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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-27

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Friday, August 21, 1982 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel to Launch Peace Drive After Syria, PLO Exit

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nians should have a role in
determining the conditions
under which they live.
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Israel Forms
Refugee Committee
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel has launched a new
initiative in an effort to di-
rectly deal with the problem
of Palestinian refugees in
both Lebanon and the occu-
pied territories of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
The committee, which
will be lead by Minister-
Without-Portfolio Mor-
dehai Ben-Porat, met Mon-
day for the first time.
The committee members
will include Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon, Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir,
Deputy Premier David
Levy, Justice Minister
Moshe Nissim, Economic
Minister Yaacov Meridor
and Development and Sci-
ence Minister Yuval
Neeman.
Meridor already deals
specifically with refugees
resulting from the fight-
ing in Lebanon. But ac-
cording to an aide of
Ben-Porat, the new
committee will work to
solve the problems of all
Palestinian refugees.
The committee will seek
the establishment of an in-
ternatiotial fund which

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four-month-old Eli Massou,
whose mother is 16 years
old, was discharged from
the hospital a few days after
the picture was taken.
According to the caption
accompanying the United
Press International photo
distributed throughout the
world, it was a picture of a
baby girl swathed in ban-
dages after both arms had
been blown off by a mis-
directed Israeli bomb. The
child was seen held in the
arms of a nurse.
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Reagan had publicized
the picture as a symbol of
suffering in the Lebanon
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suffering any aircraft los-
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losing only one plane which
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nurse holding him.
The nurse and the doctor
who treated the baby were
found, and sworn deposi-
tions were taken from them.
The child was tracked down
along with his mother in a
Lebanese village where
they had taken refuge after
they were both released
from the hospital.
According to the medical
report, one of the infant's
arms was broken in a bomb-
ing raid. The arm and his
face were also slightly
burned. His mother was
also slightly injured in the
raid and his father was kil-
led. Doctors said the child
was completely swathed, as
shown in the UPI photo, be-
cause that is the standard
.procedure of dealing with
an infant whose arm has
been broken to prevent un-
necessary movement dur-
ing medical treatment.
Photographs of the ap-
parently now healthy baby
were published in Israeli
papers Sunday. Copies have
been sent to the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington.

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An 'Over-Exposed' Victim?

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
allegedly armless child,
whose picture is reportedly
displayed on President
Reagan's desk as a symbol
of suffering in Lebanon,
turns out to be a boy, not a
girl as alleged, with both
arms intact.
The child, identified as

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Two delicate issues which
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been decided, concerns
property of Jews left behind
in Arab countries and the
issue of Arab property in Is-
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presented to the Security
Council, but sources in
Paris express the hope that
the U.S. will reconsider the
draft, at least in its updated
version, in view of "the new
voices coming these days
from Washington." This re-
ferred to recent declarations
by Secretary of State Shultz
and Defense Secretary Cas-
par Weinberger, both of
whom have stated that a
solution of the Palestinian
problem is a priority issue.
Egyptian and French dip-
lomatic sources say one aim
of the joint draft resolution
is to save face for the PLO
after its defeat in Lebanon.
Cheysson, in an inter-
view, stated: "We believe
that negotiations must be
held with the Palesti-
nians, , and for these
negotiations their only
known partner is the
PLO. The Americans do
not say that, or are not in
a position to say that, be-
cause of their commit-
ments to Israel."
However, Cheysson noted
an important development
on the part of the U.S. with
the stance taken by Shultz.
The U.S. Secretary of State
Said Sunday in an interview
on NBC-TV's "Meet the
Press" program that the
Camp David peace process
can be interpreted in many
ways and that the Palesti-

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(Continued from Page 1) a 90-minute meeting be-
also stated, in response to a tween Egyptian Minister of
question, that settlements State for Foreign Affairs
in the occupied areas were Boutros Ghali and French
"not constructive" to a com- Foreign Minister Claude
prehensive peace in the Cheysson.
The essence of the effort,
Mideast."
_ _
An effort to launch a joint Ghali told reporters is to
Franco-Egyptian- Middle find "an overall political
East peace plan got under- solution" to the Palestinian
way in Paris on Tuesday at problem. Ghali said that the
expulsion of the PLO forces
from Lebanon was not a
solution to the Palestinian
problem, which he said is
the right of the Palestinian
people to self-
determination.
. Although both sides re-
frained from detailing
the elements of what was
dubbed "a renewed
Franco-Egyptian dip-
lomatic initiative" on the
Mideast in general and
the Palestinian problem
in particular, it is be-
lieved that both countries
will soon publish an up-
dated version of their
joint draft resolution
submitted to the United
Nations Security Council
on July 2.
The draft, which was
criticized by Israel, calls on
Israel and the PLO to
mutually recognize each
other, thus providing the
foundation
for the long-
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