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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A brawl mar-
red the opening of the first
Israel-Palestine Art Exhibition at
Chagall House in Haifa last
weekend when rightwingers, ob-
jecting to the display of paintings
by Arab artists from the West
Bank at a municipally-supported
gallery, tried to have the paint-
ings removed — by force.
A group led by Herut MK Meir
Cohen-Avidov, a Deputy Speaker
of the Knesset, engaged in a sh-
outing and shoving match with
members of the Painters and
Sculptors Association, sponsors of
the exhibit, and with police. Sev-
eral paintings fell from the walls,
or were torn down. Eye-witness
accounts were not clear.
There were some 60 paintings
in all, by West Bank Arab and
Israeli Jewish artists. The exhibit
was banned by the military
authorities on the West Bank. But
the paintings have been displayed
at private galleries in Jerusalem
and Tel Aviv without incident.
Cohen-Avidov protested that
public and city funds were used to
mount the paintings at a public
gallery in Haifa. He took particu-
lar exception to a painting by Is-
raeli artist Harold Rubin entitled
"Homage to Rabbi Kahane." It
shows a Nazi-like bully with
Jewish features raising his
tefillin-wrapped arm in a Hitler
Rabbi Kahane, a Knesset
member and leader of the ex-
tremist Kach faction, vociferously '
advocated the expulsion of all
Arabs from Israel and the ad- ?'
ministered territories and
punishment for Jews and Arabs
The Haifa Artists Association is
divided over the showing. Many
have complained that their gal-
lery should not be used to display
Palestinian propaganda. But
others insist that to ban the ex-
hibit would be to deny artists
freedom of expression.
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Samuel
Lewis, ending an eight-year term
as U.S. Ambassador to Israel, ex-
pressed optimism about stirrings
of peace in the region.
"The ice floes in the Middle East
are beginning to crack," the vete-
ran diplomat told 360 guests
attending a farewell dinner given
in his honor by the Association of
Americans and Canadians in Is-
rael (AACI) at Kfar Hamaccabia.
"The rumblings (of peace) in the
distance scare some people, but it
is the harbinger of summer,"
Lewis said. The American envoy,
who began his tour of duty in
1977, the year of Egyptian
president Anwar Sadat's historic
visit to Jerusalem, said "the peace
process has been the high point of
Reviewing his tenure as Am-
bassador, he said his greatest
satisfaction was to have partici-
pated in the peace process be-
tween Israel and Egypt and his
greatest dismay was failing to
prevent the war in Lebanon.