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July 10, 1981 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-10

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Friday, July 10, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Book Documents
W.B. Legalities

BE A
METRO
SAVER.
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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The Israel division of the In-
ternational Commission of
Jurists (ICJ) has published
a book recording the legal
basis for Israeli military
control in the administered
territories.
"The Rule of Law in the
Areas Administered by Is-
rael" constitutes a reply to a
highly critical study by two
West Bank lawyers, pub-
lished last year uder the ICJ
emblem. The 12 chapters
address legislation by the
military commander, the
'11 courts, the land issue
t the jurisdiction of Is-
rael's High Court ofJustice.

Pick a special gift.

Resettlement
Plan
,
OKd by Knesset

NAZARETH (JNI) — The
Knesset Interior Commit-
tee has approved a plan to
resettle the 500 residents of
Akbara village in the upper
Galilee in a new town only
1 k mile from their former
home. They were evacuated
from Kadita village by the
IDF shortly after the 1948
War of Independence.
The government will
spend $5 million on the vil-
lage infrastructure as well
as providing loans to all re-
settled families to build
their own homes.

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Nuclear Estimate

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
former chief scientist of the
U.S. Atomic Energy Com-
mission's marine reactors
division has estimated that
a hypothetical Iraqi atomic
bomb attack on Tel Aviv
would have caused 100,000
casualties.
Prof. Alvin Radkowsky,
now associated with nuclear
engineering departments of
Tel Aviv and Ben-Gurion
universities, says tile Iraqis
would have had an opera-
tional nuclear device by
July 1982.

Israeli Inventions
Aid Agriculture

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Israel
is well-known for its
economy-minded agricul-
tural inventions, such as
"drip irrigation," which
saves labor and water.
Other inventions included
"airoponics," growing food
crops by feeding their ex-
posed roots with a
nutrient-rich mist, push-
button farming by computer
regulation and the produc-
tion of fuel and fodder from
cow manure.

Jewish 'Roots'
Pa. Museum

PHILADELPHIA — The
Museum of American
Jewish History has opened
a new permanent exhibition
that will serve as the
museum's core exhibition.
"The American Jewish
Experience: 1654 to the
Present" explores, more
than 300 years of American
Jewish roots via photo-
graphs, rare documents,
costumes, art and artifacts
culled from a number of pri-
vate collections.

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