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May 05, 1989 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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G R E3 E I S

painting, ceramics and
sculpture. Hoping to complete
his restoration within the
year, Orensanz says he has
"an idea for a building that
combines conservation,
preservation and art. I like
the history, and I don't want
to change it."

Editor Says
PLO Will Reject
Shamir Offer

In an editorial in U.S. News
World Report, editor-in-chief
Mortimer Zuckerman
predicted that Yitzhak
Shamir's offer of free elec-
tions in the West Bank and
Gaza will be turned down by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization. The group,
stated Zuckerman, has "a
higher priority than a better
life for Palestinians. That is
the destruction of Israel!'
The Shamir proposal, said
Zuckerman, "would at once
give Palestinians a greater
say in running their own
lives, would see Israeli
soldiers withdraw into a few
relatively unpopulated
pockets and would open the
way to a permanent deal in
maybe three to five years on
borders, land and sovereign-
ty." But PLO insistence on
their own state in the West
Bank — and, eventually, ac-
cording to Zuckerman, in all
of Israel itself — may doom
the plan.
"Palestinians," advised
Zuckerman, must understand
that "a PLO state in the West
Bank is an impossible dream
— a dream that would become
a nightmare not only to
Israel, but to Jordan!'
Both Israel and Jordan,
wrote Zuckerman, would be
endangered by a PLO state
taken over by "a Palestinian
Khomeini," a distinct
possibility, according to the
U.S. News chief, since 80 per-
cent of Palestinians in Gaza
and 45 percent in the West
Bank are "reborn Moslems!'
Zuckerman chided the news
media in the West for
"suspending its disbelief"
about the reputedly new
Yassir Arafat and his reform-
ed PLO. The Palestinian
leader, wrote Zuckerman,
recently said he "is not seek-
ing the peace of compromise,
but the peace of Saladin — an
unmistakable code in the
Arab world since Saladin is
the Moslem warrior who over-
came the Crusaders, conclud-
ed an armistice and then at-
tacked them again until they
were driven out." ❑

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