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June 25, 1993 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-25

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top liaison to the Jewish com-
munity.
The only problem is that the
exact dimension of the fiscal
package are not yet clear —
and that the Jewish represen-
tatives, concerned about ru-
mored cuts to programs dear
to their hearts, were in no
mood to offer blanket support
for an incomplete set of pro-
posals.
"Details about where the
taxes will come from and
which programs will be cut
have not been worked out,"
said one participant. "We can't
support cuts until we see ex-
actly who is going to get hit."
Several other participants
suggested that the meeting
provided a good chance for the
Jewish community to get its
two cents in about the eco-
nomic package. But they also
agreed that support for the
program will depend on what
is worked out in this week's
negotiations between Presi-
dent Clinton and key Senate
leaders.

New Focus On
Israel MIA/POWs

Israel's friends here hope to
convince the administration to
keep the fate of Israel's miss-
ing soldiers at the top of their
agenda when dealing with
Arab governments.
The Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations is quietly
talking to administration offi-
cials about new ways to press
Syria and Iran to provide in-
• formation on the missing Is-
raelis. One possible strategy
involves urging American
companies that do business in
Iran — primarily, oil compa-
nies — to use their economic
clout to press the Tehran gov-
ernment to be more forthcom-
ing.
"The economic weapon could
be potent," said an official of
one major Jewish group. "With
Iran's oil revenues down, we
may find that the economic
lever is one of the most effec-
tive tools for prying informa-
tion out of these governments."
Several members of Con-
gress are also looking for ways
to keep the issue on the ad-
ministration's radar. Rep.
Gary Ackerman, D-N.Y., is cir-
culating a letter calling on the
administration to keep the
missing Israelis at top of its
agenda in dealing with Syria.
At least 67 members have
signed on; Mr. Ackerman ex-
pects to get more than 100.
And Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-
Ct., who raised the issue with
the Syrian ambassador earli-
er this year, is also seeking
ways to maintain the pressure.

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