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IDF Finishes First Stage
Of Lebanon Withdrawal

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Israel
Defense Force completed the first
stage of its withdrawal from south
Lebanon Saturday, two days
ahead of the schedule which had
set Monday as the date of their
final departure.
The pull-out from the port city
of Sidon and the rest of the north-
west sector of south Lebanon was
accomplished smoothly, without
incident. The long lines of tanks,
armored personnel carriers and
trucks filled with smiling soldiers
and their equipment were
watched from a hilltop overlook-
ing Sidon by Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin, Chief of Staff Gen.
Moshe Levy and senior officers of
the northern command.
As the Israeli troops left,
promptly at noon, units of the
Lebanese regular army crossed
the Awali River and entered
Sidon to the cheers of enthusiastic
crowds. The Lebanese regulars
are taking over the positions
evacuated by the IDF. President
Amin Gemayel and Premier
Rashid Karameh visited Sidon to
demonstrate that the Beirut re-
gime is in control of at least a part
of south Lebanon.
As if to further that impression,
the Lebanese Defense Minister
announced that he had instructed
his troops to fire on the IDF if any
confrontation developed. He said
the Lebanese army would fight
the Israelis if they attempted to
return to south Lebanon.
The ID,V is now encamped on a
new line tom the coast, along the
Litani River to the mountain
town of Jezzine. The Israeli
Cabinet is expected to im-
mediately begin discussing the
second stage of the pull-out. Ac-
cording to senior IDF officers it
will be more complicated and dif-
ficult than the first stage. But
military sources said it could
begin in about two weeks.
The second stage will bring the
IDF to a line closer to the Israeli
border and will involve the mass
movement of troops rather than
equipment. According to military
sources, the IDF will be most vul-
nerable to attack in this stage as it
leaves the eastern sector of south
Lebanon where it presently faces
the forces of Syria and Palestine
Liberation Organization dissi-
dents led by Abu Moussa, YaAir
Arafat's principal rival for leader-
ship of the PLO.
The Israeli troops were de-
lighted to be leaving Sidon and
the Awali River line where they
had been subjected to continuous
harassent by hostile elements,
mainly Shiite Moslems. A sour
note was struck when Orthodox
elements in the government de-
nounced the army for choosing
Saturday to pull out of Sidon.
But one Orthodox politician,
former Educataion Minister
Zevulun Hammer of the National
Religious Party, said he under-
stood that the Saturday date was
selected for purely military rea-
sons, for the purpose of pikuach
nefesh (saving lives) and was
therefore permissable.
At a TV interview Sunday,
Rabin explained that the army
command proposed Saturday be-
cause of the intelligence reports
that terrorists in south Lebanon

intended to attack the evacuating
units. Rabin said the matter was
approved by the mini-Cabinet
unanimously.
An ominous note accompanied
the withdrawal. At least four
Lebanese were reported mur- .
dered for collaborating with the
IDF and a fleet of locally-owned
trucks used to help the Israelis
evacuate was destroyed. The
South Lebanon Army suffered
desertions as at least 25 of its
soldiers fled to Sidon to protect
their families.
The second stage of the with-
drawal from south Lebanon will
be the most difficult and danger-
ous for the Israel Defense Force
and may leave it temporarily ex-
posed to attack by Syria, accord-
ing to Maj. Gen. Ori Orr, com-
mander of the northern front. He
said the second stage will take
10-12 weeks.
Israeli troops were occupied
during their final days in the
Awali River-Sidon area with

The second stage of
the withdrawal from
south Lebanon will
be the most difficult
and dangerous for
the IDF.

searches for terrorists and other
harrassing forces. IDF units
checked the Shiite Moslem village
of Burj Rakhal and one local resi-
dent was killed and another
wounded.
Voice of Lebanon radio claimed
the IDF destroyed a building in
the village where arms were
found. An IDF spokesman said a
terrorist gang was pursued by Is-
raeli troops across the Awali
River and four were captured.
The IDF liaison office building
in Nabatiye was fired on Friday
morning for the 16th time in the
last few weeks. A South Lebanon
Army (SLA) patrol was attacked
on the outskirts of the town. There
were no casualties in either inci-
dents.
IDF officers in Nabatiye said
that attacks can be expected to in-
crease.
Rabin disclosed that the Druze
in the Shouf Mountains are no
longer taking steps to prevent the
infiltration of terrorists across the
Awali River and are even
cooperating with their erstwhile
enemies, the Shiites. The Defense
Minister reiterated that he could
not promise that terrorist rockets
will never again fall on Galilee.
He maintained however that it
was more effective for the IDF to
adopt an offensive strategy of re-
taliation instead of static defense
in which every soldier is a target
of terrorist attack inside Lebanon.
The new line passes through
groups of Shiite villages and the
terrain makes it difficult to pre-
vent terrorist or guerrilla incur-
sions.
Gen. Orr said, "We'll defend the
Israeli units. We're not going to
defend the area." According to his
estimate, the second stage of the

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