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October 22, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sharon Tells UJA Leaders
of Israel's Security Needs

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon called on world
Jewry to support Israel in
its insistence on meaningful
security arrangements in
south Lebanon.
Sharon made his call last
week in an address to 1,000
United Jewish Appeal lead-
ers from the U.S. attending
the UJA's Campaign Lead-
ership Gathering in Israel.
Sharon met with the
group at the West Bank set-
tlement of Elkana.
Sharon told the UJA
leaders that if Israel "does
not stand firm now . . . we
may reach the same situa-
tion 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 re-
sponded 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 problem of
the threat of terrorism
(returning to) Lebanon."
Standing on a hilltipim
Elkana, from which the
Gush Emunim settlers and
visitors have a wide view of
the entire coastal plain — a
spot where Sharon fre-
quently brings visitors to
explain his security views
— the Defense Minister
blamed the Free World for
compromising with ter-
rorism instead of fighting
terrorism. This was an allu-
sion to the receptions given
to PLO leader Yasir Arafat
by leaders of West Euro-

pean nations, including the
Vatican. -
In fact, even as Sharon
was making his point,
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson of France was
preparing to fly to Tunisia
to meet with Arafat as part
of what French Foreign
Ministry officials described
as France's regular and fre-
quent contacts with all par-
ties involved in the Mideast
conflict.

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French Radicals
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in Paris Attacks

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PARIS (JTA) — Two men

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out gun and bomb attacks
on Israeli and American
diplomats in Paris were ar-
rested last week.
The two belong to the ex-
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ization which the French
government banned earlier
this year after suspecting it
of being behind part of the
anti-Semitic attacks here.
French Minister of State
for Public Security Joseph
Franceschi said he had
"personal evidence that Ac-
tion Directe's terrorist op-
erations are part of an anti-
Israeli and pro-Palestinian
international plan."
The two men, Frederic
Oriach, 29, and Christian
Gauzens, 25, are believed
to have carried out the
Sept. 17 attack against
the car of an Israeli dip-
lomat in which three
people, the diplomat and
two of his cousins, were
seriously wounded and
some 40 students at a
nearby school injured.
Police say documents
hidden by the two men in a
railway station locker also
implicate them in an explo-
sion in which two police
bomb disposal experts,were
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