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December 22, 1989 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-22

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sharing a common fate,"
said Rekhees. Last year's
Jordanian food riots en-
couraged Israeli Arabs, par-
ticularly in the Galilee,_
participate in protests
against Israeli rule, he said.
In addition, Israeli Arabs
participated in more than
200 acts of sabotage in 1988.
But Rekhees said it is im-
portant not to overestimate
the extent of the intifada's
impact on Arabs within the
pre-1967 borders.
Economically and emo-
tionally, he said Israeli
Arabs are still rooted in
Israeli society.
Discussing the economic
impact of the intifada on
Israel, Dr. Howard Rosen,
associate of the Institute for
International Economics in
Washington, said the upris-
ing has been only one of
several factors contributing
to the slowdown of the
Israeli economy.
Rosen said Israel's recent
agricultural woes are a
result of bad weather in
1988. And the construction
industry has slowed because
of a Palestinian labor stop-
page and a steady market
decline since 1974.
The intifada has cost Israel
about $2 billion thus far. But
Rosen said the economy is
adjusting to the strain.
Tourism is picking up and
more Palestinians in the
West Bank and Gaza are
returning to their jobs in
Israel, he said.
"At this point, it's impor-
tant that we start discussing
ways to upgrade the
economic aspects of the ter-
ritories or else we'll jeopar-
dize all possible political
solutions," Rosen said. ❑

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