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November 19, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-19

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Friday, November 19, 1982 5

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The Jewish Standard, of Toronto, Ontario, is using a Detroit post office
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massacre were not his men,
he said. He personally spent
Friday, Sept. 17, in the Be-
irut vicinity, but did not ap-
proach west Beirut. He said
he had spent the day paying
a condolence visit to the
Gemayel family.
Meanwhile, an aide to
Chief of Staff Gen. Rafael
Eitan contradicted tes-
timony given by Premier
Menahem Begin last week.
Lt. Col. Zeev Zahcharin,
head of the Chief of Staffs
Bureau, told the commis-
sion that Eitan had in-
formed him, by telephone on
Saturday morning, Sept. 18,
that he had talked to Begin
that morning and briefed
him on events in the Sabra
refugee camp of the two pre-
ceding days. Begin testified
when he appeared before
the panel that he had not
spoken to Eitan until late
Saturday because he had
spent the entire day at his
synagogue for Rosh
Hashana services.
Zahcharin also con-
tradicted earlier tes-
timony by Brig. Gen.
Amir Drori, commander
of the northern sector,
that he had first heard
that Christian Phalangist
units were to be allowed
to enter the Sabra and
Shatila camps on Wed-
nesday, Sept. 15, a day
after the assassination of
Lebanon's President-
Elect Bashir Gemayel,
the Phalangist leader.

According to the aide,
Eitan received his orders for
the Phalangist actions from
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 14, shortly after
Gemayel's death was ascer-
tained, and had transmitted
them immediately to Gen.
Two senior military offi-
cers gave conflicting evi-
dence to the commission
last Thursday on the flow of
information from army in-
telligence to the Defense
Minister's Office regarding
the massacres. Col. Moshe
Hevroni, assistant to mili-
tary intelligence chief Gen.
Yehoshua Sagui, said he
briefed Sharon's office on
Friday, Sept. 17.
But Col. Reuven Guy, a
member of the Defense
Ministry's national security
unit, supported earlier
testimony by his superior,
Avi Dudai, that he had no
such report that Friday.


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Haddad Charges Conspiracy

Major Saad Haddad, self-
appointed Christian leader
of south Lebanon, charged
Wednesday that allegations
that his men participated in
the Sabra and Shatila mas-
sacre were a result of a con-
spiracy between the Chris-
tians and the Moslems in
Speaking before the in-
quiry commission on the
massacre, Haddad men-
tioned former Premier Saeb
Salam as a key figure in
that conspiracy.
"Salam and the local
mufti (religious leader)
gave a declaration in order
to deceive public opinion.
They said Major Haddad's
troops (did it)." According to
Haddad, Salam knew the
identity of those responsible
for the massacre, but
covered them.
Haddad said that resi-
dents of the camp
charged that his men
were responsible be-
cause all Lebanese forces
wear the same uniforms
(which come "from the
same restaurant" in his
words) and because they
were in panic.
Haddad repeated his ear-
lier claims that under an
agreement with IDF, his
men did not cross the Awali
River north of Sidon, and
this order was kept fully.
Three men that were stop-
ped by the IDF in the Beirut
vicinity shortly after the


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Times Article Riles Israel

column in the New York
Times by editorial page
editor Max Frankel that the
Labor Party opposition
wants the United States to
reduce its aid to Israel as a
means of pressuring the
Begin government has
triggered a political storm
in Israel.
The story broke in the
media Tuesday night in a
report that was sent from
New York by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. The
Labor Party flatly denied
Frankel's report, but gov-
ernment figures lashed out
at the opposition for lack of
Frankel,' in a two-part
series Monday and Tuesday
wrote that "the govern-
ment's opponents, in sum,
are frail and timid" and
"thus reduced to begging
America to break Mr. Be-
gin's political power, and it
now advocates means that
would have been unthink-
able even a few weeks ago.
The startling plea by many
leading Israelis (is) that the
United States reduce its
economic aid to their na-

Frankel stated that Be-
gin's opponents "acknowl-
edge political weakness,
which is mainly due to Mr.
Begin's success in rallying
the large, resentful com-
munity of Middle Eastern
Jews against the affluent or
socialistic elites of Euro-
pean origin." The opposi-
tion, therefore, according to
Frankel, wants the U.S.
help them topple the Begin

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Twenty-five experts on
areas ranging from Yiddish
theater and the teaching
process to video resources of
language learning, teach-
ing Yiddish literature in
translation, and current
second language
methodologies will present
their research, lead dis-
cussions and workshops.

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