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November 08, 1991 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-08

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Golan Kibbutz

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A group
of Soviet immigrants moved
into an abandoned kibbutz
on the Golan Heights last
week, in what could be con-
strued a provocative gesture
toward Syria on the day
after Israeli and Syrian
delegations met for the first
time in direct negotiations
in Madrid.
In fact, the ceremony,
planned originally to take
place two weeks ago, had
been postponed at the re-
quest of the Cabinet, which
feared Damascus might
interpret the move as pur-
posely insulting.
Kibbutz Kelah has a
checkered history. Estab-
lished by the United Kibbutz
Movement, its residents
abandoned the place two
years ago. It was taken over
by Nahal, a branch of the
Israel Defense Force which
combines agricultural work
with military operations and
training.
Recently the IDF decided
to return the settlement to
civilian control. It found 22
families, all new immigrants
from the Soviet Union, will-
ing to move into the aban-
doned buildings.
Those olim had been in the
country barely a month but
had already become mem-
bers of the right-wing Herut-
Betar movement.
The ceremonial revival of
Kelah, on territory seized
from Syria in 1967 and
annexed by Israel in 1980,
was attended by three right-
wing ministers.
Two of them, Ariel Sharon
of Likud and Yuval Ne'eman
of Tehiya, had voted against
Israel's participation in the
Middle East peace con-
ference, co-hosted by the
United States and Soviet
Union in Madrid.
The third, Rafael Eitan of
Tsomet, voted with the
majority of the Cabinet to
attend the conference. He
said he trusted Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Shamir not to
cede an inch of territory for
peace.
Plans call for converting
Kelah into a village with
300 housing units.

Israel is basically an urban
society. Some 90 per cent of
all Israelis live in 115 cities
and towns, the largest of
which are Jerusalem, Tel
Aviv-Jaffa and Haifa. Sev-
enty per cent of the country's
population live in the coastal
plain, from Nahariya in the
north to Ashkelon in the
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