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October 03, 1986 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEW
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New York — The recent
restoration of diplomatic rela-
tions between Israel and
Cameroon has been hailed as
"an important gain" in Is-
rael's efforts to renew its
friendly relations with the
African continent.
In a paper entitled Israel
and Black Africa: A Step
Closer, David A. Harris and
Harry Milkman, respectively
deputy director and Middle
East research analyst of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's international relations
department, point out:
"The exuberant welcome
that greeted Prime Minister
Peres on his recent visit to
Cameroom underscored the
depth of Cameroonian good-
will toward Israel."
This is one evidence of a
new spirit that seems to be
evolving in Israeli-African re-
lations, Harris and Milkman
assert, stressing that "in re-
cent years there has been a
gradual but marked shift in
the level of political support
for Israel among black Afri-
can countries at the UN and
other international bodies."
Cameroon is by no means
the only African nation that
could benefit by Israeli coop-
eration, according to the
Harris-Milkman study.
Ethiopia, for one, with its
overwhelming problems of
famine and drought, of des-
ertification and deforestation,
"would profit from Israeli ad-
vances in desert agriculture,
drip irrigation, water re-
sources engineering, arid
zone medicine, solar energy
and hydrobiology."
In all, the authors state,
some two dozen Black Afri-
can countries maintain com-
mercial contacts with Israel,
many of them benefiting from
Israeli technical assistance.
Indeed, they add, "between
1974 and 1985, 3,000 black
Africans received Israeli
training either at home or in
Israel."
Harris and Milkman cau-
tion that quick solutions are
not aways possible in North
Africa: "PLO, Arab League
and other Arab representa-
tives continue to actively
court black African countries.
Nevertheless, the prospects
for further Israeli gains in
black Africa remain bright."

UJA Names
Two Detroiters

New York — Joel D.
Tauber, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Detroit, has been named a
national vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Lawrence S. Jackier has
been reappointed to the same
position. He is also chairman
of the national UJA $1,500
Leadership Mission.

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