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October 15, 1982 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 Friday, October 15, 1982

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Israel Lists Conditions for IDF Withdrawal

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet Sunday spelled
out the conditions for the
withdrawal of Israel's forces
from Lebanon. In a six-point
resolution it adopted after a
four-hour meeting, the
Cabinet declared:
"Israel continues to strive
for a peace treaty with
Lebanon. The government
of Israel proposes to open
negotiations immediately
for the evacuation of all
foreign forces from all
Lebanese territory.
"The first to leave Leba-
non will be the terrorists,
who, even after the evacua-

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tion of their organizations
and headquarters from Be-
irut, are still concentrated
in the Bekaa and in the
northern part of the coun-
try.
"The Syrian army and
the IDF will leave Leba-
non simultaneously. All
Israeli prisoners, the
missing, and the bodies of
the fallen will be handed
over to the IDF before the
evacuation.
"Prior to the evacuation,
security arrangements will
be established which will
guarantee that Lebanon
will not again revert to be-
coming a base and launch-
ing ground for aggressive
acts of hostile forces against
Israel."
Cabinet secretary Dan
Meridor told reporters after
the Cabinet meeting that a
peace agreement with
Lebanon was not a precon-
dition for the withdrawal of
all foreign forces from
Lebanon.
However, during the
Cabinet meeting Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon in-
sisted that a peace agree-
ment should not be viewed
as a gift given by Lebanon to
Israel but as a mutual de-
fense pact needed by both
countries to assure their se-
curity.
He charged that the
United States was ham-
pering Israel's effort to
achieve a peace treaty by
trying to prevent direct
contacts between the
governments of Israel
and Lebanon;
Sharon had made a simi-
lar charge three days ear-
lier when he told a meeting
of former members of the Ir-
gun: "If there is an element
which today is hindering
the move towards an
Israel-Lebanon peace
agreement, it is the United
States."
However, Sharon's view
of the U.S. and the need to
reach a peace accord with
Lebanon was not unanim-
ously accepted by the
Cabinet. Deputy Premier
David Levy and Communi-
cations Minister Mordechai
Zipori said arrangements
with Lebanon should be
made in coordination with
the U.S.
Levy said that he, too,
would like to reach an im-
mediate peace accord with
Lebanon, but the question is
whether this goal is feasi-
ble. Other ministers also
expressed _doubt about
reaching an agreement
with Lebanon, especially at
this time when the govern-
ment of President Amin
Gemayel is still trying to
consolidate its power.
According to Cabinet
sources, Deputy Premier
Simha Ehrlich told Sha-
ron to present evidence
to prove his charge that
the U.S. was seeking to
hamper Israel's effort to
obtain a peace accord
with Lebanon "or desist
from further attacks on
our closest friend and
ally, the U.S."
Zipori accused Sharon of
making "reckless charges
and further endangering Is-
rael's position," the sources

said.
Meanwhile, it was re-
ported by the Jerusalem
Post that Sharon would like
to retain a 45-50 kilometer
security zone in southern
Lebanon. The area, accord-
ing to the Post, covers al-
most completely the total
region presently held by Is-
raeli forces. But it is some-
what unclear where the dis-
tance is to be measured
from.
If the point of departure is
the coastal area of Rosh
Hanikra north of Nahariya,
the line could be between
Tyre and Sidon. But if the
line is drawn from Metulla,
Israel's most northerly
point at the tip of the
Galilee panhandle, the line
would reach to Damour, just
south of Beirut.
In a related development,
Sharon called on world
Jewry to support Israel in
its insistence on meaningful
security arrangements in
south Lebanon. Sharon
made his call in an address
to 1,000 United Jewish Ap-
peal leaders from the
United States attending the
UJA's campaign leadership
gathering in Israel this
week.
Sharon told the UJA
leaders that if Israel
"does not stand firm now
. . . we may reach the
same situation that we
had before the war" in
Lebanon. "Nobody wants
to move the Israeli troops
out of Lebanon more
than we do ourselves," he
assured the visitors who
responded to this with

warm applause. "But it
would be a major mistake
if after so many sacrifices
and so many casualties
we were to move back
without solving the prob-
lem of the threat of ter-
rorism (returning) to
Levanon."
Sharon said Israel was
determined that no "ter-
rorist bases, headquarters,
units" operate against her
out of Lebanon ever again.

In Washington, former
Lebanese President
Camille Chamoun endorsed
the idea of a security
agreement between Israel
and Lebanon and recom-
mended that the American,
Italian and French forces
currently in Lebanon
should be increased and
kept there for two years.

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