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August 21, 1992 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-21

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•Peace Process At Risk
As Baker Leaves

► Washington (JTA) — The
anticipated departure of
Secretary of State James
I Baker from his post leaves a
cloud of uncertainty hanging
over the immediate fate of
the Middle East peace talks.
11 ` While analysts predict
• Deputy Secretary of State
Lawrence Eagleburger will
M. assume Mr. Baker's posi-
tion, many doubt he will be
able to take on what has
become Mr. Baker's personal
►mission to bring peace to the
conflict-riddled region.
Perhaps the only consen-
sus on the impact of the
change is that it will be
disruptive to the peace pro-
cess. But several experts
believe the peace talks will
stay on their current course,
albeit at a slowed pace, and
, that they will continue to
reflect Mr. Baker's distinct
imprint.
It is all hut certain Mr.
• Baker will give up his port-
folio sometime after next
6. week's visit by Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin and
will move to the White
House so he can help the
president put his flounder-
ing re-election campaign on
track.

Of course, the timing of the
shift is almost painfully
ironic. Following the Israeli
election of a more flexible
leader in Mr. Rabin, the
Arab-Israeli peace talks ap-
pear uniquely ripe to bear
fruit and testify to George
Bush's foreign policy
acumen.
But at the same moment
the man most responsible for
cultivating them is poised to
leave the field and the fate of
the talks in doubt.

The uncertainty Mr.
Baker's move injects into the
peace process was illustrated
in the response he found on
his trip to the region last
month.
In the Arab capitals, in
particular, he and his en-
tourage were peppered with
anxious questions about his
plans and suggestions that
meaningful action would be
suspended. Mr. Baker
sought to quell the anxiety,
denying any change was
imminent.
But most observers agree
that the secretary's shift will
disrupt the process and some
say it could hurt the presi-
dent.


Residents Of Yeshiva
•Told To Leave Old City

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Following its offensive
against Jewish settlements
m in the administered ter-
ritories, the new Rabin
government has targeted
Jewish strongholds in the
heart of the Moslem Quarter
of the Old City of Jerusalem.
Police Minister Moshe
Shahal announced last week
'that students of the Ateret
• Cohanim Yeshiva in the
Moslem Quarter are
residing there unlawfully.
The yeshiva had taken
►over two buildings in the
quarter two years ago, after
'the buildings had been con-
fiscated from their Arab
owners "for security pur-
poses." With the help of the
Housing Ministry, the
1, yeshiva students and their
families had then taken up
0. residence in the buildings.

1 In making the announce-
ment, Mr. Shahal said that
as long as the buildings were
not being occupied by their
▪ original owners, they could
only be used by Israeli
0 ' security forces.
Therefore, suggested Mr.
_ Shahal, the buildings' Jew-

ish tenants should remove
themselves.
Knesset Member Hanan.
Porat of the National Re-
ligious Party reacted strong- _
ly, saying that the govern-
ment was following the lead
of Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek, who "missed no op-
portunity to narrow the
steps of the Jewish residents
in the old city."

Ethiopian Olim
Want Housing

Jerusalem (JTA) — Some
600 Ethiopian immigrants
- took to the road to demon-
strate their need for perma-
nent housing.
Braving the intense mid-
day heat, the marchers —
many with babies slung
across their backs — began
their demonstration in the
coastal city of Ashkelon.
From there, they vowed to
walk all the way to the capi-
tal, about 40 miles away.
The olim, who are being
housed in hotels in the
Ashkelon area, are deman-
ding to be placed in perma-
nent dwellings.

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