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June 30, 1989 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
said last week that he had not
feared for his safety, but for
the future of the country,
when he was cursed, taunted
and physically threatened at
the funeral Tuesday of a West
Bank settler murdered by
Arabs.
While he attributed the
hostile demonstration to a
"handful of extremists" who
were not supported by the
majority of West Bank
residents, Shamir admitted
he was concerned for national
unity.
Everything possible must
be done to prevent a war
among the Jews, he told an
Israel Radio interviewer.
"Our only hope is to
preserve national unity at all
costs," Shamir said. He urged
citizens to maintain order
and to prevent irresponsible
acts by individuals.
The fracas occurred at the
funeral of Frederick
Rosenfeld, a recent emigrant
from Washington, D.C., States
who settled in the West Bank
town of Ariel.

Shamir's attempt to deliver
a eulogy for Rosenfeld was
drowned out by catcalls and
cries of "traitor."
Soldiers and police had to
form a security wedge around
the prime minister as he left
the scene. His car was sur-
rounded by settlers, who pum-
meled it with their fists.
such
Shamir
said
demonstrations only en-
courage Palestinian activists
to believe that the Jews are
disunited.
He said the shooting of two
Arabs near Petach Tikva
shortly after the funeral was
another act bound to
strengthen Arab extremists.
A Jewish settler from the
West Bank was arrested for
the shooting.
Shamir said the govern-
ment is doing everything
necessary to maintain order.
He said defense officials are
considering plans to integrate
Jewish settlers into local
security arrangements. Lef-
tist elements are opposed,
saying it would be like allow-
ing thieves to guard thieves.

Harsher Treatment Plan
Opposed By Minister

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin has
run into resistance from the
Justice Ministry in his quest
to impose harsher measures
against the Palestinian
uprising.
Justice Minister Dan
Meridor appears to have
changed his mind since last
week, when he said that some
of the methods advocated by
Rabin, though at odds with
democratic principles, were
necessary.
Meridor, a Likud minister,
now is said to agree with his
senior advisers in the
ministry that the proposals
should be rejected.
Meridor is now on record as
saying he fears Rabin's
methods would not stand the
test of appeal to the High
Court of Justice and would
antagonize world opinion.
According to Professor
Yoram Dinstein, a Tel Aviv
University expert on interna-
tional law, the measures
Rabin wants to implement
are contrary to the Geneva
conventions on the treatment
of civilians in occupied
territories.
They include the authority
to expel alleged
troublemakers within 72

hours of arrest, the authority
to demolish or seal off Palesti-
nian houses without appeal,
and an extension of ad-
ministrative detention from
six to 12 months.
Administrative detention
allows the military to hold ac-
tivists in custody without
charges, trial or appeal.

Increase Seen
In Extremism

Jerusalem (JTA) — Ex-
tremism seems to be rising on
both sides of the Palestinian
uprising.
It is manifested by increas-
ed vigilantism among Jewish
settlers in the administered
territories and a literal reign
of terror by the leaders of the
uprising.
Rabbi Yehuda Amital, a
moderate Orthodox leader-
and eminent scholar, is the
latest Israeli public figure to
voice concern over the
behavior of hard-line settlers.
Amital, who heads a
yeshiva in the Etzion Bloc,
south of Jerusalem, warned
this week that the formation
of a new Jewish underground
prone to violence against
Arabs is imminent.

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