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Jerusalem (JTA) — A three-day
curfew was imposed in the center
of Ramallah and the adjacent
town of El Bireh on the West Bank
following the fatal shooting of a
Jewish settler, Avraham Nabul-
nik, in the Ramallah market
place on Sunday.
Nabulnik, a resident of
Hadasha, a Jewish settlement
just north of Jerusalem, was the
second Israeli to be murdered in
the Ramallah market place since
Feb. 4 when a soldier was gunned
down in almost the same spot,
near the central bus station.
Jewish settlers throughout the
territory reacted with fury.
One response by the Council of
Jewish Settlements was to estab-
lish an unauthorized — and there-
fore illegal — new settlement
close to Ramallah. Tractors began
leveling the ground Monday
morning while volunteers ham-
mered poles into the ground.
There was no immediate inter-
vention by the Israel Defense
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin called Nabulniik's murder
a despicable crime and promised
that the authorities would make
every effort to find and punish the
killers. The military commander
on the West Bank told reporters
the security forces would do ev-
erything possible to protect Is-
raeli citizens in the territories but
warned that it was impossible to
guard every individual.
The Council of Jewish Settle-
ments, meanwhile, called for the
establishment of a dozen new set-
tlements in the territory in re-
sponse to the killing.
The council demanded the im-
mediate arrest of what it claimed
were dozens of Palestine Libera-
tion Organization sympathizers
in Ramallah and El Bireh and the
permanent closure of Bir Zeit
University just north of Ramal-
lah, long a center of Palestinian
nationalism. The council charged
that the university teaches the
ideology which led to Sunday's
murder. The campus is currently
closed for a month because of an
According to local accounts,
Nabulnik was shot at close range,
in the head, in the middle of the
teeming market place. Although
armed, he had no time to draw his
weapon. The killer escaped in the
crowd. Nabulnik was employed by
the El Bireh municipality which
is run by the IDF.
The murder was the only seri-
ous incident of violence in the
wake of Land Day which is
The Council of
called for the
establishment of a
response to the
marked each year on March 30 by
Palestinian Arabs in Israel and
the territories to protest the con-
fiscation of Arab lands in Galilee
more than a decade ago.
Three land Day rallies held by
Israeli Arabs in Galilee and the
Negev were peaceful despite some
strong rhetoric. Tensions ran
higher on the West Bank, and in
East Jerusalem where a general
strike was 100 percent effective.
Two Arab youths were slightly
wounded in the Dahaisha refugee
camp when Israeli soldiers opened
fire after a stone-throwing melee.
Police fired into the air after rocks
were hurled at the police station
in Manger Square in Bethlehem.
There were no injuries. A Jewish
woman was slightly injured by
flying glass when a rock smashed
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