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June 21, 1985 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-21

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Friday, June 21, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

•Bloom 06 Bloom •

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next election. The opposition
cannot say he is the man
who gave back the Japanese
terrorists (in the recent pris-
oner swap) or the man who
gave away 700 Shiite pris-
oners."
Should Israel agree to re-
lease the Shiite prisoners, all
experts agreed, it would ap-
pear to have abandoned its
policy of not yielding to ter-
rorists' demands. "I would
expect that at the earliest
opportunity," said John De-
vlin, a former CIA expert on
the Middle East, "Israel
would show its old non-
negotiable stand is still very
much in effect. Israel would
hold very, very firm — and it
will probably hit its enemies
very, very hard."
The hijacking crisis ap-
pears to be yet another link
in a chain of terrorist
episodes that suggest Ameri-
can impotence. These inlude
the Iranian crisis that
paralyzed the Carter Ad-
ministration, and the April,
1983 bombing of the U.S.
Embassy in Beirut. Despite
warnings, innuendoes and
verbal saber-rattling, the
United States has never re-
taliated for these incidents.
The old jingoistic adage,
"Millions for defense, but not
one cent for tribute" seems to
have been stood on its ear in
recent years.
Part of this is the very na-
ture of the contemporary ter-
rorism. As Marius Deeb of
Georgetown said, "The whole
problem in Beirut is bigger
than the Amal or Hezballah.
It's how to end and how to
respond to state-sponsored
terrorism." Terrorist proxies,
said Deeb, allow Iran and
Syria to "act without being
responsible."
What is needed to ensure
the safety of American citi-
zens abroad — and of all
citizens — is a firm, explicit
and unbending policy against
terrorists. "We can't rely on
rhetoric," said Kenneth
Stein. "We must say exactly
what will happen to ter-
rorists and we must do it.
They must be punished. We
cannot tolerate lawlessness."
"One of our problems is
that we do not anticipate
terrorism," said Stein. "We
react to it. We need to be an-
ticipatory in international
relations."
Robert Freedman of the
Baltimore Hebrew College
also recommended punitive
action to discourage ter-
rorists. "We must eliminate
Beirut as a haven for ter-
rorists," he said.

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