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November 27, 1992 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-27

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carriers. That's a large
enough nucleus to serve as a
continuous infection," he
said.
If anything, said Dr.
Ma'ayan, "the regulations
will make the situation
worse, not better. By linking
AIDS with immigrants,
young people will think that
the disease isn't a problem
within the Israeli commun-
- ity.
"And anyone who suspects
he has AIDS might not want
to be tested, fearing that he,
like visitors, could be thrown
out of the country," he said.
"The bottom line, is we need
▪ better education on the sub-
ject."
That is a view shared by
Serge Dajches, director of
the Israel AIDS Task Force.
"There is no real educa-
tional program to teach peo-
ple here about the danger of
AIDS and ways to prevent it.
But first, we must openly
declare that there is an
AIDS problem in Israel," he
said.
"It's ironic," said Mr. Da-
D
jches, "but this whole
Interior Ministry controver-
sy may actually do some
good toward raising AIDS
awareness in this country."

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Arafat Remains
Peace Obstacle

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization Yassir Arafat re-
mains the major obstacle to
progress in the peace talks
between Israel and the Pa-
lestinians, Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin said this
week.
Mr. Rabin made the com-
ment at a meeting of the
Knesset Foreign Affairs and
) Defense Committee as PLO
leaders in Tunis discussed
whether to attend the next
round of bilateral peace
talks in Washington, ten-
tatively set for Dec. 7.
Reports from Tunis said
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the Clinton administration
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and those favoring con-
tinued Palestinian par-
- ticipation in the talks.
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ian delegation to the talks,
Haider Abdel-Shafi, was
quoted as telling reporters in
Tunis: "We are still discuss-
ing the matter, but there is a
tendency to go."
Israeli Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres expressed con-
fidence that the talks would
continue.

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