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December 09, 1983 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 9, 1983 31

`Shared Values' Led to U.S.-Israel Agreement ONE LADY sr BAND

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The military and political
agreements concluded be-
tween the United States
and Israel last week are the
result of shared values and
concerns in the Middle East
and will not result in Israel
acting as a "sword for hire,"
according to Benjamin
Netanyahu, deputy chief of
mission at the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington.
In a 15-minute address to
the annual meeting of the
board of the United Israel
Appeal Tuesday night,
Netanyahu indicated that
the agreements are directed
at thwarting Syrian and
Soviet aggression in the
region.
According to Netanyahu,
the "conception of alliances"
between nations is a central
element of the foreign policy
of any nation caught in the
midst of conflict. While he
indicated that Israel "can
handle"- the Syrians, the
continued Soviet arma-
ments and sophisticated
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Syria is of serious concern.
"They are preparing
for war and the Syrian
economy is placed on a
war footing," Netanyahu
told some 150 persons at
the dinner in the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel. He said
that a Soviet supported
program to arm the Sy-
rians will be completed in
six to eight months.
"Tonight we say to the
enemies of the Jewish
people . . . for 2,000 years
our people fought and
triumphed before our
would-be oppressors and we
shall not be cowarded by
you," the Israeli official de-
clared.
In answering questions
from the UIA members
Netanyahu said the United
States' air attack on Syrian
military emplacements in
Lebanon Sunday marked
the first time that the U.S.
has reacted to the killing of
U.S. personnel by Arabs.
On other matters, the Is-
raeli official said the Rea-
gan Administration and the
Israeli leaders with whom
they met last week still dis-
agree on several outstand-
ing issues, including the Is-
raeli policy of expanded
Jewish settlements on the
West Bank, the U.S. desire
to sell arms to the moderate
Arabs and the U.S. position
on the more than three-
year-old Iran-Iraq war.

Netanyahu said the
United States seeks a tilt
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Opposition Leader Urges
U.S. to Remain in Lebanon

BOSTON (JTA) — Shi-
mon Peres, chairman of Is-
rael's opposition Labor
Party, Tuesday mourned
the loss of the 10 American
servicemen killed or
wounded in Lebanon last
weekend but called on the
U.S. to "maintain a strong
posture" in the Middle East.
Addressing an audience
of 150 at Harvard Univer-
sity, Peres said: "It is obvi-
ous that the U.S. can do
without Lebanon but peace
and freedom cannot prevail
in the world without
America. These young
Americans died in that
noble cause." He noted that
the U.S. "took it upon itself
to establish a Gemayel gov-
ernment" in Lebanon and
emphasized that "with the
right diplomatic and mili-
tary actions (this goal) can
be achieved."
Peres said he favored
military coordination be-
tween the U.S. and Israel
"as long as each of us can
manage our own business
without depending on the
other. We are grateful to
America for (its) economic
and military aid, but we
have to maintain the ability
to defend ourselves," he
stressed.
not
a
"I
am
`peacenik,' " the Labor
Party leader said. "God
forbid if we didn't have
an army to defend our-
selves. We must maintain
our military position."
But, he said, "in war you
must win: in peace you
must be willing to com-
promise."
He said "the best policy
for Israel is to take two un-
ilateral steps; realize the
Israel-Lebanon agreement
that provides for Israel's se-
curity and set dates for (Is-
rael's) withdrawal (from
Lebanon) independent of
Syrian withdrawal." Peres
also urged "containment" of
the Syrians. "I am not sure
if this can be achieved
through the negotiations
with the U.S.," he noted.
In New York last week,
more than 300 people,
among them Jewish lead-
ers, students, members of
Jewish organizations and
Israeli officials, joined Peres
at a memorial service for
David Ben Gurion, the
former Israeli Premier, on
the 10th anniversary of his
death.
At the beginning of his
U.S. trip last Wednesday,
Peres addressed the college
faculty members in the
Higher Education Division

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1984 Pennsylvania primary
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10 to avoid a conflict with
the eighth day of Passover
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