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January 27, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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28 Friday, January 27, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Central American Arms Policy Seen Helpful to U.S.

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Joseph Churba, the director
of the Center for Interna-
tional Security, asserted
that Israel's involvement in

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In an overview of the
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dicted a war between Israel
and Syria within one year to
18 months based on the
"probability" that the
United States will with-
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irut without the establish-
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He said the Israel Defense
Force will demonstrate in
this confrontation with the
Syrians new military power
and technology hitherto
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Churba met informally
with a group of reporters
at a midtown restaurant
here to discuss the "con-
vergence of U.S. and Is-
raeli interests in Latin
America," a topic he said
was fraught with "misin-
formation and disinfor-
mation."
He recently returned
from a visit to Israel where
he said officials were reluc-
tant to discuss Israel's in-
volvement in Central
America.
According to Churba, the
Soviet Union is working in
Central America, using the
Nicaraguan government
which is in turn aided by the
Palestine Liberation
Organization and the Li-
byan government of Col.
Muammar Qaddafi. The
strategy of the Soviets and
its surrogates is to isolate
the U.S. from the Mideast
and Europe and have it be-
come more involved with
the defense of Central and
South America, Churba
said.
Israel's
geopolitical
interests in the region be-
come increasingly signific-
ant in light of the actions of
the Soviets and the Libyans,
Churba said. He said Israel
must see to it that no hostile
coalition of governments
gain overall U.S. concern
for Central America. This
would allow for further
Soviet adventurism in the
Mideast and Persian Gulf,
he added.
In predicting a confronta-
tion between the Syrians
and Israel, Churba ex-
plained that a U.S. with-
drawal from Beirut would
create a power vacuum
which Israel would have to
fill. He said Israel also could
not allow a shift in the
power of military balance in
the region which could take
place with the continuing
Soviet supplying of
weaponry to Syria.
Churba rejected the
contention that the Is-
raeli public opinion
would forestall any
further Israeli military
actions in Lebanon, par-
ticularly with the Syrian
forces. He said Israelis
view the Syrians "as an
enemy that must be de-
feated." In turn, the "war
option remains credible,"
he said.
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