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February 27, 1987 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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SHOLEM ALEICHEM

24th ANNUAL ART SHOW & SALE

REMNANTS:
THE LAST JEWS OF POLAND

photographs by
Tomasz Tomaszewski

MARCH 6, 7 and 8, 1987

FRIDAY
1 1 to 10 p.m.

Prisoner
Exchange
Offered

Tbl Aviv (JTA) — Gen. An-
toine Lahad, commander of
the Israel-backed South
Lebanon Army (SLA), said
last week that he is willing to
consider an exchange of
prisoners for an Israel Air
Force navigator captured by
the Shiite Amal militia after
his plane was shot down over
Lebanon last October.
Lahad, who spoke to news-
men at his headquarters in
Marjayoun, referred to the
prisoners held by the SLA in
its detention camp at Al-
Khiam in south Lebanon. He
said he would agree in princi-
ple to a swap along the lines
offered by Amal leader Nabib
Berri, but it would have to
include SLA soldiers held
prisoner not only by Amal,
but also by the pro-Iran Hez-
bullah and other Shiite
groups. He also demanded
the return of the bodies of
SLA soldiers killed in clashes.

However, Lehad ruled out a
prisoner exchange for the
three Americans and one In-
dian national being held
hostage by an extremist
group in Lebanon. He said
that was a "humanitarian
question," not a military mat-
ter, "and should be handled
separately." He also question-
ed the strength of Berri's in-
fluence with the Shiite ex-
tremists. "Nobody knows
what he can offer and
whether he can put this (ex-
change) into operation,"
Lahad said.
The Islamic Jihad, which
kidnapped the Americans
and the Indian in West Beirut
last month, has demanded
the release of 400 Shiite and
Palestinian prisoners held by
Israel and the SLA in ex-
change for the hostages.

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