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September 14, 1979 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, September 14, 1919

Settlement Decision Is Delayed Amid Sharon-Yadin Argument

chairman of the Ministerial
Committee on Settlements,
had misled the government
on the new settlements.
Yadin, a member of the
committee, said last week
that Sharon had used the
government's earlier deci-
sion to only "thicken" exist-
ing settlements for the pre-
sent as a means of establish-
ing the new settlements. He
said Sharon used the names
of existing settlements such
as Karnei Shomron and
Rehan and added a "Bet" to
them to make it appear they
were the second stage of the
settlement rather than a
new one.
The committee acted
after Premier Menahem
Begin, at an earlier meet-
ing with Yadin, rejected
his demand that the mat-

The committee also
agreed to alloW Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman to
appeal the decision to estab-
lish the settlements before
the Knesset Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee.
At the same time, the
committee rejected a charge
by Yadin that Agriculture
Minister Ariel Sharon,

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Ministerial Defense
Committee agreed Sunday
to a demand by Deputy
Premier Yigael Yadin and
the two other Democratic
party ministers that the
Cabinet review the decision
to establish four new set-
tlements in Judaea and
Samaria.

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portedly accused the Demo-
cratic Party ministers of
trying to sabotage the set-
tlement efforts. He said he
would not make it easy for
them.
Yadin and his two col-
leagues agreed to return to
the Cabinet meeting after
Finance Minister Simha
Ehrlich said that Yadin's
complaints would be dis-
cussed. The discussion re-
sulted in the decision to re-
view the establishment of
the settlements while clear-
ing Sharon of misleadi
the Cabinet. -
Meanwhile, construction
work presently being im-
plemented at the site of the
four settlements will con-
tinue until the appeal is dis-
cussed.

leagues, Justice Minister
Shmuel Tamir and Social
Betterment Minister Yis-
rael Katz.
Begin hurriedly called
Sharon into his office but
the agriculture minister re-

Church Body Blasted, Sides
With Young PLO' Policy

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Three national Jewish
organizations have charged
the National Council of
Churches with evasion of
its moral and religious re-
sponsibilities when it
endorsed outgoing UN Am-
bassador Andrew Young's
challenge to the United
States and Israel to desist
from their "no talk policy"
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
A joint statement re-
leased by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, the American Jewish
Committee and the
Synagogue Council of
America, including the
interreligious affairs de-
partment of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, expressed regret
that the NCC's executive
committee upheld "Young's
position "without demand-
ing that, as a precondition,
the PLO abandon its cove-
nant which specifically calls
for the destruction of Israel"
and ceases its "self-
confessed acts of terrorism
against innocent civilians
throughout the world."
"The failure of the execu-
tive committee of the NCC
to demand the cessation of
these acts and the rejection
of the notorious PLO cove-
nant is to avoid the moral
issue that religious organ-
izations must not evade,"
the joint statement said.
"The representatives of
America's largest group-
ing of Protestant and Or-
thodox churches have
failed to face the moral
and religious issue un-
derlying America's no-
talk policy with the-ler-
rorist Palestine Libera-
tion Organization."
The NCC's executive
committee paid special
tribute to Young on the oc-
casion of his resignation as
the chief U.S. delegate to
the UN, "surrounded by is-
sues in the Middle East con-
flict which have been the
special concern of the NC-
CUSA for many years."
After noting that Young,
an ordained clergyman, is a

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ter be fully discussed by
the Ministerial Defense
Committee. Yadin said he
would not attend Cabinet
meetings until there was
such a review and was
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prices for kosher meat and
poultry.
The butchers and Or-
thodox leaders fear that ob-
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out of the kosher market.
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meat.

former NCC staff member
and "a long-time partner of
this council in its struggle
for racial and economic jus-
tice," the executive commit-
tee said:
"We find ourselves in
fundamental agreement
with the remarks he made
to his UN Security Council
colleagues on Aug. 23, 1979.
Consistent with his belief
that dialogue is indispensa-
ble to peace, he challenged
the United States and Israel
to desist from their no-talk
policy with the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
while, at the same time,
challenging those nations
hostile to Israel to have good
relations with it. He also
underscored the futility of a
continued policy of mutual
violence. A quite similar
position has been expressed
by the NCC over the years."

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