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June 03, 1983 - Image 17

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Friday, June 3, 1983 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kissinger Urges 'Compromise'
on WB at Israel Bond Event

Arabs Buying
Israel Systems

HAIFA (JNI) — Ibrahim
Bulus Bros. has become the
first Arab-owned company
to be listed on the Tel Aviv
Stock Exchange.
Established in 1949, the
firm is the primary supplier
of marble to the Israeli con-
struction industry. The
company spent $3.5 million
to expand its Israeli quaries
last year, and is going pub-
lic on the stock exchange in
order to import granite from
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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The past year saw a "re-
covery" in the number of
Diaspora Jews coming to Is-
rael to settle, according to
the Absorption Ministry.
The figure for 1982 was
13,176, an increase of 14
percent_ over the previous
year's 12,032. The ministry
expects this year's figure to
be 15,000.
The 1982 increase in-
cluded a 20 percent rise in
aliya from Western Europe
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American Jews came to Is-
rael to live, a rise of 20 per-
cent, while the figure from
Latin America rose by 40
percent, to 2,039.
The figure from the
Soviet Union dropped to
756, well below the previous
year's record low of 1,806.

between the Arab states
and Israel is an American
priority, but thanks to the
dogmatism of Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko "oil is poured on
fire in the Middle East trou-
ble areas." He said that if
Syria is now an ally of Rus-
sia which is providing her
with large quantities of
arms, eventually she will
decide to look after her own
interests.
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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The first report in Arabic
has been published by the
International Center for In-
vestigation and Develop-
ment in Bayit Dagon. The
Israeli branch of the
Canadian-based center was
selected to publish the re-
port on irrigation following
interest expressed in Israeli
irrigation systems by ag-
riculture specialists from
Arab countries.
Director Shulamit Shalev
said Israeli drip irrigation
systems, as well as Israeli
fertilizers, industrial chem-
icals, preserved foods, drugs
and clothing are already
sold to most Arab countries
through European and
Asian intermediaries.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Two Gaza Strip Arabs were
sentenced to life imprison-
ment by a military court in
Lod on Tuesday for a gre-
nade attack on an Egged
bus four months ago in
which eight passengers
were injured.
The defendants, both in
their 20s, are residents of
Deir al Balah village and
the Maazi refugee camp.
The president of the court
said the life sentences were
justified because the attack
was planned and premedi-
tated with the intention of
killing civilians.

Lebanese troop with-
drawal plan it is because
it was not involved in the
negotiations." Ire said it
was too early to say what
Syria is going to do.
Kissinger, who was him-
self deeply involved in Mid-
dle East peace negotiations
in 1974-1975, spoke warmly
of Israel. "The continued
survival of Israel as an in-
dependent and sovereign
state touches me personally
and I feel emotionally and
historically involved with
it," he said.
Bronfman, who is
president of the Seagram
Corp., was presented with
the Golda Meir Award, a
bronze bust of the late Is-
raleli Premier, by Israel's
Ambassador to Canada,
Yeshayahu Anug.
Bronfrnan, in his remarks,
noted that "Israel is a coun-
try filled with decent people
who have realized, in a land
left fallow, agricultural and
technological miracles." If
you cherish democracy and
freedom, you must believe
in Israel," he said.

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should Israel annex the
West Bank. A compromise
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problem will come to the
forefront and here the U.S.
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common attitude acceptable
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