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October 04, 1985 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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Friday, October 4, 1985 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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A Solution For
Egypt's Plight

The International Monetary
Fund has warned Egypt that its
balance of payments position is
facing seribus deterioration. Her
foreign debt is over $31 billion
(plus $3 billion she owes to Rus-
sia.)
Her economic plight prevails
despite profits from: the Sinai
oil and other assets taken from
Israel; tolls from Suez Canal;
pay sent in by thousands of
Egyptians working in foreign
countries; exports of oil, cotton,
etc. tourism.
Consider Egypt's excessive
military purchases (guns — not
butter, a policy which might set
off food riots again); the notori-
ous inefficiency and corruption
of officials; the 80 percent illit-
eracy; the refusal to cope
adequately with a population
explosion.
As for the boycott by hostile
Arab countries, the effects
would be minimal if Egypt ful-
filled the Camp David accords
which prescribed trade and
tourism with Israel. Moreover,
the skills of Israel scientists and
technicians could radically' im-
prove Egypt's economy. But
Egypt kowtows to Israel's
enemies who hamper her by
threats of serious harm if she
ignores demands to stop dealing
with Israel.

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Associate Chairmen

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Austrian Policy

Vienna (JTA) — Austrian
Chancellor Dr. Fred Sinowatz
last week stressed the con-
tinuity of Austria's Middle East
policy, following a meeting with
the Saudi Arabian prince, Sal-
man Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud.
Sinowatz said that relations
between Austria and Saudi
Arabia are friendly and ex-
tremely good. By continuity, the
chancellor' said he meant work-
ing towards peace in the region
and recognizing the rights of the
Palestinians.

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