A pamphlet written by the U.S. Central Command is advising the 200,000 U.S. troops in and around Saudi Arabia to avoid discussions about the "Jewish lobby" with their Saudi hosts. Also on a list of taboo subjects are sensual commercials for perfume and lingerie. At the top of the list of 15 "sensitive" items is "articles and stories showing U.S.-Israeli ties and friendship." Other strictures include discussion of "anti-Arab demonstrations or sentiments in the United States" and of "U.S. involvement in supporting Israel and Israel's current presence in Lebanon." Also to be avoided, it suggests, is discussing or showing "sensual advertisements for perfume, blue jeans, women's lingerie, gambling, alcohol, etc.; ads for pork or shellfish (which are forbidden by Islam)." The Pentagon advises troops to carry the booklet at all times.