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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-09

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38 Friday, July 9, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ma h Jong

Two New Settlement Sites Approved for Gush Emunim

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JERUSALEM — The gov- ues to follow the Allon plan
Negotiations continued,
ernment approved two new in determining its settle- meanwhile, with the Gush
settlement sites last week, . ment policy. The committee, Emunim over alternative
342-7801
both on the eastern fringe of headed by Minister-With- settlement sites for the
Call Yankel
the Samaria region of the out-Portfolio Israel Galili, Kadum squatters. Up to
West Bank. One is in the also seemed to want to dem- now, the Gush have refused
Jordan Valley and the other onstrate that government- to accept offers made by the
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in the hills overlooking the approved settlement of the ministerial settlement com-
successful business
Jordan rift. The ministerial West Bank is proceeding mittee and insist on remain-
established 23 years
settlement committee also without delay.
ing in the "heart of Sa-
— must sell on
decided that the Nahal
account of health
(para-military) settlement
southfield area
of Kohav Hashahar in the
American Jews on Gush Emunim
Upholstering
same region would be con-
LONG BEACH, N. Y., Henry A. Kissinger had not
& Decorating
verted into a civilian settle-
(JTA) — The Gush Emunim stopped Israeli forces dur-
ment.
The Jewish News
The announcement had movement is "championing ing the Yom Kippur War,
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Abourezk (D-SD).
Department spokesman
Robert Funseth said Al-Hut
was interviewed on a local
television program without
having been granted permis-
sion by the State Depart-
ment.
Representatives of the
PLO who have observer
status at the United Nations
are not permitted to travel
beyond a 25-mile radius of
New York City without ex-
press permission of the
State Department. Such
permission is conditional on
their not engaging in public
political activities.
"We approved his (Al-
Hut's) visit to Washington
with the standard condi-
tion that he engage in no
political activity. In our
view this (the interview)
was inconsistent with the
conditions of the visit and
we have informed the PLO
in New York of this," Fun-
seth said.
Funseth explained that
Al-Hut was invited by a
reporter for an off-the-rec-
ord breakfast "that would
not be in violation of the
regulations" because it is
not regarded as "a public
activity." But the TV in-
terview materialized.
Funseth confirmed a
previous violation of the
travel conditions by an-
other PLO representative
who made a political
speech in Chicago and held
a press conference in
Washington last Novem-
ber. He also said that
members of the PLO dele-
gation were under no re-
strictions regarding politi-
cal activity within 25 miles
of New York City.

Man goeth forth unto his
work and to his labor until
the evening.
—Psalms

DEBORAH'S
INVITATIONS

mania."
Government
policy,
guided by the unofficial
Allon plan, seeks to create
a string of Israeli settle-
ments in the Jordan Valley
as a security barrier and
to avoid settlement in the
Samarian highlands
where the large Arab pop-
ulation centers are lo-
cated.
During the June 27 Cabi-
net meeting, Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin flatly rejected a
demand by the Gush Emu-
nim that the Cabinet hold a
full dress debate on West
Bank settlement policies as
a condition for their accept-
ance of a settlement site of-
fered by the government.
The Cabinet decided on May
9 to offer the Gush squat-
ters alternative sites. If they
reject the offer, they will be
removed from Kadum, by
force if necessary, the Cabi-
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