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September 24, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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28 Friday, September 24, 19k

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

IDF to Evacuate Beirut by Sunday; Describe Phalangist Actions

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
areas of west Beirut still
occupied by Israeli forces
have been divided into five
sections and the IDF will
evacuate one each day so
that it will be out of west
Beirut by Sunday, hours be-
fore the start of the Yom
Kippur fast.
The army is continuing
its 'search of the areas for
PLO arms and ammunition.
What is not pulled back into
Israel by Sunday will be
marked and withdrawn la-
ter.
The material found is de-
scribed as "astounding
quantities."
Meanwhile, Israeli
papers continue with
their investigative re-
ports of events in the west
Beirut refugee camps
where hundreds of Pales-
tinians were slaughtered

by Phalangists last week.
Their reports are at vali-
ance with the description
and timetable given by De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon
to the Knesset on Wednes-
day and indicated Israeli
soldiers were • aware of the
dangers and the murders
before the time given by
Sharon.
Paratroopers who had
been stationed outside the
Sabra camp told newsmen
they had fired hundreds of
flares over the camps on
Thursday night to light the
area for the Phalangists,
whom they believed were
carrying out only search op-
erations.
By Friday morning, Is-
raeli officers had an idea of
what was going on inside
the camps, from - refugees
who managed to escape and
from binocular reports.

The local commander
tried to get the Phanal-
gist officers to halt the ac-
tion but were told they
could not control their
men.
A paratrooper sergeant
was quoted in Wednesday's
Jerusalem Post as saying,
in reference to Israeli gov-
ernment attempts to deny

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Presidium of the Brus-
sels Conference on Soviet
Jewry will meet- at the end
of October in Jerusalem,
Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the presidium and of the
World Zionist Organization
Executive. Informed mem-
bers of the presidium.
The meeting will take
place instead of the Third
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Soviet Jewry, which was
scheduled to have been held
in Versailles, France, at the
end of next month.
The decision to postpone
the conference was taken
after telephone consulta-
tions between Dulzin and
Jewish leaders throughout
the world, according to a
WZO communique.
"The main purpose of
the conference was to
focus world public opin-
ion on the tragic situation
of Soviet Jewry," the
communique explained.
"The success of the con-
ference, in the short and
longer range, depended
on the right timing and
the ability to secure full
success."
In view of world events,
the timing of the confer-
ence was wrong. "World
public opinion is pre-
sently occupied with
events in Lebanon, in de-
bates around President
Reagan's new (Middle
East) plan, and the nega-
tive position of Arab
countries, as it was ex-
pressed in the Fez con-
ference."
The new date for the
Third Brussels Conference
has been set for not later
than the spring 1983, the
communique stated. The
precise date will be decided
at the presidium meeting.
Dulzin stressed that the
campaign on behalf of
Soviet Jewry should con-
tinue at a greater pace, to
maintain the continuity of
the efforts to help Soviet
Jews.
Feliks
Meanwhile,
of
Kochubievsky,
Novosibirsk, a veteran
emigration activist, was ar-
rested Sept. 12 and charged
with "circulation of fabrica-
tions known to be false
which defame the Soviet
sate and social system."
Under Soviet law, he
faces a maximum penalty
of three years imprison-

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of course, but of clearing out
terrorists. Our people in ob-
servation posts could make
out the progress of their
movements inside the
camp."
But another soldier was
quoted as saying the
Phalangists had said before
entering the camp: "We are
going in to kill terrorists,"

and another was quoted as
having been told by
Phalangists that they re-
garded any Palestinian
male over 12 as a terrorist.
The soldiers said news of
the slaughter was known by
early Friday morning, and
the news was passed on to
higher authorities at that
time.

Soviet Jewry Conference Leaders to Meet in Israel

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knowledge: "It's really in-
furiating to hear them try-
ing to shake off responsibil-
ity.
"The Christians operated
in full coordination with us
and with our full support.
We were alerted by radio
that they were coming and
told to let them through. No
one thought of a massacre,

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Israel Airlines' share of
U.S.-Israel air traffic has
dropped from 90 percent in
1978 to 75 percent today.
In 1978, the U.S.-Israel
air traffic agreement went
into effect, permitting U.S.
charter flights to Israel.
According to Aviation
Week and Space Technol-
ogy magazine, much of the
charter business has gone to
Metro International Air-
ways, the passenger sub-
sidiary of Flying Tigers air-
line. Israel is now asking for
changes in the 1978 agree-
ment.

ment or "internal exile."
The 52-year-old engineer,
a recipient of the Soviet
Order of Merit for Patriotic
Work, and his wife, Valen-
tina, have been the constant
target of KGB harassment
since they applied for emig-
ration to Israel in May 1978.
Kochubievsky has
been accused of
"counter-revolutionary
activities" for his writ-
ings which Soviet

authorities claim contain
material which slanders
the Soviet Union. He was
first warned about these
writings last March and
told that if he continued it
could provoke a harsh
reaction in the future.
In a related development,
it was learned that Anatoly
Shcharansky has been un-
able to communicate at all
with his family since
January.

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