MIDDLE EAST: Israeli Exit

Waiting until President Nixon's departure, Israeli jets last week swarmed over southern Lebanon to avenge an earlier terrorist attack on a border kibbutz in which three women died. In three days of air raids on Palestinian refugee camps and fedayeen bases, 30 people were reported killed and 122 wounded. On their way to Lebanon, ironically, the planes could be heard from Golan Heights positions that Israeli ground forces were abandoning under the terms of Henry Kissinger's ceasefire. TIME Correspondent Marlin Levin watched the withdrawal and sent this report:

The Israeli fort on...

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