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November 24, 1989 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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"Israel," asserts Schiff, "is
not going to allow Beirut's
problems to arrive at its nor-
thern border."
Israeli Brigadier General
Ze'ev Zachrin, commander of
the Israel army's liaison
unit which works alongside
the SLA in the security zone,
told Schiff that the SLA and
the zone have improved
Israel's security. Eight
sabotage efforts were foiled
in the zone in recent months,
said Zachrin.

The dense deployment of
troops of the Southern
Lebanon Army (SLA) in the
zone has allowed Israel to
limit the number of its own
troops in the zone to a "few
hundred" men, according to
Schiff.
The SLA is trained and
financed by Israel, which
pays the troops $100 to $140
a month. The fringe benefits
are worth even more, accor-
r ding to Schiff: Lebanese with
family members serving in
the SLA can work in Israel
for at least a year and earn
between $300 and $400 a
month. More than 2,000
Lebanese from the security
zone are now working in
Israel.

Survivor Stress
Felt By Sons

Sons of Holocaust sur-
vivors who fought in Israel's
1982 Lebanon War were
more susceptible to 'shell
shock' and recovered more
slowly than other soldiers,
according to an article in
Psychologia, the journal of
the Israel Psychological
Association.
Holocaust survivors often
feel guilty for having sur-
vived the genocide, and this
stress is passed on to their
children. In the army, they
may feel overwhelming guilt
when caught between seeing
comrades die in battle and
harboring their own desires
to live.

Soldiers whose parents
survived the Holocaust also
feel they are defending the
country that ensures the
security of their formerly
oppressed parents. "They
not only have to fight
against their present
enemies," wrote resear-
chers, "but also carry the
responsibility of guarding
their parents' safe
haven." El

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