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July 20, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-20

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NEWS

Moscow steps up efforts
in Middle- East Arab states

New York (JTA) — The
influence of the Soviet
Union among Arab states in
the Middle East is on the
upswing, according to last
Monday's Christian Science
Monitor.
The Soviets are finding a
receptive audience even
among conservative Arab
oil states such as Kuwait
and Saudi Arabia, accoring
to Ned Temko in his story,
"Moscow Reaps Windfall
Profits in the Middle East."
Egypt is restoring full
ambassadorial ties with
Moscow, a departure from
the policy of late-Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat.
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cle, is a bid by Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak
to position Egypt between
the two superpowers, a slot
designed to enhance Egypt's
efforts to resume a major
political role in the Middle
East.
The Soviets are among
the largest supplier of arms
to Iraq and, according to
Temko, Iran has received
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roughly $2 billion of Soviet
credit for use in develop-
ment projects. He writes
that a deal has been made
for Moscow to select a site
for Iraq's first nuclear-
erfergy installation, to re-
place one destroyed by Is-
raeli jet fighters in 1981.
Recent rejections by the
United States of arms buy-
ing bids by Kuwait and Jor-
dan, including shoulder-
fired Hawk anti-aircraft
missiles, have led Kuwait to
purchase $325 million in
Soviet military material.
Current friction between
Jordan and the U.S., while
not yet resulting in
Jordanian-Soviet military
purchases, "won't cause
tears in Moscow," Temko
asserts.
The article added that in-
fighting between Syria,
which supports Iran, and
Iraq and between Yassir
Arafat's PLO faction and
Syria's president Hafez As-
sad, all Soviet clients, tem-
pers Moscow's influence in
the Middle East. .

Status of Spannish Jews
to be defined in concordat

New York (JTA) — The
head of Spain's Jewish
community disclosed to
American leaders of the
World Jewish Congress last
Friday that final details are
being concluded on an his-
toric agreement — a "con-
cordat" — between the gov-
ernment of Spain and its
Jewish community, defin-
ing and protecting the civil
and religious status of the
Jewish community in
Spain.
Samuel
Toledano,
secretary-general of the
federation of Jewish com-
munities of Spain — the
representative body of
Spanish Jewry — conferred
with leaders of 30 National
Jewish organizations at a
meeting of the WJC Ameri-
can section. Toledano said
that the Spanish Jewish
community, numbering
some 12,000 members is
striving to preserve Jewish
life with "dignity and pride"
in a place where Jewish life
had been absent for five cen-
turies.
He reported that with the
help of the WJC legal office
in Geneva, agreement with
the Spanish government on
the concordat will finally
give legal sanction and pro-
tection to Jews among the
important provisions
agreed upon; marriage
under Jewish religious law
will have civil effect; Jewish
communal property like
that of the Catholic church
will be tax exempt; the fed-
eration will formally be
given official status as the
Jewish representative to
the government on a par

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will be given the right not to
take exams on Jewish holi-
days nor will Jewish
soldiers be obligated to
serve on such days; the
Jewish community will
have access to state televi-
sion and a regular weekly
Jewish program is to be in-
itiated, and protection of
Jewish cultural patrimony
is to be guaranteed.

Mideast trip
not in offing
for Shultz

Washington (JTA) —
There are "no plans at this
point" for Secretary of State
George Shultz to visit the
Middle East to try to reac-
tivate the- peace process
there, State Department
deputy spokesman Alan
Romberg said Monday.
Romberg also denied a
report in Parade magazine
Sunday of a secret defense
treaty between the U.S. and
Israel that would have both
countries fighting together
under certain circum-
stances. "We've indicated
before that this is not some-
thing that is in the works,"
Romberg said.
Asked if Syria has indi-
cated a willingness for indi-
rect negotiations with Is-
rael on the withdrawal of Is-
raeli forces from south
Lebanon, Romberg said the
U.S. "has not offered to
mediate and our objective is
that all the foreign forces in
Lebanon leave along with
the other objectives we have
consistently maintained."

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