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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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Frida y , October 1; 1982,;

;:; THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arens: Lebanese Sovereignty Dependent on U.S. and Israel Tel Aviv Protest Rally
WASHINGTON (JTA) — that the U.S. and Israel are
In addition to these goals, asked for," he said.
Largest Ever Held in Israel
Israeli Ambassador Moshe "working at crossed pur- Arens said Israel had two
Arens maintained that

sirens stressed that the re-
3toration of Leban,e'se sov-
reig-nty cannot be 'Achieved
without the "close coopera-
tion" of the governments of
Israel and the United
States.
Answering questions by
reporters at a meeting spon-
sored by the American
EnterprikSe Institute, Arens
said that the goals that the
Reagan Administration
seeks in Lebanon cannot be
achieved if there is a percep-
tion, especially in Lebanon,

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The envoy noted that the
U.S.' goals in Lebanon, as
outlined by President Re-
agan, are the same that Is-
rael wishes to achieve there.
This includes the resto-
ration of Lebanese inde-
pendence; the departure
of all foreign forces, in-
cluding thousands of
Palestine Liberaiton
Organization terrorists
from north Lebanon and
the Bekaa valley, the Sy-
rian forces and the Israeli
army; and the assurances
for the security of north-
ern Israel. "We want to be
sure ... that south Leba-
non cannot become once
again a base for terrorist
attacks against Israel,"
Arens said.

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other goals that had not
been articulated by the U.S.
They are assuring that
Lebanon be part of the
Western world and that it
sign a peace treaty with Is-
rael.
Arens rejected charges
that Israel had "misled" the
U.S. since the start of the
"Peace for Galilee" opera-
tion last June. He said that
since he arrived in Wash-
ington last February, he
and visiting Israeli officials
have made it clear to the
U.S. that Israel could not
continue the situation in
which its "population in
northern Israel was held
hostage to the PLO ter-
rorists" and that eventually
some type of military action
would have to be taken.
He said Israel delayed the
military action to allow spe-
cial U.S. envoy Philip Habib
to carry on his negotiations
aimed at removing Syrian
anti-aircraft missiles from
the Bekaa valley.
The Israeli envoy de-
nied that his government
has broken a commit-
ment not to enter west Be-
irut under any circum-
stances when Israeli
troops moved into that
part of the Lebanese cap-
ital Sept. 15 after the as-
sassination of
President-elect Bashir
Gemayel of Lebanon. "I
personally do not feel
that any kind of commit-
ment of that nature was
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Israel entered west Beirut
because the PLO had vio-
lated the commitment in its
departure by leaving men
and vast stores of arms be-
hind.
He said the multination
force left Beirut without
turning over military posi-
tions and arms to the
Lebanese army as they were
supposed to do by the depar-
ture agreement and the
Lebanese army in turn re-
fused to move into west Be-
irut.
He said that when the
Israeli army entered, it
found more than 1,000
PLO terrorists still there
and vast supplies of
arms, including such
heavy equipment as
tanks and rocket laun-
chers. He said the
amount exceeded the es-
timates of intelligence
services, including that
of Israel. In the first two
days, the terrorists
fought back against Is-
rael and six Israeli
soldiers were killed and
50 injured, Arens said.

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Last Saturday night's rally
here to protest the mas-
sacre of Palestinians in
two refugee camps in west
Beirut and the govern-
ment's refusal (at that
point) to launch a full in-
dependent investigation of
the carnage was the
largest rally ever to have
taken place in Israel,
either in support of or in
opposition to government
policies. It also saw a
number of significant
firsts.
The rally's organizers —
the Labor Alignment, the
Shinui Party and the
Peace Now movement —
claimed that "over
400,000" people partici-
pated from all over the
country and that the par-
ticipants crossed party
lines.
According to observers
who have attended rallies
in the past, this one, at
which speakers also called
for the resignation of Pre-
mier Menahem Begin and
Defense Minister Ariel

