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June 30, 1989 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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Special to The Jewish News

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in this month's Vanity
Fair, Libya's Col. Muam-
mar Qaddafi tells writer T.D.
Allman that Arabs, including
Palestinians, are "compelled"
to possess chemical and
nuclear weapons.
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eviscerates the image of a
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told Allman he discouraged
any Arab efforts to com-
promise with Israel. A
Palestinian state in the West
Bank and Gaza, he said,
"would be a stop only" toward
the total "liberation" of all of
Israel. He also expected Egyp-
tian President Hosni
Mubarak to be overthrown
and for Egypt to repudiate its
peace with Israel "at any mo-
ment."
Further, the Libyan ruler
ridiculed efforts by the
Palestine Liberation
Organization to negotiate
with Israel: West Bank and
Gazan Palestinians, he said,
do not support the PLO;
Palestinians "are not Yassir
Arafat and what you call the
PLO is not a fact."
Pressed by Allman to ex-
plain why Israel has never at-
tacked Libya despite Israeli
charges that Qaddafi is one of
the globe's prime backers of
terrorism, Qaddafi slyly
answered, "If you don't like
somebody's face, do you go
ahead and attack him?"
Allman wrote that this was
"the only time in the whole
interview when Qaddafi
seemed in any way evasive
though the answer is actual-
ly quite simple."
"Qaddafi has a very precise
sense of what he can get away

with, and what he cannot get
away with," a source in Israel
had told Allman. "And he
knows he cannot get away
with messing with us."

Pakistan's
Nuclear Plans
Now Emerging

Israeli and American in-
telligence analysts have con-
cluded that Iraq is reviving
its ambition to be the first
Arab state to produce a
nuclear weapon, despite
Israel's raid on its French-
built nuclear reactor eight
years ago.
According to a report in the
Washington Post, Israeli
sources have estimated that
Iraq could produce nuclear
weapons in two to five years.
U.S. intelligence analysts
estimate it will take five to 10
years. Iraqi officials inter-
viewed by the Post deny that
their nuclear program has
goals other than medical and
industrial and to provide 10
percent of their nation's elec-
trical power through nuclear
generation by the year 2000.
Western diplomats and the
intelligence community
generally discredit these Ira-
qi assertions in light of Iraq's
use during its long war with
Iran of poisonous gases in
violation of international law
and its "poor human rights
record."
But diplomats in the
region, according to the Post,
challenge claims by Israel
that the Iraqi weapons is par-
tially financed by Saudi
Arabia and is perhaps receiv-
ing "limited" technical
assistance from Pakistan.

Safire Claims
U.S. Helps
Israeli Right

Secretary of State James
Baker's policies have weaken-
ed Israel's political center and
strengthened its extremes,
claimed New York Times' col-
umnist, William Safire.
In a column headed "Baker
Builds Suspicion," Safire
claimed that Baker
"humiliated" Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Arens on two
of his recent trips to the
United States. On the eve of
their first meeting, Baker ar-
ranged for news stories to ap-
pear that portrayed him as
"refreshingly tough" and
before a speech by Baker in
which he attacked the con-
cept of a "Greater Israel" that
would retain the West Bank

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