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Aviv (JTA) — The Israel
Defense Force is waging a
counterterrorist war in
southern Lebanon for which
it was not trained and which
to some extent impinges on
its main task — facing the
threat of war with Syria, Maj.
Gen. Yossi Peled, commander
of the northern sector, said in
a frank interview broadcast
by the Army Radio recently.
But he also made a strong
case for the presence of IDF
forces in the south Lebanon
security zone, explaining that
the Israel-backed South
Lebanon Army (SLA) con-
tributes much, but is not yet
capable of performing all of
the tasks required.
He stressed that the IDF
deters any plans by Syria to
go to war to retake the Golan
Heights. But to remain a
deterrent force, it must main-
tain its toughness and
qualitative superiority and
the Syrians must be kept
aware of this.
Asked why this kind of
warfare cannot be waged
from within Israel's border,
the General replied, "Don't be
naive. Ninety percent of the
incidents in the security zone
today occur at a distance of
four, six or a few more miles
from the northern settle-
ments. If re weren't stationed
inside the security zone, all of
these incidents would be on
the border, including Kat-
yushas." Katyushas are
rockets.

42 Soviet Jews
Arrive In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
largest single group of Soviet
Jewish immigrants to arrive
here in five years landed at
Ben Gurion Airport last
Sunday.
The 42 men, women and
children came on a flight from
Moscow via Vienna, unan-
nounced. The size of the
group surprised Jewish Agen-
cy personnel waiting at the
airport. It included several
former Jewish rights and
Zionist activists in the
USSR.
The newcomers are from
Leningrad, Minsk, Moscow,
Novesibirsk, Moldavia and
Soviet Georgia. They reached
Vienna and transferred im-
mediately to a flight to let
Aviv. Most Soviet Jews
travelling via Vienna stop-
over there to apply for visas
to the U.S. or other Western
countries. Only a minority
have gone on to Israel.

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