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August 31, 1984 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-31

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20 Friday, August 31, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NEWS

Construction
work halted
by high court

Jerusalem (JTA) — Is-
rael's Supreme Court issued
a temporary injunction last
week ordering suspension of
work on Emanuel, a town
for Orthodox settlers, on
northern Samaria in the
West Bank.
The court acted on a re-
quest from a local Arab, who
claims ownership of the site
and who told the high court
that its previous orders
halting construction had
not been obeyed. A repre-
sentative of the State of Is-
rael expressed doubt
whether the military com-
mander for the area could
implement the court orders.
That settlement
triggered an angry reaction
from Justice Meir Scham-
gar, president of the court,
who declared it was un-
heard of that the area's
military commander, who
embodies both the legisla-
tive and executive powers in
the area, would disobey a
High Court of Justice order.
He ordered the State Attor-
ney to make certain the new
order be handed to all par-
ties involved.

Village leader
sentenced to jail

Jerusalem (JTA) -- A
military court in Judaea
has sentenced a former head
of the Bethlehem Village
Leagues to two years in jail.
Bishara Kumssiye was
convicted last Monday on
charges of attempts against
political adversaries,
among them Elias Freij, the
Mayor of Bethlehem.
Kumssiye was at the time
one of the more influential
leaders of the Leagues,
which, prior to the Lebanon
war, were encouraged by
then Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon as a pro-Israeli Arab
organization in the ter-
ritories.
Follbwing the war, the
new administrators at the
Defense Ministry tended to
downplay the importance of
the Leagues.

AJCommittee
rep addresses
Hadassah meet

New York — Rabbi Marc
H. Tanenbaum, director of
international relations of
the American Jewish
Committee, delivered a
keynote address at the 70th
annual convention of
Hadassah in San Francisco
this week.
Dr. Tanenbaum spoke on
"The Current State of
Jewish-Christian-Muslim
Relations: Implications for
Israel and the Middle East
Peace," assessing the pro-
gress and problems in inter-
religious relations during
the past 20 years.

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