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  • September 10, 1987

    Social/Economic/Political

    Arab World: PLO spokesman in Tunis denies MK Charlie Biton's claim that PLO Chairman Arafat suggested PLO willingness to participate in direct talks with Israel [...

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  • September 8, 1987

    SociaL/Economic/Political

    Occupied Palestine/Israel: MK Charlie Biton meets with PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat during conference in Geneva [NYT 9/11].

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  • January 7, 1983

    Military Action:

    IDF bus in Kfar Sil ambushed by Lebanese National Resistance using rocket propelled grenades and machine guns, IDF returns fire into groves alongside road; artillery,...

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Social/Economic/Political

Arab World: PLO spokesman in Tunis denies MK Charlie Biton's claim that PLO Chairman Arafat suggested PLO willingness to participate in direct talks with Israel [CSM 9/11].

Other Countries: Reagan administration confirms it will request additional aid for Israel to ease financial hardships incurred by canceling Lavi project [WP 9/11].

Military Action

Occupied Palestine/Israel: In Khan Yunis, Israeli troops open fire on stone-throwing youths; 54-year-old woman is wounded [FJ 9/20].

SociaL/Economic/Political

Occupied Palestine/Israel: MK Charlie Biton meets with PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat during conference in Geneva [NYT 9/11].

Military Action

Occupied Palestine/Israel: Army removes fence around Arab-owned land near Ni'out Adomin settlement [FJ 9/20].

Military Action:

IDF bus in Kfar Sil ambushed by Lebanese National Resistance using rocket propelled grenades and machine guns, IDF returns fire into groves alongside road; artillery, rocket and hand-to-hand fighting in Tripoli.

Casualties:

21 IDF wounded in ambush, bringing total IDF casualties in 3 weeks to 25 wounded, 6 dead, and since Sept. 1, total IDF casualties are 104 killed, 203 wounded; one attacker killed by IDF; 19 killed in Tripoli fighting.

Political Responses:

Israel/ Occupied Territories: MK Charlie Biton, at lunch hosted by PLO in New York, calls for Palestinian state on the West Bank, urges US to negotiate directly with the PLO, Israel to cut military spending; Bedouin whose herds were seized in December win order nisi from Israeli High Court calling for Defense Ministry, Chief of Staff and Nature Reserves Authority (Green Patrol) to give reason within 10 days why the herds should not be returned; Palestinian union activists, journalists, writers and poets from Nablus, Tulkarm and Hebron arrested and detained by military authorities now number over 300 in Fara'a prison.

Palestinians/ Lebanese: PLO Chairman Arafat in Kuwait calls on Arab states to exert economic pressure on US, then goes to Damascus for celebration of 18th anniversary of Fateh; Lebanese and Palestinian women from Bourj al-Barajneh protest detention of relatives; 3-week training by US Marines of Lebanese Army air assault battalion completed with display of heliborne hit and run attacks; $10 million worth of US military equipment, including 24 APCs, trucks and spare parts, for Lebanese Army arrives at Beirut port.

Arab Governments: Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tarik Aziz says Iraq is encouraging the PLO to negotiate with Jordan, and does not oppose peace negotiations between Israel, the PLO and Arab partners.

US and Other Countries: US expresses official concern to USSR over construction of SA-5 missile sites in Syria, as USSR Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin is called to the State Department to meet with Undersecretary for Political Affairs Lawrence Eagleburger; Senator Paul Tsongas (D-MA) meets with Begin, then Hussein, tells reporters if Syria is obstacle to peace and troop withdrawal from Lebanon, this obstacle must be removed, and that Begin told him he accepts Hussein in the peace process but will never freeze settlements