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a hunger strike
Jerusalem (JTA) —Three of the
nearly two dozen defendants on
trial as alleged members of a
Jewish terrorist underground
Sunday declared a hunger strike
in their prison cells, protesting
"pressures by the general security
services." The three, Dan Beeri,
and Barak and Shaul Neer,
brothers, protested their treat-
ment as "security prisoners."
Beeri, 39, a rabbi who converted
from Christianity, is originally
from France. He faces charges on
involvement in the 1980 attack
against West Bank mayors and
the plan to blow up the Moslem
holy shrines on the Temple
Barak Neer, 25, of Jerusalem is
linked to the Temple Mount plot,
and to the gun and grenade attack
on the Islamic College in Hebron.
His brother, Shaul, is charged
in connection with the attack on
the Islamic College and the plan
to blow up a fleet of Arab-owned
buses in East Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, some 3,000 resi-
dents of Jerusalem shouted down
MK Meir Kahane Saturday night
when, along with 50 supporters,
the leader of the ultra-nationalist
Kach Party, held a demonstration
in downtown Jerusalem against a
successful Israeli motion picture,
Behind the Walls, which deals
with Jewish-Arab relations inside
an Israeli prison.
COL subsidy cut
Jerusalem (JTA) — Histadrut,
Israel's powerful labor federation,
last week rejected the unity gov-
ernment's proposal for a package
agreement developed in the gov-
ernment's strenuous efforts to
bring Israel's raging inflation
under control. The rejection came
at the close of more than six hours
of negotiations last Wednesday
involving representatives of the-
Histadrut, the government and
The rejected plan called for a
one-third cut in cost-of-living in-
crements for the next four
months, with workers compen-
sated by a five percent cut in their
income taxes and a price freeze for
the next six weeks. During that
period, the government would
preserve its right to impose new
taxes and more subsidy re-
Meanwhile, the Histadrut's
Central Committee decided last
Thursday to demand a total freeze
on prices, including subsidized
products, wages and taxes. The
committee said the Histadrut
would not sign any agreement un-
less the government could
guarantee total control of the re-
quested freeze. But observers said
that even if the government
agreed to the freeze, the govern-
ment lacked the personnel to con-
duct effective price controls.
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almost assuredly. This will be his payoff. Since the Democratic conven-
tion Jesse Jackson has been held in the background keeping a very low
profile. But if Mondale wins he will emerge like a rocket and take his place
in the Democratic hierarchy at the elbow of the new President. The Demo-
cratic Party must be made to pay for allowing Jesse Jackson to run
amuck. They must be made to pay for not passing at the convention a
, resolution condemning anti-Semitism. They must be made to pay for lying
to Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon Wiesenthal Center by promising if he
and. his associates would not push for the passage of the anti-Semitism
resolution during the formal convention, they would introduce and pass
this resolution immediately following the convention - they never did. The
Democratic Party must be taught a lesson it will never forget,
because if they are not - history will repeat itself. If Ernest Hollings,
John Glenn or even Walter Mondale would have called blacks "Zulus from
Zulutown" they would have long ago been forced out of the race. But
Jesse Jackson a candidate for the Presidency of the United States can
say whatever he wants without impunity and the best answers that can be
uttered are "Jesse Jackson speaks for himself" or You can't stop a person
from expressing his views" or a tree country with free speech:'
This Tuesday its up to you to show the Democratic party your answer.
This time you must put all other issues aside, willingly or unwillingly. You
must vote against the Democratic Presidential candidate. If not, his-
tory may very well repeat itself and not for the better.
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