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December 09, 1983 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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Presidential Hopefuls Urge
Caution on U.S. Role in M.E.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Four of the candidates for
the Democratic President-
ial nomination in 1984 have
urged caution' about the in-
creasing American military
involvement in Lebanon in
the wake of Sunday's U.S.
air strikes against Syrian
positions in Lebanon.
One of them, the Rev.
Jesse Jackson, blamed the
increased cooperation an-
nounced between Israel and
the U.S. during last week's
visit to Washington of Is-
raeli Premier Yitzhak
Shamir, for the heightened
tension in Lebanon.
"When we sent (Lebanese
President Amin) Gemayel
back home empty-handed
and sent Shamir back home
with an armful, it was a sig-
nal that there was going to
be an escalation of tensions
in the Middle East,"
Jackson said on the
NBC-TV "Meet the Press"
program.

He said that by giving
an "almost unlimited . .
kind of blank check mili-
tary aid to Shamir," the
Administration "did not
contribute to the stabili-
zation nor to any good
feelings on the part of our
Arab allies. And we do
have allies on both .
sides."

Jackson said that to have
provided more aid to Israel
"without any, kind of con-
cessions" on the Golan
Heights, the West Bank or
the use of U.S. weapons in
Israel's invasion of Leba-
non, was not in "America's
interests. I think we should
always in our Middle East
policy reconcile our own
interests which include Is-
raeli and Arab interests as
well."
Accusing U.S. policy of
becoming "provocative" in
Lebanon, Jackson said that
while the U.S. forces should
not withdraw unilaterally,
they should be pulled out as
soon as possible "before we
find ourselves in a quag-
mire and cannot get out."

Another candidate, Sen.
Alan Cranston of Califor-
nia, accused Reagan of
being "trigger-happy and
reckless" as demonstrated
by the air strike. He said
there was a "U.S.-Soviet
equation" in the Middle
East and that the U.S.
bombing of Syrian positions
in Lebanon posed a poten-
tial conflict between the two
superpowers because of the
presence of Soviet advisers
in Syria.

Sen. John Glenn of
Ohio said the U.S.
"should exercise the ut-
most caution and meas-
ure our response to this
extremely dangerous
situation very carefully."
While stressing that he
does not favor with-
drawal of the Marines,
Glenn said that "for
nearly a year I have
warned against allowing
the situation in Lebanon
to deteriorate into a di-
rect Syrian-American
confrontation.

"I have called for clearly
defining our mission. If the

Administration considers a
large and protracted battle
with the Syrians in Leba-
non an option, let them pre-
sent their plans to the Con-
gress and the American
people."
Glenn added, if the U.S.
does not want to be in a war
in Lebanon, "then let's stop
stumbling toward it."
The fourth candidate,
Sen. Gary Hart of Colorado,
said "It's almost inevitable
that there will be an escala-
tion of the conflict the
longer we remain on
Lebanese soil."

Friday, December 9, 1983 31

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