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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 9, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeraMZeitung February SA Peace worries Sharon report concerns Reagan aides WASHINGTON AP The Reagan ad surprised by the force of the Israeli report on the Beirut is con cerned that it could paralyze the Jerusalem government and dim prospects for action on a Mideast peace officials avoided making public statements on a special Israeli commissions report that said Defense Minister Ariel Sharon was indirectly to blame for the slayings in Palestinian refugee camps last September and should President Reagan set the course for silence by telling editorial writers Tuesday that the report was an internal and I just dont think we should be commenting or injecting ourselves into that internal One who insisted on said statements could cause Israelis to circle the wagons around Prime Minister Menachem Begin and help a hero of the 1973 Yom Kippur play a martyrs That could rally hardline Israeli opponents of Reagans proposals for halting Jewish set tlements and establishing Palestinian selfrule on land held by Israel since the 1967 Six Day the official Setting up Palestinian selfrule is part of the president Mideast peace The report was more and more specific in its criticism of the Begin govern than had been expected But the commissions findings dovetailed with the administrations own statements earlier about Israeli involvement in the In the the judicial inquiry is likely to have a larger impact on Israeli policy especially if Sharon resigns than had been While waiting for the dust to and un certain of the these officials were concerned that the unprecedented dispute could paralyze the Begin government into both on Lebanon and on the overall Mideast peace A State Department who talked only with the understanding that he not be said the resignation of Sharon while it might ease frictions with the United probably would not bring about a change in Israeli Human rights offenders listed Bush prodding NATO allies LONDON AP Urging the NATO allies to stand shoulder to ice President George Bush arrived today in the last stop in a seven nation European tour seeking support for nuclear Antinuclear demonstrators planned a protest outside a hall where Bush was to and leaders of the Church of England prepared for a meeting Thursday to discuss a possible alliance with Britains peace Ive come to this great nation buoyed by the knowledge that the Western Alliance is strong and United and as determined as ever to protect our our countries and our Bush told reporters at Heathrow If we continue to stand shoulder to if we are unshaken in our we can succeed in reducing both nuclear tensions and nuclear weapons in A Gallup Poll published in todays London Daily Telegraph said nearly twothirds of those surveyed said it would be a bad idea for Britain to scrap nuclear weapons without demanding similar reductions from the But the same poll found a majority 54 percent against 34 percent opposed to the proposed deployment of cruise missiles who arrives from will meet with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Francis Both support arms but have spoken recently of fallback positions in case the Union persists in its rejection of the zero During his 12day trip to discuss arms policies with allies in Bush repeatedly has un derscored his belief in the soundness of the zero option plan to free Europe of both Soviet and landbased intermediate range nuclear The proposal asks the Soviet Union to dismantle some 600 SSseries missiles aimed at in return for which the North Atlantic Treaty Organization would cancel plans to deploy 572 cruise and Pershing 2 missiles starting later this Thatcher has said if the zero option is not the West still must insist on a balanced Short form filers 1O4OA onestop service from Now you can have Block prepare your 1040A short fom while you An accurate and complete return ready to sign and mail when you walk out our With over 100 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rebel the report Prepared by the State the annual report on the status of human rights in 162 countries showed political repression continued on a broad scale throughout the world in Considerable at tention is focused on the human rights practices in Israel and other nations that receive substantial amounts of American Israel received nearly billion in aid for more than any other Within its own bor Israel receives high The report said Israel is a parliamentary democ racy which guarantees by law and respects in practice the political and religious rights of its But it is in the oc cupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip where problems The report found that some Israeli actions particularly the dismissal of public officials helped to spark violent public disturbances in the West Bank and Gaza during the first half of the The administration has been pressing Israel to surrender control over the occupied seized during the 1967 Arab Israeli The report said that after 15 years of 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