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August 23, 1991 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-23

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Weizman May Head
Left-Wing Alliance

Jerusalem (JTA) — Ezer
Weizman, a former Likud
minister of defense who is
now a Labor Party member
of Knesset, may soon em-
bark on yet another political
career: head of a left-of-
Labor alignment of peace-
oriented parties.
Speculation about this
mounted after Mr. Weizman
gave notice in a television
interview last week that he
sees himself drifting ever
farther from Labor's poli-
cies.
On the left, key figures in
the Citizens Rights Move-
ment, the Center-Shinui
Movement and Mapam have
been assiduously wooing Mr.
Weizman as a potential vote-
getter. He is one of the few
men centrally involved in
the Camp David accords who
are still active in politics.
Mr. Weizman, 67, resigned
as minister of defense in
1980, charging then Premier
Menachem Begin, his fellow
Likudnik, with failing to
implement Israel's commit-
ment under the Camp David
accords to negotiate in good
faith for Palestinian
autonomy.
After that, he headed his
own centrist party, Yahad,
which joined the Labor
Alignment to try to block
Yitzhak Shamir of Likud
from getting the premier-
ship.
Last month, his only son,
Shaul, and daughter-in-law,
Rachel, were killed in an
automobile accident. The
episode received widespread
publicity because of Shaul's
two-decade fight with seri-
ous head injuries sustained
at the Suez Canal during the
War of Attrition.
His son's injury had been
seen as an important ele-
ment in former air force
Commander Weizman's
"conversion" from ultra-
hawk to outspoken dove.
Mr. Weizman, a nephew of
Israel's first president,
Chaim Weizmann, made it
clear to television inter-
viewers last week that the
personal tragedy has not
blunted his determination to
contribute to the cause of
peace, as he sees it.
Specifically, he spoke out
unequivocally in favor of
Israel's withdrawal from the
Golan Heights, within the
context of far-reaching ar-
rangements for demilitariza-
tion and limitation of forces,
if needed to achieve full peace
with Syria.
Labor Party Chairman

Shimon Peres and his tradi-
tional challenger for the par-
ty leadership, Yitzhak
Rabin, have both spoken
against Israel "descending
from" the Golan, and other
Labor members of Knesset
have signed a petition oppos-
ing any territorial conces-
sion in that strategic region.
Mr. Weizman reiterated
his longstanding view that
both Peres and Rabin should
step aside, but he did not in-
dicate his own preferred
candidate for the leadership
of the party. A number of
Laborites have announced
their candidacy in recent
weeks.
Mr. Weizman hinted
broadly that he is consider-
ing quitting Labor. A polit-
ical party, he explained, is
only an instrument for
achieving or promoting one's
beliefs. If he felt another
framework would be more
effective, he would consider
moving to it, he said.
The three left-of-Labor
Zionist parties have been
holding talks among them-
selves for some months with
a view to running in the next
elections on a joint ticket.
Predictably, personality
clashes have arisen, and br-
inging in an outside figure
could conceivably help over-
come them.
Alternatively, Mr. Weiz-
man might be projected not
as the head of a joint list but
as a person acceptable to all
three parties as their
government representative.

Robert Maxwell
Gains Ma'ariv

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Interna-
tional publishing magnate
Robert Maxwell has gained
complete control of Ma'ariv,
Israel's second-largest cir-
culation daily.
Mr. Maxwell, the paper's
chairman and publisher,
originally bought a 50 per-
cent interest in Ma'ariv in
1990. His share equity now
stands at over 70 percent.
Dov Judkowsky, until now
chairman and group editor
at Ma'ariv, has been named
the editor in chief.
Mr. Judkowsky, who owns
just over 5 percent of the
paper's shares, has been de-
scribed as Mr. Maxwell's
representative in Israel.
Mr. Maxwell also has a
large stake in Israel's Rus-
sian-speaking market. In
March, he launched a Rus-
sian-1 a n gua g e weekly,
Vremya, which is affiliated
with Ma'ariv.

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