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August 26, 1983 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

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26 Friday, August 26, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ceausescu Says Lebanon War a Mistake, Yediot Reports

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The war in Lebanon was a
grave mistake because it
did not solve the problems it
set out to solve, but rather

created more difficult and
complicated
problems,
President
Nicolae
Ceausescu told Victor
Shemtov, secretary general

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ing before Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir met with
Ceausescu last week. De-
tails of the Ceausescu-
Shemtov meeting were pub-
lished in Yediot Aharanot.
Romanian President
Ceausescu told the Mapam
leader during their meeting
at Ceausescu's summer re-
sidence•ear the Black Sea:
"The Lebanon war altered
the peace process which
began with the peace
agreement between Israel
and Egypt and led it to a
dead end. It created new
dangers of a military deter-
ioration in the Middle East,
and strengthened the ex-
tremist elements in the
Arab world." •
Ceausescu said that Is-
rael must realize that time
is working against her, and
that whatever is not

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achieved now might not be
achieved at a later date. He
called for a total Israeli
withdrawal from all
Lebanese territory, because
Israel's presence in that
country was accomplished
by an invasion.
The Romanian leader
added that Israel could
create the conditions
which would enable the
Lebanese people•o attain
full independence and
sovereignty.
According to Yediot,
Shemtov responded that
Lebanon's full indepen-
dence and sovereignty could
not be assured without the
withdrawal of all foreign
forces, including those of
Syria and the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
Ceausescu reiterated
Romania's view that Israel
must negotiate directly
with the PLO because it was
the sole representative of
the Palestinian people. In
addition:, he said, Israel
should withdraw to its pre-
1967 borders and all6w the
creation of a Palestinian
state.
Shemtov, Yediot re-
ported, replied that such a
stand was a prescription for
a political dead end. He said
no Israeli government
would agree to withdraw to
the 1967 borders. The only
way to solve the conflict was
by direct negotiations with-
out preconditions with Jor-
dan and Palestinian repre-
sentatives who recognize Is-
rael and renounce terror,
Shemtov said.
Ceausescu also stated
that no peaceful settle-
ment was possible with-
out the participation of
the Soviet Union. Shem-
tov said, in reply, that the
Soviet's attitude toward
Israel was hostile and
one-sided, which pre-
vented it from contribut-
ing to the peace process.
He said he did not believe
in either a Pax
Americana nor in a Pax
Sovietica. •
Shemtov was invited to
Romania as guest of
Ceausescu, who is also the
secretary general of the
Communist Party.
In a related development,
Shamir indicated that Is-
rael may view favorably the
participation of the Soviet
Union in the efforts to
achieve a Middle East peace
should the Soviets renew re-
lations with the Jewish
state.
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on his return from
Romania, Shamir also said
as long as the USSR does
not maintain normal dip-
lomatic relations with Is-
rael, there will be no coop-
eration between the two
countries.
He said this was his re-
sponse to comments by
Romanian officials that
there can be no settle-
ment in the Mideast
without Soviet participa-
tion. The Soviets broke
off diplomatic ties with
Israel after the 1967 Six-
Day War.
Shamir also reported on
his meetings with represen-
tatives of the Romanian
Jewish community, said to
number nearly 30,000. He
said Romania's Jewish
community was living a
"full Jewish life." He said he
was deeply impressed by the
Jewish youths' enthusiasm
for Zionism.
Same 1,500 Jews are ex-
pected to make aliya this
year. The foreign minister
also participated in a cere-
mony in the Bucharest
Synagogue ; jammed with
hundreds of mostly elderly
people. He told them in Yid-
dish, "I bring you a hearty
greeting from the state of

Israel, the government and
Premier Menahem Begin."
His comments were often
interrupted by loud
applause, and the calls of
"Am Yisrael Chai."

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NEW YORK — A group
of 88 children and their
families flew to Israel ear-
lier this month for Bar and
Bat Mitzva ceremonies atop
Masada.
The special tour was ar-
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