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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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Expanding Settlements
`No Answer' To Terror

Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
Shimon Peres and Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin are
standing firm against demands
by Jewish settlers in the 'West
Bank that the government lift
restictions on' Jewish settlement
activity in the territory, espe-
cially in Hebron where an Israel
soldier was fatally stabbed last
Tuesday.
Rabin declared in a television
interview last Wednesday night
that further Jewish settlement
in the administered areas was
no answer to terrorism, as the
settlers claim. Peres visited the
Hebron casba, scene of the stab-
bing, Thursday morning. He
met later with Jewish settler
leaders to discuss security but
rejected their view that Jewish
settlement is a vital element of
security.
Othniel Schneller, chairman
of the Council of Settlements in
Judaea and Samaria, said af-
terwards that while he and his
colleagues appreciated Peres'
visit, they would make a deter-
mined effort to expand settle-
ment, "not necessarily in Heb-
ron, but all over Judea and
Samaria."
Schneller did not divulge
specific plans. Last Wednesday
however, Israeli soldiers foiled
an attempt by settlers from
nearby Kiryat Arba to occupy
houses in the Tep Rumeida sec-
tion of Hebron where a small
number of Jews have been per-
mitted to live for more than a
year. The army's swift response
underscored the determination
by Peres and Rabin not to give
in to pressure by the settlers.
Rabin, who was questioned by
Kiryat Arba settlers in the tele-
vision interview, made clear
that he opposed the kind of
Arab-Jewish "coexistence" that
entailed an artificial mixing of
the two people in cities predo-
minantly Arab. He said he
would oppoge Jewish "settle-
ment" in Umm El-Fahm or any
other Arab village within Is-
rael's pre-1967 borders. Appar-
ently, this also applies to Arab

towns in the administered

ritories.

ter-

The settlers' efforts to estab-
lish a Jewish presence in some
of those towns stems from
claims that certain specific
buildings once belonged to Jews.
But mainly, the settlers' motives
are ideological. By occupying
parts of Arab towns they say
they are demonstrating the
right of Jews to live anywhere
in "Eretz Israel."
Rabin insisted in the inter-
view that the only effective re-
sponse to terrorism is to
strengthen the country's overall
defense capability. He said the
authorities would continue to
employ the recently re-
introduced methods of adminis-
trative detention and expulsion,
hold-overs ' from the British
Mandate regime. He said the in-
telligence services, now that
they are no longer concentrating
on Lebanon, would increase
their operation in the West
Bank. This, he said, would pre-
vent terrorist acts before they

occur.

Rabin also stressed that ter-
based in Jordan would
not "enjoy immunity" from Is-
raeli action. The Palestine Lib-
eration Organization recently
moved some of its leadership
Cadres to Amman, Jordan. Is-
raeli security sources ,believe
this is responsible for the recent
upsurge of terrorist acts in the
West Bank.
Finally, Rabin pledged that
the Israel Navy would range far
from home waters to thwart ter-
rorist attempts to infiltrate Is-
rael by sea.
Discussing political matters,
Rabin said the unity govern-
ment has achieved two of its
primary goals — withdrawal
from Lebanon and progress
toward economic recovery. He
warned however that unless
progress is made toward peace
in the region, especially thawing
the "cold peace" with Egypt, "I
would re-think the benefits of
sitting in this government."

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Richard Gutov

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Artist Perli Pelzig dedicated his "Shalom" sculpture last month at
Blue Star Camps in Hendersonville, N.C. as part of ceremonies
marking the 40th anniversary of the dropping of atomic bombs on
Japan.

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