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October 08, 1982 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-08

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6 Friday, October 8, 1981

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Beirut Massacre Commissioners Appointed

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considerations.
Barak, 36, served as At-
torney General in the late
70s, beginning under a
Labor government and re-
maining in office after
Likud took power. He
played a key role in the
Camp David negotiations of
September 1978 as a legal
adviser to the Israeli
negotiating team.
Efrat, 56, now heads a
fuel transportation com-
pany. A lifelong soldier with
an outstanding record, he
has never been involved in
politics.
Meanwhile, a group of
senior Israeli army offi-
cers who have reportedly
called for the resignation
of Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon for his conduct of
the war in Lebanon, was
said to fear that the in-
quiry might blame the
army for actions in west
Beirut initiated and or-
dered by the political
leaders.
Those misgivings were

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Other Israeli newspap-
ers and the State radio
correspondent, Shmuel
Tal, said that the Times'
report was "over-
dramatized and exagger-
ated." But it was gener-
ally acknowledged that
some officers demanded
that Sharon resign.
The meeting, held at an
undisclosed location outside
Tel Aviv, lasted six hours. It
was described as. "highly
emotional but nowhere near
a mutiny." Officers who had
criticized Sharon sharply
earlier in the day were said
to have modified their tone
in his presence.
According to the reports,
Sharon attacked the officers
for demanding the resigna-
tion of a minister and ad-
vised them to resign their
own commissions if they
wanted to enter politics.
Sharon, in a radio inter-
view last week, said he
might resign if the inquiry
commission proved that Is-
raeli soldiers had taken part

Carter Blasts Begin Attitude

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Former President Jimmy
Carter believes, "If Israel
were to annex the West
Bank it would be, in effect,
rejecting Resolution 242 as
a basis for peace" in the
Middle East. That, accord-
ing to Carter, "would re-
move any vestige of legiti-
macy from the Israeli claim
that they are searching for a
peaceful solution" and
would "probably terminate
the Israeli-Egyptian
treaty."
Carter stated his views in
the course of a four-hour
interview with senior
editors of Time magazine in
Plains, Ga. in connection
with the publication next
month of "Keeping Faith," a
personal account of his
years at the White House.
- Lengthy extracts from
the book, published in the
Oct. 11 issue of Time, are a
day-by-day summary of the

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expressed before the corn-
mission's composition was
announced. The officers
pointed out that the deci-
sion for the Israeli army to
enter west Beirut on Sept.
15 and later to send the
Phalangists into the Shatila
and Sabra refugee camps
where the massacres oc-
curred, were both taken on
the highest political level.
An army spokesman con-
firmed that a meeting took
place last week between
these officers and Sharon
but vigorously denied -a re-
port in the London Sunday
Times that it had turned
into a "near mutiny." The
Times story was co-
authored by the news-
paper's Jerusalem corre-
spondent, David Blundy,
and Hirsch Goodman, mili-
tary correspondent of the
Jerusalem Post.
The Post reported its de-
tails were known to
Goodman and other Israeli
reporters last week but
could not be published at
the time.

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Camp David meetings in
September 1978 between
Carter,. Israeli Premier
Menahem Begin and
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt.
In the interview, pub-
lished in the same edition,
Carter confessed he was
"pro-Sadat." He said he
found the late Egyptian
leader "completely open,
courageous, generous, far-
sighted . . . willing to ig-
nore details to reach an ul-
timate goal of peace . . ."
Of Begin, Carter told
the Time editors: "He is a
man of almost unshake-
able beliefs. He finds it
very difficult to change
his mind. It was torture
for him to agree to re-
move the settlers from
Sinai. He has a single-
minded commitment to
annex permanently all
the other occupied ter-
ritories . . ."
In Carter's view, "There
is no doubt Begin's purpose
all the time (at Camp
David) was to cut a separate
deal with Egypt. He disav-
owed that intention, but all
his actions, all his words
indicated that. Begin was
the most recalcitrant of all
the Israelis at Camp
David."
Speaking of recent
events, Carter told Time, "I
was shocked and repulsed
by the attacks on the Pales-
tinians in Lebanon. The
bloodshed was grossly out of
proportion to any threat to

Israel on the northern bor-
der."
Later in the interview, he
accused Begin of "a ten-
dency to treat the Palesti-
nians with scorn, to look
down on them almost as
sub-humans and to
rationalize his abusive atti-
tude toward them by
categorizing all Palesti-
nians as terrorists."
He added: "I do not think
Begin has any intention of
ever removing the settle-
ments from the West Bank
and that is a very serious
mistake for Israel."

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in the west Beirut mas-
sacre. Not even Israel's
harshest critics have ever
contended that was the
case. The Israelis were
faulted for allowing the
Phalangists to enter the
refugee camps.
Sharon insisted that the
governmeht did not have
the slightest suspicion of
what would ensue because
it regarded the Phalangists
f aosrcae. disciplined military

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