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February 10, 1978 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-10

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Friday, February 10, 1978 27

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tion will not offer it the
usual help given to settle-
ments, according to a de-
partment spokesman in a
TV interview Sunday night.
Monday morning,
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan said he "admired"
the Shiloans' frank asser-
tions that they wished to
turn the place into a Jewish
settlement, but it was for
the government, not for
them, to determine where
and when settlements could
be established.
Cabinet Secretary Arye
Naor told' newsmen the gov-
ernment's position that the
were
Shiloans
cheologists" having re-
ceived the requisite permits
from the military and civi-
lian authorities to conduct a
dig at the ancient onetime-
site of the Israelite
sanctuary. So long as they
did nothing in contraven-
tion of those permits, Naor
said, no action would be
taken against them. What
they said to newsmen or
others was of no legal im-
port: what mattered was
that they did.
Thus, if they set up a
bank at the spot, this
would plainly be an in-
fringement, Naor
explained, because one
does 'not need a bank in
order to excavate an-
tiquities. A branch of the
Kupat Holim medical or-
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matter, because one did
need medical care. Yigael
Yadin also had medical
care on hand when he\ ex-
cavated' Masada, Naor

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