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August 12, 1983 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Prepares to Redeploy Troops from Mountain Area

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli preparations for the
withdrawal of its troops
from the Shouf mountain
area, the scene of recent vio-
lent clashes between Chris-
tian Phalangists and Druze
villagers and the region
where the Israel Defense

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Force has sustained many
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Reports from Beirut de-
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ment of long convoys of
heavy trucks carrying pre-
fabricated huts and other
equipment from the Shouf
area to the coast near
Damour south of Beirut and
then south along the coastal
road towards the Awali
River, where Israeli troops
are being redeployed.
The IDF explained the
movement as "merely
routine . . . withdrawal of
winter equipment no longer
needed (in the Shouf area)."
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the base, relations between
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In a related development,
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called "Parents Against Si-
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narrow river.
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were reported to be con-
tinuing their occupation
of the Phalangist head-
quarters in Falous east of
Sidon, from which the
Christian forces had
been ousted earlier last
week. Reports from Be-
irut that the IDF had re-
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halting their attacks
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