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October 15, 1982 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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Lebanon War

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael suffered 368 men dead
and 2,383 wounded in the
war in Lebanon, an army
spokesman announced
Tuesday. The official fig-
ures cover the period from
June 6 when Israel
launched its "Peace for
Galilee" operation until
Oct. 10.
In addition, eight Israeli
soldiers are prisoners of the
Palestinians, three are
prisoners of Syria and five
are listed as missing.

According to the
spokesman, the number
of dead include 10
soldiers killed in non-
combat incidents such as
traffic accidents and
training mishaps.

Sharon's spokesmap
said that the defense
minister would not
apologize. But he
amended Sharon's ear-
lier remarks. According
to the spokesman, Sha-
ron said he had "at one
time" hesitated to call up
the brigade in question
and did not "mobilize the
brigade at the time." But
the soldiers are not satis-
fied and insist on an
apology.

The TV military corre-
spondent said that Sharon's
explanation was "the latest
of four recent public lies ut-
tered by the Defense Minis-
ter." According to the corre-
spondent, Sharon had lied
when he told Italian jour-
nalist Oriana Falacci in an
interview that he had re-

cently spoken by phone to
former U.S. Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger. Kis-
singer immediately denied _
that statement and Sharon
subsequently admitted to
"an error."
According to the corre-
spondent, Sharon also lied
about the chronology of
events before and during,
the massacre of Palesti-
nians in west Beirut last
month and when he im-
plied, in the course of a
Knesset speech, that Israeli
officers were involved at
least as by-standers in the
massacre of Palestinians by
Lebanese Christians at Tel
Zaatar in 1976 when
Shimon Peres, now leader of
the opposition Labor
Alighment, was Israel's de,
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from members of a crack,
paratroop reservist brigade
who say he slandered them
and demand an apology.
The slander charge stems
from a remark attributed to
Sharon during the war in
Lebanon that he had to keep
the brigade out of action be-
cause of "morale problems
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