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April 09, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-09

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36 Friday, April 9, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Druze Continue Strike on Golan

TEL AVIV (JTA) — strators who were protest-
Nearly 4,000 Druze on the ing the issuance of the iden-
Golan Heights, about one- tity cards. Three of the
third of the total Druze Druze who were wounded,
the army to have
said by
population there, have been
endangering
the
applied for and received Is-
raeli identity cards, accord- soldiers, were a mother and
her eight-year-old
ing to Defense Minister another
member child and
of the fam-
Ariel Sharon. He made this
ily, a 74-year-old man. Se-
claim in a meeting last
curity sources said the
day
with
Israeli
leader
Sheikh
Amin Druze
Tarif. soldiers shot at the legs of
the demonstrators who
Meanwhile,
six Golan
Israeli were attacking them with
soldiers
and four
Druze were injured Friday metal bars and wooden be-
in clashes with demon- ams.

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Druze sources said many
of those issued identity
cards have torn them up,
burned them or returned
them to the Israeli
authorities. The Interior
Ministry claims that the
cards are only for purposes
of identification to receive
official services.
The Druze mayors on the
Golan voted on Tuesday to
continue the general strike
in the area into its eighth
week.
Restrictions on the
Golan Druze were inten-
sified for four days last
week. Reporters were
banned from the Druze
villages and postal and
health services were re-
stricted to those who had
identity cards. The Is-
raeli Cabinet lifted the
restrictions on Sunday
"after order was re-
stored."
An Israel Druze member
of the Knesset told a meet-
ing of the Community Rela-
tions Committee of Jewish
Federation Council of
Greater Los Angeles this
week that the media in the
United States has exagger-
ated and distorted Druze
protests over Israeli anne-
xation of the Golan Heights.
Zeidan Atashi, who has
acted as an official mediator
between the Golan Druze
and the Israel government,
said that only about 9,000
Druze live in the Golan as
compared to some 45,000
living in the rest of Israel.
And, of that number, he ob-
served, a "silent majority"
do not support the general
strike now in its eighth
week in the area to protest
annexation.
Atashi said that media
distortions make it seem as
though the strike action has
unanimous support, not
only in the Golan, but
among the Druze in the rest .
of Israel. This, he said, is
simply not true.
"The Druze in the Golan
have had several concerns
regarding annexation. In
my role as unofficial
mediator I have attempted
to answer their questions."
Atashi said. "They were
chiefly concerned about the
draft, about whether Israeli
citizenship would be im-
posed and whether their
land would be confiscated."

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OTTAWA (JTA) — The
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Israel Committee, became-
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NEW YORK — The Coal-
ition to Stop the Abandon-
ment of Israel will sponsor a
rally in Washington on
April 25 to express its con-
cern with the Reagan Ad-
ministration's Middle East
policies.
The rally, in Lafayette Veto on Mayors
Park across from the White
UNITED NATIONS
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U.S. policies that have (JTA) — The United States
"saved the Soviet-backed vetoed a Security Council
PLO in Lebanon; pressured resolution calling on Israel
Israel to make dangerous to reinstate three West
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