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April 24, 1987 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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Johannesburg (JTA) — Is-
rael's decision last month to
curtail its relations with
South Africa, including a
halt to new military con-
tracts, was greeted more in
sorrow than anger in
Johannesburg. Strong re-
sentment was expressed
against the United States
which President P.W. Botha
accused of "bullying" Israel
into reducing ties with
South Africa.
Anti-Semitic backlash,
most of it from anonymous
quarters, was reported in
the daily press. The South
African Jewish Board of De-
puties issued a careful
statement, noting that Israel
"takes decisions having re-
gard to the necessity to pro-
tect its own sovereign na-
tional interests...In this re-
gard it is noted that Israel
has been subjected to sig-
nificant pressures from the
United States."

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