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December 20, 1985 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1985

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Talks Cover
Aid To Israel

Washington (JTA) — The
United States and Israel are
discussing military and eco-
nomic aid proposals for the 1987
fiscal year which begins next
Oct. 1, the State Department
said last week.
But State Department deputy
spokesman Charles Redman re-
fused to disclose the amount of
aid under discussion. We expect
to have an agreement which
takes into account both Israel's
aid requirements and U.S.
budgetary restraints," Redman
said.
He would not comment on a
report from Jerusalem last
Thursday that Israel has re-
quested $3.5 billion in economic
assistance for the 1987 fiscal
year. The report said the aid re-
quest was presented Dec. 11 to
Thomas Pickering, the U.S.
Ambassador in Israel, by Israeli
Finance Minister Yitzhak
Modai.
Israel is currently receiving
$1.2 billion in economic aid and
another $1.8 billion in military
aid, all of it as a grant. In addi-
tion, Israel is also receiving
$750 million in emergency_ eco-
nomic assistance to help it
achieve its economic austerity
program.
Pickering was quoted as say-
ing that Israel has taken "pain-
ful steps" to revive its economy
and noted that this is "an area
in which the United States has
done its part and will continue
to."

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nesty to two of the 27 members
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rorist network serving sentences
for acts of violence against
Arabs.
Dan Beeir, 41, a former
Roman Catholic from France
who converted to Judaism, and
Yosef Tzuria, a 26-year-old
Jewish settler in the West
Bank, were sentenced in 1984
for plotting to blow up Islamic
shrines on the Temple Mount in
East Jerusalem. Each was given
three years and would have
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Herzog freed another under-
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year.
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