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April 16, 1993 - Image 50

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49

WE'RE YARDS AHEAD OF THE COMPETITION

sympathy to our guys.
If the Palestinians real-
ly want to stop being
killed by us, all they have
to do is stop killing us,
and they can live, and, if
all goes well, they can
even have their own coun-
try in a few years.
That's what it felt like
this Passover — like
they're in their own coun-
try and we're safe over


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here in ours. It was an
illusion, of course, one
that goes well with the
greenery and flowers and
long, free days of the holi-
day. The closure of the
territories can't go on for-
ever; soon most of the
Palestinians will be com-
ing back. In this part of
the world, spring is a very
short season. ❑

Israel Police Minister
Refutes Charges

Jerusalem (JTA) — Police
Minister Moshe Shahal has
defended himself against ac-
cusations by Israel's former
police chief that he im-
properly interfered with the
ongoing investigation of
Interior Minister Arye Deri.
Mr. Shahal summoned a
news conference to refute
the charges made by Ya'acov
Terner, who was recently
forced out of his position as
the nation's top cop amid a
bitter feud with with Mr.
Shahal.
Mr. Terner has claimed in
recent days that Mr. Shahal
dismissed him because he
refused to let Mr. Shahal
interfere with the politically
sensitive investigation into
alleged fraud committed by
Mr. Deri, who heads Shas,
an Orthodox party in the
governing coalition.
At the time, Mr. Shahal
had said Mr. Terner should
resign his post because he
was holding discussions with
Labor Party officials about
his political future, which
Mr. Shahal said was inap-
propriate for someone still in
uniform.
In the current war of words
over the Deri affair, Mr.
Shahal publicized protocols
of two meetings the two had
held in the past to discuss
Mr. Deri. Mr. Shahal said he
had approved Terner's ap-
proach to the investigation.
The 2-year-old police in-
quiry has delved into both
alleged misuse of funds for
personal use and improper
diversion of public funds to
institutions affiliated with
the Orthodox Sephardic
Shas party.
Mr. Deri only recently
agreed to cooperate with in-
vestigators.
Mr. Shahal said he only
stipulated that the question-
ing of Mr. Deri himself take

place at a police station and
that secrecy be maintained.
Mr. Shahal said he and
Mr. Terner only held two -1
meetings on the Deri affair. <
He said he took careful notes
and saved them, at the rec-
ommendations of top figures
in the police administration
and former Police Minister
Ronni Milo.
Mr. Shahal implied that
Milo had also wanted to
dismiss Mr. Terner, but
refrained from doing so be-
cause Mr. Terner had
evidence against Mr. Milo
concerning financial wrong-
doings.
Reports to that effect have (-)
appeared in the past, but
were never substantiated.
Mr. Milo this week re-
jected all of Mr. Shahal's
claims, charging that Mr.
Shahal was getting
"cornered in lies" in a des-
perate attempt to rescue
himself from charges leveled
against him by Mr. Terner.
Mr. Milo said that after
having worked with Mr.
Terner, he was certain that
Mr. Terner's allegations c'
against Mr. Shahal were )
"reliable."
Yet Mr. Shahal told Israel
Radio he had been con-
gratulated by Mr. Milo for
facing up to Mr. Terner.
Mr. Terner said he would r/
appear on the matter before
the Knesset and would prove
that Mr. Shahal was trying
to "assassinate his
character" in an effort to
rebuild his own credibility.
Mr. Terner said he held
more than two meetings
with Mr. Shahal on the Deri
issue and that there was a
lot Mr. Shahal had not
written down in his notes.
Mr. Deri himself has been
through 80 hours of police
questioning in connection
with the case thus far.

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