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July 20, 1984 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-20

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Friday, July 20, 1984 21

NEWS

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141 IN II II ill 1 PIWIII IS

United States, wary of Kuwait
arms deals with Soviet Union

Washington (JTA) — The
United States last Friday
appeared to be warning
Kuwait not to be turning to
the Soviet Union as a major
source of arms, which the
gulf state claims it needs to
protect its oil fields and
shipping from Iranian at-
tacks.
There was no immediate
indication whether the
United States would try to
match Soviet offers, but
State Department spokes-
man Alan Romerg pointed
out that the United States
and Kuwait have already
"agreed in principle" on
means - of improving
Kuwait's early warning air
defense capacity,
Romberg's remarks came
after publishing reports
that Kuwait Defense Minis-
ter Salim Sabeh, who was in
Moscow this week, had
reached an agreement for
the purchase of $200 million
to $300 million in Soviet

weapons,
including
surface-to-air and ground-
to-ground missiles, tanks
and other weaponry.
Romberg said that while
the United States did not
know the details of the sale,
"Kuwait has historically
purchased arms from a
number,of countries, includ-
ing both the Unites States
and the Soviet Union."
But he warned, "we would
be concerned were
Kuwait's purchase of Soviet
arms to be on such a scale as
to upset, possibly, the exist-
ing balance which that
country has traditionally.
maintained among its
sources of military supply."
He would not give any defi-
nition of "the existing bal-
ance."
However, Romberg did
not appear concerned that
Soviet military advisors
might accompany the
weapons to Kuwait. He

noted that Kuwait has an
agreement with the United
States to protect United
States classified systems
and information.

Temple Mount
gate crasher
foiled by police

Jerusalem — A man at-
tempting to crash his car
through a wooden gate lead-
ing to the Moslem shrine on
Temple Mount was arrested
by police here Tuesday,
Th
e Mount, which is also
the site of the Dome of the
Rock shrine and the temple
built by King Solomon, is
sacred to Jews and Mos-
lems. Although officials de-
clined to release the name of
the man, they identified
him as a 31-year-old ultra-
Orthodox Jew.

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