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June 10, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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Supreme Court Upholds
Deportation Of Awad

Jerusalem (JTA) — Against
the backdrop of continuing
unrest, including the death of
a yeshivah student, Israel's
Supreme Court last Sunday
upheld the deportation order
against Mubarak Awad, a
Palestinian activist and
American citizen.
The court stayed execution
of the order for one week,
however, to allow Awad to
testify in his libel suit against
Ma'ariv. The newspaper al-
leged he was a drug trafficker
in the United States and that
he channeled his income to
the Palestine Liberation
Organization. The U.S. State
Department issued a state-
ment urging Israel not to
deport Awad.
Militant Jewish settlers
and other right-wing Israelis
demanded Awad's immediate
expulsion lest Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, the acting
interior minister, come under
American pressure, during
his visit to the United States,
to rescind the deportation
order. Israelis who support
Awad's right to remain in the
country rallied for him out-
side the Supreme Court
building.
Awad, who was born in east
Jerusalem, is an advocate of
non-violent Palestinian
resistance to Israeli control of
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip. His method has been to
encourage civil disobedience.
But ultranationalists claim
he also fomented violence in
the administered territories.
Although Shamir claimed
Awad was subverting state
security and public order, the
official grounds for his depor-
tation were that he is in the
country illegally. Awad's
residence visa expired last
November.
The high court rejected
Awad's argument that as a
native of east Jerusalem, he
does not come under the Is-
raeli residency law. According
to that law, an Israeli resident
loses his status if he either re-
mains outside of the country
for seven years or becomes a
citizen of another country.

Awad left Jerusalem after
the 1967 Six-Day War and
lived in the United States,
where he acquired citizen-
ship. He returned to Jerusa-
lem about three years ago and
founded an institute for the
study of non-violence.
In other developments, two
Palestinians were killed, one
apparently by militant Jew-
ish settlers, as Palestinians in
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip staged a general strike

Mubarak Award:
Suing Ma'ariv

to protest the arrival of U.S.
Secretary of State George
Shultz.
Meanwhile, thousands of
pro-Palestinian Israeli
demonstrators clashed with
police and hostile bystanders
during a march along Dizen-
goff Street in Tel Aviv pro-
testing the continued occupa-
tion of the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
Eight people were arrested,
including a woman who
wrapped herself in a Pales-
tinian flag. Two foreign press
photographers were injured
in scuffles with police. The
event was organized by an ad
hoc coalition of a score of far
left-wing organizations.
Peace Now, the largest and
best-known group opposed to
government policies in the
territories, did not partici-
pate. Apparently Peace Now,
which has many supporters
in the United States, did not
want to associate itself with
the blatantly pro-Palestinian
extreme left.

French, Saudis
Sign Arms Deal

Paris (JTA) — France and
Saudi Arabia signed a $550
million arms sale contract in
Jidda that will provide the
Saudis with sophisticated
weapons systems they have
been unable to purchase in
the United States.
The deal, announced in
Paris last Sunday by the gov-
ernment-controlled company
responsible for arms ex-
ports, is the first of several
being negotiated by the two
countries.
Future contracts will run
into several billion dollars
worth of combat aircraft, air-
to-air and air-to-ground
missiles and Exocet missiles.

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