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December 10, 1982 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Zaire Tries to Appease Arabs, French

PARIS (JTA) — Zaire has
reasserted its continued
support for the rights of the
Palestinian people as repre-
sented by the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization" and
said it will neither buy nor
"accept as a gift" weapons
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PLO in Lebanon.
The statement was issued
by Zaire's Embassy in Paris
last week less than 24 hours
after Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir of Israel con-
cluded a state visit to Zaire
as the guest of President
Mobutu Sese Seko. Accord-
ing to Israeli press reports,
Israel and Zaire signed a
number of agreements pro-
viding for agricultural and
military cooperation during
Shamir's three-day visit.
The Zairian statement,
issued by Ambassador
Mokolo Wa Npombo, said:
"Establishing diplomatic
ties with Israel does not
change Zaire's recognition
of Palestinian rights . . .
Zaire does not intend to
reorganize its armed forces
by taking advantage of the
misfortune (in war) of the
PLO." Israeli press reports
from Kinshasa said that Is-

Beirut Inquiry Body
Grants Extension

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Beirut inquiry has ex-
tended by one week the
15-day deadline it gave to
nine top officials to inform it
whether they wish to reap-
pear before it or exercise
other rights flowing from
their having been warned
that they "may be harmed"
by the commission's find-
ings.
The extension came, ac-
cording to IDF radio, after
requests from several of the
nine on the -grounds that
their attorneys were still
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material made available to
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rael was offering Zaire
Soviet and Western man-
ufactured weapons it cap-
tured during the war in
Lebanon to help Zaire reor-
ganize its army and security
forces.
The strongly worded
statement was issued, ac-
cording to Zairian dip-
lomats in Paris, on in-
structions from "the
highest authorities" in
Kinshasa.
According to French dip-
lomatic sources, the state-
ment was issued on
Mobutu's orders to try to
prevent a possible deter-
ioration of Zaire's relations
with the Arab states and
France as a result of its
closer ties with Israel.
After President Francois
Mitterrand's election in
May, 1981, France wel-
comed improved Israeli re-

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building in Jerusalem
where it sits.
Another reason cited
by army radio: several of
the nine men had busi-
ness abroad. This would
seem to apply to defense
minister Ariel Sharon,
who is currently visiting
Honduras and the U.S.,
and to Tat-Aluf Amos
Yaron (the divisional
commander in Beirut),
who was on a UJA speak-
ing tour when the nine
warning letters were is-
sued exactly a fortnight
ago.
The new deadline is now
Dec. 22.
Sources close to Premier
Begin and Foreign Minister
Shamir still say the two
men will make do with
explanatory letters to the
commission and will not
exercise their right to ap-
pear again or cross-examine
other witnesses.
Meanwhile, the commis-
sion of inquiry in to the
massacre has cleared Maj.
Saad Haddad and his Chris-
tian militia of involvement
in the mass killings of
Palestinians at the Sabra
and Shatila camps last Sep-
tember.

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TEL AVIV — Israeli ex-
ports in November were
down 26 percent from the
same month in 1981. Israeli
industrialists warned that
the country faced heavy un-
employment if the decline
continued.
A spokesman for the
businessmen blamed the
government's support for
the shekel at an artificially
high rate for "pricing us out
of the market."
They say the decline in
exports began several
months ago when the Bank
of Israel began intervening
in the foreign exchange
market to slow the devalua-
tion of the shekel.

Friday, December 10, 1982 33

lations with Africa. In re-
cent months' this policy has
changed and Paris now
wants to preserve the
French-speaking African
states under its sole influ-
ence. The Zaire statement
was apparently issued both
to soothe French worries
and to appease the Arab
world.

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