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March 05, 1993 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-05

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problem, but would actually
inflame passions, Mr. Rabin
said.
Whether or not the latest
attack was organized by
militant organizations
directed from outside Israel
or taken at Mr. Salame's
private initiative, it clashed
sharply with renewed hopes
here that the peace process
would once again take off.
Those hopes were en-
couraged by last week's visit
of U.S. Secretary of State
Warren Christopher and the
surprise visit by Osama el-
Baz, senior political adviser
to Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak.
There were even uncon-
firmed reports from Cairo
that Mr. Mubarak may soon
visit Israel, but government
officials here said they knew
nothing about it.
Mr. Rabin is now being
forced to face challenges on
two fronts: the external front
of Arab terror' cm and the
internal front the right-
wing opposition, which is
demanding that Israel take
tougher measures against
the Palestinians and Hez-
bollah, e. a at the cost of
stalling th, leace talks.
In the „atmosphere
resulting fro. 1 the aftermath
of the Tel Aviv attack, it will
be more difficult for the
government to make further
gestures toward the Palesti-
nians activists deported to
Lebanon. The deportees re-
main a stumbling block to
resumption of the peace
talks.
Knesset members were
relieved to hear from For-
eign Minister Shimon Peres
that in his trip to the region,
Mr. Christopher had made
no demands for further
Israeli concessions on the
deportation issue.

Newscasters
Trading Charges

Rome (JTA) — Ugly accusa-
tions and denials of anti-
Semitism have been traded
among journalists at one of
Italy's private television
networks.
A former editor of the
Channel 5 News, Gigi Mon-
calvo, has been accused by
his colleague Silvia Brasca
of saying to her: "You'd
better hope that Hitler
doesn't come back to power,
because there is a sure place
in the crematorium for you."
According to the Milan
daily Corriere della Sera
Moncalvo is planning to file
mit against La Repubblica
‘ewspaper for reporting that
made the anti-Semitic slur
ainst Brasca.

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