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May 27, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

More than Israel has kept
the Sabbath, the Sabbath
has kept Israel.
—Ahad HaAm

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Long customs are not eas-
ily broken; he that attempts
to change the course of his

Syria Ready for Confrontation
With Israel, Diplomat Asserts

NEW YORK (JTA) —
With 3,600 Soviet-made
tanks and 2,000 MIG
fighter planes, the Syrian
army is now stronger than it
was last year, before Israel's
invasion of Lebanon and at
almost twice its strength
compared to what it was at
the outbreak of the Yom
Kippur War.
Furthermore, the new de-
fense budget of Syria has
been increased this year to
$2.4 billion, 54 percent of its
national budget. The
number of Soviet advisers
in Syria has been rising
steadily, jumping from
2,500 advisers last year to

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WED., JUNE 1 THRU SUN., JUNE 5

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4,500 at present.
These details were given
to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency during an interview
with Naphtali Lavie, Is-
rael's Consul General in
New York last week.
"The Syrians now have
the potential to engage in
a new war with Israel,"
he said. "Common sense
says that they should not
get involved in a new
war, since they lost their
(previous) wars with Is-
rael. But it is hard to
judge their motives,
mainly because they act
not only on behalf of their
interests or the Arab
world but they clearly
served other interests,
those of the Soviet
Union."
According to Lavie, who
served for many years in Is-
rael's Defense Ministry, the
Syrians are trying to "tor-
pedo" the accord reached be-
tween \Israel and Lebanon
on the withdrawal of Israeli
troops from Lebanon,"
through threats and
psychological warfare, as
they did before the Six-Day
War."
Syria, the Israeli official
pointed out, "has various
interests in Lebanon that
are not connected with the
current presence of Israeli
forces there." He noted that
Syria never recognized
Lebanon as a state and does
not have any diplomatic re,
presentation in that coun-
try. "The Syrians were oc-
cupying Lebanon for the
last seven years. It is hard
for them to accept the fact
that it's time for them to
leave Lebanon," Lavie said.
He said Israel is closely
watching Syria. • "Their
threat& are not new, we
. have been living with them
for the. last 35 years, but we
are keeping alert to meet
any eventuality," Lavie
stated.
Israel's image in the
United States, which was
tarnished as a result of
Israel's invasion of -
Lebanon and further
damaged after the mas-
sacre of Palestinian refu-
gees in the Sabra and
Shatila camps near Be-
irut last September by
Christian militiamen, is
showing an improve-
ment, according to Lavie.
The basis for the .change
in the American public
opinion, Lavie claimed, is
threefold. First, the conclu-
sions by the Israeli commis-
sion to investigate the mas-
sacre re-established Israel's
credibility among the
American people and the
media. Lavie noted, in this
regard, that while the com-
mission investigated the
tragedy and recommended
action against top govern-
ment and Israel Defense
Force officials, the

New Position

JERUSALEM — Prof.
Amnon Pazy has been ap-
pointed vice rector of the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.

own life very often labors in
vain.
—Samuel Johnson

..•••••...

Lebanese government has
still to investigate and
punish the murderers.
Second, Lavie continued,
the Arab rejection of the
Reagan peace initiative
shows that "all the talk
about Israel being an obsta-
cle to peace in the Mideast is
baseless. The Americans
have realized that they
erred in their attempt to
achieve an Arab consensus
regarding a solution to the
Arab-Israeli conflict."
The third reason for Is-
rael's improved image in
the U.S., he noted is the
agreement reached between
Israel and Lebanon through
the mediation of Secretary
of State George Shultz.
"It (the accord) proved to
the world and to Americans
that Israel is ready to make
sacrifices for peace, as it did
when it returned the Sinai
desert to Egypt."

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