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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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can interests in the Middle
East."
He noted as one of the
"positive factors" in the
Middle East situation is
our close relations with Is-
rael and our ironclad com-
mitment to its security and
well being, as is Israel's
support for strengthening
the government of Lebanon.
Israel's confidence in our
commitment to its security
is essential to progress
toward peace."
In a prepared state-
ment to the House sub-
committee last week,
Murphy focused primar-
ily on the Lebanese situa-
tion but in addition,
called on Palestine Lib-
eration Organization
chief Yasir Arafat to seek
a negotiated settlement
to the Palestinian prob-
lem.
"We hope that Arafat will
now understand that the
only way to tangible gains
for Palestinians is through
direct negotiations between
Jordan and Israel and that
violent struggle is doomed
as a way to achieve Palesti-
nian goals," Murphy said.
The State Department of-
ficial said continued tur-
moil in Lebanon "heightens
the danger of further war-
fare" betwen Israel and
Syria. "Because of the major
Soviet presence in Syria,
such hostilities could lead to
wider international conflict
as well. He accused "outside
forces" of having "exacer-
bated" Lebanon's internal
strife.
Murphy contended that
continued U.S. involvement
in the multi-national force
in Lebanon is viewed by
both "friends and adver-
saries" as "a test of our abil-
ity to exercise leadership
towards a wider peace in the
Middle East." He indicated
U.S. support for the May 17
Israel-Lebanon security
and troop withdrawal
agreement, saying, "if
Lebanon is penalized" for
this agreement, it "would
have ominous implications
for peace elsewhere in the
region."
But Murphy said the
Syrian government of
President Hafez Assad
"remains an obstacle."
Meanwhile, President
Reagan said that "we are
making progress" in Leba-
non and asserted that the
U.S. Marines stationed in
Beirut as part of the multi-
national peacekeeping force
will not be driven out of
Lebanon by "state spon-
sored terrorism."
President Reagan ap-
pealed for support of his
Lebanon policy during a
blunt exchange with Con-
gressional leaders he
sought bipartisan backing
for the continued presence
of U.S. troops in Beirut until

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a diplomatic solution for the
Lebanon crisis is found, the
White House said.
In a related develop-
ment, an Israeli civilian
employee of the govern-
ment's Public Works De-
partment (PWD) was kil-
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Shultz briefed a closed
session of the House of
Representatives last week.
Earlier, Murphy appeared
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committee on Europe and
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view that "the events in
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