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February 08, 1985 - Image 37

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Friday, February 8, 1985 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Deli Uni ue

NEWS

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Shmuel To-
ledano, a former Arab affairs ad-
viser in the Prime Minister's
office, said in Tel Aviv last Thurs-
day he was in favor of the gov-
ernment's intention to abolish the
post.
Addressing a rotary club lunch-
eon, he referred to the controversy
surrounding the dismissal by
Minister Without Portfolio Ezer
Weizman, who is responsible for
Arab affairs, of the incubent ad-
viser.
Weizman has been attacked by
Likud politicians for what they
charge is a political move.
Toledano said there was no
need for the post now that the
600,000 Arabs of Israel can battle
for their own rights by them-
selves.
"They do not need a tutor to plea
for them in thousands of problems
every citizen encounters," he said.
He said that abolishing the post
would be a step towards the
genuine integration of Arab citi-
zens in the life of the state.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Ariel Sharon,
who returned from New York last
week claiming a moral victory in
his $50 million libel suit against
Time magazine, says he intends to
be Israel's prime minister, but is
in no hurry to pursue that goal.
In an Israel Radio interview
last Friday night, the minister of
commerce and industry said he
would be a candidate for prime
minister only in four years' time.
No one will be seeking the office
before then because of the
Labor-Likud unity government
agreement.
Under the agreement, Labor
Party leader Shimon Peres is
serving as premier during the
first half of the government's
five-year statutory tenure, to be
replaced in the second half by
Likud leader Yitzhak Shamir,
currently a deputy premier and
foreign minister.
Sharon said "I have less ambi-
tion than people think. I am in-
terested in agriculture, world
travel, meeting people. My life
does not revolve around wanting
to be premier."
But Sharon's closest aides and
backers in Likud's bloc are al-
ready seeking to position him to
head the Likud list in the forth-
coming Histadrut elections, to be
held probably next May.
They are trying to persuade
Sharon to challenge the incum-
bent Secretary General of Histad-
rut, Laborite Yisrael Kessar. If
Sharon is the candidate, he would
displace one of his most formida-
ble rivals for leadership of Herut
and Likud, Deputy Premier and
Housing Minister David Levy.
Even if Sharon fails to win over
Kessar in the Histadrut elections,
his candidacy would be a stepping
stone toward the goal of heading
Likud which holds its internal
elections next November. As
leader of Likud, he would be in
line for the premiership in the
next national elections.

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