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April 13, 1984 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israelis favor
Labor Party
in latest poll

Tel Aviv (JTA) — An
overwhelming majority of
Israelis is critical of the way
the government is dealing
with the Lebanon problem
and smaller, but neverthe-
less significant, majorities
believe the Labor Party is
more capable than Likud of
dealing with Israel's eco-
nomic and security prob-
lems, according to a public
opinion poll published in
Maariv Tuesday.
The poll, taken after the
Knesset voted for early elec-
tions (July 23) was con-
ducted by the Modi'in Ez-
rachi organization. It found
that 34.4 percent of the re-
spondents thought Labor
better able to handle the
economy against 16.9 per-
cent who favored Likud. On
the question of defense,
Labor edged Likud by
36.7-33 percent.
A full 70 percent of the
respondents indicated var-
ious degrees of dissatisfac-
tion with the government's
policies on Lebanon, rang-
ing from "not so good" (32.5
percent) to "not good in gen-
eral" (37.5 percent). Of the
25.9 percent more or less
supportive of the govern-
ment, 4.5 percent thought it
was going "very well" on
Lebanon and 21.4 percent
"fairly well."
But 71.7 percent of the re-
spondents favored the im-
mediate withdrawal of Is-
raeli forces from Lebanon.
This was broken down to
31.3 percent for immediate
total withdrawal and 40.4
percent for a partial with-
drawal to begin im-
mediately.
Only 13.7 percent be-
lieved the Israel Defense
Force should remain in
Lebanon for the time being.
Of that group, 2.1 percent
believed the IDF should re-
occupy those parts of Leba-
non from which it withdrew
last year.
Meanwhile, the results of
yesterday's Student Union
elections at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity was being hailed by
Laborites as a harbinger of
victory in the July Knesset
elections and played down
by Likud as unrepresenta-
tive of national sentiment.
The "alternative" slate
composed of Labor and
leftwing parties increased
its representation from 45
to 49 seats in the 67-
member Student Council
while Likud dropped from
22 to 18 seats.

Bedouin draft

Nazareth (ZINS) — Many
young Bedouin Arabs in the
Galilee are asking to be
drafted into the Israel De-
fense Force under the Na-
tional Service Law. In the
past, many Bedouins have
served in Israel's security
forces.

Bedouin spokesmen say
that many of the youth have
come. to the conclusion that
the only way to gain equal
rights is to do military serv-
ice under the same condi-
tions as Jewish youth.

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