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September 04, 1992 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-04

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Mr. Obey turned the quilts
over to representatives of
the governments par-
ticipating in the talks and to
an Arab-American group
representing Palestinians.
Israel's quilt went to Am-
bassador Zalman Shoval.
• The quilts were then
delivered to the negotiators
themselves.

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Environment On
Back Burner?

Alon Tal, director of the
Israel Union for Envi-
ronmental Defense, visited
Washington, D.C., recently
to discuss what he considers
an environmental crisis in
Israel.
"Israel has many pressing
issues, like security and
• employment. Environmen-
tal problems, to put it kind-
ly, have been put on the back
burner," said Mr. Tal, who
met with United States en-
vironmental officials over
his group's opposition to a
Voice of America
transmitter planned for an
environmentally sensitive
area of the Negev. The
Union provides legal assis-
tance to environmental
groups in Israel and serves
as a watchdog over govern-
ment agencies dealing with
the environment.
Water is a critical issue in
the region, compounded by
Israel's reluctance to con-
front the problem of solid
waste disposal. "We are en-
dangering our ground water
resources," he said. "In
Israel, we have developed
almost 100 percent of our
water resources. If we con-
tinue to systematically con-
taminate what we have, it is
going to compromise our
security."

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