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June 17, 1983 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 17, 1983

U.S.-Israel Amity Tightening; M.E. Reaching Climax

(Continued from Page 1)
$200 million.
The agreement was
aimed at Soviet threats to
the region and threats from
Soviet-controlled forces
from outside the region.
Weinberger stated that
similar U.S. agreements
would be available to "mod-
erate Arab nations."
Observers believe
the United States has of-
fered reinstatement of
the agreement now as

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one means of pressuring
Israel to withhold retalia-
tion against Syrian and
PLO forces in Lebanon
for the mounting Israeli
casualties in recent
weeks.
A Likud MK who lost a
son and a brother in the
Lebanon war began a
hunger strike in front of the
Prime Ministers residence
Monday. He said he was
protesting against anti-war
demonstrators who have
been appearing there daily
for the past seven weeks
holding up signs with the
latest Israeli casualty fig-
ures in Lebanon.
The MK, Meir Cohen-
Avidor, denounced the pro-
testors for using the "blood
of fallen soldiers" for politi-
cal purposes. His action re-
flected angry exchanges in
the Knesset where Foreign
Miriister Yitzhak Shomir
charged the opposition with
responsibility for Israeli
deaths in Lebanon and in-
furiated Labor Alignment
MKs demanded an apology
and made counter-charges
of their own.
An opposition motion to
investigate the govern-
ment's conduct of the war in
Lebanon was rejected by the

Iraqi Labor Minister Urges Iran War End
to Join Forces Against the 'Israeli Enemy'

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND

GENEVA (JTA) — War
talk intruded on the Inter-
national Labor Conference
in Geneva when the Iraqi
Labor Minister proposed to
his Iranian counterpart
that Iraq and Iran end their
33-month-old conflict and
join forces to fight "the Is-
raeli enemy that has been
flouting international law
and committing crimes in
Palestine."
His remarks drew a sharp
response from Ambassador
Ovedia Soffer, the Israeli
delegate who observed:

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attempting to escape from
the Ansar detention camp
in south Lebanon.
According to military
sources, the prisoner was
seen leaving the inner com-
pound where he was con-
fined and failed to halt after
warning shots were fired.
He was then gunned down
by rifle fire.
The army insisted that
there is no truth to reports
by the Palestine Liberation
Organization in Syria that
PLO and Lebanese pris-
oners at Ansar were mis-

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"The Iraqi government is to explain the reasons for
known for its persecution of his government's stub-
Kurds and other minorities. born refusal to cooperate
Of course, its ambassador's . . . his government's re-
appeal from this rostrum fusal to respect the
that the Iraqi-Iranian war strong wishes of the gov-
should stop in order to start ernment and people of
another war against Israel, Lebanon," Soffer said.
gives him the right to pre-
ach to the rest of the world
Meanwhile, the Iranian
on the subject of war."
Labor Minister, Mohamed
Soffer also challenged the Mahallati, said in an inter-
Syrian delegate "to inform
view published in the daily
us who is responsible for La Tribune de Geneve, that
obstructing the implemen- "Israel has to disappear as a
tation" of the agreement Zionist state, and only bear-
concluded between Israel ing this in mind can the
and Lebanon last month for Palestine Liberation
the withdrawal of all Organization work hand-
foreign forces from. Leba- in-hand with the revolu-
non.
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Knesset in a 56-50 vote and why the Cabinet often
Wednesday. The outcome gave approval to war moves
was expected, but one Likud by then Defense Minister
MK, Yitzhak Berman, Ariel Sharon "after the
voted with the opposition, fact." Sharon was abroad
and his colleague, Dror during the debate.
Seigerman, abstained.
Mordehai Virsubsky of
Premier Begin led the the Shinui faction said he
debate, insisting that the had documentary proof that
war had only one objec- the army was ordered to
tive — to protect the fight the Syrians in Leba-
people of Galilee from non long before there was
terrorist bombardment. any decision by the gov-
He rejected allegations ernment to engage the Sy-
that his government rians. Begin claimed that in
wanted to establish "a Israel's previous wars there
new order" in Lebanon. were cases of military ac-
He conceded that there tions approved retroac-
had been some difficul- tively.
ties, observing however
Likud MK Akiva Noff in-
that "all military cam- troduced a motion to inves-
paigns run into difficul- tigate the behavior of the
ties."
opposition parties during
Begin dismissed the idea the war. The Alignment's
of creating a commission to Knesset faction rose en bloc
inquire into the govern- and left the chamber.
ment's decision-making
In Washington the direc-
process during the war on tor general of the Israel
grounds that it would "give Foreign Ministry, David
ammunition to Israel's Kimche, was scheduled to
enemies." The demand for a arrive Wednesday, repor-
commission came from the tedly to explain to Adminis-
Labor Alignment and tration officials Isarel's in-
Shinui. Labor Party tention to redeploy its forces
Chairman Shimon Peres in Lebanon.
said there was no intention
But in Tel Aviv, Defense
to investigate the cause of Minister Moshe Arens said
the war or the performance that Israel might order a
of the army but to find out if "redistribution of our

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