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January 15, 1988 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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Shamir and his hard-line
Likud Party, which forms half
of the Israeli government.
That prospect for a political
settlement has now all but
vanished. Israel has been left
holding a bitter, frustrated
baby which has suddenly be-
come conscious of its disabil-
ities and of the collective
power it possesses to fight
back.
Moreover, none of Israel's
potential negotiating part-
ners — Jordan, Egypt, Syria,
the Palestine Liberation
Organization — appear anx-
ious to relieve it of the
burden, except on their own
uncompromising, conflicting
(and, to most Israelis, unac-
ceptable) terms.
Thus, the violent unrest
which has rocked the West
Bank and Gaza for the past
month, may mark a funda-
mental watershed in the
history of the Jewish state.
Most significantly, it is like-
ly to produce a change in at-
titudes — not because Israel's
security is being threatened
by a mob of stone-throwing
youths, but because the 1.3
million Palestinians will not
go away and because the con-
vulsions will inevitably be
repeated — and intensified.
In the absence of any move-
ment towards a diplomatic
solution — and such a pros-
pect has actually receded in
the past month — the Israeli
political center is likely to
move to the right and the
future will belong to the
extremists.
Even in the Labor Party,
which is committed to ter-
ritorial concessions in ex-
change for peace, there has
been a discernible lurch to
the right.
Last week, voices were
heard calling for the annexa-
tion of those areas which are
considered vital to Israel's
security, while there was
unambiguous support for the
tough line adopted by Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
The Likud Party, which is
dogmatically opposed to any
territorial compromise, in-
sists on maintaining ultimate
control over all of Greater
Israel and has been left un-
moved by the recent develop-
ments.
Asked last week whether
he saw any possibility of ter-
ritorial concessions, a senior
member of the Likud Party,
Dr Eliahu Ben-Elissar,
replied: "lb be very frank,
very candid, very open, very
precise — no."
The "maximum compro-
mises and concessions" his
party was prepared to make,
he said, was to allow a large
measure of autonomy for the
Palestinians of the West Bank

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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