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September 30, 1988 - Image 22

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Israel's Current Mission:
Eliminate The Squalor

SHLOMO RISKIN

Special to The Jewish News

0

n the way to Efrat,
there is an eyesore
on the side of the road
midway between Bethlehem
and Efrat, known as the
United Nations-administered
Arab refugee camp "De-
heishe." The people of this
shantytown express their
outrage at their living condi-
tions in various ways, in-
cluding stonethrowing at
vehicles that traverse the
Jerusalem-Beersheva high-
way that runs past the camp.
Most of the Palestinian
Arabs involved in recent riots
in Israel are counted among
the residents of refugee
camps which were estab-
lished by the Arab states and
the United Nations almost 40
years ago. While Israel never
relegated any Arab to such
squalor, Israel now faces a
clear issue: the wholesale
denial of dignity to a substan-
tial portion of the Palestinian
Arab population, a factor
which now represents a real
and present danger to Israel.
Regardless of how any last-
ing political settlement is
eventually reached, Israel
must address immediately
the anger of Palestinian
Arabs who have been forcibly
confined to U.N.-administered
shantytowns, known euphe-
mistically as "refugee camps"
for more than a generation.
Israel cannot allow the
Arab refugee situation to con-
tinue any longer. Israel must
now take the initiative to af-
ford a better life for the
Palestinian Arab refugee.
Only when Israel eradicates
the squalor of the camps and
fosters a decent life for their
residents can a prime catalyst
of Palestinian Arab unrest be
removed.
Unfortunately, U.N. policy
formally forbids Israel from
improving the health, educa-
tion, housing, or even sanita-
tion facilities of the refugee
camps. Any attempt that Is-
rael has made to ameliorate
these camp conditions has
been roundly condemned by
the United Nations.
U.N. resolutions put an end
to Israel's "Better Housing"
program, which at one time
encouraged camp residents in
Gaza to design and build
their own homes instead of
continuing to live in the
shacks provided by the
United Nations. Thousands of
Gazans took advantage of this
program before the United
Nations stopped it.

From the standpoint of
radical Arab states such as
Syria, the destitution of
Palestinian Arab refugees
could continue ad infinitum.
I therefore suggest an inter-
national humanitarian effort
to eliminate the camps, to
replace them with decent liv-
ing conditions. The time has
come for a campaign to gal-
vanize world opinion, and, if
necessary, to defy those who
would doom the Palestinian
refugees to live out their lives
in misery.
Undoubtedly, the United
Nations will pass resolutions
condemning such an in-
itiative. Leaving the camps as
they are, however, would be a
moral outrage. They also
represent a security threat to
the State of Israel.
We must address a matter
of human dignity.

Yom Kippur
Sailors May Be
Punished

(JTA) — Two Israeli
yachtsman who sailed in
Olympic trials in Seoul,
South Korea, last Wednesday
may face disciplinary actions
when they return to Israel,
the Voice of Israel radio
reported last week.
The contestants, brothers
Dan and Ran Torten, sailed
their 470-class boat, although
other members of the Israeli
Olympic squad refused to par-
ticipate in events scheduled
on Yom Kippur, even though
it meant elimination.
The sailors admitted they
sailed their boat off the coast
at Pusan Wednesday, but in-
sisted it was a practice run
and they were not competing
in the race.
Initial results of the race
placed them ninth, but later
they were dropped from the
contest for not having fin-
ished.
Yitzhak Ofek, president of
Israel's Olympic Committee,
said the fact they had not
finished indicated that from
their point of view, they were
not in the race.
Four other Israeli com-
petitors, including another
yachting team, forfeited their
events because of Yom Kip-
pur. Flyweight boxer Yehuda
Ben-Haim lost his bout with
a Moroccan opponent by de-
fault because he failed to
show up.
Gymnast Revital Sharon
missed a scheduled morning
appearance, but was allowed
to compete in the evening.

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