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December 17, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, December 17, 1982

Rogues differ little. Each
began first as a disobedient
son.

France was the first
European country to allow
Jews citizenship.

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Deputy Secretary of State
Kenneth Dam, in a recent
appearance before the Se-
nate Foreign Relations
Committee, repeatedly
stressed the need to support
the new and fragile gov-
ernment of Lebanese
President Amin Gemayel.
The success of the Gemayel
government is "crucial" to
the Reagan Administra-
tion's peace efforts in the
Middle East, he pointed out.
This- is a position in which
there is little quarrel.
But Dam also used the
need to bolster the Lebanese
government as the reason
why he could not say any-
thing about the "secret" in-
vestigation that govern-
ment is conducting into the
massacre at the Palestinian
camps at Shatila and Sabra
in Beirut in September. He
sought to assure the Senate
committee that the
Lebanese investigation was
as "serious" as the open
probe being conducted by
Israel's commission of in-
quiry.
Yet the effort to keep the
spotlight off any Lebanese
responsibility for the mas-
sacre, an effort that has
been evident in Washing-
ton, as well as in Beirut,
since the massacre oc-
curred, is troubling.
Sen. Charles Percy (R-
Ill.), chairman of the
Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, praised Israel for
living up to its demo-
cratic traditions, in hold-
ing open hearings in
which the public had
available the testimony
of the government lead-
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