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Mubarak Warns Israel
on Its Lebanon Policy

By JUDITH KOHN

cism from Jewish com-
(Editor's note: Judith munities abroad,
Kohn, who was an intern Mubarak hailed "those
at the Jewish Tele- Israelis who have de-
graphic Agency last nounced the massacres
summer, is now living in within Israel itself and all
Cairo and will be filing over the world."
The president's speech
reports from there.)
CAIRO (JTA) — marked the culmination of a
President Hosni Mubarak, growing wave of official and
in an address marking the semi-official rhetoric con-
inauguration of this year's demning Israeli policy in
parliamentary session, is- Lebanon and its rejection of
sued a sharply-worded de- the Reagan Middle East
nunciation of Israeli policy plan.
Although Mubarak made
in Lebanon and warned Is-
rael that its actions would no mention of sanctions
have "grave repercussions." against Israel, Egypt has
At the same time, how- reportedly asked Israel not
ever, he reiterated Egypt's to participate in the inter-
commitment "to every con- national farm equipment
vention and every agree- fair scheduled for this
ment" to which his country month, and the Egyptian
Foreign Minister has or-
was party.
Although the president dered the formation of a
announced no specific committee to assess rela-
measures against Israel in tions between the two coun-
the wake of the massacre by tries.
Meanwhile, Egypt hai in-
Phalangist militiamen of
Palestinian refugees in Be- formed the United States
irut, the stinging tone of his that Israel should withdraw
address underscored the its troops from Lebanon
strain in relations between immediately without wait-
the two countries which has ing for other foreign forces
increased dramatically in to leave, according to a re-
port in Al-Ahram.
recent weeks.
The report stated that
Egypt has officially
blamed Israel for the mas- Ali told U.S. special
sacre and recalled its am- envoy Philip Habib in his
meeting with him several
bassador from Israel.
"The Israeli policy has days ago that an im-
done a lot of harm to the mediate withdrawal of
cause of peace and stabil- Israeli troops would
ity in the area," he de- serve as a catalyst for
clared to the legislators. withdrawal of other
Referring to what he foreign forces from
called Israel's illusion of Lebanon.
In another development
military might that he
said was shattered by Syria told the U.S. that it
Egypt in 1973, Mubarak would withdraw its troops
declared that "once from Lebanon if asked to do
again it is beating the so by the Lebanese govern-
drums of war." This was ment and if Israel's forces
a reference to the Yom pulled out of the country.
Kippur War.
"It is imperative for the Rabbis' Unit
Israeli government to Forms Social
understand that this policy Action Group
that they are adopting will
NEW YORK — A na-
have the grave repercus-
sions and that they will tional social action commit-
definitely backfire on them, tee, aimed at involving
and that this policy will America's estimated 1.5
never annihilate the people million Conservative Jews
of Palestine or eliminate the in domestic and interna-
right of the Palestinians to tional issues, has been es-
have their own homeland, tablished by the Rabbinical
just like the other people in Assembly.
Assembly officials hope
the world," the president
the committee can stem the
warned.
Referring to the Palesti- growing anti-Israel criti-
nian killings, Mubarak cism being voiced by certain
added: "These constant and segments of the American
successive campaigns of population. Rabbi Myron M.
mutilation and massacre by Fenster, of Roslyn, N.Y.,
the Israelis will never de- has been named chairman
stroy the will of the Palesti- of the committee.
nian people to drive them to
Physicians Plan
frustration in any way. On
the contrary, this will Florida Meeting
enhance the determination
American Physicians Fel-
of the people to stand firm lowship for Medicine in Is-
and to survive and retain rael will have its 10th an-
their identity."
nual Florida midwinter as-
The president warned sembly Feb. 20-25 at the
that "Israel cannot go on oc- Diplomat Resort and Coun-
cupying and threatening try Club, Hollywood.
the Lebanese people and
Scientific sessions will be
threatening to intervene in held each weekday morning
their affairs," and said that and earn 18 credit hours in
the recent massacre Category 1.
"showed that occupation'
Physicians who wish to
breeds only atrocities, crime present lectures can make
and bloodshed."
arrangements to do so.
Noting the public out-
. For details, call Dr. Ber-
cry in Israel following the nard Weston, 353-
massacre, as well as criti- 5660.

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