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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 11, 1983

Rabin: U.S. Misconceptions'
Led to Lebanon Impasse

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Former Premier Yitzhak
Rabin blames American
misconceptions for the pre-
sent impasse in Lebanon.
He said Secretary of State
George Shultz relied on er-
roneous information when
he insisted that Syria would
accept the Israel-Lebanon
agreement.
The Syrians should have
been brought into the
negotiations from the out-
set, Rabin declared on a
television interview.
He was referring to his
meeting with Shultz last
month when the Secre-

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tary of State spent 17
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ing between Jerusalem
and Beirut in an effort to
secure the Israel-
Lebanon agreement
signed May 17.
According to Rabin, a
Knesset member and a
leader of the opposition
Labor Party, he is con-
cerned that as the stalemate
in Lebanon continues, the
U.S. will link a solution in
Lebanon to wider issues
such as the future status of
the Golan Heights which Is-
rael annexed in 1981.
Meanwhile, Gen. Ehud
Barak, the new chief of mili-
tary intelligence, said that
Syria is determined not to
pull its forces out of Leba-
non, but wants to avoid on
all-out conflict with Israel.
According to Barak, the
Syrians may opt for small
scale provocations such as
attempts to shoot down Is-
raeli aircraft over Lebanon.
He also stressed that Israel
is closely watching Soviet
involvement in Syria.

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NEW YORK — Rabbi
Gilbert S. Rosenthal of
Cedarhurst, N.Y. has been
named chairman of the pub-
lication committee of the
Rabbinical Assembly.

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transfer of the synagogue
offices to the second floor of
the school wing to make
space available for the
lobby.
The exterior will be es-
sentially the same size as
the destroyed sanctuary
and social hall.
Rabbi Schnipper said the
new sanctuary would seat
"close to 800" with tempor-
ary seats, and combined
with the social hall could
accommodate 1,400-1,500
for the holidays.
The congregation has
begun making plans for
High Holiday services in
September. One of the sites
being discussed is the main
Jewish Community Center.
The lightly-damaged
school wing has served as
school, offices and
sanctuary since the fire.
Mrs. Rubinoff said the

IMF Criticizes

Israeli Economy

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The International Mone-
tary Fund (IMF) has shar-
ply criticized the Israel gov-
ernment's economic policy
and predicted massive de-
ficits for Israel by 1985 if the
present policy is continued.
Israel, as an IMF
member, recieved the report
on its economy which was
classified l as confidential.
But Yediot Ahronot pub-
lished what it said were the
criticisms.
According to the news-
paper, the IMF expressed
doubt over the Treasury's
forecasts with respect to in-
flation and the balance of
payments deficit. It recom-
mended a speed-up in de-
valuation of the Shekel and
a decrease in real wages.

UN Palestinian
Parley Slated

UNITED NATIONS —
Organizers of a United Na-
tions conference on Palesti-
nian rights have agreed to
hold their August meeting.
in Geneva, despite the ob-
jections of the Swiss gov-
ernment.
The conference, which is
expected to include
speeches and resolutions
denouncing Israel, was orig-
inally scheduled for Paris.
But that locale was dropped
when French Foreign
Minister Claude Cheysson
said he feared it might
touch off anti-Semitic inci-
dents in France.

Jewish Leaders
Meet Envoy

NEW YORK — The lead-
ers of 30 American Jewish
organizations met in pri-
vate session last week with
Fakhri Saghiyyah, Leba-
non's ambassador to the
UN, during a 90-minute
meeting at the offices of the
World Jewish Congress in
New York.
This was the first occa-
sion, after seven years in
the U.S., for the Lebanese
ambassador to address a
Jewish body.

Kaufman Library, which
is being used for religious
services, will be refur-
bished. Books from the
library were sent to a re-
storer this week to be
cleaned or repaired.
Contents of the burned
structures were stored and
sorted at the Raleigh House
in Southfield, and the con-
gregation held a "fire sale"
there last Sunday.

Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses has begun receiving
insurance settlements for
the loss of the building, fine
arts and contents. Rabbi
Schnipper and Mrs.
Rubinoff said the congrega-
tion would have to add to
the insurance payments to
rebuild.

The synagogue leader-
ship is insisting, they said,
that the congregation will
not get a new mortgage. The
original mortgage was paid
off last year on the 12-year-
old building.

Mrs. Rubinoff said fire
investigators believe that a
match or cigarette,
carelessly placed in a
trash receptacle near the
lobby entrance to the social
hall, was the source of the
Jan. 18 fire.

Debt Increases

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel's foreign debt in-
creased from $18.2 billion at
the end of 1981 to $20.6 bil-
lion at the end of 1982 — an
increase of 15_percent.

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