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November 06, 1992 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-06

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel for
the first time is publicly
recruiting Arab citizens for
its diplomatic service.
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres told Israeli Arab
mayors the government
would advertise its annual
recruitment drive for a dip-
lomatic cadet course in the
Arabic as well as Hebrew
The Arab municipal
leaders reacted with
gratification" to Mr. Peres'
encouragement of Arab uni-
versity graduates to apply
for the three-year training
program, officials said.
Briefing the Arab leaders
on the peace process, Mr.
Peres said the agreement
reached with Jordan at the
talks in Washington last
week in fact went beyond its
official designation as an
agenda for further discus-


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was gunned down two years
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court papers that the Mar-
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"careless" and "negligent"
because it did not provide
"reasonable or adequate
security or protection" for
her husband.
Her attorney, Allan
Rothenberg, said that the
hotel should have provided
metal detectors and armed
guards to protect Mr.
Kahane, the radical founder
of the Jewish Defense
League and former member
of Knesset.
Roger Conner, of Mar-
riott's corporate communica-
tions department, said the
hotel's legal department is
reviewing the suit and had
no other comment.
Meir Kahane was
murdered precisely two
years ago, on November 5,
1990, as he concluded mak-
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viction on assault and
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It represented, rather, a
blueprint "of the shape of
the peace (that will be con-
cluded) between Israel and
Jordan," Mr. Peres told the
Arab officials.
He pointedly remarked
that similar progress had
failed to materialize in talks
with Palestinian
Mr. Peres told the Israeli
Arab leaders, many of whom
maintain close contact with
Palestinian leaders in the
administered territories and
overseas, that the blame lay
with the Palestinian
negotiators' unwillingness
to discuss a plan for a transi-
tional self-rule authority,
rather than for statehood.
Regarding Syria, Mr.
Peres said there was certain-
ly progress —but not yet a
clear-cut definition from the
Syrians of their conception
of the nature of the peace.
He said the multilateral
negotiations were intended
to chart a course for regional
progress. Mr. Peres said
regional projects should
be stated without delay,
so as not to lose precise
time. "A poor and frus-
trated Middle East"
meant more opportunity
for eruption of extreme
fundamentalists forces,"
Mr. Peres said.

Rabin Says
Give Back Land

Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin
visited unhappy settlers on
the Golan Heights and told
them Israel must give back
some land to secure a peace
treaty with Syria.
While reiterating that he
did not want a complete
withdrawal from the strate-
gic plateau, he pointed out
that there is a vast range of
possibilities between a full
pullback and giving up no
land whatsoever.
"It is my moral duty, as
prime minister and as Yit-
zhak Rabin, to make every
effort to reach peace," he
But leaders of the settlers
said Mr. Rabin "has no
mandate" to negotiate any
withdrawal at all, and they
pledged to oppose govern-
ment plans to do so.
One leader, Knesset mem-
ber Yehuda Wollman of Mr.
Rabin's own Labor Party,
said government plans to
return land to the Syrians
"take the taste out of our
Mr. Rabin compared his
record favorably with that of
the Likud government.


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