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June 28, 1985 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-28

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Friday, June 28, 1985 . 33

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made it a point to express support
and sympathy for the U.S. and
the American hostages.
U.S. Secretary of State George
Shultz was asked by reporters
last week if the American people
might begin to blame Israel if the
hostage crisis was prolonged.
Shultz replied, "It's possible, but
not justified, and I think it's im-
portant to separate these prob-
lems as I have been trying to do.
"The problem is not Israel, the
problem is not some evil about
America. The problem is the
people that hijacked that plane,
who murdered an American, and
who are holding the Americans
hostage. That's the problem,"
Shultz said.
Both Israel and the U.S. have
stressed that they would make no
concessions to the hijackers. The
Reagan Administration has said
repeatedly it would not ask Israel
to make concessions. Neverthe-
less, Washington has not yet de-
vised a way to secure release of
the hostages, at least not as far as
the public has been informed.
Israeli Prime Minister Shimon
Peres, in his briefing to the Knes-
set committee, repeated the offi-
cial position that the release of 31
Shiite prisoners from Atlit was
not linked to the hostage crisis
but was part of the ongoing re-
patriation of Lebanese nationals
detained by Israel, and that its
pace would depend on the secu-
rity situation in south Lebanon.
But it is generally believed by the
public and the Israeli media that
the release of the 31 Shiites was a
test to see what response it would
elicit from the hijackers. That re-
sponse was negative.
Meanwhile, Deputy Premier
David Levy, a leader of Likud,
called Monday for an "Israeli in-
itiative" in the hijack crisis. He
refused to say the initiative
should be release of all of the 766
Shiite prisoners. Likud has been
adamantly against their release
lest it appear to be surrender to
the hijackers.
Levy, who spoke in a radio
interview, did not say what sort
of initiative he had in mind.
However he urged close and con-
stant coordination with the U.S.
and warned that the hijackers
must be denied their objective of
driving a wedge between
Jerusalem and Washington.
The released prisoners left the
Atlit camp south of Haifa in a
convoy consisting of two Israel
Defense Force jeeps, three tar-
paulin covered IDF trucks and a
van. It crossed the Lebanese bor-
der at Rosh Hanikra and contin-
ued to the northern perimeter of
the security belt where the freed
men were turned over to repre-
sentatives of the International
Red Cross which will return them
to their homes in South Leba-
non's Shiite community.
The truck convoy was sur-
rounded by scores of local and
foreign reporters and television
crews when it left Atlit. The pris-
oners were apprently forced to lie
on the floors of the truck but one
of them poked his head out of the
tarpaulin cover and, grinning
broadly showed the media that

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