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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 20, 1983 11

Sharon Claims Soviet Goal Is to End U.S. Role in Lebanon

WASHINGTON (JTA) — a word about Syria. Nobody
Former Israeli Defense even asked them."
Minister Ariel Sharon
But he noted that after
maintained that the Soviet Secretary of State George
Union is not seeking a new Shultz got Israel and Leba-
war in the Middle East but non to reach an agreement
is supporting the return of on the Israeli troop with-
terrorism and shelling as a drawal, Shultz went to
means of getting the United Damascus and it took less
States to leave Lebanon.
than half an hour for him to
Their target is to get the get a Syrian rejection.
Americans to pull out of
Sharon said there should
Lebanon, Sharon said, in have been two parallel
response to questions dur- pegotiations all along, one
ing a luncheon at the Na- for the removal of all foreign
tional Press Club last Fri- troops, and the other be-
day. But at the same time, tween Israel, Lebanon and
Sharon rejected the sugges- the United States on secu-
tion that Israel would use rity arrangements and
force against the Syrian normalization of relations.
troops and Palestine Liber-
Sharon, who was one of
ation Organization ter- two Cabinet members to
rorists that have been in- vote against the
creasingly moving into the Lebanese-Israeli agree-
Bekaa Valley.
ment, said he opposed it
"Why should we do some- because the security ar-
thing?" he asked. "We have rangements were not ef-
achieved what we thought fective. He called it a
was important to us." This, "beautiful" political
he explained, was the re- agreement except that he
moval of the terrorist threat noted Lebanon does not
to Israel's northern border exist politically, and con-
and to "prevent any possi- trols only 10 square
bility for the terrorists to kilometers of Lebanon's
10,000-square kilometers
reorganize themselves."
of its territory.
He said as a "by-
product" of the Israeli ac-
tion in Lebanon last year,
Israel destroyed in Beirut
the military and political
headquarters for ter-
rorism not only for the
area but worldwide.

But as for removing the
Syrians and the PLO now
from the 40 percent of
Lebanon which he said they
control, Sharon stressed
that this should be the task
of the United States. He
said it was a "failure of
American diplomacy" not to
have pressed for the re-
moval of all foreign forces
from Lebanon, instead of
just concentrating on Israel.
"Israel was under heavy
pressure for being stub-
born," he said. "Nobody said

Soviet Visitor
Compares Israel
to Nazi Germany

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The head of an unofficial
Soviet good-will delegation
likened the "oppression
methods" of Israel to those
of Nazi Germany when he
spoke to reporters after
landing at Ben-Gurion Air-
port several days ago.
Karen Khachaturov, de-
puty chairman of Novosti,
the Soviet foreign news
agency, said that while the
USSR supported the evacu-
ation of all foreign troops
from Lebanon, Lebanon
could not engage in peace
talks with Israel under a
state of military occupation.
"It would be like us
negotiating with Hitler
when he was close to Mos-
cow," he said.
The.
delegation
Khachaturov heads was in-
vited by the Israel-Soviet
Friendship Movement
which is affiliated with Is-
rael's pro-Moscow Rakah
Communist Party. The oc-
casion is the 38th anniver-
sary of the victory over Nazi
Germany.

security
ar-
Once
rangements are in place and
the area is "stabilized" then
the other issues can be
worked out, Sharon said. He
noted that he had person-
ally tried to seek an agree-
ment with Lebanon for a
long time, meeting secretly
in Beirut five months before
Israel went into Lebanon
last June.
The former Defense
Minister gave his own for-
mula for providing stability
in Lebanon. He said the first
step was not to weaken Maj.
Saad Haddad's forces in
south Lebanon, an area
which covers one-third of
the country, and which, he
said, is the "only place in
Lebanon where life is nor-
mal."
All Lebanese army units
should be concentrated in
the Beirut area and, to-
gether with the multina-
tional force, they should go
into the Shouf mountains
and clean out the terrorists
who are now shelling Be-
irut, Sharon said. He pre-
dicted that if this was not
done, the United States
marines would soon come

under heavy shelling from
the terrorists.
A third step urged by
Sharon was that the 6,000
troops in the United Na-
tions Interim Force in
Lebanon, who he said are
now "suffering unem-
ployment" in south
Lebanon, be moved into
lines separating Israeli
and Syrian troops.
Sharon also said there
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said. I-Madded that the U.S.
must let the Soviets know
"in very clear words" that it
will not allow any Soviet ac-
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