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May 20, 1983 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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14 Friday, May 20, 1983

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Haig Claims U.S. Didn't Give Israel
`Green Light' on Invasion of Lebanon

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Former Secretary of State
Alexander Haig Main-
tained here Monday night
that the United States did
not provide Israel with a "g-
reen light" for its invasion
' of Lebanon last June, cal-
ling such suggestions "the
consequence of mischievous
political activity" in Israel
and the U.S.
At the same time, while
expressing cautious op-
timism at the accord
reached between Israel and
Lebanon for the withdrawal
of Israeli forces from Leba-
non, Haig suggested that
there have been lost oppor-
tunities "and complicating
factors" in recent months
which may impede im-
plementation of the accord.
Haig, who was Secretary
of State in the Reagan Ad-
ministration from January
1981, until he resigned his
post several weeks after Is-
rael's invasion of Lebanon,
reportedly over a split in
foreign policy decisions
with the Administration,
made his remarks at a pub-
lic dialogue at the Sutton
Place Synagogue with the
synagogue's spiritual
leader, Rabbi David
Kahane.
Summarizing some of
the events which im-
mediately preceded the
Israeli action, Haig re-
counted that in a foreign
policy speech he deliv-
ered last May, he warned
that "time was running
out in Lebanon" and of
the increasingly deter-
iorating situation in that
country. Furthermore,
Haig said that the Israelis
had put the world "on
notice" that continued
provocations from Pales-
tinian terrorists on Is-
rael's northern settle-
ments would result in re-
taliation.
According to Haig, he
personally told Israeli Pre-
mier Menahem -Begin that
any action by Israel against
terrorist strongholds in
Lebanon would have to be
the result of a perceivable
and recognized interna-
tional provocation, and sec-
ond, "a reaction itself
should have been propor-
tioned to that provocation."
It was unclear whether
Haig personally perceived
Israel's action to be "propor-
tional" to the provocation
which preceded the inva-
sion.
Haig said it would be
"hard not to welcome" the
Israeli-Lebanon accord for
the withdrawal of Israeli
forces, which was signed by
the two countries Tuesday.
But he noted that the Israeli
withdrawal is contingent on
a withdrawal of Syrian
forces as well as a with-
drawal of the some 8,000-
12,000 Paleslinian ter-
rorists in Lebanon.
He said the mission of
Secretary of State George
Shultz, which led to the
agreement has resulted
in "a new spirit of coop-
eration and consulta-
tion" between Israel and
the United States. He as-

ALEXANDER HAIG

serted that "the only
solution for Lebanon is
the removal of all foreign
forces."
The former Secretary of
State touched on several
other issues, including the
massacre of Palestinians in
the Beirut refugee camps
last September. He
suggested that some re-
sponsibility lies with the
U.S. "for creating a vac-
uum" when it pulled the
marines out of Lebanon fol-
lowing the evacuation of the
PLO from west Beirut.
Because 'of this vacuum,
Haig continued, the Israeli
- military leaders decided to
enter the city in "an effort to
prevent a collapse into
bloodshed" of the Lebanese
capital. He said these lead-
ers have "paid the conse-
quence," a reference. to the
Israel Commission of Ih-
quiry report which led to the
resignation of Israeli De-
fense Mini ster Ariel Sharon
and other military officials.
While Haig said he sup-
ports President Reagan and
his efforts for peace in the

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Middle East, he said that
does not mean he favors the
Sept. 1 Middle East initia-
tive in total. He said he •
found objectionable the in-
itiative's call for a halt to
Israeli settlement activity
on the West Bank.
He said that he was
against the settlements, as
being "counter-productive"
to the peace process and had
even suggested to Begin
that the Israeli government
"terminate" settlement ac-
tivity. But Haig pointed out
that this is "an Israeli
trump card" that should not
be tossed on the bargaining
table before negotiation on
the future status of the
occupied territory begins.

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