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December 14, 1984 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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Friday, December 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Lebanon talks recess

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel agreed
this week to a Lebanese request
for a two-week break in the talks
at Nakura and denied that it had
set a deadline for progress.
The denial followed media re-
ports that Israeli officials in-
formed U.S. Assistant Secretary
of State Richard Murphy that un-
less the negotiations yielded some
progress in the next 10 days, Is-
rael would act unilaterally to re-
deploy its forces in south Leba-
non.
The Lebanese had asked that
the talks be adjourned for
Christmas. Israeli sources said
they plan to use the break to
assess the negotiations to date
and consider future steps. Israel
Radio reported that the hiatus in
negotiations might be used by Is-
rael to encourage a mediation ef-
fort by France or to persuade the
U.S. to become more deeply in-
volved.
Murphy, who is Assistant Sec-
retary for Near Eastern and
South Asian Affairs and the Re-
agan Administration's top aide in
the region, was in Beirut on Mon-
day after conferring with Israeli
leaders over the weekend. He also
went to Damascus and then re-
turned to Jerusalem. Some Israeli
sources said that Murphy would
undertake "shuttle" diplomacy
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effort to get the Nakura talks
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The reports of an Israeli dead-
line demand apparently arose
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talks with the Lebanese.
The Israeli and Lebanese dele-
gations held their ninth session
Monday at Nakura, under the au-
spices of the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon (UN-
IFIL). Gen. Amos Gilboa, head of
the Israeli delegation, was re-
ported to have again urged the
Lebanese to speed up the talks.
.The two sides have been
negotiating for two months over
security arrangements for Israel's
northern borders which would
permit the Israel Defense Force to
be withdrawn from south Leba-
non. The talks are deadlocked
over the issue of who will be re-
sponsible for security on the
Lebanese side after the IDF de-
parts.
The Lebanese insist that their
regular army take over. The Is-
raelis, dubious of its capabilities,
want the immediate border zone
patroled by the South Lebanon
Army (SLA), a largely Christian
militia which Israel supports, and
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