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January 20, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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48 Friday, January 20, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL, AJCommittee Blast Quakers for Urging End to Withdrawal

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two major national Jewish
organizations castigated
the American Friends Serv-
ice Committe (AFSC) for

urging the United States to
scrap the May 17, 1983,
Lebanese-Israeli security
and withdrawal agreement
because, two Middle East

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representatives of the
AFSC told a press confer-
ence in New York last week,
"Syria would never agree to
the establishment of nor-
malization of relations be-
tween Lebanon and Israel."
The two organizations,
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith and
the American Jewish
Committee, also criticized
the Quaker group for cal-
ling on the U.S. to open a
dialogue with the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
Abraham Foxman, ADL's
associate national director
and head of its interna-
tional affairs division stated
in a letter to Stephen Cary,
AFSC chairman, that "It is
most disturbing, and ironic,
that the call to cancel to an
agreement that establishes
peace between countries
should come from an organ-
ization which identifies it-
self, and is identified with,

the cause of peace."
Foxman stated that the
Israel-Lebanon agree-
ment "represents a
further stage in the ongo-
ing process of Arab
recognition of Israel's
right to live in peace. This
process began with
Egypt, continues with
Lebanon, and must be
encouraged and
broadened in the future
to include other would-be
Arab peacemakers. In-
deed, those in the Arab
world who wish to end
the bloodshed and seek
peaceful relations with
the Jewish state might be
emboldened to come
forward if they see other
Arab states doing so."

Dr. George Gruen, the
AJCommittee's Middle
East affairs director, stated
that "One would have ex-
pected that representatives

of the Quakers, a movement
noted for its devotion to
peace and the pacific set-
tlement of disputes, would
have encouraged the step
forward toward a more
comprehensive Arab-Israel
peace represented by the
Lebanese-Israeli agree-
ment.
"We would have expected
the AFSC to use its moral
suasion and political influ-
ence to attempt to convince
Syria to agree to withdraw
its forces from Lebanon, as
has been repeatedly re-
quested by the Lebanese
government, and to stop
obstructing the peace proc-
ess."
Gruen also said that the
AJCommittee was "appal-
led" and "disturbed" that
the two AFSC representa-
tives called for the U.S. to
open a dialogue with the
PLO.

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it can to maintain its exist-
ence."
Maj. Haddad commanded
the Christian militia, a
force of some 1,000 men
armed and equipped by Is-
rael which, for years con-
trolled a strip of territory
along the Lebanon-Israel
border and fought Palestine
Liberation Organization
terrorists deployed further
north in what came to be
known as "Fatahland."
After Israel's occupa-
tion of south Lebanon in
the 1978 Litani campaign
Maj. Haddad proclaimed
the "Independent Repub
lic of Free Lebanon" in
his territory and called
his armed force the
"Army of Free Lebanon.'
An implacable foe of the
PLO and of leftist Lebanese
Moslems, Maj. Haddad' S
militia set as its main task
the protection of Christian
towns and villages in the
border region. Later he was
joined by local Shiite Mos-
lems, also armed by Israel.
Maj. Haddad's "Free
Lebanon" army was to be
incorporated into the
Lebanese Regular army
under the terms of the May
17, 1983, Israel-Lebanon
agreement, with a com-
manding role for Maj. Had-
dad locally. The agreement
has yet to be ratified by the
Beirut government.
Maj. Haddad, a career
officer in the Lebanese
army before he defected to
set up his own military
enclave in the south, was
branded a deserter and re-
negade by Beirut. Though
he had the support of
right-wing Lebanese Chris-
tians, the Moslem majority
considered him their
enemy. He was stripped of
his rank and for a time there
was a warrant out for his
arrest to stand trial for
treason. His rank and full
honors had been restored by
the Beirut government.

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