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February 25, 1983 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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38 Friday, February 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Sadat Kept from Funeral

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Sadat, so that she could not
The Israeli correspondent attend the funeral of Aliza
for the Jewish Herald of
South Africa reports that
A benefit may be confer-
the Egyptian government red, but not a disability im-
guarded the home of Jihan posed, on a man in his ab-
Sadat, widow of the late sence.
Egyptian President Anwar
—Judah

Begin last fall.
Mrs. Sadat sent an emo-
tional letter of consolation
to Israel's Prime Minister
Menahem Begin.

Reporter Regrets
War Coverage

"You have only 2 lbs. to lose-
the first one and the last one."

LONDON (ZINS) —
British Broadcasting Corp.
correspondent Vincent
Hane has written in Jour-
nalist magazine that many
of his own reports on the Is-
raeli invasion of Lebanon
were "unbalanced."
Hane said many corre-
spondents overreacted in an
effort to get "scoops." He
said Israeli society is more
free and open than Britian's
and Israeli's military cen-
sorship was limited to
purely military matters.
Hane wrote that "a sig-
nificant number of report-
ers regret it (the unbal-
anced coverage) now and
are looking for ways to
avoid it in the future."

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The newspaper Maariv has
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caused major problems in
the Israel-Lebanon troop
withdrawal talks.
While Israel is trying to
achieve a comprehensive
peace treaty with Lebanon,
Lebanon wants to return to
the 1949 armistice agree-
ment.

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ORANGES

WASHINGTON — Last
summer's war in Lebanon
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U.S. military equipment,
according to the Feb. 28
issue of Newsweek maga-
zine.
Israel lost numerous ar-
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during the early part of the
war, most of them U.S.-
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