Israel Angered Over Meeting
of German, PLO Officials

BONN (JTA) — Israel bers of the Young Guard of
protested to the West Ger- Chancellor Helmut
man government against a Schmidt's Social Demo-
meeting last week between cratic Party. The Young
Peter Corterier, the West Guard is known for its anti-
German Vice Foreign Israel attitude.
Minister, and the represen-
tatives in Bonn of the Pales- Tigers to Retire
tine Liberation Organiza-
Hank Greenberg
tion, Abdullah Frangi.
But a West German gov- Uniform No. 5
ernment spokesman said
The Detroit Tigers will
that while the Corterier-
Frangi meeting took place retire the uniform number
in the Foreign Ministry five, worn by Hall of Famer
office, it did not constitute a Hank Greenberg, in a cere-
mony next summer, accord-
change of West German pol- ing
to team officials.
icy or represent an official
Greenberg played 11 sea-
recognition by Bonn of the
sons with the Tigers during
PLO.
the 1930s and 1940s before
Meanwhile, Frangi and a closing out his career with
PLO spokesman on a visit in
Bonn were given an the Pittsburgh Pirates in
enthusiastic reception last 1947. The first baseman
compiled a .313 lifetime
Saturday by members of the batting average and hit 331
Bundestag, representing home runs, leading the
various parties.
League in hom-
The West German gov- American
ers four times.
ernment dissociated it-
During the same cere-
self from allegations by mony,
Hall of Famer Char-
Frangi that Israeli
lie Gehringer's number two
soldiers in Lebanese uni- will
also be retired.
form carried out the mas-
sacre in Beirut. A gov-
ernment spokesman said ZOA, Herut
the government had no Disavow Support
evidence whatever to
substantiate such a of Reagan Plan
charge.
NEW YORK — Two
Last week, the West Jewish organizations have
German government pub- disassociated themselves
lished strong con- from a report in the New
demnation of Israel over the York Times which claimed
Palestinian massacre in Be- that "all 67 international
irut and called for an inde- affiliates" of the World
pendent investigation of the Jewish Congress supported
killings. At the same time, President Reagan's recent
the government left open Middle East peace pro-
the possibility of inviting posals.
The Zionist Organiza-
PLO chief Yasir Arafat to
come to Bonn for talks with tion of America (ZOA) and
the United Zionists-
government officials.
Several thousand demon- Revisionists (Herut-
strators protested in Bonn U.S.A.) issued separate
against the massacre in two statements last week pro-
Beirut refugee camps and testing misrepresentation
warmly applauded Frangi of their positions -regard-
when he equated Israel with ing the American plan in
the Nazis. Many of the a Sept. 22 New York
demonstrators were mem- Times report.

Sharon, was marked by
the presence of a small but
significant number of pro-
testers wearing knitted
skullcaps which has be-
come the mark of the
young members of the Na-
tional Religious Party.
Few, if any, such head-
wear was seen at previous
protest demonstrations.
Equally unusual was
the presence this time of
men and women who
were described as "not
Ashkenazim." This de-
scription was not used
by commentators as a
form of racism or denig-
ration, but merely to
state a visible fact.
Previous rallies critical
of the Likud government
and its policies were nota-
ble for the almost complete
absence of the Sephardic
segment of the population
which university
sociologists and political
researchers claim to be the
largest single component
in Begin's "constituency."
Both these firsts may
indicate the start of a
change in the hitherto
solid support for Begin and
Sharon in their prosecu-
tion of the war in Leba-
non, political analysts
noted. The presence of
young NRP members and
Sephardim may account
for shifts in both the NRP
and Tami Party stands,
until now opposed to a jud-
icial inquiry into the Be-
irut massacre and in gen-
eral support of Begin and
Sharon.
Speakers at the demon-
stration included Labor
Party leaders Shimon
Peres and Yitzhak Rabin,
Shinui Party leader
Amnon Rubinstein, Civil
Rights Party leader
Shulamit Aloni, Peace
Now Spokesman Tzali Re-
shef, Mapam leader Victor
Shemtov, and .Avraham
Burg, a reserve combat
officer and son of Interior
Minister Yosef Burg.
Meanwhile, Likud de-
cided to cancel its plans to
hold a mass rally here
Saturday night in answer
to the massive rally last
Saturday. Likud spokes-
men said they did not wish
"further to widen the gap
within the Israeli public"
or to "add to the waste of
millions of shekels spent
by the opposition in or-
ganizing its rally."
But the real reason for
the cancellation of the
Likud demonstration, for
which advertisements
have already appeared in
the local press, was the
fear that the pro-Likud or-
ganizers would not be able
to match the record turn-
out of last Saturday
night's rally. A smaller
attendance, it was noted,
would be seen as a prop-
aganda defeat for the gov-
ernment.

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painting, poetry, music,
architecture or philosophy,
he makes a bad husband
and an ill provider.
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