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February 29, 1980 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-29

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22 Friday, February 29, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nuclear Story Leads Israel
to Revoke Press Credential

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Dan Raviv, the Israeli
correspondent for the
Columbia Broadcasting
System (CBS) who flew to
Rome last week to file a
story alleging Israeli nu-
clear cooperation with
South Africa, has had his
press credentials revoked.
Zeev Hefetz, director of
the Government Press
Office, took the action on
the recommendation of the
chief military censor, Col.
Yitzhak Shani.
Raviv's story, broadcast
by CBS in the United States
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claimed that Israel and
South Africa jointly tested a
nuclear device in the South
Atlantic last September.
This was flatly denied by Is-
rael.
"Nonsense, there was
nothing of the kind," De-
fense Minister Ezer
Weizman declared Fri-
day. Raviv based his re-
port on an as yet unpub-
lished book written by
two Israeli journalists,
Eli Techer and Ami
Dor-On. The book is cur-
rently under examina-
tion by the censor be-
cause it contains material
of a classified nature.
One of the authors said
he did not believe that Is-
rael exploded a nuclear
device.
Raviv flew to Rome to
avoid the Israeli censor to
which all security sensitive
material must be submit-

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experts" was unable to
reach a conclusion whether
an explosion sighted off
South Africa's Atlantic
coast last Sept. 22 was or
was not caused by an atomic
bomb, the State Depart-
ment said Friday.

Tourist Figures

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Eight million tourists vis-
ited Israel during the last 10
years. The annual figure
has risen from 440,000 in
1970 to 1.2 million in 1979.

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Invest in Israel, Shavit Asks

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Avraham Shavit, chairman
of the board of directors of El
Al Israel Airlines, called on
American Jewry to increase
its investments in Israel.
"We are good partners to
do business with," Shavit,
who was here on a short
visit, told a luncheon spon-
sored by the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations
at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel here.
Declaring that Israel is
facing now "one of its most
difficult times, politically,
economically and socially,"
Shavit said Israel needs
now the support of Ameri-
can Jews. "It is worthwhile
to invest in Israel," he, said,
adding that investments
are most needed in eco-
nomic infrastructure proj-
ects.

Shavit predicted that
despite the new cutbacks
in El Al, the company is
going to offer better serv-
ices in the future. He
urged American Jews to
use El Al for their trips.
Noting that regular air
service between Tel Aviv
and Cairo will begin March
3, Shavit said that El Al and
Lotusair, the new Egyptian
air line, will each operate
two flights a week at the
start. Shavit also spoke at a
luncheon sponsored by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee.

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli tax dodgers will soon
face stiffer penalties if
caught, including prison
sentences, loss of driver
licenses, a ban on leaving
the country and heavier
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
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awarded a prize Tuesday for
averting a terrorist bomb-
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severe casualties.
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LONDON (JTA) —
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begun marketing Egyptian
produce in Britain following
the normalization of
Israeli-Egyptian relations.
A spokesman for the com-
pany said that it has al-
ready been importing Egyp-
tian potatoes and other
products will also be put on
sale.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Ac-
cording to economist Shim-
shon Ehrlich, writing in
Haaretz, the privileged
class in Israel is made up of
high government officials,
Members of the Knesset and
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