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January 06, 1984 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

G- Friday, January 6, 1984

Israelis Considering Options

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(Continued from Page 1) met with Syrian President
four-day closure of the Hafez Assad, will not affect
U.S. Middle East policy.
Awali River bridges for se-
Asked if he saw it as a peace
curity reasons.
Informed sources pre- gesture by the Syrians,
dicted that the current Reagan replied, "I'm not
process of deliberation be- going to place any interpre-
tween the government and tation on it. I'm just pleased
. . . that this action has
the army, at the highest
levels, might result in a taken place."
thinning out of the IDF
Reagan's remarks came
presence in the south and as he began a meeting with
some transfer of authority his special Mideast repre-
to Lebanese national or sentative, Donald
local units.
Rumsfeld, to discuss the
The sources noted the overall situation in the
hopes expressed in Beirut Mideast and particularly
on Wednesday that a secu- Lebanon. The meeting,
rity agreement was at hand which also included Secre-
that would ease tensions in tary of State George Shultz
the Lebanese capital. That and Defense Secretary Cas-
agreement, if reached, par Weinberger, came as
would presumably enable Democratic and Republican
Lebanese army units to Congressional leaders are
move southwards towards beginning to publicly urge
the Awali and eventually that the Marines be pulled
cross the river. Such a de- out of Lebanon.
velopment presumably
Meanwhile, in Tunisia,
would facilitate the gradual Palestine Liberation
withdrawal of the U.S. Organization chief Yasir
Marines and the other units Arafat rejected Reagan's
of the multinational force. September 1982 Middle
This is increasingly the de- East peace initiative and
sire of large sections of the vowed to continue fighting
American public and Con- for an "independent Pales-
gressional opinion, and Is- tine."
raeli officials are aware that
Arafat said the Reagan
they must take account in plan "suppresses the
their own policy planning rights of the Palestinian
the likelihood that the people and ignores its na-
Marines will pull out of tional aspirations."
Lebanon in the coming
Last week, the Confer-
months.
ence of Presidents of Major
The Reagan Adminis- American Jewish Organ-
tration stressed Tuesday izations sent a telegram to
that it views the release the White House to protest
by Syria of Lt. Robert Administration officials
Goodman, Jr., the naval applauding Arafat's recent
officer shot down during meeting with President
a bombing raid against Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.
Syrian aircraft positions Conference chairman
in Lebanon Dec. 4, as a
"humanitarian" gesture
and not as part of the dip-
lomatic process for a set-
tlement in Lebanon.
President Reagan said
that Goodman's release,
after Rev. Jesse Jackson

Julius Berman said, "To be-
lieve now that Arafat can be
persuaded to follow the path
of peaceful reconciliation is
to doom the Middle East to
continued strife." The tele-
gram reminded the Ad-
ministration of the PLO's
long history of assassinat-
ing any Palestinian who
spoke for peace.
The Mubarak-Arafat
meeting also angered offi-
cers of Bani Zion, the
American Zionist fraternal
organization. They canceled
the scheduled address of
Egyptian Ambassador As-
hraf Ghorbal to the group's
mid-winter conference at
the end of January.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
newspaper Maariv says
that the quality of life of Is-
rael's poor has improved
significantly in the last 10
years. However, the gap be-
tween the poor has im-
proved significantly in the
last 10 years. However, the
gap between the poor and
the affluent has widened.
The paper said 150,000
Israelis get along on wages
that are only 20 percent of
what is considered a
minimum living wage.
Maariv's analyst stated
that the poor could have all
the necessities if they stick
to a strict budget and not try
to emulate the righ by pur-
chasing luxury items.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
raeli Chief of Staff Gen.
Moshe Levy claimed in a re-
cent interview that Syria is
as anxious as Israel to with-
draw from Lebanon, for the
same reasons.
Gen. Levy said the Sy-
rians cannot now withdraw
without losing prestige in
the Arab world, but would
have just as much influence
in Lebanon if it did not have
to station its army there.

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