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October 19, 1990 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-19

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SALE DETROIT'S
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HIGHEST
On
Selected
RATES
Fall Merchandise

• Gespa • French Vanilla
• Adrienne Vittadini
• Elizabeth • And Many Others

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Anniversary Sale Thurs., Fri. & Sat.

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Sizes 14 to 26

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Friday Saturday Monday

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Farmington Hills • Broadway Plaza
Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
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This is a fixed rate account that
is insured to $100,000 by the
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terest Penalty for early
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accounts. Rates subject to
change without notice.

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1 COMMENT

I

Major Problems
Confront Israel

CARL ALPERT

Special to The Jewish News

T

he holidays are a time
not only for retrospec-
tion, but also for
foward-looking. Here is a list
of 12 major problems which
will confront Israel in the
year ahead:
1. The Middle East. Israel's
location in the Middle East
makes it susceptible to any
turmoil, instability or aggres-
sion originating in this area.
The unpredictability of events
here has been demonstrated
by recent events involving
Iraq, and Israel must remain
constantly on the alert to all
possible consequences, which
may change from day to day,
and which may have grave
consequences for this country.
2. Immigration from the
USSR. For years we have
talked about the prospects of
a mass immigration; now it is
upon us in full force. The pro-
blem is not whether the
movement will continue, but
whether we shall be able to
succeed in mustering all the
resources, energy, imagina-
tion and unity required to ab-
sorb these new arrivals
properly.
3. The intifada. The morale
of the Arabs shows signs of
collapsing, as evidenced by
their increasing desperation,
and the growing tendency to
kill their own people who
want peace. It will require
Israeli firmness, skill
diplomacy and psychology to
prevent fresh outbursts, and
bring about ultimate collapse
of the revolt.
4. Internal social problems.
Unemployment and lack of
adequate housing for young
people are creating tensions
which from time to time ex-
plode into demonstrations of
frustration. Unfortunately,
there are domestic political
elements which are not
averse to exploiting these ten-
sions to serve narrow partisan
aims.
5. Government stability.
The extremely narrow coali-
tion majority will be put to
the test again and again, and
minority parties will con-
tinue to press their demands
for political advantages. The
opposition may be expected to
do everything within its
power, fair or foul, to bring
the government down.
6. U.S. pressures. The ad-
ministration in Washington
may be expected to make life

Carl Alpert writes from
Haifa, Israel.

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