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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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Lucrative Contracts
Boost U.S. Aid To Israel

Washington (JTA) — Israel
will receive tens of millions
of dollars in new benefits
from the United States this
year, offsetting the erosion
that inflation has caused in
the real value of the $3
billion U.S. foreign aid
package it receives annu-
ally.
New perks, obtained
through lobbying by the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee, as well as
competitive contracts won
by Israeli firms, "offset the
inflation-induced loss
because they increase trade
opportunities," explained
one official in the pro-Israel
community.
The U.S. foreign aid
package to Israel has re-
mained constant since 1986,
when the Jewish state began
receiving $3 billion annu-
ally, all of it in grants,
rather than loans. Inflation
has eroded the real value of
that package considerably.
AIPAC recently secured
congressional passage of a
measure that gives the Pen-
tagon the option of reducing
the costs of weapons pur-
chased with foreign aid, sav-
ing Israel as much as $56
million in 1990.
Israel is still benefiting
from a 1987 law that stret-
ches Israel's economic aid by
about $100 million a year,
by converting high-interest
loans owed to the U.S.
government into lower-
interest private loans.
Israel owes the United
States more than $16 billion
from loans received during
various Arab-Israeli wars
and prior to a conversion in
1984 of the foreign aid pro-
gram from loans to grants.
The economic aid has also
been stretched by congres-
sional language requiring
the State Department to
disburse the entire $1.2
billion package within the
first month of the fiscal year,
allowing Israel to reap $50
million more in interest.
Another new benefit for
Israel this year is that for
the first time, it has been
assured of receiving funds to
complete research and de-
velopment on its Arrow anti-
tactical ballistic missile.
Besides the big-ticket
items such as the $100
million Israel has received
from the Pentagon for
research and development
on its Arrow anti-tactical
ballistic missile, the Pen-
tagon purchases tens of
millions of dollars of Israeli

military equipment not re-
quired by lawmakers.
But many of the largest
contracts for Israeli defense
firms contain funds ear-
marked by Congress, in-
cluding:
• $30 to $50 million to buy
the Single Channel Ground
and Airborne Radio System,
a new family of high-
frequency, anti jam radios
being developed by Tadiran
Ltd. of Israel and General
Dynamics;
• $11.6 million to procure,
and $18.3 million to develop,
the Cobra Laser Night At-
tack System, designed by
Israel Aircraft Industries;
• $25 million to procure
the so-called Tactical Air
Launched Decoy, made by
Israel Military Industries,
and $6 million to develop a
more advanced version; and
• $23.4 million to procure,
and $1 million to buy spare
parts for, the Popeye air-to-
ground missile, made by
Rafael of Israel.
Marvin Klemow, director
of the Washington office of
Israel Aircraft Industries,
said such trade could con-
tinue to grow even if Presi-
dent Bush decides to lower
U.S. defense spending
because of a declining
military threat from the
Soviet Union, especially if
the Pentagon sees it can
save money by buying "good
existing systems in Israel."

Nazi List Aids
Investigations

London (JTA) — The in-
vestigation into war
criminals living in Britain
may be aided by a list of
1,300 previously uniden-
tified Lithuanians and
Poles, who collaborated with
the Germans in the mass
killings of Jews, Jewish
circles believe.
The investigation will
begin before Parliament
adopts legislation to permit
war crimes suspects to be
tried in British courts, ac-
cording to Philip Rubens-
tein, secretary of the All
Party War Crimes Group.
Efraim Zuroff, director of
the Simon Wiesenthal
Center in Jerusalem,
predicted that more names
of war crimes suspects living
in Britain are likely to be
found in what has become
known as the Kunichowsky
list.
It was compiled over years
by Leib Kunichowsky, a

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