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June 02, 1989 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-02

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Cabinet OKs Plans
For Self-Rule Talks

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Israeli Cabinet voted 20-6
Sunday to approve a peace in-
itiative whose centerpiece is
negotiations for Palestinian
self-rule in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip.
Participating in those
negotiations would be Palesti-
nian representatives elected
in a special referendum in the
administered territories.
The plan is based on ideas
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir presented to the Bush
administration when he
visited Washington last
month.
The plan was drafted by
Shamir and. Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin of the Labor
Party, in close coordination
with Vice Premier Shimon
Peres, the Labor Party chair-
man, and Foreign Minister
Moshe Arens of Likud.
The idea of elections, in
fact, originated with Peres a
year ago, when he was foreign
minister.
Although the plan was
overwhelmingly approved by
the Likud-Labor Cabinet,
some of Likud's most power-
ful, hard-line ministers op-



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pose it.
Ariel Sharon, the minister
of industry and trade, con-
demned the scheme as a clear
danger to Israel's existence
and pledged to do everything
in his power "to foil this
dangerous initiative."
Secretary of State James
Baker's recent talks in
Moscow.
Cabinet opposition to the
plan came from the left end of
the political spectrum, as well
as the hard right.
Two dovish Laborites,
Minister of Science and
Development Ezer Weizman
and Raphael Edri, a minister
without portfolio, expressed
criticism.
Weizman called the plan
"dishonest." He observed that
the United States, by holding
a dialogue with the Palestine
Liberation Organization, is,
in practice, conducting in-
direct negotiations between
Israel and the PLO.
It was castigated as well by
militant Jewish settlers in
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip, who vowed to fight and
demonstrate against the
government plan.

Housing, Jobs Needed
For Soviet Aliyah

Washington (JTA) — The
only way to increase the
number of Soviet Jews going
to Israel is to be sure that
they have good jobs waiting
for them, a senior State
Department official said last
week.
Richard Schifter, assistant
secretary of state for human
rights and humanitarian af-
fairs, said this was stressed to
him by refuseniks whom he
met in Moscow during
Secretary of State James
Baker's visit last week.
Elmer Winter, a former
AJCommittee president and
chairman of the Committee
for Economic Growth of
Israel, said it was not only
jobs, but adequate housing.
"If we want to raise the
number of those who want to
go Israel, number 1, there has
to be jobs; and number 2,
there has to be housing."
Winter said Americans
Jews can help this situation
by increasing imports from
Israel and investments in
Israel, which would raise the
number of job opportunities.
Schifter noted that between
Jan. 1 and April 30, more
than 14,000 Jews left the

Soviet Union, which is three
times the number in for the
same period last year. About
10 percent of them went to
Israel.
Soviet Jews have been ad-
mitted to the United States as
refugees, even though they
hold visas for Israel, Schifter
pointed out. He said this is an
exception from the rule that
those who have guarantees of
admission to another country
are not allowed in the United
States as refugees.
"It isn't likely that this is
something that will be sus-
tained by Congress in terms
of cost for an indefinite
period," he warned.

Soviet, Israel
dip Combined

New York — The Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions (Reform) will combine a
visit to the Soviet Union this
summer with its travel pro-
gram to Israel for high school
youngsters.
A second program, in-
troduced last year, combines
a visit to Poland prior to
visiting Israel.

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