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January 12, 1990 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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I COOKING

NEW IMPROVED

Cholent

Continued from Page 82

undrained
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cumin
Soak beans in water to
cover, overnight. Brown sal-
ami in a skillet and transfer
to crockpot. Add all remain-
ing ingredients including
drained beans. Cover and
cook on low for 9 to 10 hours
or overnight. Serves 8. ❑
© 1990 Ethel G. Hofman. All
Rights Reserved.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A strate-
gic survey of the military
balance in the Middle East
lists Iraq, Syria and Jordan
as potential threats to Israel
in the next few years.
The biggest potential
threat is Iraq, which by con-
servative estimates will be
able to produce nuclear
weapons within five to 10
years, according to "Middle
East Military Balance 1988-
89," just published by Tel
Aviv University's Jaffee
Center for Strategic Studies.
Israel sent bombers over
Baghdad in 1981 to destroy a
French-made nuclear reac-
tor purchased by Iraq, which
the Israelis claimed could
produce weapons grade
plutonium.
But there is a more im-
mediate threat from the
battle- hardened Iraqi army,
which is a far more effective
fighting force after the eight-
year war with Iran than it
was in the past, the study
said.
Syria has reported further
reductions in its defense
budget, but has actually in-
creased both its operational
activities and military ex-
penditures in most fields.
The Syrians seem to be
preparing for the option of
an independent military
offensive in 1990 to recap-
ture the Golan Heights from
Israel, according to the
report.
The researchers also noted
that Jordan has taken its
U.S.- supplied Hawk anti-
aircraft missiles out of their
permanent bases and
deployed them on mobile
platforms, in violation of its
commitment to the United
States.
The missiles pose a direct
threat to aircraft flying from
airfields almost anywhere in
Israel.
Jordan's armed forces
were increased by 27,000
men for a total of 150,000.
Egypt's armed personnel
now numbers 920,000, a
reduction of 60,000.

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