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November 11, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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THE DEiROIJEWISH NEWS

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`U.S. to Act Alone in Retaliation for Marine Massacre in Lebano

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger and Gen. John
Vessey, Jr., chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, refused
Sunday to reveal whether
the United States would re-
taliate for terrorist bombing
of the Marine headquarters
in Beirut as did the Israelis
immediately following the
terrorist bombing of its
headquarters in Tyre last
Friday.
Vessey ruled out any joint
action with the Israelis.
The Israelis are in Leba-
non in a different position

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than we are," Vessey said on
NBC-TV's "Meet the Press"
program. "The Israelis are
at war with the Syrians. We
came in as a peacekeeping
force to try and help re-
establish Lebanon, to get
both the Israelis and the Sy-
rians out."
Asked about retaliation,
Vessey replied, "We need to
find the perpetrators. We
don't need to side with the
Israelis or the Syrians."
Vessey said he did not know
who was responsoble for the
terrorist bombing of the
Marine barracks which took
some 230 American lives.
But while being vague
about retaliation, he added,
"I think we should attack
the terrorists."

Weinberger, appearing
on ABC-TV's "This Week
With David Brinkley,"
said he would not discuss
what action, if any, the
U.S. would take against
those responsible for the
terrorist attack. There
have been some reports
that in moving in another
aircraft carrier into the

waters off of Lebanon,
the U.S. may be planning
air attacks similar to the
ones staged by the Is-
raelis last Friday.

But Weinberger said the
aircraft carrier that is arriv-
ing off the coast of Lebanon,
is accompanying a ship car-
rying the marine contin-
gent that will replace the

Marines now in Lebanon.
He said that while the new
Marines are going in and
the old ones leaving, there is
a certain "overlap" in the
number of ships the U.S.
has off Lebanon.
In its initiial reaction, the
Reagan Administration
said that it was "revolted"
by the terrorist bombing in

Reagan Names Rumsfeld
Special Mideast Ambassador

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Reagan named
Donald Rumsfeld, a former
Congressman who was Sec-
retary of Defense in the
Ford Administration, as his
special representative in
the Middle East.
He succeeds Robert
McFarlane, who was re-
cently named the
President's national secu-
rity adviser.

served the Nixon White
House first as director of the
Office of Economic Stabili-
zation Program from 1969
to 1972.
In 1973-1974, he was
United States ambassador
to NATO and then served as
Secretary of Defense from
1975 to 1977 when he be-
cathe president of Searle.

Tyre and appeared to indi-
cate that it did not disap-
prove of Israel's immediate
retaliation. Officially, State
Department spokesman
John Hughes said he had
"no comment" when he was
asked about the Israeli
bombing of Syrian and
Palestinian targets in
Lebanon. Unofficially,
however, the department
called Israel's action
"understandable wrath."
After previous Israeli re-
taliatory strikes, the State
Department had either con-
demned them or had de-
plored the use of violence by
all sides. When Hughes was
asked if Israeli retaliation
would result in an escala-
tion of violence in Lebanon,

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would be his "point man" in
the Mideast, said he would
start immediately in his
new position, which he said
was for an indefinite period.
But he said he would only
take a leave of absence from
his job as president and
chief executive officer of G.
D. Searle and Co.

Rumsfeld gave no indi-
cation of when he would
make his first trip to the
Middle East. "I want to
spend some time here
and get briefed up and
visit with people who
have been involved prev-
iously," he told reporters.

Rumsfeld, who has no ex-
perience in the Mideast, is a
friend of Secretary of State
George Shultz, who repor-
tedly had urged that he be
named to the post.
Reagan said that Richard
Fairbanks, who is now in
Geneva where the Lebanese
reconciliation meeting is
going on, will "continue his
critical involvement in
these issues." But there was
no indication whether Fair-
banks will serve as
Rumsfeld's deputy as he did
under McFarlane.
There have been reports
that Alfred Atherton, who
has just ended a term as
ambassador to Egypt,
maybe named as a deputy
representative for the
Mideast, but Rumsfeld said
that he had not made any
plans dealing with person-
nel.
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he replied that any escala-
tion would have been
caused by those who
bombed the Israeli head-
quarters.
Hughes said the United
States still plans its own re-
taliation against the group
that committed the terrorist
act against the Marine
headquarters, but would
not say what form this
would take or when it will
come. He said the U.S. in-
vestigation was still going
on. When asked about Is-
rael's immediate response,
Hughes said the Israelis
made their own judgment
on how to respond and the
United States will make its
own judgment on its re-
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