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February 18, 1983 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

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52 Friday, February 18, 1983

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PLO Running Detention Camp

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael has freed about 100
prisoners from the Ansar
detention camp in south
Lebanon. But according to
press reports, the camp has
become a hotbed of Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion activity.

The prisoners were re-
leased in what officials de-
scribed as a thinning-out
process. About 5,000 Pales-
tinians and Lebanese re-
main in the camp, however.
They have not been granted
prisoner-of-war status.
Israeli newspapers report

that the PLO is maintain-
ing tight discipline among
the inmates and has
turned the camp into an ev-
vective training ground and
school for the PLO. Senior
PLO members are said to be
in command of the camp's
various sections.
According to the press
reports, the inmates
begin each day chanting
PLO slogans and then
attending an intoctrina-
tion course. Inter-
rogators trying to weed
out PLO supporters say
there has been a change
of attitude recently.
Whereas camp inmates
formerly denied any PLO
affiliation or sympathies,
now, almost without excep-
tion, they proudly admit to
pro-PLO sentiments, the in-
terrogators reported.

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Arabs Await Troop Withdrawals
Before Supplying Lebanon Aid

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of State George
Shultz suggested Tuesday
the willingness of Arab
countries to provide funds to
help rebuild Lebanon may
depend on the successful
withdrawal of Syrian, Is-
raeli and Palestine Libera-
tion Organization forces.
The question of whether
Arab countries, Saudi
Arabia in particular, will
provide funds "will depend
on how successful we are in
our efforts to get foreign
forces out of Lebanon and to
have an independent Leba-
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of their daughter, Michelle
Lynn Baggleman, to Jef-
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the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee.
"At this point we are not
there yet," Shultz added. He
noted that "people who are
thinking about putting
money in there are waiting
to see what happens."
Shultz's comments were
made in response to a quesi-
ton from Sen. Larry
Pressler (R-S.D.) who won-
dered whether the loss in oil
revenue because of the cut
in production and drop in oil
prices might affect the
Saudi's ability to help
Lebanon financially.
Shultz replied that
while the Saudis suffered
"the latest blow" as the
largest oil producer in
the world, "they are not
broke by a long shot." He
said Saudi assets are "so
large" they can fulfill any
commitments.
Shultz testified before the
committee on the general
international economic
situation and did not dis-
cuss foreigh aid specifically.
But when Pressler asked
' why the foreign aid grant to
Israel in the proposed 1984
budget was reduced from
this year's amount, the Sec-
retary replied that the Rea-
gan Administration
sought "a balanced pro-
gram," trying to provide for

GEORGE SHULTZ

the needs of Israel as well as
that of other countries. He
noted that Israel's "overall
share is very large" and that
the amount recommended
was what President Reagan
felt was the "appropriate
number."
The Administration is
asking Congress to provide
Israel $2.485 billion in the
1984 fiscal year, of which
$550 million of the $1.7 bil-
lion in military aid and all
of the $785 million in eco-
nomic aid would be a grant.
Congress -this year ap-
proved $850 million as a
grant in military aid over
the Administration's objec-
tions.

Fresh Air Society Receives
Phillips, Kunin Memorials

The Fresh Air Society is
the recipient of two funds,
the Sydney Phillips Memo-
rial Fund and the Marc
Kunin Memorial Sports
Fund.
Established by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Horne of South-
field and Margate, Fla., in
memory of Mrs. Horne's
brother, the Phillips Memo'
rial Fund provides schol-
arships to campers who
have a physical handicap.
Individual scholarships
and subsidies are available
to groups who sponsor
handicapped students at the
FAS campsites.
The Kunin Memorial
Sports Fund was estab-
lished in memory of the
son of Seymour and Be-
verly Parven-Kunin, to

be used for the FAS
two-week sport skills
camp held at Camp Maas
in Ortonville.
For information on either
fund, call Michael Zaks,
FAS executive director,
661-0600.

Population Race

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin discounts the claims
of Israeli demographers
who claim Jews will be out-
numbered by Arabs in Is-
rael by the end of the cen-
tury.
He said the same predic-
tions were made in 1967 and
15 years later Jews have ac-
tually gained a percentage
point in the population race.

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