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November 11, 1983 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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52 Fritly,_ November 11, 1983

_ THE _DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Eagleburger Talks Result in Clarification of U.S Israel Positions

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Undersecretary of State
Lawrence Eagleburger has
concluded talks here with
top Israeli officials on closer
political and strategic coor-
dination between Israel and
the U.S. and apparently the
talks went well.
Israeli sources disclosed
last week that a high level
Israeli ministerial delega-
tion will visit Washington
in "the next couple of
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who would comprise the
delegation but it may in-
clude Premier Yitzhak
Shamir. Shamir told a visit-
ing group of Israel Bond
leaders here last month that
he hoped to confer with
President Reagan in the not
too distant future.
The sources characterized
the talks with Eagleburger
as good and said discussions
focussed mainly on Leba-
non. Eagleburger, who is
undersecretary for political

affairs and the third rank-
ing diplomat at the State
Department, said the U.S.
believes Syria eventually
will agree to an arrange-
ment that will preserve
Lebanon's sovereignty and
integrity. He said the U.S.
was doing everything in its
power to make the current
conference in Geneva on
Lebanese national recon-
ciliation a success.

According to Eag-
leburger, Syria's attitude
toward the Lebanese
cease-fire has changed of
late from outright rejec-
tion to a growing recogni-
tion that the multina-
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He insisted, however,
that this assessment does
not contradict Washing-
ton's deep suspicion that
Syria, or certain Syrian offi-
cials, knew in advance of
the terrorist bomb attack on
U.S. marine headquarters
in Beirut Oct. 23 which took
the lives at more than 230
American servicemen.
Eagleburger said the U.S.
was still examining the evi-
dence and had very persua-
sive proof that Iranians
were involved in the attacks
on the U.S. and French mili-

Jewish Brothers
Win Argentina
Govt. Posts

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Two Jewish brothers
were elected to the
Chamber of Deputies as a
result of the large majority
of votes garnered by the
Radical Civic Union in last
week's presidential elec-
tions in Argentina.
According to the Latin
American branch of the
World Jewish Congress,
Marcelo Sturbin, 32, repre-
sents the federal capital in
the chamber, and Benjanin.
Sturbin, 31, represents the
province of Santa Fe. The
brothers are former student
leaders. Before the elec-
tions, Marcelo Sturbin de-
clared that he was proud of
his Jewish origin.
The WJC also reported
that two other Jews are
members of President Raul
Alfonsin's economic advi-
sory team. Dr. Bernard
Grinspun and Dr. Mario
Brodusohn are expected to
play a very important role
in the elaboration of the
new government's economic
policy.
Alfonsin, who was the
presidential candidate of
the Radical Civic Union had
52 percent of the vote to 40
percent for Italo Luder, the
Peronist candidate. The
Peronists, who suffered a
stunning defeat, had domi-
nated Argentina's political
life since their party was.
founded in 1945 by Juan Pe-
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tary headquarters. But he
would not say whether the
Iranians were agents of that
country or irregulars.
Other U.S. sources here
noted that President
Reagan's pledge to punish
those responsible for the
outrage was "a matter of re-
cord" and that if Eag-
leburger's visit to Israel im-
pressed the guilty with fear
that the U.S. and Israel
were jointly planning retri-
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however, that the U.S.
will in no way seek Israeli
help or involvement in
any punitive measures it
might contemplate.

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firmed American support
for the May 17 withdrawal
and security agreement be-
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During Escape

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Six
Arab prisoners held at the
Ansar detention camp in
south Lebanon were
crushed to death in a tunnel
under the camp through
which they had hoped to es-
cape.
The IDF spokesman said
that bulldozers had been at
work in a section of the
camp being razed after new
accommodations had been
built on concrete or asphalt
bases to prevent escape
tunnels from being built.
The tractor suddenly
sank into the earth, break-
ing through the surface into
a tunnel already dug in
which six inmates had been
hiding. In a search of the
area after the incident two
more prisoners were found
hiding underground in an-
other tunnel.

pressed concern that Leba-
non might surrender to Sy-
rian pressure to renounce
the accord.
It seemed clear, however,
that Israel and the U.S. do
not see eye-to-eye on all as-
pects of Lebanon policy,
though American dif-
ferences with Syria are
much wider at this point.
Eagleburger would not be
drawn into specifics on that
subject.

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