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October 31, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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NEWS

Cabinet Approves
Shamir's New Cabinet

Jerusalem — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir's
25-member Cabinet won
Knesset approval last week
by a vote of 82 to 17 with
three abstentions. In a
40-minute address preceding
the vote of confidence,
Shamir said his government
would focus mainly on
economic affairs during the
final two years of its tenure
but would also vigorously
pursue the peace pocess.
He stressed the "unity of
the nation," said that U.S-
Israel relations were at an
"unprecedented peak" and
expressed hope that Eastern
European Bloc, "first and
foremost" the Soviet Union,
would change their attitude
toward Israel.
The Cabinet differs only
slightly from the outgoing na-
tional unity cabinet headed
by Shimon Peres. It consists
of 10 Likud Ministers, in-
cluding the Prime Minister,
and nine Labor Ministers.
The remaining six Ministers
represent the minor parties in
the coalition.
The new Cabinet is as
follows:
Prime Minister: Yitzhak
Shamir (Likud Herut).
Vice Prime Minister and
Foreign Minister: Shimon
Peres (Labor).
Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of Housing and Con-
struction: David Levy (Likud
-Herut).
Deputy Prime Minister and
Education Minister: Yizhak
Navon (Labor).
Defense Minister: Yitzhak
Rabin (Labor).

Finance Minister: Moshe
Nissim (Likud-Liberal).
Minister of Trade and In-
dustry: Ariel Sharon (Likud-
Herut).
Minister of Economic Coor-
dination: Gad Yaacobi
(Labor).
Agriculture Minister:
Aryeh Nahamkin (Labor).
Minister of Justice and
Minister of Tourism:
Avraham Sharir (Likud-
Liberal)
Minister of Transport:
Chaim Corfu (Likud-Herut).
Minister of Energy and
Infrastructure: Moshe Shahal
(Labor).
Minister of Communica-
tions: Amnon Rubinstein
(Shinui).
Minister of Interior: Yit-
zhak Peretz (Shash).
Minister of Public Security:
Haim Barley (Labor).
Minister of Health: Sho-
shana Arbeli-Almoslino
(Labor).
Minister of Immigration
and Absorption: Yaacov Tsur
(Labor).
Minister of Labor and
Social Affairs: Moshe Katzav
(Likud-Herut).
Minister of Science and
Technology: Gideon Patt
(Likud Liberal).
Minister of Religious
Affairs: Zevulun Hammer
(National Religious Party)
Ministers-Without-Port-
folio: Moshe Arens (Likud-
Herut); Yigael Hurwitz
(Ometz); Yosef Shapira
(Morasha); Ezer Weizman
(Yahad); Yitzhak Modai
(Likud-Liberal).

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Jerusalem (JTA) —
Jerusalem police said last
Sunday they would press
charges against Rabbi Eliahu
Abergil who led a group of
Orthodox men in an attempt
to disrupt Shabbat prayer
services at a Reform con-
gregation in the Baka suburb
of Jerusalem on the eve of
Simhat Torah. He is also
charged with making threats
against the local Reform
community.
The Jerusalem Police Chief
said that accounts of violence
at the incident were much ex-
aggerated. Minister of
Religious Affairs Zevulun
Hammer, nevertheless,
ordered an inquiry. According
to the police, Abergil is
suspected of having violated
Article 171 of the Criminal
Code. If convicted, he would
face up to three years in
prison. Abergil was released
on bail.
The incident has escalated
the ongoing controversy in
Israel over freedom of wor-

ship for all and religious ex-
tremism.
Abergil denied charges that
he hurled abuse at the Reform
worshippers and that he and
his supporters resorted to
force to wrest Tbrah scrolls
from them.
Eyewitness accounts of the
events at the Kol Haneshama
congregation said "Abergil
and his followers entered the
community center gym-
nasium where services were
being held. At first, they just
watched. Then, two of the
younger intruders asked to
dance with the Torah scrolls
and attempted to grab them.
When they failed, Abergil
began screaming invectives
at the congregation, calling
them evil and corrupt.
"At that point, members of
the congregation joined
hands and began singing,
`May He who makes Peace on
High make Peace for us and
all of Israel.' Slowly they
edged the intruders out of the
building."

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