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October 22, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BEIRUT (ZINS) — The
newspaper Haaretz re-
ported that a number of Is-
raeli women who married -
Arab men and were living
in Lebanon sought out Is-
raeli soldiers in Beirut in
order to renew contacts with
their Israeli families.

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir has urged
American Jews not to allow
debate over President
Reagan's Middle East peace
initiative to undermine
their support for Israel.
Speaking to several
hundred members of the
Washington area's Jewish
community at the Israeli
Embassy, Shamir warned
against the creation among
Jewish people of "a climate
of internal dispute and de-
bate which would under-
mine the support of world
Jewry" for Israel.
He said Jews throughout
the world have always sup-
ported Israel regardless of
the policies of whatever par-
ticular government was in
office af the time.
Shamir said Reagan's
initiative has the poten-
tial to cause disputes not
only within the Jewish
community but also
within Israel itself, be-
tween Israel and the U.S.
and within the Arab
world.
He called for a return to
the "step-by-step approach"
of the Camp David agree-
ment which, he said, is the
best way to reach a solution
not only for the West Bank
and Gaza but also for Mid-
dle East peace.
Asked why Israel contin-
ued to build settlements on
the West Bank, Shamir re-
plied that if it stopped, it
would be accepting the
American position that the
territory should be under
Arab control.
Shamir spoke at the em-
bassy just before his second
meeting with Secretary of
State George Shultz. While
they discussed the Reagan
peace initiative, most of
their talks, called "consul-
tations" by the State De-
partment, centered on the
withdrawal of Israeli, Sy-
rian and Palestine Libera-
tion Organization forces
from Lebanon.
Israel wants security in
south Lebanon worked out
between itself and the
Lebanese government with
the Lebanese army eventu-
ally having responsibility
for security in the area. The
Israelis opposed the use of
the United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL)
which now has some 7,000
troops in the area.
State
Department
spokesman John Hughes
said the U.S. has an
"acute interest" in south
Lebanon and, like Israel,
wants to see that area not
used again "as a launch-
ing pad for terrorist at-
tacks on Israel." But he
refused to give any de-
tails of the meetings be-
tween Shultz and Shamir.

However, the possibility
emerged of a multinational
force similar to the one now
in Beirut being used to
maintain security in south
Lebanon. It was not clear
whether such a force would
have U.S. marines and
French and Italian troops,
as is the case now in Beirut.

up of troops from other
countries.
White House Counsellor
Edwin Meese III, appearing
on the CBS-TV "Face the
Nation" program, reiter-
ated that the marines are in
Lebanon for a "very limited
duration" although he
would not give a time limit

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