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April 08, 1988 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-08

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disobedience, is convinced
that the more the Israelis
"punish" the Palestinians,
the greater will be their
resistance.
Awad himself, who has con-
ducted a long campaign to be
allowed to stay in Israel, may
not be around to see his
theories tested. His tourist
visa expired in November, his
Jerusalem residence status
has been revoked, and last
week the High Court of
Justice ordered the Interior
Minister to show cause
within 60 days why Awad
should not be deported.
Awad certainly has the
satisfaction of seeing his
ideas - peddled fruitlessly for
many months—finally taking
root among the organizers of
the intifada. Ultimately he
envisages total non-coopera-
tion with Israel, the growth of
alternative Palestinian in-
stitutions, the strengthening
of Palestinian self-respect and
self-reliance.
"We have to be willing to
starve for our freedom," he
says. "It is good to suffer
under occupation!' Of course,
it is not the Mubarak Awads
or the aging PLO bosses in
Tunis, Baghdad and Damas-
cus who are suffering for
freedom. They content them-
selves with uttering the
slogans of revolution from
relative safety and relative
comfort.
Now, as in the past 40 years,
it is the ordinary Palestinians
in the towns, villages and
refugee camps of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip who are
being ground between the
Israeli hammer and the
Palestinian anvil.
"There is a family of tile-
layers in a little village near
Hebron," says a Jewish build-
ing contractor from the West
Bank town of Efrat. "They
are the best tradesmen
around, but they can't come to
work because their village is
under curfew—and even when
the curfew is lifted, they will
be too afraid of the Shabiba.
"But if I'm suffering, im-
agine how it is for them. They
all have large families to sup-
port. Who is going to feed
them? And how long can they
go on before they use up all
their savings? This craziness
has to end sometime."
But the craziness shows no
sign of going away. In the war
of nerves now being waged in
the occupied territories, each
side is determined not to be
the first to concede.
Israel's Chief of Staff Dan
Shomron spoke confidently
this week about about the
short-term effectiveness of
Israel's policy of economic
sanctions and military force.
But he was less sanguine

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