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May 24, 1985 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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resurgence when its armed forces
entered Lebanon in June 1982
"both to destroy a Palestinian
dominion in west Beirut and the
south, ans also to restore Chris-
tian Maronite hegemony over the
country.
"The first mission was rela-
tively easy to achieve. Over the
course of a decade the Palestine
armed presence in Lebanon had
been emptied of its exalted claims
and had turned into an affair of
caprice and showmanship," he re-
ports. "Israel's second mission
was not to be fulfilled. The time of
the Maronite ascendancy had
passed. Demographic realities
had caught up with the Maro-
nites; no amount of Israeli or
American support could sustain
their bid for hegemony over an
unwieldy country."
The beneficiaries of the Israeli
action, says Ajami, were "the
long-suppressed Shiites. Israel
shattered the Palestinian domin-
ion; it did for the Shiites what
they had not been able to do for
themselves."
Ajami is convinced that the
Shiites will never permit the PLO
to return to southern Lebanon.
"The awe with which Arafat and
his cause were once held is a thing
of the past," he says. Israel will
have to trust "today's enemy —
the Shia" — to keep the PLO out of
the south, he points out, noting
that the Shia would do this "for
their own reasons."
He advises Israel not to seek as-
surances from the Shia, because
"none will be offered. Control of
the land will have to be left to its
own people." But he warns there
is no likelihood of a tranquil
Israeli-Lebanese border, "no
guarantee that Katyusha rockets
will not again be fired into Galilee
after Israel's withdrawal." Is-
rael's return to the international
border would be a return to the
status quo ante, he says, and "from
the border, Israel would have the
means to defend itself and the
rights to reprisal that stay -within
the rough rules of proportional-
ity."
Ajami discounts the assertion
that, by the invasion, Israel sub-
stituted the enmity of hundreds of
thousands of Shiites for that of
several thousand Palestinian
guerrillas.
"The fight between the Shia
and Israel is more 'normal' than
that between Israel and the Pales-
tinians," he declares. "The cur-
rent struggle in the south of
Lebanon is the classic one be-
tween a native population and a
foreign occupier. There are no
Shia territorial claims against Is-
rael. The argument that Israel
has ended up with the enmity of
hundreds of thousands of Shiites
as opposed to that of several
thousand guerrillas, is misplaced.
It is not across the border to the
south that the Shia look. Their
cause is in the south of Lebanon
itself and in Greater Beirut."
As for the Syrians, Ajami be-
lieves they "will continue to work
within and through the shell of
Lebanese sovereignty" and "will
not push their luck." Their facade
of power, he says, "hides all sorts
of weaknesses and troubles."

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