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April 22, 1983 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-22

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Friday, April 22, 1983 17 -

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cabinet at Odds Over Israel
Position in Lebanon Talks

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Sharp differences of opinion
over Israel's position in the
negotiations with Lebanon
surfaced at Tuesday's
Cabinet meeting.
One minister challenged
the wisdom of Israel's de-
mand that its ally, Maj.
Saad Haddad, be made sup-
reme commander of secu-
rity forces in south Lebanon
after the Israeli army pulls
out.
The Cabinet session, de-
ferred from Sunday because
of Memorial Day and Inde-
pendence Day, also dis-
cussed the bombing Monday
of the U.S. Embassy in Be-
irut.
Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir claimed that
the bombing reinforced
Israel's demands for
satisfactory security ar-
rangements because it
proved more than ever
the need for Israeli,
Lebanese and U.S. coop-
eration against ter-
rorism.
Cabinet
Unofficial
sources suggested that the
U.S. had learned "the hard
way" that Lebanon is still a
country ruled by terror, a
point the Israelis have been
pushing in support of their
security demands.
Energy Minister Yitzhak
Modai complained that the
proposed security ar-
rangements would not
allow Israel to engage in
"hot pursuit" of terrorists
into Lebanon. Defense
Minister Moshe Arens
noted that Israel had no
such arrangements to pur-
sue terrorists who might
penetrate from Jordan to
Egypt.

Premier Menahem Begin
observed that Lebanon can-
not be compared to Egypt or
Jordan because it does not
have a strong central ad-
ministration or an army
capable of preventing ter-
rorist penetration.
Former Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon wanted
to know why Israel was
not negotiating for the
withdrawal of Syrian
forces from Lebanese
territory. He contended
that Syria intends to re-
tain control of several
regions of Lebanon.
Sharmir reviewed the
latest tripartite negotia-
tions between Israel, Leba-
non and the U.S. in which
U.S. special Ambassador
Philip Habib participated.
He seemed to back away
from Israel's claim a few
days ago that an agreement
with Lebanon could be
reached within two weeks.
According to Shamir,
even on those issues where
agreements have been
reached in principle, there
was still room for much
"phrasing work."
He said the three main
obstacles were the role of
Haddad, the continued
presence of the United Na-
tions Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL) and the
powers and authority of Is-
raeli liaison officers to the
Lebanese army.

The tripartite negotia-
tions reQumed Tuesday at
Natanya.
Arens confirmed that Is-
rael's insistence on a corn-
manding role for its ally,
Maj. Saad Haddad in Leba-
non remains the principle
obstacle to an agreement
with Lebanon over the
withdrawal of Israeli forces
from that country.
He said Israel will not
waver from its demand that
Haddad be placed in com-
mand of a "territorial
brigade" composed of his
own 2,000-man Christian
militia and Lebanese army
regulars to control security
in south Lebanon after Is-
raeli forces are pulled out.
The Lebanese govern-
ment, backed by the U.S.,
has refused to assign Had-
dad such a role although Be-
irut reportedly is now will-
ing to give him some degree
of authority in the region.

r

-Israel Hosts
U.S. Service
Delegations

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
American armed forces
delegations are now in Is-
rael, studying the' lessons to
be learned from the fighting
in Lebanon, according to the
newspaper Maariv.
One delegation repre-
sents the U.S. Air Force,
and the other is made up of
ground forces experts, the
paper said. Other delega-
tions and experts are
scheduled in the coming
weeks and months, the Is-
raeli paper reported.
The Defense Ministry has
not confirmed the presence
here of the American dele-
gations. But an earlier re-
fusal to allow such study
missions, imposed by
former Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon as a sign of
displeasure with the Ad-
ministration's attitude
towards Israel, has been
overturned by his successor,
Moshe Arens.

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