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May 05, 1989 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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NEWS

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Israel Presses
Italy For OK

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel is
pressing the visiting leaders
of Italy to give their backing
to Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir's proposal for Palesti-
nian elections in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
At a working session Mon-
day with Italian Prime
Minister Ciriaco de Mita and
Foreign Minister Giulio An-
dreotti, Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Arens urged
Italy to encourage other
European Community gov-
ernments to back the Shamir
plan.
The United States is also
apparently trying to drum up
European support for the
Shamir plan. Israeli
newspapers reported this
week that U.S. Secretary of
State James Baker had sent
a letter to his European Com-
munity counterparts asking
them to support the Shamir
proposal.
Israeli and Italian sources
said de Mita and his delega-
tion had not explicitly
dismissed the election pro-
posal. But they have not con-
cealed their doubts, wonder-
ing aloud whether elections
are an adequate response to
the current unrest and oppor-
tunity for progress toward
peace.
In remarks at an official
dinner Sunday night, de Mita
warned that "a possible and
undesirable fading away of
these openings would imply
tragic consequences for all!'

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Soviets Invite
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The chief
rabbis of Tel Aviv, Haifa and
Rehovot are to be part of an
international delegation of
rabbis invited to visit the
Soviet Union next week.
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minister for religious affairs,
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Chief Rabbi Moshe Rosen.
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Sitruk; Rabbi Arthur
Schneier, senior rabbi of New
York's Park East Synagogue
and president of the Appeal of
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Chief Rabbis Yisrael Lau of
Tel Aviv, Shear Yashuv Cohen
of Haifa and Simcha Kook of
Rehovot.
The rabbis will visit
Moscow, Leningrad and Kiev
from May 1 to 9. They will
conduct services at Moscow's
Choral Synagogue on Satur-
day morning, May 6, and plan
to meet with high-level
government officials.

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