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February 03, 1989 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
said last week that he could
not take seriously a British
television report that the
United States and Soviet
Union had agreed on the for-
mat of a Middle East peace
settlement.
American and Soviet of-
ficials also dismissed the
report.
In Washington, U.S. State
Department spokesman
Charles Redman said it was
"strictly from fantasy land."
Similarly, the Soviet am-
bassador to the United States,
Yuri Dubinin, replied, "I
don't believe it," when
reporters asked him about
the report.
Britain's independent tele-
vision channel said that the
superpowers had agreed to
summon an international
conference for Middle East
peace by the spring of 1990.
The conference would lead to
a Palestinian state in con-
federation with Jordan.
Shamir, on a tour of the
southern Lebanon security
zone, said the report was
ridiculous and, in any event,
that no plan could be im-
plemented without Israeli
involvement.
He also repeated his belief
that there has been no
change in the Palestine
Liberation Organization and
therefore no change in
Israel's attitude toward the
PLO.
He said the Palestinian
uprising in the West bank
and Gaza Strip had to end
and he did not care how. "I
prefer that the residents take
care of it themselves," he said.

Neo-Nazi Party
Gains Seats

Bonn (JTA) — By virtue of
its having won seats in the
West Berlin legislature on
Sunday, the neo-Nazi
Republican Party will now
also be represented in the
bundestag, West Germany's
parliament.
The news added to the wide-
ly felt shock over the surpris-
ingly strong showing of the
far right-wing party, headed
by a former SS officer,
66-year-old Franz
Schoenhuber..
The Republicans won 7.5
percent of the popular vote in
the West Berlin elections, giv-
ing them 11 seats in the
128-seat city parliament.
West Berlin is represented
in the Bundestag by
delegates chosen from its

legislature, apportioned ac-
cording to party strength.
That will give the Republi-
cans two seats in the national
parliament, although its con-
stituency in the Federal
Republic is miniscule.
The party claims 8,500
members, 5,000 coming from
Bavaria, where it is based. Its
best previous showing in an
election was 3.5 percent of the
popular vote in the Bavarian
state elections.
It more than doubled that
in West Berlin after a
xenophobic campaign that
harped on the large number
of Turks living in the divided
city.
The unexpected showing by
the Republicans could pose a
dilemma for the three
Western occupying powers —
Britain, France and - the
United States — which still
formally administer West
Berlin.
In the past, they have bann-
ed extreme right-wing. par-
ties, such as the National
Democratic Party, which en-
joyed a brief ascendancy in
the late 1960s.
Apparently, the allied
powers had considered the
Republicans to be of no conse-
quence in city politics.
The Republicans' surprise
election to the legislature
triggered a fierce reaction.
Some 10,000 protesters mar-
ched through the streets of
West Berlin on Monday night
carrying banners reading
"Nazis Out" and "No More
Fascism!'
Many Jews were among the
marchers who included
moderates, leftists, trade
unionists and students. There
were alsomany elderly mar-
chers, people who lived
through the Nazi era, and
Turkish "guest workers"
whose expulsion in
Republicans urged.
Heinz Galinski, chairman
of West Germany's Jewish
community, said Tuesday he
was "disappointed and shock-
ed" by the West Berlin
election.

Aid To Greece
Cut By Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel has
stopped all agricultural
assistance to Greece, on the
orders of Agriculture
Minister Avraham Katz-Oz,
Ha'aretz reported recently.
According to the minister's
associates, he made the deci-
sion because the Greek
government's "negative"
policy toward Israel is incom-
patible with the extensive
agricultural aid it receives.
Ha'aretz said the ban was
not coordinated with the
Foreign Ministry.

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