Peres Meets With
Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Shimon Peres met last
Sunday in Jerusalem with 25
moderate Palestinians from the
West Bank. He urged them to
agree to the appointment of
Arab mayors in all major cities,
with expanded powers. Israeli
sources said the group did not
include front-ranking figures,
and that it comprised mainly
The meeting was seen as
because it comes in the wake of
Peres' summit with King
Hassan of Morocco last month,
when the Israeli Prime Minister
promised the King to meet for-
thwith with "authentic represen-
tatives of the Palestinian peo-
ple" with a view to discussing
with them the prospects of a
It was not clear whether the
meeting with the 25 pro-
Jordanians would be the first of
a number of such encounters.
Israeli sources cited Peres as
telling the group that Israel was
ready to sit with any West Bank
or Gaza representative and hear
any view. Israel, he reportedly
said, was not opposed to views,
but only to acts of terror and
Peres was quoted as saying
that Israel sought a solution
that could accommodate Pales-
tinian aspirations, a phrase
which he used in his talks with
King Hassan and which does
not appear in the Camp David
San Francisco (JTA) — Yid-
dish will not be offered in the
1986-87 year at the University
of California at Berkeley for fi-
nancial reasons, according to
Prof. Donald Friedman, dean of
The year-long eight-year-old
Yiddish course normally attracts
ten to 15 students in the fall but
only four or five students com-
plete the course. Friedman said
there were four students in the
Yiddish course at the end of the
1985-86 school year and that it
was "a question whether we can
support courses with this level
of enrollment." He noted that
there are Yiddish language
courses at the nearby B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation.
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