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September 26, 1975 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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6 Friday, September 26, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sinai Detractors Twisting Facts to Harm Israel's U.S. Image

(Continued from Page 1)

To all intents and pur-
poses these developments
have left _the impression
that Israel and the U.S. are

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involved in some interna-
tional Watergate and that
Israel is bent on "Viet-
namizing" the U.S. by forc-
ing America into another
foreign exploit.
Wittingly or unwittingly,
these "leaks" and reports
have become grist to the
mill among those that
would like to turn off the
American public to Israel.
The Jewish state, thereby
is being cast as the heavy in
the Mideast scene. The facts
do not warrant this.

There had been reports' that
Israel would receive $300
million in compensation.

The picture, therefore,
of Israel as a militarily
rapacious nation, anxious
to involve the U.S. in a Mi-
deast "Vietnam" and
seeking to drain American
financial resources is a
portrait devoid of reality.

The reality is that Israel
has received verbal and
written promises, indica-

* * *

Rabin reported two
weeks ago that the idea of
an American presence in

Israeli Defense Minister Shimon Peres, left, is
shown with U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger fol-
lowing one of their meetings in Washington last week.

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As to American commit-
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weapons, including Persh-
ings, Kissinger last weekend
told reporters that these
arms are not new items that
have been "submitted to
U.S. during the negotia-
tions" and•have been re-
viewed, prior to the reas-
sessment, begun last March,
by all the agencies in Wash-
ington.
Last Sunday, Defense
Secretary Schlesinger con-
ceded that he had been in-
formed about the Pershing
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Again, the press failed
to balance its report re-
garding arms sales to Is-
rael by playing down or
entirely ignoring the most
salient facts: that the
Pershings would barely
offset the stockpiles of
Frog and Scud missiles the
Egyptians now have
thanks to Soviet help; and
that the Arab states now
have missiles capable of
hitting every city in Israel,
while Israel now has no
comparable weapons.

Also played down by the
press was the study pub-
lished two weeks ago by the
International Institute for
Strategic Studies which
showed that during the past
12 months Iran increased
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$10.405 billion; Saudi Ara-
bia hiked its defense budget
from $1.808 billion to $6.343
billion; and Egypt's defense
budget went up from $4.071
billion to $6.103 billion dur-
ing the same period. Israel's
defense budget declined
from $3.688 billion to $3.503
billion.
As for economic aid to
Israel, the $3 billion Israel
had hoped to get is now
down to some $2.3 billion
subject to congressional ap-
proval of which $1.5 billion
is for military aid.
Barely mentioned is the
fact that Egypt will receive
between $650-800 million in
what is termed in Washing-
ton as "non-military" aid for
now.
In addition, Kissinger has
made it clear that the U.S.
has not committed itself to
"separate funding" to Israel
in compensation for the oil
she will no longer obtain
from the Sinai wells that
are being returned to Egypt.

AZF Launches
Israel Seminars

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
seminar for parents of chil-
dren studying in Israel, a
mission for academicians,
an educational tour for cler-
gymen, a seminar for An-
glo-Jewish journalists and
the convocation of a na-
tional board meeting of the
American Zionist Federa-
tion are some of the nearly
dozen varied educational
conferences launched by the
AZF to take place in Israel
this year and next.
The AZF study programs
are being implemented by
the Israel Seminars Foun-
dation.
To show its solidarity
with Israel, Mrs. Faye
Schenk, AZF president,
said the AZF will hold its
national board meeting in
Israel in February, 1976, the
first AZF national board
meeting there.

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and the public to write their
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ton about the Israeli-Egyp-
tian peace accord and U.S.
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