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August 11, 1989 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Approx-
imately 50,000 Palestinians
from the Gaza Strip Gazans
travel to work daily in Israel.
After August 18; however, no
Gaza Palestinian will be
allowed to enter Israel
without a magnetic identity
card.
Since the cards first came
into use some two months
ago, the Gaza Civil Ad-
ministration has issued about
35,000 of them, at a charge of
20 shekels (about $10) each.
Only Palestinians who, accor-
ding to the administration,
have paid all their taxes and
been cleared by the security
forces are eligible for a card.
While the Israeli
authorities have been han-
ding out the cards, intifada
activists have been looking
for ways to foil the operation.
The popular committees in
the Strip have embarked on a
"war of attrition," collecting
the cards from Gazans to pre-
vent them from entering
Israel under the new
regulations.
"We consider it nothing but
another means of oppression
against us," a resident of the
Jabalya refugee camp said.
"We know that the Israelis
are stronger than us, and in
the end they win; but it's a
war, and we have to try our
luck."
At first, masked activists
stopped people in the streets,

forced them to hand over the
cards and broke or burned
them. Now they collect the
cards from door to door, main-
ly at night. A family in
Jabalya was seriously beaten
this week for refusing to hand
over the cards.
A month ago, the military
authorities at the checkpoints
started random checks,
preventing people without
the cards from crossing into
Israel. The next morning, a
10-day strike was called, and
masked Palestinians erected
their own road barriers at
dawn, preventing cars from
traveling to Israel, smashing
car windows of those who
tried to violate the intifada
order.
While
Palestinians
estimate that 90 percent - of
the cards have been con-
fiscated by the intifada ac-
tivists, Civil Administration
officials cite a much lower
percentage. Asked whether
the Palestinians could boycott
Israel and stay at home, a
Civil Administration source
said it could be done if the
PLO could send 80,000
shekels (about $40,000) into
the Strip every day.
"The Palestinians have a
choice," he said. "They can
either starve or have someone
else send them the money
they now earn in Israel: The
first alternative is more like-
ly."

U.S., Israel To Continue
Joint SDI Research

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Magnetic Palestinian ID
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Washington (JTA) — The
$158 million U.S.-Israeli Ar-
row anti-tactical ballistic
missile research program,
which is part of the Strategic
Defense Initiative, will ap-
parently continue next year,
although cuts are still
possible.
Lt. Gen. George Monahan,
director of the Pentagon's SDI
Organization, recently warn-
ed that the Arrow and other
"Star Wars" projects would
have to be slowed down if
Congress approves a 1990
Pentagon SDI budget lower
than $4.1 billion.
The greater threat to the
U.S.-Israeli program has been
cancellation, which Monahan
said would occur if Congress
does not set aside at least $3.2
billion for the Pentagon's SDI
program for the 1990 fiscal
year, which begins Oct. 1.
In approving the 1990
Department of Defense
authorization bill, the House

cut the Pentagon's SDI pro-
gram to $2.8 billion, while
the Senate approved a fun-
ding level of $4.2 billion. Both
houses set aside additional
SDI funds for the Department
of Energy.
When a House-Senate con-
ference committee meets in
September to strike a com-
promise between the two
bills, it is expected to agree on
a figure halfway between $2.8
billion and $4.2 billion, which
would be high enough to save
the program.
But Monahan, in a chart
provided by the SDI office, has
stated that the program will
be slowed down if Congress
approves an overall Pentagon
Star Wars budget of less than
$4.1 billion. Israel, which was
one of the first countries to
join the
United States in Star Wars
research, wants to develop the
Arrow for protection against
Soviet SS-21 missiles.

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