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December 22, 1989 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-22

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mediate between Damascus
and Jerusalem.
On the other hand, Syrian
troops have made moves in
southern Lebanon that are
considered dangerously close
to the "red line" around the
security belt Israel has
drawn across war-torn
Lebanon. "We don't want to
overdramatize these Syrian
moves," Olmert says , "but
it is a worrisome de-
velopment."
But the big question re-
mains, can Israel ever reach
a settlement with the
Syrians?
The Golan Heights is a
tiny area in comparison with
Sinai, which was given back
to the Egyptians in
exchange for the treaty en-
ding the state of war. Stra-
tegically, the Golan is more
vital than Sinai. Whoever
controls it can reach either
Damascus or central Israel
in a matter of a few hours.
Mordechai Gur, a former
chief of staff, says he
believes in the inevitability
.of war with the Syrians. "It's
.a matter of people, tradition.
'The Syrians are not made for
compromise."
On the other hand, in the
seven years since the
Lebanon War, Syria has
been very careful not to pro-
voke incidents with Israel.
This has led some com-
mentators to express hope
that perhaps the historic
winds of change now sweep-
ing central and eastern
Europe may blow our way,
too.
Less sanguine observers,
however, point out that such
developments as the current
rapprochement between
Egypt and Syria could even-
tually spell disaster for
Israel. Ill

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(ages 25-45).
Downhill will be noon, Dec.
25, with carpools leaving
from the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center.
Cross-country will be
Jan. 7, with carpools leaving
from the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Building at 10 a.m.
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either trip, call Jewish Corn-
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Hotline, 351-4422, for
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