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November 19, 1982 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, November 19, 1982

Pioneer Women
Cite Mrs. Abzug

Sharon Lists Demands for Lebanon Withdrawal

Affairs and Security Com-
mittee. He outlined a series
of demands which he said
must be met before Israeli
troops are pulled out of
Lebanon. The security ar-
rangements must be im-
plemented and the process
of normalization begun be-
tween the two countries, he
said.
According to Sharon, "Af-
ter 7,000 terrorists
evacuate Lebanese terri-
tory, the Syrian army will
evacuate the Lebanon
mountains and concentrate
in the Bekaa valley. A mul-
tinational force will replace
the Syrian force. At the next
stage, a prisoner exchange
will take place and Israel_
will be given the bodies of
her dead."
Only at that stage will
the Israel Defense Force
withdraw to the 45-
kilometer security line,
which it will hold until a
security agreement with
Lebanon is reached. The

JERUSALEM (JTA) — the 45-kilometer zone north
Defense Minister Ariel of the Israeli border in
Sharon said that Israel will which the Israeli army will
not withdraw its forces from participate as well as the
Lebanon until it has a writ- Lebanese army.
Sharon laid down his
ten agreement with the
Lebanese government for terms in an appearance be-
security arrangements in fore the Knesset's Foreign

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agreement should in-
clude the presence of the
Lebanese army in the
south and joint supervi-
sion arrangements by the
Israelis and the Lebanese
army, Sharon said.
Labor MK Yossi Sarid, a
committee member, ob-
jected. He said Israel should
withdraw forthwith to the
45-kilometer line and
abandon grandiose illusions
which have nothing to do
with security.
He was attacked for
"weakness" by Likud MKs
Ehud Olmert, Yosef Rom
and Benny Shalita. They
insisted that Israel was now
at the point of extracting
significant political benefits,
from the war in Lebanon.
Meanwhile, the timetable
for talks between Israel and
Lebanon over the with-
drawal fo Israel and other
foreign forces from that
country and future security
arrangements have been
upset by Premier Menahem
Begin's return to Jerusalem
from the U.S. for the funeral
of his wife.
Officials in Israel could
not offer a possible
timetable for the impend-
ing talks. They have been
delayed until now be-
cause of wide differences
between the Israelis and
Lebanese over the char-
acter and level . of the

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A breakthrough had been
expected after Begin's meet-
ing with President Reagan
in Washington this week:
That meeting, scheduled for
today, has been deferred
and no new date was an-
nounced.
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir told the Cabinet
that because of the turn of
events, Reagan's special
envoy to the Middle East,
Philip Habib, will not come
to the region immediately.
According to reports in
Jerusalem, Israel is now
ready to drop its earlier de-
mand that the talks with
Lebanon be held on the
ministerial level so as to ac-
centuate their political na-
ture.
It is prepared to have
both delegations headed
by senior civil servants.
The Israeli choice, in that
case, would probably be
David Kimclie, director
general of the foreign
ministry.
But as of last week the
Lebanese were insisting
that military men head the
delegations though they
were willing to appoint
some ranking civilians to
their negotiating team.
In a related development,
Begin's sudden return to Is-
rael because of the death of
his wife has prevented the
_ Reagan Administration
from putting personal pres-
sure on the Israeli premier
- to freeze the establishment
of Jewish settlements on the
West Bank. Begin is not ex-
pected to return to the U.S.
soon.
Reagan made it clear at
his nationally televised
press conference last week
that he would discuss his
request for a settlement

freeze with Begin when the
two were to meet today as
scheduled.
Reagan
However,
ruled out using sanctions
against Israel to force a
freeze. "I don't think it
would be good diplomacy
to be threatening or any-
thing," he said. "And I
don't believe it is neces-
sary. I think that all of us
recognize that peace is
the ultimate goal."
He noted that "progress"
was being made in bringing
more Arab states into the
negotiations as demon-
strated by what he called
the "unique" visit to him by
a delegation of the Arab
League last month.
"There's a need now for
Israel to itself recognize
that they must play a part
in making it possible for
negotiations," he said. He
indicated that a settlement
freeze would also help
Lebanese President Amin
Gemayel in his task of re-
conciling Lebanese Moslem
groups to his new govern-
ment.
Meanwhile, a bazooka
shell was fired at an Israeli
army patrol near the inter-
national airport south of Be-
irut Tuesday. There were no
casualties, but one of the at-
tackers was killed by return
fire, a military spokesman
reported. The attacker's
identity was not im-
mediately established.

NEW YORK — Pioneer
Women recently conferred
honorary membership on
Bella Abzug, a former New
York Congresswoman and
long-time activist in behalf.
of women's rights.

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