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Friday, July 15, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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U.S-Israeli relations
have vastly improved since
the • Israeli-Lebanese
agreement was signed May
17 after the conclusion of
Shultz's first visit to the
region. The onus has now
been placed on Syria for
holding up withdrawal. The
Administration has par-
ticularly been angered at

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Syria since officials had
been saying for months that
they had been assured that
once Israel agreed to leave
Lebanon, there would be no
problem in getting Syria
and the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization to go too.
When Hughes was asked
on Tuesday if Syria had
suggested that its objections
to the Israeli-Lebanese
agreement were based on
the clause providing nor-
malization between the two
countries, he maintained
that the Syrians had ob-
jected to the entire agree-
ment. He -also denied that
there had been any discus-
sion between Shultz and
Assad over the role of Maj.
Saad Haddad's Christian
militia in south Lebanon.
While Syria's intransi-
gence is clear, pro-Arab
segments in the media are
already trying to blame Is-
rael for the lack of move-
ment. Articles are already
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ABC Apology

NEW YORK — ABC
News will broadcast an
apology Saturday night to
author Victor Lasky for a
reference that was made to
him June 23 in an ABC
television documentary on
the McCarthy Era, the New
York Times reported.
At issue is the charge that
Lasky called an art teacher
a Communist in a lecture he
gave in Fairmont, W. Va. in
1951. Following the broad-
cast of "The American In-
quisition," Lasky denied the
charge and threatened to
sue ABC for libel.
The network will air what
it termed a "clarification" of
the charge in a second doc-
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offered a chance to reply to
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agreement between Wash-
ington and Tel Aviv only
when there are negotiations
between the United States
and the Arab side," he
wrote. 'But in the absence of
such negotiations, the spe-
cial relations between Is-
rael and the United States
are ruling supreme."
While this may be an
over-simplification, there
is some truth in it since
U.S. "even-handedness"
in negotiations in recent
years have seemed to
favor the Arabs. But Nafi
does have a point when
he adds that the Syrian
position had led to a "les-
sening" of the opposition
to Israel that developed
in the West because of the
invastion of Lebanon.
Meanwhile, the new air of
good feeling between Israel
and the United States pro-
vides an opportunity for
Begin to build upon when he
comes to Washington. It is
also an opportunity for Is-
rael's new Ambassador
Meir Rosenne, who offi-
cially presented his creden-
tials to Reagan at the White
House late Tuesday after-
noon.
(In Jerusalem, the gov-
ernment denied rumors
that Begin would not go to
Washington because of his
health. Observers said,
however, that Begin is less-
than-enthusiastic about the
trip, because he fears that
an argument with Reagan
over Israel's desire for a par-

tial pull-bak in Lebanon
may affect U.S.-Israel rela-
tions.
(Begin's health is suspect,
however, and it may be the
reason that' Begin has few
meetings scheduled with
Jewish organizations dur-
ing his U.S. visit.)

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chief editor of the semi-
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Al-Ahram, reprinted in
the U.S. government's
Foreign Broadcast In-
formation Service daily
report on Monday.
"The firgt thing to be
pointed out here is that
neither Syria nor the Arab
countries were surprised by
a Lebanese-Israeli agree-
ment," Nafi wrote. "Indeed
the surprise was the Syrian
stand in rejecting the
agreement because obvi-
ously' the Arab goern-
ments believe there was no
problem involving the
withdrawal of the Syrian
forces or other non-
Lebanese forces."
The Al-Ahram editor also
says that a stalemate will
help Israel consolidate its
hold on the West Bank and
Gaza. But- he places the
blame not on Israel but on
Syria's refusal to negotiate
for a withdrawal from
Lebanon. He charges Syria
with "being responsible for
keeping the Palestinian
problem a hostage of its own
policies." _
Nafi makes one other in-
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