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November 29, 1974 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-29

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Friday, Nov. 29, 1974-21

Israelis to Build Industrial Zone In Arab Lands Near Capital

To err from the right path government has announced
is common to mankind.
plans to build an industrial
—Sophocles zone serving Jerusalem at
Ma'ale Haedumin, a barren
stretch of land on the Jericho
road about 14 kilometers

east of the capital.
. V . S nil.
The plans also call for the
establishment of a service
area of garages and work-
shops at Anatot, an Arab
village between Neve
Ya'acov. The northernmost
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
Jewish residential area of
Jerusalem and Macale Hee-




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dumin. Both sites are on the
West Dank.
Information Minister Aha-
ron Yariv told newsmen that
the decision, adopted• by a
majority of the Cabinet, had
been in the making for some
time and insisted that its
timing, two days after the
UN General Assembly adopt-
ed its pro-PLO resolutions,
was "purely coincidental."
Yariv said the decision was
based on recommendations
contained in •a report sub-
mitted by a special working
,committee headed by State
Attorney Meir Shamgar.
He said it would be incor-
rect to assume that the pro-
posed zones would be re-
garded as an integral part
of the state of Israel and
stressed that there were no
plans to legally annex the
region "at this stage."
Despite Yariv's , denial
there was a feeling among
reporters that the decision
was taken hastily as a politi-
cal response to the PLO's
triumphs 'at the UN.
Yariv said Ma'ale HaEdu-
mim was selected on purely
objective •grounds — because
it was close enough to Jeru-
salem for convenience and
far enough to avoid ecologi-
cal hazards.
He conceded that both the

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easy way.

IMa'ale HaEdumin and Ana-
tot projects would call for
the expropriation of Arab-
owend lands and that Ana-
tot would present some
problems because it is a
built-up inhabited area.
He said that the industrial
zone would require only 5-
6,000 dunams of land out of
some 70,000 dunams sealed
off by the • government in
1972 so' that there was chance
that some of the land would
be returned to its previous
He noted that much of the
land around Ma'ale HaEdu-
min was owned by the Jor-
danian government prior to
1967. He said a special min-
isterial committee would re-
view all land sequestration
needed for both projects.
Asked what effect the de-
cision might have on Israel's
relations with Jordan or with
the PLO, Yariv would say
only at present the govern-
ment,has no relations with
The information minister
also announced that the hous-

Czechs Remove
Jew from Office

Terrorists Caught

TEL AVIV, Nov. 25 JTA)
Security forces have detained
28 persons on the West Bank
for questioning in connection
with a terrorist cell uncov-
ered in the Judaea and Sa-
maria regions.
The cell was affiliated with
the Syrian-backed Al Saiqa
terrorist group and its mem-
bers are believed to have
been responsible for two ter-
rorist acts on the West Bank
and in Israel last summer.
One was the planting of ex-
plosives in the Hebron Labor
Exchange office Aug. 22. One
of two Israeli Arabs among
the detainees is suspected of
Search for Shakespeare
An important task in the having planted a hand gre-
understanding of any outhor nade in Natanya on Aug. 27.
A Nablus military tribunal
and his work, no less than
that of William Shakespeare, was told that the discovery
is the effort to establish how of an El Fatah terrorist cell
much the author has brought in Tulkarem on the West
to his writings from his own Bank averted possible death
imagination, and how much or injuries to many Israelis
he has depended on other from letterbombs.
According to testimony, the
sources, such as folklore and
historical accounts. In the cell's leader, Jamal All Ah-
case of Shakespeare, an im-1 med, personally prepared
portant piece of the puzzle is letterbombs from specially
the "Chronicles" of Raphael made explosives that he ap-
Holinshed, first published in parently obtained while vis-
1577. Long acknowledged as iting Lebanon seeking re-
the foremost sourcebook used cruits for El Fatah.
Ahmed was arrested' 'be-
by Shakespeare in writing his
histories and several of his fore the lethal letters were
tragedies, Holinshed's work mailed. He and his associ-
contains historical accounts ates were active during the
of such figures as King Lear, Yom Kippur War trying to
Cymbeline, Macbeth, Henry prevent West Bank Arabs
IV, John, Henry VII, and from working in Israel.
Richard III.
In "Shakespeare's Holin-
shed: The Cronicle and the
Plays Compared," (Dover
paperback) by W. B. Bos-
well-Stone, the reader, the
scholar, the historian, and CUSTOM FURNITURE &
the student of literature, can
examine the historical ac-
counts that provide the basis
for much of Shakespeare's

about 40 blocks of residential
ing ministry would build
buildings at Azariye, a
suburb on the Jericho road
and that the government
would provide loans on easy
terms and other assistance to
poor Arab families in Jeru-
salem who want to move
He said that both Jewish
and Arab garage owners and
workshop operators in Jeru-
salem would be encouraged
to move to the proposed serv-
ice area in Anatot.

International Council of Jews.
from Czechoslovakia has re-
ceived news from Prague
that Pavel Kollmann, chair-
man of the Prague Jewish
community has been dis-
missed by the authorities.
Kollmann visited. Israel as
a tourist six months ago. His
brother lives in Israel, and
he had permission to visit
Kollmann's removal from
office follows the removal of
Frantisek Fuchs, chairman
of the Union of Jewish Com-
It is easy to acquire an
munities in Bohemia and Mo-
ravia, and of Ota Heitlinger, enemy, but difficult to ac-
quire a friend.—Midrash
secretary of the union.

C .7 hoicueL



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