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February 17, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-17

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
Labor Party "think tank"
has come up with far-
reaching solutions to the
problem of the future of the
West Bank. The report, pre-
pared by a team headed by
Dr. Yair Hirschfeld, is in-
tended to be the center of
discussion on policy in the
occupied territories by the
Labor Party's Central
Committee.
It would be the first com-
prehensive discussion of its
kind by the Labor Party
since 1972, if held, which is
by no means sure.
The proposals, outlined
by Hirschfeld at a press con-
ference, seem to be a combi-
nation of long-standing
Labor policy that would
limit Israel's presence in the
territory to areas vital to its
security; autonomy for local
Arabs as envisioned in the
Camp David accords; and
President Reagan's Sept. 1,
1982 peace initiative cal-
ling for an ultimate associa-
tion of the West Bank Pales-
tinians with Jordan.

Hirschfeld maintained
that the time is ripe now
to create a new political
reality in the territories
before American pres-
sure begins, "probably
after the Presidential
elections, or perhaps
even before." He is trying
to convince the Labor
Party center of the need
to discuss it.
According to Hirschfeld,
there is considerable sup-
port among the population
in the territories for some
kind of political settlement.
He said the group which
prepared the report talked
to dozens of Israelis respon-
sible in the past, or at pre-
sent, for administration in
the territories and with
Palestinian leaders in the
West Bank and Gaza.
As a preliminary gesture
toward the population, the
report recommends aboli-
tion of the Israeli civil ad-
ministration and a policy
which would allow
maximum economic de-
velopment to stop the
radicalization of the local
population.
"We are convinced that
such steps could help make
King Hussein of Jordan join
the peace process,"
Hirschfeld said.
He said negotiations with
Hussein should be based on
the premise that the pre-
ferred permanent solution

Galilee School
for Troubled

NEW YORK — Ground
has been broken in Israel's
Galilee region for a school
that will serve disadvan-
taged youths in an effort to
reduce the country's drop-
out and illiteracy rates.
The school, to be named
the Allon Education Center
(for the late Yigal Allon),
will be run by the Associa-
tion for the Welfare of
Soldiers in Israel. The asso-
ciation plans to pattern the
school after its two existing
facilities in Israel.

AJC Official
Gets Rights Post

in the territories is one in
which most of the area
would become part of a fed-
eration with Jordan, de-
militarized and with con-
tinued Israeli control over
security areas.

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NEW YORK — Haskell
Lazere, director of the New
York chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, has
been appointed chairperson
of the New York State
Human Rights Advisory
Council.

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