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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Res. Major
General Rehavam (Gandhi)
Zeevi, launched his new, right
wing, Moledet (Motherland)
last week, firmly nailing the
motto "transfer" to his
masthead as the main plank
in the party's platform.
The inaugural meeting was
attended by several hundred
people, mainly older citizens,
who applauded wildly every
time Zeevi mentioned the
word "transfer."
Zeevi, presently director of
Tel Aviv's Land of Israel
Museum at Ramat Aviv, in-
sists he plans to remove the
Arabs from Israel only by
agreement with them, and
not by force.
He told the gathering that
he dares to say aloud — that
the Arabs should be removed
from Israel — what many
Israelis feel in their hearts.
Supporters say Zeevi has
brought the idea of the
transfer of the Arabs out of

the closet and presented it to
the public view.
Meir Kahane's Kach party
openly promotes the idea of
the forced transfer of Arabs
from Israel to the Arab states.
The right-wing Tehiya party
also supports the idea, but is
less blatant in pressing for it
as an open policy.
According to a Modiin
Ezrachi public opinion poll
published in Maariv Wednes-
day, there has been a marked
political shift to the right
since the start of the Palesti-
nian uprising nine months
ago.
While 53 percent of the
1,278 people questioned said
they had not changed their
political position since the
unrest began, 32 percent said
they had become more hawk-
ish, while 14 percent said
they had shifted to the left
and were more dovish today
than previously.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Labor
Alignment has a slight edge
over the Likud bloc according
to new polls conducted by the
parties. Labor would not,
however, win enough votes to
form a government on its own
if elections were held today.
The Likud poll, conducted
by the Dahaf organization,
gives Labor 42 seats in the
120-seat Knesset versus 40
for Likud. Labor's own poll,
conducted by the Dessima
organization, puts the
breakdown at 43 seats for
Labor and 38 for Likud.
Likud conducted its poll
among 1,175 Israeli Jews
from Aug. 7 to 14. Labor
polled 1,503 Jews and 1,200
Israeli Arabs during the first
half of August. The results of
both surveys were published
last week in the daily Yediot

Achronot.

Labor's polling found that
the party is likely to lose 40
percent of the backing it has
received from Arabs in
previous years, Haaretz
reported last week.
Meanwhile, a poll con-
ducted by the East Jerusalem
weekly, Al Biadir A-Siyasi, of
500 Arabs living in the
Jerusalem area found that
only 6 percent intend to par-
ticipate in the Jerusalem
municipal elections next
February.
The poll also found that

only 15 percent of the
respondents support the re-
election of Mayor Teddy
Kollek.
Some 81 percent of those
questioned said they had
never voted in the municipal
elections. Asked whether
they would vote for Arab can-
didates for the municipal
council, 20.8 percent said yes,
43.8 percent said no and 35.4
percent said they had no
opinion.

IDF Planes
Attack Lebanon

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israeli air
force planes attacked terrorist
targets near the Ein Hilweh
and Mieh Mieh camps south
of Sidon last week, 24 hours
after five Hezbollah gunmen
were killed in a clash just
north of Israel's security zone
in south Lebanon.
Reports from the area said
three attack helicopters
raided targets in the area,
causing damage to buildings
housing Palestinian militia
units. The number of casual-
ties was not immediately
known. It was the ninth air
raid on targets in Lebanon in
1988.
Last Wednesday, six Israel
Defense Force soldiers were
very wounded in the confron-
tation. Five returned im- 4
mediately to their unit.

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