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May 09, 1973 - Image 8

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Page Eight

THE SUMMER DAILY--MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 9, 1973

Page Eight THE SUMMER DAILY-MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 9, 1973

Lebanon plagued by political
unrest during pest 15 years

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and nothing in 1956 and 1967.
SHE ALSO has sought to live
by a curious double standard.
The 1949 armistice accord sup-
posedly guaranteed peace on the
Lebanese-Israeli frontier. In the
1967 war both sides respected it.
On the other hand, the formula
by which she gained peace with
the guerrillas in 1969 guaranteed
the guerrillas a safe haven and
gave them certain infiltration
routes into Israel.'The only con-
ditions were that the guerrillas
did not use Lebanese villages as
bases, did not fire across the
border and did not operate in the
Mediterranean coastal zone
THE GUERRILLAS prefer to
operate from Lebanon becaume
the mountains on either side of
the border are ideal for guer-
rilla operations, most Israeli
industry is located in the nortn
and from Lebanon, and th guer-
rillas can strike directly into
Israel rather than into Israeli-
occupied territory.

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