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December 28, 1984 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1 -;ourt

nixes
BNB elections

Jerusalem (JTA) — The high
court of Justice Monday approved
clecision by the civil administra-
tion in the administered ter-
.±tories not to hold municipal
elections.
' The court referred to a request
' _ by residents of the Arab village of
- Jura in the Hebron region to hold
lelections in their village. The
Int described as legitimate the
concern expressed by the miliary
uthorities that elections in
udaea and Samaria, including
those requested by the Dura resi-
ents, might serve as a political
tool in the hands of the PLO.
The last municipal elections
were held in Judaea and Samaria
1976. Those elections brought
to power in most key Arab towns
olitical figures who were iden-
tified with the PLO, replacing the
aditional leadership, which was
more cooperative with the Israeli
uthorities. Since then, many of
-the elected mayors were deposed
– some were replaced by ap-
pointed Arab mayors, others,
ostly in the big cities, by Israel
Defense Force officers.
The authorities have recently
tried to replace officers with
rabs, but so far they were unable
to find able men, who were willing
0 accept jobs, and face accusa-
tions of collaborating with Israel.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The chair-
- man of the Knesset's Security and
r. 7 or e ign Affairs Committee, Abba
,Eban, said Monday a consensus
was growing in the committee in
favor of withdrawing the IDF in
, Lebanon to the international bor-
der, while taking independent
measures to ensure the security of
the Galilee.
- Eban told the Voice of Israel
- that he was convinced of the need
for a speedy decision. Any delay,
he said, exposed Israel to dangers.
The Knesset Foreign Affairs
and Defense Committee was
scheduled to meet soon with De-
fense Minister Yitzhak Rabin on
the issue.

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