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September 10, 1982 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Reagan Honors Habib M.E. Effort

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Reagan, in pre-
senting the Medal of Free-
dom Tuesday night to his
special Middle East envoy,
Philip Habib, declared that
Habib's accomplishments in
Lebanon made possible the
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East peace initiative.
"What he accomplished
was the vital first step
which made it possible for
launching a fresh start in
the quest for peace, not only
for Lebanon, but for Israel
and its Arab neighbors, as
well," Reagan said.
Habib, who Reagan called
a "great American," replied
that while the situation in
Lebanon "remains ex-
tremely tenuous," he be-
lieved that "it is going to
stay on track, partly be-
cause of the initiative you
(Reagan) most recently took
with respect to peace in the
Middle East."
The medal, the highest
civilian award in the U.S.,
was given within an hour
after Reagan's return
from vacation in Califor-
nia. The Reagans
brought back with them
from California Habib's
wife, Marjorie, who had
not seen her husband
since he went to Lebanon
in June.
Reagan discussed the
next steps in Lebanon and
the Mideast with Habib at a
White House meeting with
Secretary of State George
Schultz and National Secu-

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rity Adviser William Clark.
Habib, who was born in a
Jewish neighborhood in
Brooklyn, noted that "It was
particularly fitting, consid-
ering that my mother and
my father are from Leba-
non, that their son had
something to do with win-
ning a bit of peace for that
harried land."
Habib also had praise for
his "right-hand man," Mor-
ris Draper, deputy assistant
secretary of state for Near
Eastern and South Asian af-
fairs, who has accompanied
Habib on all his Mideast
missions. Draper is ex-
pected to return to Lebanon
to carry out the continued
negotiations for the with-
drawal of Syrian and Israeli
forces.
The State Department
was not sure whether
Habib would be continu-
ing his negotiating role
but indicated he may re-
turn to Beirut for the in-
augural of Lebanese
President Bashir
Gemayal.
The ceremony Tuesday
was attended not only by
the Cabinet and White
House and State De-
partment officials but
also by many people who
dealt with the Mideast
problem in past Adminis-
trations:
Robert Strauss and Sol
Linowitz, who were
President Carter's Mideast
negotiators; Joseph Sisco, a
former undersecretary of
state; Harold Saunders, a
former assistant secretary

Former Soviet
Chess Champion
Seized in Protest

MOSCOW — Former
Russian national chess
champion Boris Gulko and
his wife, Anna
Akhdarumova, were ar-
rested this week for staging
a demonstration outside the
opening of an international
chess tournament.
The couple, who have
been denied permission to
emigrate to Israel, held up a
sign outside the hotel where
the players had gathered.
The sign read, in both Rus-
sian and English, "Let us go
to Israel."
Gulko was national
champion in 1977 and his
wife was national women's
champion in 1976. He has
been allowed to play only
once since they applied to
emigrate.

Soldiers Hurt
As Truck Burns

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Twenty-two Israeli soldiers
were injured this week
when an army truck they
were traveling in caught
fire in Lebanon south of
e.
Seven were reported in
serious condition with
burns. The others were
treated for smoke inhala-
tion and sent home.
Army sources said the fire
was caused when a smoke
grenade carried by one of
the soldiers detonated acci-
dentally.

of state for Near Eastern
and South Asian affairs;
and William Quandt who
was the Mideast expert on
the Carter National Secu-
rity Council. Israeli Ambas-
sador Moshe Arens had a
front-view seat.

Friday, September 10, 1902 31

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