Friday, • August 27, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israel Responds Warmly to Election of Bashir Gemayel

(Continued from Page 1)
Moslem and leftist
Lebanese leaders boycotted
the election. They consider
Gemayel a "collaborator"
with Israel because his
Phalangist Party's military
force received aid from Is- _

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a six-year term as
president.
Immediately after the
vote was announced, the
eastern sector of Beirut,
which is controlled by the
Phalangist milita, burst
into a wave of joy, with
gun firing heard
throughout the city, cars
blasting their horns; and
people shouting and
weeping with joy.
Several hours later the
homes of 15 members of
Parliament were hit by
anti-tank rockets.
Gemayel, in an interview
with the Voice of Israel
Radio said: "It is a big
achievement for our democ-
racy, it's a great day. I hope
that what we achieved until
now — to reunite the coun-
try and to free the country
will continue — and sover-
eignty would be reinsti-
tuted."
Gemayel would not be
specific on future relations
with Israel but said, "We
will have a new govern-
ment, and this government
will decide about all the
steps to be taken concerning
the outside world."
Gemayel said in an ar-
ticle in the Washington
Post that the tripartite
occupation of Lebanon

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by Israel, Syria and the Gemayel carefully kept his ment despite death threats
PLO must cease and that distance from the Israelis and terror against Deputies
a "strong independent during the war in Lebanon
voting for him.
and prosperous Lebanon and declined to provide the
They noted as well that
is undoubtedly the best IDF with any political or even the U.S., which was
security guarantee for military assistance. The Is- skeptical of Gemayel's
all."
raelis reportedly expected chances, is now express-
In an op-ed page article in Gemayel to employ his ing satisfaction at his
the Post, Gemayel said Phalangist forces to com- election. Within - hours of
Lebanon must return to "its plete the drive that IDF had
Gemayel's election,
traditional pluralism, so begun in Lebanon to oust President Reagan sent
our regional relations must the PLO terrorists. But him a congratulatory
also assume a character be- Gemayel left that task for message and the White
fitting relations between the IDF.
House said the U.S.
sovereign countries. For too
With Gemayel's election, would "work closely with
long have the neighbors of Israel would like him to sign the new government in
Lebanon and the other a peace treaty, but so far no
the complex and diffir "
regional powers treated our Israeli leader has said so task ahead."
country as a playground for _ publicly. Gemayel repor-
The acts of violence which
their games of intrigue and tedly told an Israeli person-
followed Gemayel's election
violence. Too long have we ality a few days ago in Be- — the houses of 15 Deputies
permitted seditious be- irut that he intends to sign
who had participated in the
havior directly funded by "a peace treaty with Israel
election were blown up by
other governments who within six or seven leftists — indicated that
send men,- weapons and months." But in public an-
internal strife and factional
money in our midst."
nouncements, Gemayel said
rivalry could heat up into
Gemayel issued several the new government would
another civil war.
guidelines that should be have to decide on signing a
Various elements in the
followed in the days ahead if peace treaty.
country — Shiite and Sunni
Lebanon is to pursue a new
Mideast experts in Israel
Moslems, leftwing groups,
"destiny." He said these in- noted that Gemayel's elec-
segments of the Christian
clude:
tion portended a significant
community — are not ready
• Any solution to the change in the life of Leba-
to accept a Maronite Chris- _
Lebanese crisis must in- non, with prospects for a
tian leader of the rightwing
clude the recovery of strong and stable central
Phalangist Party and a man
Lebanese sovereignty over government. Gemayel, the
who is considered a "col-
its entire territory and the experts pointed out, won by
laborator" with Israel as the
restoration to the Lebanese a majority vote in Parlia-
