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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-07

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Friday, June 7, 1985

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Jewish Settlements in Judaea
and Samaria has called for ac-
tion to induce the "responsible
authorities" to deport Palestiz
nian terrorists who were
allowed to return to their homes
in the territory following the
May 20 prisoner exchange.
The decision of the represen-
tative body of Jewish settlers. in
the West Bank, by emphasizing
the term "responsible
authorities," implied criticism of
the tactics of threats and
harassment resorted to by some
settlers to force the freed ter-
rorists to leave. It also appeared
to have created a rift between
the moderate and the militant
elements among the settlers.
The resolution adopted by the
council said it would attempt to
recruit the support of the Israeli
public by stressing the danger of
having hundreds of convicted
terrorists at large. About 600 of
the 1,150 freed Palestinians
were permitted to return to
their homes in the West Bank,
Gaza and Israel. Many had been
serving life sentences for mur-
der.
The prisoner exchanges se-
cured freedom for three Israeli
soldiers captured in Lebanon
and held since 1982 by a
Damascus-based Palestinian
terrorist organization.
Yisrael Harel, chairman of

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the settlers' council, said the
harassment tactics by some
settlers was generating sym-
pathy for the terrorists in some
sectors of the Israel population.
He admitted it was difficult to
restrain the more radical
settlers because the shock of the
release of terrorists in their
midst was very strong.
Zeev Saffer, secretary of the
Elon Moreh settlement and
chairman of the Actions Com-
mittee of Settlements in
Samaria, said it was too danger-
ous to wait until the govern-
ment took action to deport the
terrorists.
He said that to speed up the
process, continuous pressure
must be exerted on the entire
Arab population to force the ter-
rorists to leave. He added that
such action would be within the
law and would avoid clashes
with the Israeli authorities.
The government won an
overwhelming vote of confidence
in the Knesset last week for its
controversial prisoner exchange.
The Knesset also rejected three
opposition motions to establish a
commission of inquiry into the
Lebanon war.
By a vote of 65-6 with 16
abstentions, the Knesset ac-
cepted Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin's statement that Israel
had no option but to accept the
terms of the prisoner exchange.

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