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December 03, 1982 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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30 Friday, December 3, 1982

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Maronite Leader Backs Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Ettienne Sacre, leader of
the ultra rightwing Guard-
ians of the Cedars move-
ment in Lebanon, declared
in Israel on Wednesday that
Lebanon should not only
sign a formal peace treaty
with Israel but also a treaty
of mutual defense. He fully
backed Israel's terms for
withdrawing its forces from
Lebanon.
Sacre, a Maronite Chris-
tian also-known as Abu Arz,
demanded that all Palesti-
nians be forced to leave
Lebanon and claimed that
1 the Syrians and the Pales-
, tinian Liberation Organiza-
tion are now already com-
ing back to Beirut."
He refused to condemn
the massacre of, Palesti-
nians in the Shatila and
Sabra refugee camps in
west Beirut, calling the kil-
lings a Lebanese reaction to
"eight years of bloody fight-
ing and killings" which
culminated in the assassi-

nation of Lebanon's
President-elect Bashir
Gemayel.
During his two-day
visit to Israel, Sacre and
his associates were re-
ceived by Premier
Menahem Begin and met
with officials of the
Foreign Ministry and

members of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee.
Sacre attacked Lebanon's
Moslem prime minister,
Shafik a-Wazzan, as a
member of "the old guard of
corrupt politicians" and de-
nounced him for making
anti-Israel statements.

Dutch Envoy Holds 'Frank
Talks' With Begin in Israel

JERUSALEM .(JTA) —
The Foreign Minister of
Denmark, Uffe Ellemann-
Jensen, , had what was de-
scribed as a "frank" discus-
sion with Israeli Premier
Menahem- Begin Sunday
morning on Israeli policies
which have alienated many
of its friends and supporters
abroad.
Eliemann-Jensen, cur-
rent chairman of the Coun-
cil of Ministers of the Euro-
pean" Economic Community
(EEC), spoke on behalf of its

10 member-nations and ac-
cording to Danish sources
"pulled no punches" in what
they said was a head7on col-
lision between the two men
on four outstanding issues
in the Middle East. Begin
apparently was equally
forthright in defending his
government's policie-S.
The issues involved Is-
rael's settlement pro-
gram on the West Bank;
its treatment of the Pales-
tinians there, specifically
academic freedom;
President Reagan's Mid-
dle East initiative which
Israel has rejected; and
Israel's continued mili-
tary presence in Leba-
non.
The Danish diplomat re-
portedly urged Begin not to
waste time on procedural is-
sues but move ahead with
talks aimed at the speedy
withdrawal of Israeli forces '
from Lebanon. Begin, for
his part, stressed that Israel
has no territorial claims
whatever on Lebanon.

Legislator Urges
Support Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rep. Benjamin Rosenthal
(D-N.Y.), urged American
Jews to "stand united in our
unswerving support for the
state of Israel" and to "keep
the American government
principled and honest in its
role as Middle East
negotiator."
This means, said the
Congressman, a member of
the House Foreign Affairs
Committee's subcommittee
on Europe and the Middle
East, "saying yes to the Re-
agan Administration's de-
sire to advance the process
of peace, but no to any effort
to write the script of a set-
tlement in advance."
Rosenthal said that
American Jews can further
support Israel by "saying
yes to Camp David, but no to
the participation therein of
the PLO . . ."

Be g inS Visit

▪ Re-Scheduled

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin,
who cut short his American
visit because of the death of
his wife Aliza on Nov. 14,
will go to Washington in
January for meetings with
President Reagan and other
top Administration offi-
cials.
• Reagan is scheduled to
meet with King Hussein of
Jordan next month.
President Yitzhak Navon of
Israel is also going to Wash-
ington and will call on Re-
agan at the White House on
Jan. 5.

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