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April 01, 1983 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-01

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Israel-Lebanon Negotiations Near Uncertain Finish

(Continued from Page 1)
Israel's forces -withdraw.
1 Beirut's position on this
/ too is supported by the
U.S. on grounds that it
would compromise
Lebanon's sovereignty.
Israel reportedly was
willing to forego the surveil-
lance outposts if Haddad
was allowed to remain in
command of his militia in
the south, whether or not it
is incorporated into the
-- Lebanese army. The im-
passe that has developed
in the Is-
raeli Cabinet for a unilat-
eral withdrawal of Israel
forces to the Awali River
just north of Sidon.
Some hardliners, includ-
ing Minister of Science
Yuval Ne'eman of the
ultra-nationalist Tehiya
Party, advocated such a
move because "no end to the
negotiations are in sight."
The official government
position is against that
course of action. Goverment
spokesmen say there is still
a chance that agreement
will be- reached and an Is-
raeli withdrawal would be
conducted in the context of a
staged pull-back of all
foreign forces. Shamir said
in a television interview
Sunday that both Lebanon
and the United States have
assured Israel that the Sy-
rians and the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization were
prepared to withdraw
simultaneously with the Is-
rael army.
But even the official
position reflects growing
frustration and impa-
tience within policy-
making circles. Govern-
ment sources said Sun-

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