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July 12, 1991 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-12

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Washington (JTA) — The
Bush administration is en-
couraged by the Lebanese
army's apparent success in
disarming Palestinian
fighters in southern Leb-
anon, but it has not yet in-
dicated whether it will press
Israel to withdraw from the
security zone it maintains
along the border.
"We support the
withdrawal of all non-
Lebanese forces from Leb-
anon," State Department
spokeswoman Margaret
Tutwiler said Monday, re-
ferring to both Israel's
presence and the estimated
40,000 troops Syria main-
tains there.
"We believe the security
and safety of all the people of
south Lebanon and northern
Israel can best be assured by
a strong, effective central
government in Beirut and
the extension of its authority
throughout the country,"
she said, reiterating the
longstanding U.S. position.
The Lebanese government
has asked the United States
to help convince Israel to
withdraw from the security
zone, a 6-mile-wide strip of
land along the border that
the Israeli army has pa-
trolled since 1985, together
with the South Lebanon
Army, a Christian militia it
trains and finances.
For several weeks, the cen-
tral Lebanese army has been
gradually extending its con-
trol southward from Beirut.
Government troops have
now taken over the last posi-
tions held by the Palestine
Liberation Organization in
the port city of Sidon, which
had not been under Beirut's
control since civil war
erupted 16 years ago.
The Beirut government
argues that now that Israel's
principal security threat is
removed, there is no reason
for it to maintain a presence
in southern Lebanon.
But Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir stated flatly
that Israel would remain in
southern Lebanon as long as
the region continues to serve
as "a base for anti-Israel ter-
rorists."
Ms. Tutwiler pointed out
that not all of the Palestin-
ian fighting groups have
been disbanded. She said she
could not confirm reports
that the Lebanese army has
disarmed the Abu Nidal
group, an extremist Pales-
tinian faction that has been
engaged in some of the
bloodiest acts of interna-
tional terrorism.

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