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October 24, 1975 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 October 24, 1975

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`Change in Warfare Bars Return to Pre-'67 Borders'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Chief
of Staff Gen. Mordechai
Gur said that the changed
character of warfare result-
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highly sophisticated weap-
ons systems and electronic
detecting devices in the Mid-
dle East made a return by
Israel to its pre-June, 1967
borders totally impossible.
He said the changes fol-
lowing the Yom Kippur War
included a greater use of air
power by both sides and the
supply of Soviet-made
"Scud" missiles to the Arab
arsenal that threaten civil-
ian targets behind the lines.
Gur said that sophisti-
cated anti-aircraft defense
systems based on missiles
cannot be allowed too close
to Israel's borders because
they would neutralize the
maneuverability of Israel's
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said, the existence of early
warning systems and the
variety of electronic warfare
equipment ruled out a re-
turn to the 1967 lines.

The chief of staff spoke
at an international sym-
posium on the military
aspects of the Yom Kippur
War currently being held
in Jerusalem with the par-
ticipation of about 200 mil-
itary officers, experts and
analysts from abroad, and
a like number of Israeli
military officers ktnd com-
mentators.

Gur said that in the event
of a new war, Israel would
retain its qualitative superi-
ority. While the Egyptians
seek sophisticated equip-
ment that can be operated
by simple soldiers, Israel is
trained to operate sophisti-
cated weapons by the most

Latest El Al Strike Signals
Israel's Economic Troubles

TEL AVIV (JTA) — El Al
has taken measures to re-
duce its expenditures in the
face of a wildcat strike by
workshop employes that has
grounded the airline since
last week.
The company said the
measures would remain in
effect as long as conditions
prevent the uninterrupted
operation of El Al's services.
They included letters of dis-
missal to 100 temporary em-
ployes, the layoff of 1000
other employes, the recall of
all air crews now abroad
and suspension of the corn-
pany's subsidy to its local
canteen.
The measures were an-
nounced following a meet-
ing between Transport Min-
ister Gad Yaacobi and El Al
managing director Morde-
chai Ben Ari at which the
possibility was raised of
closing down the airline al-
together. The company is
reportedly considering
chartering its grounded
fleet of 13 jets to other car-
riers.

The strike has been de-
nounced by the govern-
ment, and Histadrut is-
sued a strongly-worded
call to strikers to return to
their jobs.

Ii-i New York, Yeruham
Meshel, Secretary General

of Histadrut, warned that
Israel was headed for a re-
cession unless the Israeli
government takes appro-
priate measures to avoid it.
He was sharply critical of
Israel's new tax reform law
which he said placed the
burden on those sections of
the population least able to
bear them.
He said that in order to
avoid a recession and unem-
ployment, the Israeli gov-
ernment would have to en-
courage "more investments,
more sophisticated industry
and increase exports."
He said Israel had to take
measures to benefit more
from its ties with the Euro-
pean Common Market. Ac-
cording to Meshel, there is
already evidence of future
unemployment in Israel's
textile industry.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Avraham Shenker head of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion's information depart-
ment, said that allegations
of leftist tendencies within
his department were not the
subject of an investigation
by a three-man committee
set up last week by WZO
acting chairman Leon Dul-
zin.
Shenker, a member of
Mapam, flatly denied the al-
legations and said the com-
mittee was established to
examine the conduct of
Moshe Gilboa, one of the de-
partment's two deputy di-
rectors, after Shenker for-
mally complained in a letter
to Dulzin that Gilboa was a
disruptive influence.
Slienkerls' remarks were

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At the same time, Israel
Aircraft Industries and
other military industries
announced it will dismiss
close to 4,000 workers
shortly in an effort to cut
expenses by Israel's mili-
tary establishment.

The dismissals were seen
as the Defense Ministry's
response to criticism that it
was not doing enough to
prune its costs in view of
Israel's severe economic sit-
uation.

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sophisticated personnel, he
said.
Gur said Israel would not
have a qualitative or quanti-
tative problem in the next
5-10 years. Israel's problem,
he said, would be to win the
next war with fewer casual-
ties and with as little dam-
age as possible to the na-
tion's economy and
industry. In the long range,
however, he said. the future
poses the question not of
army against army but Is-
rael against the Arabs and
how they can live together in
the region.
He said that should there.
be another war, Israel
would seek conditions that
would enable it to win a de-
cisive victory before or in
spite of intervention by the
superpowers.

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prompted by implications
that the department's activ-
ities abroad were leftist or-
iented.
Shenker stressed that the
Gilboa issue was in no way
connected with the allega-
tions which he dismissed as
unfounded.

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