Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 11, 1973 · Page 13
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The 350 army, guerrilla and civilian dead have been buried. Children play again on the dusty waste areas near the Sports City where, one month ago, Lebanese soldiers and guerrillas faced one other across the barrels of American- made Mlfl rifles and Russian made Katashflikovs. But tile talks that led to a cease-life and & semblance of normality have not yet produced a new agreement to govern the Palestinian guerrilla presence in Lebanon. According to both Palestinian and Lebanese sources, the two sides differ on one main question of the "heavy" arms held by the Palestinians. Demand Rejected Lebanese authorities insisted throughout the fighting and the negotiations that followed the "heavy" arms would have to be moved from the camps near Beirut. But Abu lyad, deputy It's Time ^ YouSave r Do Not Delay A Day Put Your Hard Earned To Work - Money Deposited In A Savings Passbook Account Earns A Big leader of the overall guerrilla organization called the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), rejected the demand. "There is no agreement to pull out so-called heavy weapons," he said in a speech in a refugee camp. "We say very simply that such weapons will never be withdrawn under any circumstances." lit may be a matter of definition. For the Lebanese, a heavy weapon is anything bigger than a ,30 -calibcr machine gun and includes any mortar or antitank weapon. For the guerrillas, heavy weapons are tanks and artillery. The Palestinian newspapers C7 each day carry new reports of alleged army "provocations" — arrests of guerrillas, beatings given to Palestinians, and a general campaign to maintain tension. Army allegations against the Palestinians on the other hand, are specific, "Guerrillas were seen digging trenches in the Dikwana area (near Tel Al Zaatar refugee camp)," said one report. "Some 20 guerrillas were seen digging trenches and building fortifications opposite the Bourj iUrajncu camp on the main airport, road. "Information received says the guerrillas have established four armed positions (places un9pecifled)-H>ne with ,50-call- ber machine gun and seven rockets, others with 81mm mortars." Syria, for one, is convinced the fighting has not ended. Al Baath, the Syrian government party newspaper, has warned that the Lebanese- Syrian border will not be reopened until Lebanese-Palestinian relations are back to normal. "Unhappily, all indications lead us to believe that the resistance will undergo a new test, and it seems that this time the test will take the form of a premeditated attack," Al Baath said. 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