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May 20, 1983 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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Syria, PLO Urged to Pull Out of Lebanon;
Soviet Involvement in Talks Ruled Out

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Reagan Administra-
tion again this week urged
Syria and the Palestine
Liberation Organization to
withdraw their forces from
Lebanon. But it ruled out
any role for the Soviet
Union in the negotiations
on withdrawal.
State Department deputy
spokesman Alan Romberg
stressed Monday that while
the United States and the
Soviet Union frequently
discussed the Middle East,
"we don't see a particular
_role" for the USSR in the
negotiations on the depar-
ture of the Syrian forces and
PLO terrorists from Leba-
non.
Romberg reiterated that
the Soviet supply to Syria of
SAM-5 anti-aircraft mis-
siles and the staffing of
them by Soviet troops has
been a "destabilizing and
unwelcome development."
In addition, there has been
speculation here that the
increased movement of Sy-
rian troops and PLO ter-
rorists into the Bekaa Val-
ley of Lebanon, coupled
with the Soviet denuncia-
tion of the Israeli-Lebanese
agreement for Israel's with-
drawal and the Soviet warn-
ing that it could lead to war,
could be an effort by the
Soviet Union to push itself
into the overall Mideast
negotiations as one of the

" JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Finance Minister Yoram
Aridor, under heavy fire re-
cently for deteriorating
economic conditions, de-
clared last week that he has
the full support of the gov-
ernment and the Prime
Minister and announced
measures intended to re-
store public confidence in
his policies.
Appearing on a television
interview, Aridor said he
has no intention of quitting
and claimed that compared
to finance ministers who
preceded him, he was in fact
popular. He blamed Israel's

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Lebanon, but in the occu-
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PLO leader Yasir Arafat,
who was in the Bekaa Sun-
day, reportedly to stifle op-
position to his leadership
among some of the PLO ter-
rorist factions, was quoted
as telling his group, Fatah,
that "an effective war is the
only way to redraw the
political map of the Middle
East."
When Romberg was
asked about this, he said,
"One must ask how war
or guerilla action has
helped the Palestinian
people or the people of
Lebanon. This has been
Arafat's policy for 20
years and look what it
has brought. Now there is
a chance for peace."
Romberg continued to
maintain that while the Sy-
rians have rejected the
Lebanese-Israeli agree-
ment, they have not taken
back their promise to with-
draw from Lebanon. He said
that neither special envoy
Philip Habib or any other
American official has any
immediate plans to go to
Damascus since it is now up
to Lebanon to negotiate
with Syria for the with-
drawal of the Syrian troops
and the PLO. He pointed out
that these discussions are
"just beginning."
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economic difficulties on the
current world recession but
rejected suggestions that
the shekel - should be de-
valued at a more rapid pace
to help exports because that
would only lead to higher
inflation.
Israel has had triple digit
inflation since the begin-
ning of the year.
. Aridor's confidence-
building measures in-
clude .a promise not to
renew the compulsory
"loan" to finance the war
in Lebanon which is de-
ducted from workers'
paychecks and abolition
of the two percent tax on

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have started the epidemic of
illnesses among Arab
schoolgirls in the Israeli-
occupied West Bank this
spring, according to a report
from the World Health
Organization (WHO).
WHO investigators said
they were not able to estab-
lish the specific cause of the
nausea, dizziness and other
symptoms that afflicted
nearly 1,000 people, but
said the hydrogen sulfide
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for some of the first cases.
The gas was detected in a
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given a luncheon by Deputy
Secretary of State Kenneth
Dam, and was the guest of
honor at a dinner hosted by
Vice President George
Bush. He came to the
United States to substitute
for King Hussein at the
11th annual convention of_
the National Association of
Arab-Americans last
weekend.
In another development,
Romberg rejected the
theory that Israel's ap-
proval of the agreement to
withdraw from Lebanon
was linked to the United
States supplying Israel with
American equipment and
technological data it needs
to develop its Lavie jet
fighter.
Such a claim was made in
a column by Rowland Evans
and Robert Novak, pub-
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Post Monday.

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But Romberg said that
a "broader conference"
is not needed now. He
said the United States
maintains that President
Reagan's Sept. 1 peace in-
itiative is the basic
"framework" in which
progress for peace in the
Middle East can be made.
In this context, Romberg
expressed the hope that
King Hussein of Jordan
would now get the back-
ing he needs to allow him
to negotiate with Israel
and Egypt for Palesti-
nian autonomy.
Crown Prince Hassan Ibn
Kalal of Jordan, after a
15-minute meeting with
President Reagan at the
White House Monday, gave
no indication that Jordan
would step back from its
announced decision not to
enter negotiations. Hassan
did say that with an agree-
ment for the withdrawal of
Israeli troops from Lebanon
completed, there could be "a
resuming of the wider
priorities of Jerusalem and
the occupied territories and
the role of the Palestinian
people."
Hassan said that the
situation in the Bekaa Val-
ley was "very tense." But he
added "we still hope the
primary interest of the PLO
is the future of the Palesti-

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He rejected a suggestion
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