president of their country.
state of its full powers.
• Israel and Syrian
forces must depart from
NEW YORK (JTA) — As
Lebanon and a Lebanese
facilitate Brailovsky's re-
army must emerge strong the one-year anniversary of turn to Moscow, and opti-'
enough to preserve the Soviet cyberneticist Viktor nially, his emigration to Is-
territorial integrity of Brailovsky's exile ap- rael.
Lebanon.
proaches, participants at
Brailovsky, well-known
• All Palestinians con- the 10th IMACS World for his role as one of the
tinuing- to reside in Lebanon Congress on Systems Simu- founders and leaders of the
must submit to and respect lation and Scientific Com- Moscow Sunday Scientific
the authority of the putation joined in stepped- Seminar designed to keep
Lebanese government in up activities by Western col- ostracized scientists abreast
Lebanon.
leagues aimed at securing of new developments in
Meanwhile, the Israeli his early release.
their fields, was the object of
newspaper Maariv reported
an official campaign of
Noting that on Sept. 4 harassment since he first
that Gemayel held several
secret-meetings with Israeli Brailovsky will have served applied to emigrate in 1972.
leaders recently, including one year in exile and will be
These reprisals culmi-
some in Tel Aviv, during Is- eligible for parole, conferees nated in June 1981, when
rael's "Peace for Galilee" from around the world Brailovsky was sentenced
operation. Quoting foreign called upon the Soviet to five years internal exile
sources, Maariv said Minister of the Interior, for "defamation of the
Gemayel met several times Nikolai Schelokov, to Soviet state."
with Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon.
According to the paper,
Gemayel began his series of
secret visits to Israel in
The Jewish Community Couplets adopted Gennady
1976. He met with various
Israeli personalities, in- Council's Detroit Soviet Khasin of Moscow; Bnai
cluding Labor Party chair- Jewry Committee has an- Brith Bloch Chapter
man Shimon Peres who at nounced an expanded adopted Isaac Shkolnick of
the time was Defense adopt-a-family program in Vinnista; Bnai Brith De-
Minister in the government which organizations are troit Chapter adopted Lev
of Yitzhak Rabin. In 1976, given the name of a re- Elbert of Kiev; Bnai Brith
when Peres launched the fusenik family to write let- Zeiger Chapter adopted
"good fence" policy along ters to the family on a con- Aziz Manashirov of Der-
the border with Lebanon tinuing basis.
bent; Bnai Brith Tzedakah
In addition, the adopters Chapter adopted - Yuli
and extended Israeli aid to
the Phalangist forces in write to American and Kosharovsky of Moscow;
Lebanon, Gemayel visited Soviet officials on the fami- Hadassah Business and
Peres at his home in Tel ly's behalf.
Professional Group adopted
Aviv.
Outreach Subcommittee Iosif Begun of Strunino,
According to another Chairman Jerry Rogers is who is currently in prison;
report, as yet uncon- in charge of the adopt-a- the Jewish Students Organ-
firmed, the Israelis early family program.
ization of Oakland Ur
in July arranged a meet-
sity adopted Mik _1
Nat
and
Geri
ing between Gemayel
Rosenshtein of Moscow;
and Maj. Saad Haddad, Goldstone, adopt-a- ORT Mt. Clemens adopted
family
chairmen,
report
the leader of the Israeli-
Munblit and ORT
backed Christian militia that a number of com- Whitehall adopted
in south Lebanon. That munal groups have Kosharovsky.
report said the two Chris- joined the program in re-
The Goldstones have an-
tian leaders arrived at an cent months.
nounced that an adopt-a-
Cong. Beth Tephilath family manual is now
understanding regarding
_spheres of influence in Moses. of Mt. Clemens available from the DSJC. To
Lebanon which is' not adopted Aaron Munblit of obtain a copy, to arrange for
controlled by the Israel Moscow; Bnai Brith Busi- a speaker on the subject, or
ness and Professional Chap- to adopt a family, call the
Defense Force.
This meeting, too, was ter adopted Boris Land- Jewish Community Coun-
sman of Moscow; Bnai Brith cil, 962-1880.
unpublicized. As a rule,

Brailovsky Re lease Sought

Council Expands Program
on Adopting Russian Family

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