100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

August 26, 1983 - Image 19

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

IDF Tries to Halt Fighting Between Druze, Christians

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael Defense Force units
went into action Monday
with artillery and tank fire
east of Beirut in an effort to
stop the heavy shelling by
Druze on Christian posi-
tions near the presidential
residence on the outskirts of
the Lebanese capital.
Five Lebanese civilians
were reported killed and 10
wounded in the exchanges
between the Druze and
Christian forces.
Meanwhile, Israeli posi-
tions and patrols came
under fire as a result of the
continuing fighting be-
tween the Christians and
Druze over the past few
days. There were no Israeli
casualties. Israeli forces
shot and killed a terrorist
after he had fired two
Katyusha rockets at an Is-
raeli position north of Tyre
Sunday night, the army
spokesman said.
Meanwhile, Defense
Minister Moshe Arens told
an Israel Bond conference
that the Lebanese govern-
ment was not doing enough
to arrange a settlement be-
tween the warring Druze
and Christians in the Shouf
mountains, or to coordinate
with Israel over the rede-
ployment of the Israel De-
fense Force from the Shouf
area to the Awali River line
in the south.

Arens, who visited the
Beirut area last week,
said that the feelings
among the Lebanese
people, as he experienced
them, were that they "live
in fear of their lives, are
afraid of tomorrow, are
suspicious and afraid of
their neighbors or other

ethnic groups, and see
the dangers of a buildup
of a possible new cycle of
violence."

-
The defense minister
cautioned, "Too much time
has passed, and not enough
time is left. A political ac-
cord with the Druze must be
reached. It requires inten-
sive negotiations which
must be begun this very
moment, and carried out so
that the accord can be ac-
complished before we
leave."

In addition, Arens con-
tinued, "it is essential that
the Lebanese armed forces
coordinate very closely with
the IDF so that when we
leave the area a vacuum
will not be left behind, and
that there can be a smooth
transition with the
Lebanese armed forces tak-
ing over our positions,
rather than the Syrians or
the PLO coming into the
area in the wake of our
withdrawal."
However, Arens said, "In

the light of the lack of ac-
tivity which we sense from
the government in Beirut in
these two spheres, we can-
not make our redeployment
contingent on these objec-
tives being met."
At the conclusion of the
nine-day 35th anniversary
international Israel Bond
conference last week,
attended by 500 Bond lead-
ers, it was reported that Is-
rael Bond receipts for 1983
have passed the $300 mil-
lion mark.

Friday, August 26, 1983 19

MARC
ANKERMAN

Disc Jockey

"The Best Music in Town"

Parties, Dances &
Special Occasions
352-2292 — 546-5797

LIGHTS - SOUND
EXPERIENCE

Plan to attend the annual

Bar-Ilan University
Dinner

Honoring Joseph H. Jackier

Join in supporting this great Israeli educational institution, unique in
theJewish world because it provides academic and professional
excellence together with the eternal precepts of Judaism.

Michigan ADL
Appointee Told

Block,
D.
Elaine
president of the Michigan
Board of the Anti-
Defamation League, an-
nounced the appointment of
Nancy L. Frumkin, to the
position of community con-
sultant for the Michigan
regional office.
A June graduate of the
Washington College of Law
of the American Univer-
sity, Ms. Frumkin received
her undergraduate degree
from Purdue University.
Ms. Frumkin also has
studied at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity Faculty of Law, and
served a judicial internship.
In 1979, she was named
Outstanding Woman Stu-
dent by the Purdue Student
Association.

In addition, she served
on the executive boards
of the Hillel Foundation
as well as the Indiana
Federation of Jewish
Students, and has prev-
iously worked for the
probation department of
Lafayette, Ind., and
worked as a bilingual in-
formation specialist in
education.

Ms. Frumkin has been
active in Congregation Beth
El, of Bethesda, Md., the
Jewish Community Center
of Rockville, Md., and was
on the teaching staff of the
United Synagogue Youth
conventions.

NORMAN A. PAPPAS

JOSEPH H. JACKIER

DR. MARTIN HART

General Chairman

General Chairman

Speaker:
Professor Emanuel Rackman
President, Bar-Ilan University

6:00 pm Cocktails — 7:00 pm Dinner
Subscription: $100 per person

Date : Tuesday, September 20, 1983
Place: Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Honorary Chairmen

Max M. Fisher

Philip Slomovitz

Paul Zuckerman

Education Chairman

Scholarship Chairman

Arrangements Chairmen

Paul Zlotoff

Allan J. Pearlman

Sharon Hart, Susan Pappas

Synagogue Liaison

Windsor Chairman

Endowment Chairman

Sherman Shapiro

Jacob Rosenthal

Jack Zwick

Faculty of Jewish Studies

Department of Life Sciences

Business Administration

Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal

Dr. Harris Mainster

Max Nosanchuk

Global Board of Trustees

Chairman, Global Board of Trustees

Global Board of Trustees—Vice President,
American Board of Overseers

Mr. and Mrs. Max Stollman

American BOard of Overseerc

David Hermelin
David B. Holtzman
Joseph H. Jackier

Phillip Stollman

Emery I. Klein
Salek Lessman
Robert H. Naftaly

Dr. Leon Fill

\lidtvest Executive Director

Leslie M. Goldstein

Irving Nusbaum

For Information and Reservations Please Call 398-7180

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan