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December 09, 1983 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 9, 1983 5

No Military Commitment in U.S.-Israel Agreement Shamir Says

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
flatly denied in the Knesset
on Monday that Israel made
any military commitments
to the U.S. during his. and
Defense Minister Moshe
Arens' talks with President
Reagan and top Adminis-
tration officials in Wash-
ington last week.
There was no secret
agreement reached _ in
Washington and reports to

that effect are "erroneous forces. In addition, the President
Mubarak
rumors and baseless in- United States agreed to warned in Cairo that the
terpretations," Shamir de- provide the greater propor- agreement for "strategic
clared, explaining the sub- tion of its military assis- cooperation" with Israel
stance of his agreement tance to Israel in the form of would spell disaster for
with the,United States with grants rather than loans.
America's friends in the
He noted that whereas in Arab world.
emphasis on their economic
as well as military benefits the past Israel received $1.7
The official Algerian
billion, half in grants and news agency said the air
to Israel.
Shamir and other Israeli half in loans, it will not re- strike was practically "a
officials have rejected ceive $1.4 billion as a grant. declaration of war" against
suggeStions, in foreign Aid funds will be exchanged the Arabs. Amman radio
media and from some oppo- for shekels in the amount of deplored the attack, warn-
sition quarters in Israel $250 million. Israel will ing that it would "only
that the American air strike also be able to sell materiel make matters worse and
against Syrian positions in to the American air and provoke new tension in the
A NEW
Lebanon on Sunday, on the naval forces.
area." The raid was vigor-
INEXPENSIVE WAY
Shamir maintained that ously protested by the
heels of an Israeli air strike
TO BUY QUALITY
a day earlier, indicated col- this cooperation between Sudan government. Saudi
lusion between the two gov- the twO countries will focus Arabia and the Arab Gulf
FURNITURE
ernments to make war on on deterring Syria's "ag- states condemned it as "part
Now you can buy name
gressiveness" and on reach- of Israel's war on the Arab
Syria.
brand, top • quality
Shamir told the Knes- ing a solution in Lebanon. nations."
furniture the direct way
set that the U.S.-Israel He called on King Hussein
at a tremendous
On Wednesday Shamir
savings, and have it ,
joint political-military of Jordan to join the peace told the Knesset's Foreign
delivered, set up and
committee, scheduled to process and on President Affairs and Security Com-
serviced by a company
hold its first meeting in Hosni Mubarak of Egypt to mittee that there was a sig-
that has 35 years in the
Washington next month, resume the autonomy talks.
nificant difference between
furniture business. A
Shamir's statement the U.S.-Israel agreements
will discuss combined
company that's here in
military maneuvers and was followed by a gen- reached last week and the
this area to serve you
the storage of American eral debate. Former
memorandum of Under-
personally. Find out
military equipment in Is- Foreign Minister Abba standing for Strategic
about this new way to
rael. He contended that Eban of the Labor Cooperation the U.S. and
get the kind of furniture
military cooperation be- Alignment stressed that Israel initialed in 1981
and service you expect,
tween the two countries Israel's only interest in which ever became opera-
with greater savings
would have a deterrent Lebanon is to secure its tive.
than you'd ever expect.
effect. Storing military northern border. Peace
Call 356-1980 now for
The discussions in Wash-
equipment would also for Galilee can be ington last week revolved
details.
make a significant con- guaranteed by a strategy around means to deter
tribution to Israel's of deterrence from within _Syria, not the Soviet Union,
economy.
Israel, he said and, and in that respect differed
The premier explained "There are no Israeli from the memorandum of
that the Americans also 'interests that dictate an two years ago, Shamir ex-
would buy some equipment Israeli effort to drive the plained. He assured the
in Israel for their armed Syrians out of Lebanon committee that the gov-
by force."
ernment was not concealing
"No Israeli interest will any details of his talks in
be promoted by an extended
stay of the Israel Defense
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long as the Syrian army
does not withdraw."
, Shamir expressed deep
sorrow in the Knesset over
the deaths of American
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Marines in Lebanon —
eight were killed in heavy
m° a- r1101:.:,:r -Z.g.m.
bombardment which fol-
lowed Sunday's air strike.
He said, "Those soldiers
were sent to preserve peace
and they are being killed by
the enemies of peace."
Earlier, at a meeting with
with air, stereo, tilt, and much, much more.
former U.S. Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance, Shamir
said the Syr,ians had dared
provoke the U.S. because
New!
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they had Soviet backing and
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the Soviets supply them
stereo, auto, buckets,
air, def. tilt, stereo
with sophisticated
rear
def.,
pwr.
steering
and much, much more
weaponry. He said the
and much, much more.
American air strike was a
reasonable and proper re-
sponse to Syrian attacks on
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U.S. reconnaissance flights
over Lebanon in recent
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Both the American air
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seats, rear def., stereo,
and much, much more.
and much, much more.
strike and the newly-
concluded U.S.-Israel
agreements were de-
nounced vigorously
with approved credit, $500 Down
throughout the Arab
48 months. GMAC closed end lease.
world. Egyptian

Washington.
He said last Sunday's
American air strike
against Syrian positions
in Lebanon resulted from
the crisis in that country,
not any secret U.S.-
Israeli agreement for
joint military action.
Charges of U.S.-Israeli
collusion aimed against the
Soviet Union were the sub-
stance of a no-confidence
motion by the Hadash
(Communist) Party in the
Knesset on Wednesday. It
was overwhelmingly de-
feated. Only the four
Hadash MKs supported the
measure. The Labor Align-
ment and Shinui abstained.
Hadas,h leader • Meir
Wilner accused the gov-
ernment of making itself "a
servant of American policy
and anti-Communist ideol-
ogy for which it was ready to
sacrifice tens of thousands

of young Israelis and to
endanger the state of Is-
rael."

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