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January 03, 1992 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-03

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Jewish
vigilante acts against Arabs
escalated in east Jerusalem
and spilled into the West
Bank over the weekend, as
Defense Minister Moshe
Arens sought help from the
Orthodox rabbinate to calm
the tempers of Jewish ultra-
nationalists.
Mr. Arens met with the
Ashkenazic chief rabbi,
Avraham Shapira, at his
Jerusalem residence. The
meeting was officially de-
scribed as an opportunity for
the rabbi to submit settlers'
complaints about the de-
teriorating security situa-
tion.
But the defense estab-
lishment has ample contact
with the settlers on a daily
basis, although relations
between them are steadily
worsening.
Senior army officers were
reported to be enraged over
the vigilantism. One was
quoted as saying that set-
tlers caught committing acts
of violence should be put in
jail "for a long time."
Mr. Arens promised the
chief rabbi that "the Israel
Defense Force would meet
all security needs" in the
administered territories.
The meeting took place after
fresh violence by rampaging
Jews.
About 150 settlers blocked
the entrance to the Dahiyat
el-Barid neighborhood on
Jerusalem's northern
municipal borders.
Settlers drove cars
through the neighborhood,
brandishing flags and
slogans calling for better
security for Jews. The set-
tlers said they chose Dahiyat
el-Barid because members of
the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine dem-
onstrated there recently.
But Amir Cheshin, Arab
affairs adviser to Jerusalem
Mayor Teddy Kollek, said
the neighborhood was
relatively quiet and present-
ed no security problem.
Some of the settlers dem-
onstrated later outside the
home of Justice Minister
Dan Meridor, whom they
blamed for the failure to
deport Palestinian activists
from the territories.
Vigilante acts were
perpetrated at several loca-
tions in the territories by
settlers demanding tougher
punitive measures against
the Arab population.
Twelve Arab residents of
Hebron filed complaints at
the local police station over
the weekend.

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