Israel Will Retaliate 'If Needed,'Envoy Says The Popular 1'rom made headlines by kidnap;!'.;: a;'. I'.l AI airliner i:oni Ro:r.p Â· t i n ' l i Â» Â» f "1 : i i : 1. I,' .".?" V Â· INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PMJ--A.9 Lous Beach, calif. Mon-la*. Feb. 71, I74T WASHINGTON (.Â·?' -The Israeli ambassador 10 the United States said Sunday reprisal against Arab terrorism is an effec- live weapon and indicated it will be employed by Israel when needed. 1.1. C,:TI. Viixal; Rabin said the t'aet that few terrorist ruids are conducted from either Hfiypi or Syria is the result of their fear of retaliation. Asked if there will he ain ri-ialiation for (he recent attack on an Israeli airliner in Zurich, he said: "1 won't tell you what we are going to do . . . Bui our approach to the problem is based on the assumption t h a t Arab ;;ov- ernments are responsible, for cvcryihinu carried out SOME ARAB count ric": support the i;ucrriilas financially, t n i i n them and permit them livcdom of action, he said. "We expoci them to take the responsibility lor it." Rabin was interviewed on I h e television-radio program "l-ace the Na- lion." Asked if he feels reprisals are effective, Rabin said: "Reprisals, or as I prefer to c.all them, military actions, would be part of our means to cope with AÂ«*a Khan's Palace Givcfi to Nation LSOMBAY (ff) -- Prince Karim Aga Khan, spiritual leader of 20 million 1s- maili Moslems presented his family's 72-year-old palace at Poona to the Ind i a n nation. The two-story palace, owned by the Aga Khan's f a m i l y for lour generations, w i l l be turned into a museum. The Af,a Khan's greal- Â£ rand m oilier buill Ihe palace in 1S97. li became famous in the 19'Hls when Mohandas K. Gandhi, f a t h - er of the Indian independence movement, was detained there by the B r i t i s h for fi36 days. Sacramento Man l-'alls in His Death MONTEREY ( U P I ) -- A Sacramento man is dead a l t e r slipping down a 100-yard cliff along Highway 1 north of Monterey. Highway patrol officers Saturday said Leonard L. Klein, 24, apparently slipped after gelling out of bis small bus to stretch. By the t i m e rescue workers coidd reach him, he had died of injuries. from their territories." terrorism." lie then said Syria and Eaypl limit guerrilla action severely and asserted they do so because they fear retaliation. Aslvi if he- thinks the big powers could help bring about peace in Middle iiasi, Rabin said, "If the Soviet Union and France are really interested in peace they can do a lot to convince the Arabs." BUT, HE SAID, "1 have serious doul-ts, especially about the Russians." It is in the Russians' best interests to keep the Middle East pot bubbling with unrest, he said. Rabin did not say whether Israel . is willing to sign a nuclear nonpro- liferalion treaty but did predict that only conventional war was likely in the Middle East for the foreseeable f u t u r e . He said Israel "will not be the first to introduce" nuclear weapons in the area. And, Rabin said, a l though "there is tension in the Middle east and i: will continue unless and until real peace is reached" !'.e doesn't consider u "or. the verge of an explosion. Meanwhile in Amman, Jordan. Dr. Ceorge Habash, leader of the Arab Palestinian group which claims responsible iiy for last week's attack on the El Al airliner at Zurich and the Jerusalem supermarket explosion, declared: "Our men will continue operations undeterred by either threats or actual Israeli retaliation." In an interview. Dr. H.i- hash said: "We. as Palestinians." haw notning \ lose. We have lost every- t h i n g ;!realv and ;i: present have neither land nor homes nor a future." Dr. Habash. -!-!. a Cinis- t i a n Arab and Palestinian refugee, is founder and commander of the Popular l-'ro-'t for the l.ibeiation of Palestine, smallest of the three main Palestinian guerrilla groups. "The ma:n point of o:v tintr.np operations agai:i; lrae! is that we wan: people outside. both t:':e:HJs and 'oos. to reah/e very well what to u.- is very clear: we were d r i v e n t:"u:n oi;r country and o;ir people ha\e !cor, I:\ini: ::: :'.i:ser..l)ie ;r;u;:ee . c n : Â·Â· for 20 years we h.ur :. I'iciit lor our nnhts." ho sa'id. Tl we can have our country n.u\ u i i h o u i fighting t h a t would he better, hut of course everyone knows this impossible." i.iUM ::i at'.av pla:ii's 1.1 A t i i i - n .inn :'K'l'. I: alsn iias r.iiricd i .Â·.ii)o!.igo ip t ':,uu:is in Â·'.:;ied A i . i i i i c r r i m r y i i n t u i t 1 I s t . i f ! . t h a t Arab govern- were responsible rrilla actions. 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