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Washington (JTA) — The
State Department, while
praising Israelis and Pales-
tinians here for engaging in
peace talks, berated those
back in Israel for trying to
derail that dialogue through
violence and other
"provocative acts."
The department's deputy
spokesman, Richard
Boucher, expressed "serious
concern" with violence in
the West Bank by Israelis
retaliating against earlier
acts by Palestinians.
"We think that Israel's
government has a role to
play in bringing this under
control," said Mr. Boucher,
citing press reports quoting
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and Housing Min-
ister Ariel Sharon as saying
the violence should "stop."
"We certainly agree with
that," he said.
"We are also deeply con-
cerned about the violent in-
cidents in the occupied ter-
ritories by individuals or
groups who appear to be
bent on destroying the pro-
spects for peace," Mr.
Boucher said.
"We think that both Pales-
tinians should refrain from
acts of violence against
Israelis and the Israeli set-
tlers should refrain from
acts of violence against Pa-
lestinians and from taking
the law into their own
hands," he added.
Mr. Boucher also cited the
occupation last week by
Israeli settlers of Arab
homes in the east Jerusalem
enclave of Silwan.
Last week, the Jerusalem
Magistrates Court issued a
temporary injunction order-
ing Jewish settlers to vacate
one of five Arab homes they
took over there earlier in the
week.
"The issue of legal title is
still under consideration in
the Israeli courts," said Mr.
Boucher. "The real issue to
us is not legal title or legal
issues surrounding owner-
ship of houses.
"The real issue is the exer-
cise of control by the
government over individuals
who are obviously bent on
destroying the prospects for
peace," Mr. Boucher said.
He called on Israel "to
demonstrate its own com-
mitment to peace by preven-
ting unilateral acts and
restoring harmony to the
city of Jerusalem."
Mr. Boucher had no re-
sponse when asked to cite a
historical time when
Jerusalemites have lived in
harmony.

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