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16 Friday, September 24, 1982

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Moral Questions Surfacing on Lebanon

By DVORA WAYSMAN

World Zionist Press Service

JERUSALEM — "The
soldiers of the Israel De-
fense Forces set out to as-
sure the peace of Galilee
(and) . . . they did every-
thing within their power
not to injure civilians. This
was a particularly difficult
endeavor in view of the
cruel custom of the ter-
rorists to place their
weapons in hospitals and
schools, and to dig in among
civilian houses and fight
from within them." — Yit-
zhak Navon.
From Rosh Hashana to
Yom Kippur there are just
10 days. That time was
given to Jews as a concen-
trated period of introspec-
tion and reconciliation.
Because of this, Jews
have to put in perspective
Israel's sixth war, the
"Peace for Galilee" opera-
tion. It has been the most
controversial war of all and
opinion has never been
more divided, both within
Israel and with Diaspora
Jewry; and with friends and
enemies alike.
Israel was not physi-
cally attacked this time; it
was a pre-emptive strike
for well-defined objec-
tives: to keep Israel's citi-
zens in the north out of
the
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build-up and thereby to in a war situation for al-
protect Jewish lives most eight years before
everywhere by helping the "Peace for Galilee"
eradicate international operation began.
terror bases.
It was fought. as
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Vietnam.
Neither was the famous
archaeological site near
Tyre bombed because the
ruins of the ancient Roman
hippodrome from 13 BCE
were so beautifully
preserved — even though
Israel knew that it was from
here that rockets were
launched on Kiryat
Shmona, Nahariya and
Metulla.
"Shalom" (peace) is
still the word you hear
most often on Israelis'
lips. No one wanted this
sixth war — certainly not
Jews who have seen
enough suffering; and
certainly not Israelis
whose husbands and
sons have had to pay the
terrible price.
Nevertheless, in this case
we did what had to be done,
and we did it with honor.

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