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May 07, 1993 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-07

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LET'S GO PLAID!

SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1993 - 7:00 P.M.
AT THE GEM THEATRE

58 EAST COLUMBIA • DETROIT

"SCREAMINGLY FUNNY!

"WONDERFULLY FUNNY!

Entirely enchanting, utterly entertaining,
awesome! You won't find a more hilari-
ous and captivating show either on or off-
Broadway. FOREVER PLAID will put a
smile on your face, a hum in your throat
and a tap to your feet. It should go on for-
ever!" — N.Y. Post

Perfect! A little bit of heaven for all of us.
It'll run forever!" — WABC-TV

"LETTER-PERFECT!

Sweet,
funny and thoroughly amusing!" — N.Y.

Times

"THRILLING, SPARK-
LING, JOYOUS! A high-octane

tour-de-force! FOREVER PLAID will cure
any ailments, real or imagined. An
enchanting new musical revue, the happi-
est in town!" — Rex Reed

"IRRESISTIBLE!" —San Diego Union

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"HILARIOUS!

Delicious, adorable,
finger-snapping laugh-out-loud fun!" —

Wall StreetJournal

"A TOTAL CHARMER!

A
complete tonic to make you forget all your
cares! And Holy Cannoli, I really mean it!
Make reservations!" — Newhouse

Newspapers

"SHEER MUSICAL BLISS!"

— L. A. Times

"FOREVER PLAID IS A MANY
SPLENDORED THING!" — New

York Magazine

"A SOLD-OUT SENSA-
TION!" — USA Today

"A REAL TREAT.

Bring your
mom. Hell, bring the whole family." —

The New Yorker

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08

Jerusalem (JTA) — With the
peace talks under way again
in Washington, Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Rabin is com-
ing under sharp attack from
the opposition Likud party
for making too many conces-
sions to the Palestinians in
return for nothing.
Mr. Rabin is defending his
policies but vowing at the
same time that the govern-
ment will not compromise on
issues of security.
The clash between the two
views came to a head during
a special session of the
Knesset when Likud leader
Benjamin Netanyahu led an
assault against the govern-
ment.
"We're calling for a
change of policy," Mr.
Netanyahu said. "We think
the government's concept of
negotiation is like the joke
about collective bargaining:
We bargain and the Arabs
collect."
Members of the hawkish
opposition are against the
government's plan to let
some 30 Palestinians
deported between 1967 and
1987 return to the ter-
ritories.
The opposition also objects
to the idea of granting broad
powers to the Palestinian
administrative council pro-
posed for the territories dur-
ing the envisioned interim
phase of Palestinian
autonomy.
"If they begin the negotia-
tions this way, offering just
about everything, we know
that very rapidly we'll reach
a point where Israel will
return to the '67 boun-
daries" that existed before
Israel captured the ter-
ritories in the Six-Day War,
Mr. Netanyahu said.
"We'll have a Palestinian-
Hamas-Arafat state at the
outskirts of Tel Aviv, and
we'll have the Syrian army
peering down at us from the
Golan. This is not a prescrip-
tion for peace," he said, re-
ferring to the Islamic fun-
damentalist Hamas move-
ment and Palestine Libera-
tion Organization leader
Yassir Arafat.
It is time, the opposition
leader said, to "either
change the policy" or
"change the government."
But Mr. Rabin argued this
week that too much focus is
being placed on confidence-
building concessions to the
Palestinians, such as allow-
ing some of those deported

prior to the start of the in-
tifada to return to the ter-
ritories.
"This is not the issue," the
prime minister told
reporters covering a United
Jewish Appeal function. The
issue, he said, is how to
"move by two phases to a
permanent solution" with
the Palestinians.
But Mr. Rabin made clear
that while Israel is "ready to
make compromises on a
mutual basis," it will not
compromise on the issue of
security. "We want peace in
its real meaning and securi-
ty in its real meaning," he
said.
Mr. Rabin said the coming
year is a "crossroads" that
will "decide in what direc-
tion the Middle East will
turn, toward peace or toward
stalemate."
At the core of the
autonomy plan Israel is
offering to the Palestinians,
he said, is the willingness to

Members of the
opposition are
against the
government's
peace plan.

"transfer almost all the
duties of the civil ad-
ministration which are
related to the life of the Pa-
lestinians."
Mr. Rabin said the
autonomy plan would aim to
abolish the so- called civil
administration, which is the
military-run system of
government in the ter-
ritories.
The prime minister em-
phasized that Israel will re-
main responsible for overall
security in the territories
during the interim
autonomy period and will
continue to be responsible
for the lives of the Israeli
settlers in the settlements
there.
Mr. Rabin urged the Pales-
tinians to shift their focus
from the "symptoms of the
disease," such as the depor-
tation of extremists, to cur-
ing the "disease" and work-
ing toward a political set-
tlement.
But in the Knesset, Mr.
Netanyahu argued that the
Palestinians have not dem-

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