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September 26, 1986 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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Israel Bolsters
Lebanon Army


Tel Aviv (JTA) — Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin last
week instructed the Israel
Defense' force to send more
equipment to the South
Lebanon Army (SLA) in the
security zone north of the
Israel-Lebanon border. The
equipment is intended to
bolster the SLA in the face of
attacks from Shiite forces in
and north of the zone in re-
cent days.
Israel Radio reported that
the Defense Ministry was
also considering sending
more Israeli troops to the
security zone if the attacks
continue and SLA morale
sinks further.
The 2,000-strong mainly
Christian SLA has lost 75
men in the 15 months since
Israel withdrew most of its
forces from Lebanon.
Israeli security sources con-
firm that several hundred
IDF men still operate in the
security zone, mainly in
liaison and training capacities
with the SLA.

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Israeli Nurses
Stage Strike


Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
11,000 hospital nurses struck
for six hours last Friday,
abandoning all hospital units
except emergency reception
wards and units for pre-
mature babies and dialysis.
Hospital disruption was
not as great as it would have
been on a normal day, as no
elective surgery is scheduled
for Fridays, and many pa-
tients are sent home for the
The nurses, who held a
17-day strike some months
ago, said they had ordered the
walkout because of the
government's apparent lack
of interest in meeting their
salary and work demands.
Both sides, the Finance
Ministry and the Nurses
Association, have again been
presenting to the media con-
tradictory salary slips to back
up their conflicting claims of
their present incomes.


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Winery Found

Jerusalem (JTA) — He-
brew University archeologists
digging south of the Carmel
range have uncovered the
remains of a winery some
1,500 years old. It is located
at Ramat Hanadiv, near the
modern winery operated in
Zichron Yaacov. No samples
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Roman-Byzantine periods.
They include a massive
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