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February 05, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 5, 1982 25

Yeshiva U. Completes Debt Plan

NEW YORK — Yeshiva
University concluded its
debt-restructuring plan this
week with the payment of
$15 million to various com-
mercial and savings banks.
This week's installment
was the final payment in
the $35 million plan, which
went into effect in July of
1980. The plan calls for the
banks to discharge an addi-
tional $61 million owed by
the university.
With the completion of
e debt-restructuring
program, the university
will institute a six-point
program aimed at the
strengthening the
school's role as one of the
country's foremost reli-
giously oriented univer-
sities.
Included in the plan will
be efforts to increase
endowment funds that will
help insure long-range fis-
cal stability; the develop-
ment of new academic pro-
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Training of Swiss Pilots
by Israel Cause of Flap

GENEVA (JTA) — The
disclosure that more than
two years ago Israeli mili-
tary pilots were invited here
to train Swiss pilots to fly
Mirage jet fighters has
touched off a furor.
According to the account
published last week in the
Zurich daily,
Tageseintziger, the Israeli
flight instructors flew joint
training missions with

Jerusalem Plan
Alarms the Arabs

JERUSALEM (JTA)— A
master plan establishing
zoning and building limita-
tions in the area round
Jerusalem has alarmed
Arab residents who fear
that the new regulations
are intended to facilitate
widespread Jewish settle-
ment activity.
The plan, covering the
area from Ramallah north
of Jerusalem to Bethlehem
in the south, has been ap-
proved by the Judaea-
Samaria Supreme Planning
Council. It will be published
shortly in Arabic transla-
tion.
Sources said the plan took
into account existing
Jewish settlements but had
nothing to do with future
settlement plans. They said
the main purpose was to
provide adequate municipal
services and preserve ag-
ricultural land. The East
Jerusalem newspaper Al-
Fajr said, however, that the
"special areas" designated
on a map accompanying the
plan are intended for
further Jewish settlement,
especially the area near
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the Foreign Ministry or
the foreign affairs com-
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The matter was raised in
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of any military links with
Israel on grounds that Is-
rael was technically in a
state of war.
The Defense Ministry ex-
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wanted to learn from the Is-
raelis' experience with Mir-
ages and noted that Israel
and Switzerland are similar
topographically.
The ministry stressed
that Swiss pilots accom-
panied the Israelis on Mir-
age flights so there was no
question of Israeli military
flyers being allowed to roam
Swiss air space alone.

Druze Protest
Hurts Police

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Sev-
eral policemen were injured
when Druze supporters of
Sheikh Jabba Muadi
demonstrated violently out-
side the Jerusalem district
court building when the
three sons of the sheikh
were sentenced to life im-
prisonment for the murder
of Bedouin Sheikh Knesset
member Abu Rabiya in
January 1981.
Muadi headed a small
Arab party associated with
the Labor Party.
The demonstrators out-
side the courtroom -and
Muadi supporters inside
shouted that Israeli justice
was now proved dead by the
court's-verdict. But the fam-
ily of the slain man, who
was shot to death while sit-
ting inside his car outside
the Jerusalem Holyland
Hotel, said they were
pleased by this evidence of
fair justice in Israel.
Tension outside the court
grew as the bench spent 2 1/2
hours reading the findings.
The family of the accused
said they would lodge an
appeal with the Supreme
Court.

Disputed Policy

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department reit-
erated over the weekend
that the United States con-
siders the establishment of
Jewish settlements on the
West Bank as "unhelpful
and detrimental" to the
peace process.
Deputy spokesman Alan
Romberg, however, refused
to expand on his statement
when he was asked about a
report that Premier
Menahem Begin had reas-
serted to Secretary of State
Alexander Haig Israel's be-
lief in its right to establish
settlements.

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