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June 15, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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Friday, June 15, 1984 39

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — No
Casualties among IDF forces
were reported in two inci-
dents in southern Lebanon
last Friday.
An explosive device blew
up near an IDF unit moving
along a road near Shohaya
on the western sector in
south Lebanon.
In another incident in the
same area, light-arms fire
was directed at an Israeli
patrol.
An Israel Defense Force
patrol clashed with and cap-'
tured four Arab infiltrators
on the Golan Heights,
wounding one.
The intruders, who put up
a short fight near Kibbutz
Afik before they surren-
dered, were described as
youths aged between 16-21,
armed with KalatChnikov
rifles, ammunition, 11 hand
grenades and three anti-
tank rocket-propelled gre-
nades. Israeli military
authorities believed their
intention was to seize hos-
tages in exchange for Pales-
tinian terrorists held in Is-
raeli prisons.
Israeli Chief of Staff
Moshe Levy thinks that the
IDF's stay in Lebanon may
be a long one, though he
does not rule out the possi-
bility of further redeploy-
ment.
In briefings with Israeli
military correspondents
and radio interviews on the
second anniversary of the
start of the Lebanon war,
General Levy said the deci-
sion to stay in Lebanon or
return home is a political
decision, and not one to be

decided on by the army
command.
Every attempt is being
made to reduce casualties to
the minimum, he said. But
he said he could see no al-
ternative force in southern
Lebanon at present which
could guarantee the safety
of Israel's northern border
and safeguard Galilee set-
tlements against infiltra-
tion.
Referring to Syria, he
said, the presence of large
forces facing each other in
the Golan always meant the
potential danger of a con-
frontation and the IDF had
to plan as though there was
an acute danger of war.
Levy told the correspon-
dents he thought the press
had exaggerated the thrust
of dangers arising from
Egyptian military prepara-
tions in the Sinai. Israel's
stategic position vis-avis its
neighbors was not as omin-
ous as recent headlines had
suggested, he said.
Levy also thought the
capture of the four terrorist
infiltrators into the Golan
Heights also did not herald
any increased Syrian-
backed incidents.
Even if it was sanctioned
by Syria, "they did their
best to play down the inci-
dent," he said, indicating he
thought it was an isolated
individual operation with-
out official backing.

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Golan Heights has expelled
five of its members for drug
use after they refused to
undergo therapy.
The incident, said to be
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butz movement, exposed a
problem that has been of
concern to Israeli society for
some time. The men in-
volved, native-born Israelis,
recently completed their
army service in Lebanon,
where drug use is common,
according to Herzl Sinai, a
spokesman for the kibbutz.
He said however that the
drug problem dates back to
Israel's occupation of Sinai,
where soldiers were first in-
troduced to drugs and,
under the pressures of war
became users.
Shaar Hagolan hired a
private detective to trace
the drug users. He posed as
a volunteer and became
friendly with the five men.
They were offered the choice
of therapy or dismissal and
chose the latter after the
kibbutz membership voted
150-2 to expel them.

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