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December 03, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 3, 1982 5

Continuity of Inquiry-Assured; Impact on Congress

(Continued from Page 1)
again why his government
approved the entry of the
Lebanese Christian
Phalangists into the Sabra
and Shatila camps despite
the danger of "acts of re-
venge and bloodshed" in the
wake of the assassination
two days before of their
leader, President-elect
Bashir Gemayel.
The sources close to
Begin point out that the
commission plainly ac-
cepted his version of the

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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir of Israel ended his
three-day visit to Zaire on
Wednesday with the sign-
ing of a number of mutual
cooperation agreements in
the fields of agriculture,
construction and military
technology.
Zaire has also reportedly
agreed to landing rights in
Kinshasa for Israeli air-
craft.
Israeli correspondents
quoted Zaire President
Mobutu Sese Seko as saying
his recognition of Israel and
resumption of relations did
not lessen his view that the
PLO was the sole spokes-
man for the Palestinians,
who deserved a homeland of

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facts pertaining to him-
self: that he knew nothing
of the massacre while it
was in progress, since
none of the reports that
did come in were relayed
to him.
The sources say Begin
will demand early elections
if the commission in its find-
ings attribute any negli-
gence or wrongdoing what-
ever to him. These sources
say Begin is confident that
he would be returned with
an increased majority.

their own.
Mobutu also.said that Is-
raeli troops should leave
Lebanon immediately.
While Israel hopes that
the renewed relations
with Zaire will open the
way to renewal of rela-
tions with other African
countries, Mobutu and
Zaire reportedly hope
that their, renewed
friendship with Israel
will pay off with greater
U.S. sympathy for the
Zaire government.
Gideon Patt, Israel's
Minister of Industry and
Trade, who was in Geneva,
Switzerland attending the
GATT (General Agreement
on Tariffs and Trade)
ministerial conference, met
with delegates of four Black
so Ima ow NE =I
African countries which
have no diplomatic rela--
tions' with Israel.
The delegates told him
they hoped Israel will
strengthen its commercial
and industrial ties. with
their countries. Patt said
they hinted that the trade
contacts might very well
hasten the resumption of
diplomatic ties if Israel aids
their countries with com-
mercial, trade and indus-
trial know-how.

ow so sin am

The commission defined
the possible damaging con-
clusions against Begin as
follows: "That the prime
minister did not appropri-
ately consider the role to be
played by the Lebanese
forces (Phalangists) during
and following the Israel De-
fense Force's entry into west
Beirut and ignored the
danger of acts of revenge
and bloodshed by those
forces . ."
The notification sent to
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon warned that if the
commission finds that he
disregarded the danger of
Phalangist acts of revenge
in the refugee camps and
did not take the proper steps
to prevent them, he may be.
legally culpable.
He would also be dam-
aged, the commission
said, if it was found that
he did not remove the
Phalangists from the
camps quickly enough or
failed to take proper
steps to protect the civi-
lian population after he
received reports of the
murders. -
Foreign Minister Yitzhak

Shamir could be harmed,
the commission warned, if it
found that he did not•take
the appropriate steps to find
out if reports of Phalangist
acts were true after he
heard of them from Com-
munications Minister Mor-
dehai Zipori or if he did not
relay the reports to the
Premier or the Defense
Minister.
Chief of Staff Gen.
Raphael Eitan was in-
formed that he could be
damaged if the commission
found that he disregarded
the possibility of revenge or
other bloodshed by the
Phalangists against civi-
lians in the refugee camps

and did- not take appropri-
ate measures to prevent it,
or if he failed to check the
information - or to end the
Phalangist operation
quickly enough.

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