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October 18, 1991 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-18

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system..There were many
among the enrolled who, on
a volunteer basis, met vol-
unteering teachers for Sat-
urday discussion sessions.
There was an empowering
desire to study and to learn.
Now there is cause for
regret that after three
decades the curricula were
reduced to three days a
week. Subsequent declines
will surely be indicated in
educational studies.
Anticipated changes will
surely be aimed at acquiring
new forcefulness in projected

studies. There is no doubt
that the day school ideals,
which originally met with
opposition from the assimi-
lated in our midst, will have
the greatest influence upon
the new problems under con-
sideration.
The major aim must lead
to study and learning, assur-
ing knowledge for our youth
and justified dignity in
leadership. Whatever evolu-
tion is contemplated, it must
be with unlimited duties to
avoid reduction in studies
and to guarantee the tradi-
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Israeli Parties
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Ignoring
increasingly strained rela-
tions with Washington,
Israeli leaders of both major
parties are hotly defending
Israel's right to conduct
reconnaissance flights over
Iraq if it considers them
vital to its security.
"Our assessment is that
Iraq still has the capacity to
launch missiles at us, and
therefore all related intel-
ligence is helpful," Defense
Minister Moshe. Arens
declared.
But with one exception,
none of the politicians who
waxed indignant over U.S.
complaints admitted

Mr. Arens
dismissed Iraq's
protest as "the
height of cynicism
and hypocrisy."

outright that there had in-
deed been such flights last
week.
U.S. officials protested the
Oct. 4 flights at the highest
level. They violated the
airspace of several Arab
countries just a week before
Secretary of State James
Baker was due to go to the
Middle East for yet another
attempt to set up an Arab-
Israeli peace conference.
Iraq lodged a formal pro-
test with the United
Nations.
But Israeli officials, who
refused to confirm or deny
the flights, nevertheless in-
dicated that their purpose
would be to gather informa-
tion about hitherto unknown
Scud missile-launching sites
found by U.N. observer
teams in western Iraq.
Except for Housing Min-
ister Ariel Sharon, officials
who discussed the subject on

radio and television in-
variably prefaced their
remarks about the alleged
flights with the qualifying
statement, "if they took
place."
Labor Party leader
Shimon Peres said Israel did
not need anyone's permis-
sion to overfly sites in Iraq
which represented a threat
to Israel. He added, however,
that the timing and routing
should be carefully con-
sidered.
Likud spokesmen took
their cue from Arens, who
criticized the U.S. reaction.
Mr. Arens said that he did
not believe Israeli recon-
naissance flights could
jeopardize the proposed
peace conference.
"I don't want to enter into
the operational actions of
the air force. I want to say
unequivocally that any
responsibility for defending
the security of Israel rests
with its government and we
will continue to do so as we
see fit," Mr. Arens said.
He dismissed Iraq's U.N.
protest as "the height of
cynicism and hypocrisy" and
suggested that the Ameri-
cans probably complained at
the urging of Saudi Arabia.
Defense Ministry spakes-
man Danny Naveh said
Israel would continue to
take any "step necessary"
for its self-defense.
Mr. Sharon referred direct-
ly to the overflights without
qualifiers. "The flights are
essential for security," he
said on a television inter-
view.
He hinted, as did Mr.
Arens, that the United
States did not always supply
Israel with complete intel-
ligence data and that Israel
must see to its own security
needs.

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