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June 05, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-05

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Friday, June 5, 1987




nvo Pollard Reports
Submitted To Cabinet

Jerusalem (JTA) — The In-
ner Cabinet, meeting last
week, adopted the report of a
special panel which held the
government ministers collec-
tively responsible for the
blunders arising from
Jonathan Pollard's espionage
for Israel in the United
The report, most of which is
classified, was submitted to
Prime Minister Yitzhak
It represents the conclu-
sions drawn by Tel Aviv
lawyer Yehoshua Roten-
streich and former Chief of
Staff Gen. Yvi Tsur, who were
appointed by the Cabinet last
March to investigate the
government's involvement in
the damaging Pollard affair.
Another report, covering the
same ground, was presented
to the Knesset's Foreign Af-
fairs and Security Committee
by its intelligence subcom-
mittee, chaired by Abba
The full Cabinet will soon
convene in special session to
review both reports. The
political echelons clearly
preferred the Rotenstreich-
lbur report which blamed the
entire ministerial establish-
ment, over the Eban report,
which criticized individual
ministers by name.
Eban, who also chairs the
subcommittee's parent body,
bore down hard on fellow
Laborites Shimon Peres and
Yitzhak Rabin, the Foreign
Minister and Defense
Minister, respectively, as well
as Shamir. At a press con-
ference he outlined details of
his subcommittee's findings.

He praised Shamir, Peres
and Rabin for saving U.S. -
Israeli relations from collapse
by their decision to cooperate
fully with the American in-
vestigation of Pollard.
He said Peres deserved
most of the credit because he
was Prime Minister at the
time, but by the same token,
he deserved most of the
blame for the government's
mishandling of the Pollard
None of the ministers in-
volved knew that Rafi Eitan,
head of the Leken scientific
unit of the Defense Ministry
at the time, recruited Pollard,
a civilian intelligence analyst
employed by the U.S. Navy, to
spy-for Israel, Eban said. But
they chose not to ask ques-
tions precisely because they
had confidence in Eitan.
However, Eban maintained,
"Asking a lot of irritating
questions is the very essence
of the ministerial function."
Although the Knesset sub-
committee found Peres, Rabin
and Shamir guilty of laxity,
the burden of responsibility
must be born by Peres who, as
Prime Minister was first
among equals," Eban said.
The Rotenstreich-Tsur
report focused on Eitan and
on Air Force Col. Aviem Sella,
who was Pollard's "handler,"
for failing to report their ac-
tivities to their superiors and
exceeding their authority. It
found that Eitan's subse-
quent appointment as direc-
tor general of Israel
Chemicals, the largest
government-owned corpora-
tion, showed "inadequate sen-

Probe Ordered Into
Shin Bet Charges

The Cabinet's decision
Jerusalem (JTA) — The
came as a surprise since most
Cabinet voted unexpectedly
ministers, including Prime
last Sunday to order a
Minister Yitzhak Shamir and
judicial inquiry into allega-
Foreign Minister Shimon
tions that agents of the
Peres had opposed a judicial
General Security Services
(GSS) lied to a military
Apparently the ministers
tribunal which convicted
preferred a judicial inquiry to
former Israel Defense Force
the police investigation
officer Izat Nafsu of es-
Attorney General Yosef
pionage and treason in 1981
Harish had ordered of GSS
and sentenced him to 18
personnel. That investigation
years imprisonment.
is likely to be delayed until a
Nafsu's conviction was
judicial commission reports
overturned by the Supreme
Court and the 32-year-old Cir- - its findings.
Shamir, on May 22, named
cassian soldier was released.
former State Comptroller
The high court, in its ruling,
Yitzhak Timik and former
affirmed his charge that the
Mossad chief Zvi Zamir to
GSS, also known as Shin Bet,
comprise a commission of in-
fabricated evidence and ex-
quiry to study the opera-
tracted a confession by illegal
tional methods of the GSS.

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