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April 08, 1988 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-08

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Netanyahu Opens
Knesset Campaign

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Benjamin
Netanyahu, Israel's former
ambassador to the United Na-
tions, opened his campaign
for the Knesset as a militant
Likud-Herut hard-liner only
minutes after tendering his
resignation to Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres.
Dropping his role as diplo-
mat, he launched blistering
attacks on the United Na-
tions, where he had served
since 1984; on the American
administration, which he ac-
cused of "active engagement
in direct negotiations with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization"; on Secretary
of State George Shultz's Mid-
dle East peace plan, and on
his erstwhile colleague, Yossi
Beilin, the political director
general of the Foreign
Ministry.

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Netanyahu is considered
close to Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir and is popular
among conservative thinkers,
particularly those in the
Shamir-Moshe Arens camp.
Arens, a former defense
minister and former ambas-
sador to the United States, is,
like Shamir, a Herut hard-
liner.
Netanyahu is likely to get a
spot among the first 10 names
on the Likud election lists,
which virtually assures him
of a seat in the next Knesset.
Netanyahu, who said when
he announced his resignation
that he hoped for a place on
the Likud list in the Knesset
elections scheduled for next
November, charged that
Shultz had been "influenced
by all sorts of Arabist officials
in the State Department."

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Israeli Accused Of Being
KGB Spy In W. Germany

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Bonn (JTA) — Shimon Or,
an Israeli accused of spying
for the KGB, has been impris-
oned in Dusseldorf prison.
The 49-year old Hebrew
teacher maintains that he is
innocent.
Or was one of six West Ger-
man residents taken into
custody in Dusseldorf for
allegedly passing classified
information to the KGB, the
Soviet secret service, about a
Eurojet fighterplane project.
Or, who was born in the
Soviet Union and immigrated
to Israel in the early 1970s,
has been living in Aachen
since 1981 with his wife,
Rivka, also an Israeli and

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their daughters age 8 and 10.
Three other Soviet emigres
were among the six arrested
in what prosecutor Redman
described as "a major pene-
tration of the KGB spy net-
work."

Or's lawyer, Reiner Hoff-
man, said that his client's ef-
forts to obtain exit visas for
his sick, elderly parents in
the Soviet Union brought him
into contact with a Russian
whom the prosecution de-
scribes as a secret agent. Hoff-
man said Or flatly rejected at-
tempts by this man to per-
suade the Israeli to deliver
information.

Patriarch Likens
Palestinians To Jesus

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Rome (JTA) — Msgr. Michel
Sabbah, the first Palestinian
appointed by the pope to the
office of Catholic patriarch of
Jerusalem, has likened the
suffering of the Palestinian
people under Israeli occupa-
tion to the suffering of Jesus
on the cross.
He made the comparison in
an interview with the news-
paper La Repubblica, pub-
lished here last week. The in-
terview was conducted in
Jerusalem three months after
Pope John Paul II named Sab-
bah , the highest-ranking
Catholic prelate in the Holy

Land.
Sabbah, who admitted he
has had no contact. with the
Israeli authorities since
assuming his new office, drew
an analogy between Jesus'
ordeal and that of the Pales-
tinian people.
He said Jesus bore the cross
and "every Palestinian car-
ries the cross and has done so
for many years. They carry it
through wounds, through jail,
through people closed into
camps, through families
without wages or food — an
individual, social and collec-
tive cross."

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