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October 22, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-22

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28 Friday, October 22, 1982

THE IDEITiOlt JEWISH NEWS

Sharon Plagued by Problems With Media, Reservists

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Ariel Sha-
ron's running battle with
the media and with groups

of army reservists erupted
anew Monday. The issues
involved, though unrelated,
have brought demands that

he apologize to soldiers who
say they were maligned by
Sharon or his spokesmen.
The Defense Minister, ac-

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October 30

Saturday Morning
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Sunday Afternoon
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November 1

Monday Morning
10:00-12:00 Noon

Monday Afternoon

companied by Chief of Staff
Gen. Rafael Eitan, met with
editors of leading newspap-
ers to "set the record
straight" about a crack re-
serve paratroop brigade
which Sharon claimed was
not called to action in Leba-
non last summer because of
low morale. The brigade
was, in fact, called up twice
for combat duties, as Eitan
himself confirmed. Sharon
acknowledged yesterday
that it had performed with
"courage and efficiency."
But he insisted that mis-
givings as to its fighting
capabilities were justtified
at the time because of "un-
bridled" media criticism of
the war in Lebanon that
may have affected morale.
Press reaction to Sharon's
attempted reconciliation
was summed up in a Maariv
headline today which said
"Hard Feelings Continue."

GENEVA (JTA) — The
International Committee of.
the Red Cross accounted
here that Israeli authorities
have returned to Syria a Sy-
rian soldier who was seri-
ously wounded during the
war in Lebanon.
After being captured by
the IDF he underwent sev-
eral operations in Israeli
hospitals, the committee
reported. He is the third Sy-
rian soldier to be returned.

The other issue stem-
med from the announce-
ment by Army Advocate
General Dov Shefi last
week that eight soldiers,
including officers, will go
on trial before a regional
military court on charges
of mistreating the Arab
population on the West
Bank and that two other
officers would be re-
lieved of their duties.

October 31

Sunday Morning
10:00 A.M.

Israel Returns Syrian Soldier

The charges that the
soldiers used violence,
against local Arabs were
made by reserve officers
who are members of the
Peace Now movement at a
press • conference in
Jerusalem last May.

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Meanwhile, there are still
some 30 Syrian prisoners in
Israel and three Israeli
soldiers remain prisoners in
Syria. The PLO continues to
hold eight Israeli soldiers in
Lebanon, the committee
said.

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with respect is giving him
an advantage to which he is
not entitled.
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Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem

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Max Nosanchuk
Honorary
Chairman

Irving Nusbaum

Co-Chairman

Support the Hospital which has been serving the city of Jerusalem and all of Israel with
extraordinary devotion for over 80 years in War and Peace.

Special Project for 1982

The Dedication of Lecture Hall in the
School of Nursing
in memory of Rabbi Joshua Sperka

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Harold Platt

Co-Chairman

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