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September 25, 1981 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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24 Friday, Sephober 25, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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A Dozen Major Problems Are FaC-ing Israel in 5742

By CARL ALPERT
HAIFA — Each year at
this time, in the reflective
spirit of Yom Kippur, we
look ahead to the coming
months, and contemplate
the 12 major problems
which Israel will be called
upon to fact. The list
changes somewhat from
year to year, but many of
the problems are peren-
nials.

The

WEINTRAUB FAMILY

Danny, Saul, Shelly

Carol, Susie, Shelley

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Wish the community a year of
PEACE, HEALTH &
PROSPERITY



The following will be Is-
rael's major concerns for the
coming year as we see them,
in order or priority:
TO KEEP THE PEACE
— The threat on the north-'
ern border is reflected in the
continued tension there.
Peace is most precious to Is-
rael, but repeated terrorist
attacks, or obvious prepara- •
tions for such attacks, may
trigger a major Israel reac-
tion.
GOVERNMENT STA-
BILITY — The narrow
margin of Begin's majority
in the Knesset encourages
the opposition to keep up its
sniping against the gov-
ernment, and to seize every
opportunity to carp and
criticize. Israel 's govern-
ment must protect itself
from political attacks from

within,. as well as from
enemy attacks from with-
out.
INFLATION — Rising
prices, increase in the na-
tional debt; more money in
circulation, widening of the
trade gap all are elements of
an inflationary spiral which
Israel has been combatting.
Are the recent improve-
ments signs of a turn at last,
or just temporary delays be-
fore a new inflationary
surge?

RELIGIOUS - SECU-
LAR CONFRONTATION

— The many concessions
procured by the small reli-
gious bloc as the price for
their support of the gov-
ernment coalition have
sharpened the conflict with
the secular elements in the
country and antagonized
many who had previously
been neutral in such con-
flict. The differences of opin-
ion will find sharp public
expression.

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CARL ALPERT

gradual promotion of har-
mony and understanding
between communities in Is-
rael was set back by irres-
ponsible political oppor-
tunists, and the antagonism
reawakened will disturb the
atmosphere in the coming
year. More time will be re-
quired to heal the wounds
that have been re-opened.

RENEWAL OF AU-
TONOMY TALKS — The

chances of reaching agree-
ment may seem slight, but
both Egypt and Israel must
remain at the conference
table for resumed talks
which had been broken off
by Egypt almost a year ago.
Patience and tolerance will
be required on both sides.
YERIDA — The great
danger of the brain drain,
the continued emigration of
Israelis out of the country, is
not so much_in the actual
numbers who are leaving as
in the undermining of na-
tional morale which such
yerida promotes.

Our Best Wishes
for a year of
Health, Peace
and
Happiness

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ROAD ACCIDENTS —
The terrible toll taken by

automobile accidents has
stirred the country into an
awareness of the need to do
something drastic in the
face of what seems to be
suicidal tendencies on the
highways.
ENERGY — The entire
economy of the country, not
-to speak ofdefense, still de-
pends on sources of energy
outside Israel's borders. The
search for new sources must
continue, combined with a
great campaign to cut down
on local energy consump-
tion.

and experts in the field do
not hide their concern.
CRIME — Crimes of vio-
lence, gang murders and or-
ganized crime with roots in
the dope rackets have be-
come part of the scene in Is-
rael. Major police and judi-
cial actions will be required
to stem this cancerous
growth in Israel.
Not a pretty picture, but
remember, we have singled
out the problems and
headaches only. If we know
what we have to face, we
shall find it easier to find
solutions.

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together, expect a master-
piece.
—John Ruskin

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RELATIONS . WITH

THE U.S. — Israel's depen-
dence on American support
makes it all the more impor-
tant that good relations be
maintained. Will Reagan
utilize this fact to wring
political concessions from
Jerusalem? Will the pro- or
anti-Israel elements in
Washington succeed in in-
fluencing U.S. policy?
WATER — A good, rainy
- winter last year only de-
-ferred the day when Israel
begins to go dry. Available
water resources are limited,



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