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April 19, 1991 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-19

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old world order where
might is right; where small,
vulnerable states and
peoples are pawns to be
sacrificed in the games of the
great and the powerful.
Against this background,
Israel is accused of being in-
transigent when it declines
to take immense risks for
peace with a region that
resolutely refuses to accept
the right of a Jewish state to
exist.
It is sometimes conve-
niently forgotten, even by
Jewish leaders, that there
are still groups and nations
— including some 20 Arab
states — which would rejoice
in Israel's destruction and
which nevertheless receive
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1991

sraeli Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, a be-
lated convert to the art
of "positive diplomacy,"
spent much of last week
in London impressing his
new style on European
leaders, who collectively
comprise Israel's largest
single trading partner.
While Mr. Shamir has
not changed a single iota
of his hard-line political
philosophy — the mere
thought of conceding ter-
ritory, he told an inter-
viewer this month, causes
him pain — he has ceased
wearing rejection as a
badge of pride.
No more does Mr.
Shamir doggedly enun-
ciate his "three nos" —
no negotiations with the
PLO, no territorial con-
cessions, no Palestinian
state. These days, he is
accentuating the positive.
Yes, he says, Israel will
take part in a twin-track
regional peace conference
under United States
auspices with its Arab
neighbors and the Pales-
tinians.
Yes, it will negotiate

with "authentic" Pales-
tinian leaders elected
within the territories.
Yes, it will grant a large
measure of self-
government to the Pales-
tinian inhabitants of the
occupied territories.
The change is one of
style and semantics
rather than substance. It
has exchanged the word
autonomy for self-
government and now
speaks of ministries
rather than municipal au-
thorities.
But the new style is al-
ready having an effect.
After years of stonewall-
ing it is Israel which is
now giving the impres-
sion of flexibility and
moderation, while the
Arabs and the Palestin-
ians, who have enjoyed a
free ride for so long at Mr.
Shamir's expense, have
been cast in the role of re-
jectionists.
There is little cause for
celebration in this con-
tinued stand-off, but — for
the moment, at least —
the pressure has been
removed from Jerusalem.

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No doubt, however, it has
absorbed the lessons of the
crisis and will recall the an-
cient admonition that Israel
should not put its faith in
princes. Or, for that matter,
in presidents.

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including weapons of mass
destruction, from the West.
Yet, judging from its en-
thusiastic agreement last
week to participate in a re-
gional peace process under
Washington's auspices, even
the hard-line Likud govern-
ment of Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir has demon-
strated that it is far from
retreating into the mentali-
ty of Fortress Israel as a con-
sequence of the trauma it
has so recently endured.

NEWS

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Settlement Angers U.S

Jerusalem (JTA) — Mov-
ing clandestinely, but heav-
ily protected by the Israel
Defense Force, the Gush
Emunim settlers movement
swiftly erected the beginn-
ings of a new West Bank set-
tlement called Revava.
By this action, the settlers
have accomplished far more
than laying down infrastruc-

ture and setting up a collec-
tion of mobile homes.
Their action could jeopar-
dize relations with the
United States and has al-
ready further polarized the
nation over the delicate
issue of peace with the Pa-
lestinians.
The move is being perceiv-
ed as a deliberate affront.

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