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November 05, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-05

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20 Friday, November 5, 1982

Lebanon Withdrawal Talks Drag

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
U.S. special envoy Morris
Draper continued his talks
with Israeli leaders this
week in an attempt to reach
agreement on the
framework of proposed
negotiations for the with-
drawal of all foreign forces
from Lebanon and security
arrangements in south
Lebanon.

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that the Israeli and Ameri-
can positions do not coincide
and there has been uncon-
cealed disappointment in
Israeli circles with Draper's
stand on specific demands
being made by Israel.
The American envoy has
continued to urge the Is-
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difficult for President Amin

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Gemayel of Lebanon. Some
Israeli sources . have
suggested that Draper
seems to be speaking for
Gemayel rather than for the
U.S.
It has become evident
in recent weeks that the
newly-elected Lebanese
President is trying to dis-
tance himself from Israel
in order to improve his
relations with the other
Arab countries and with
Lebanon's Moslem
Majority.
The Lebanese prime
minister said this week that
the Lebanese government
' was "paralyzed" in the
areas controlled by Israel.
The U.S. announced ear-
lier this week that the
multi-national force in Be-
irut will begin street patrols
in east Beirut. It also said
that a decision on expand-
ing the number of U.S.
Marines in the force and
adding other troops to the
force, would not be made
until there is an agreement
on the withdrawal of foreign
forces in Lebanon.
On Sunday, Syria fired
two missiles at Israeli
planes flying over the
Bekaa Valley. The missiles
were fired from inside Syria
and did not hit any planes.
One Israeli was killed last
week inside Lebanon.

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Israel Theater Group Won't
Change Controversial Play

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Neve Zedek Theater man-
agement, armed with a
legal opinion by Attorney
General Yitzhak Zamir
against censorship, refused
to delete two segments of its
controversial production
"The Patriot" as demanded
by the government.-
appointed film and stage
, censorship board.
Instead, the theatrical
group is demanding im-
mediate recisioh of the ban
imposed by the censors on
the production and repealof
all censorship regulations
aimed at cultural activities.
"The Patriot" by Hanoch
Levin, a cabaret style revue
rather than a play, opened
in Tel Aviv last week in de-
-fiance of the ban and despite
a police warning that they
would shut it down. The
police did not, however,
inteffere with the two per-
formances given so far to
packed houses.

The censors found the
production to be offen-
sive to nationalistic and
religious values and
other traditions of Israeli
society. But Attorney
General Zamir, acting at
the request of Neve
Zedek, sent an implicit
rebuke to the censorship

board for imposing, the
ban. Zamir maintained
that censorship was
permissable only in "ex-
treme cases."
The board,' for its part,
complained that Neve
Zedek was using it to gener-
ate publicity for "The Pat-
riot."
According • to board
chairman Joshua Justman,
the actual production dif-
fered appreciably from the
script submitted to the cen-
sors. Justman alleged that
the playwright himself de-
leted 40 percent of the orig-
inal text including scenes
the board had found offen-
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