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Churches' Criticism
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Jerusalem (JTA) —
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek struck back last week
at a number of prominent
local Christian church
leaders who had publicly
criticized Israel the day before
over its handling of the
Palestinian uprising in the
administered territories.
"It seems that Islamic ter-
rorism and threats by leaders
of the intifada have forced the
heads of the Christian chur-
ches to give in to their dic-
tates," said the mayor. "I
suspect that this is the
background to their criticism
of the Israeli government."
"I regret their pronounce-
ment, even if they were under
pressure," he said.
Kollek was reacting to a
statement published last
week by the heads of the
Greek Orthodox, Roman
Catholic, Armenian, Syrian
Orthodox and Anglican chur-
ches in Jerusalem, protesting
Israel's "excessive use of
force" and "unprovoked
harassment" against
Palestinians.
The first three denomina-
tions are the largest among
the Christian churches in the
Holy Land. All told, an
estimated 50,000 Christians,
most of them Palestinians,

live in East Jerusalem and
the West Bank.
The church leaders' state-
ment called on the interna-
tional community to work for
"a just and speedy solution of
the Palestinian problem."
"In Jerusalem, on the West
Bank and in Gaza, our people
experience in their daily lives
constant deprivation of their
fundamental rights because
of arbitrary actions
deliberately all believers to
all holy places — a veiled
reference to the current
restriction placed by the
authorities on West Bank
residents who wish to worship
at the mosques on the Temple
Mount. The ban was imposed
after mass rioting there
earlier this month, when
rock-throwing spread to the
Western Wall area.

Kollek noted sourly in his
response the church leaders'
"silence and lack of condem-
nation when terrorists kill
Jews, when stones are thrown
at worshipers at the Western
Wall and when Jewish
cemeteries in Jerusalem are
desecrated."
There have been frequent
instances of desecration at
the Jewish cemetery on the
Mount of Olives.

Court Releases Settler
Suspected In Shooting

Jerusalem (JTA) — West
Bank setters scored a victory
Monday when the Jerusalem
District Court released on
bail a Hebron settler
suspected of having killed a
14-year-old Palestinian in
response to a rock-throwing
attack last week.
Judge Dalia Koval decided
to release Haim Ben-Lulu, 50,
on bail, since "there was no
concern that he would run
away, there was no fear that
he would try to obstruct legal
procedures and he was
unlikely to endanger the
public's safety."
Ben-Lulu left the courtroom
to the cheers of his fellow set-
tlers, after friends deposited
the 25,000 shekel ($14,000)
bail.
Ben-Lulu, a building con-
tractor who resides in Kiryat
Arba, was arrested Saturday
night on suspicion of having
shot Nader Da'ane to death in
downtown Hebron on Friday
after Palestinians began
throwing rocks at his car.
In court Monday, Ben-Lulu

convinced the judge that he
was acting in self-defense. He
told the court that he was
forced to use his rifle only
after he had been surrounded
by dozens of Arab youths who
threatened his life by throw-
ing rocks at his car.
The court released Ben-
Lulu a day after Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin re-
jected demands by right-wing
Cabinet ministers to give set-
tlers more leeway to use
firearms when attacked with
rocks.

Israel Reports
Drug Addiction

Tel Aviv (JTA) — About
200,000 persons use drugs in
Israel, 20,000 of whom are ad-
dicted to hard drugs.
Since 1982, cocaine use has
increased from small quan-
tities to a current annual
amount of 15 tons, 10 percent
of which the police succeeds
in seizing, Dr. Asher Punch of
Bar Ilan University said.

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