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14 Friday, February 10, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Publishes Karp Report on Territories Violence

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Karp report, citing
shortcomings in the
maintenance of law and
order in the administered
territories, was published
by the government Tues-
day, some 18 months after it
was completed and two days
after the Cabinet agreed on

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a series of "guidelines"
aimed at correcting the de-
ficiencies in law enforce-
ment.
The report was prepared
by Deputy Attorney Gen-
eral Yehudit Karp who
headed a committee estab-
lished by the Justice Minis-
try to investigate law
enforcement in the West
Bank and Gaza.
It dealt with disorders
created by the Arab popula-
tion and vigilantism by
Jewish settlers, the latter,
more often than not going
unpunished because of lack
of coordination between the
civilian and military
authorities, poor police
work and refusal of Jewish
settlers to cooperate with
the authorities when one of
their own was involved in
violence against Arabs.
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Arba. The police han-
dling of this violation was
"poor" the report said.
According to the report,
the Military Governor of
Hebron ordered the local
police chief, a Jewish offi-
cer, not to proceed against
the violators. The officer
told the Karp investigators
that there was a "conspiracy
of silence" and not all sus-
pects were questioned, the
report said.
The investigating com-
mittee encountered difficul-
ties when it tried to obtain
information in cases where
Jewish civilians were in-
volved in shooting Arabs.
According to the report, a
police investigation into
fatal shootings of Arabs by
armed Jewish settlers did
not demonstrate "the re-
quired stamina."
The report noted, how-
ever, that there were many
objective problems in law
enforcement in the ter-
ritories. These include a
manpower shortage, poor
quality of police work, lan-
guage difficulties and a hos-
tile Arab population.
The Cabinet, in its 10-
point statement Sunday,
promised that the army,
the police and other se-
curity agencies would as-
sign more manpower and
resources to deal with
Arab and Jewish law
breakers. The Council of
Jewish Settlements con-
tended that the best way
to maintain law and
order in the West Bank
was to impose Israeli law,
an act that would be tan-
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Karp resigned last year
to protest the govern-
ment's failure to act on
the report. She withdrew
her resignation later and
her report came under
review at the highest
government levels. The
Cabinet's decision Sun-
day to adopt a tougher
policy toward Arab and
Jewish law breakers was
at least a partial im-
plementation of Karp's
recommendations.
The immediate reaction
by the Council of Jewish
Settlements in Judea and
Samaria was to welcome re-
lease of the report but at-
tacked Karp for allegedly
presenting her political
views in the guise of a legal
paper. The settlers de-
manded that the govern-
ment take disciplinary ac-
tion against Karp because
she "leaked the findings to
the press."
The Karp report deals
specifically with 70 cases of
clashes involving Arabs and
Israeli security forces and
Jewish civilians. It charged
that police investigation
into some of the cases was
"poor and faulty," and noted
that delays in the investiga-
tion process were caused by
the separation of powers be-
tween the police and the
military.
Nearly half of the cases —
33 out of 70 — were closed
with no action taken
against suspects, Jewish
civilians. The police
recommended pressing
charges in only 15 cases.
The report cited as an
example the illegal
takeover of the old
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Hebron by Jewish milit-

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