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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-14

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per mo. 36 mo. lease

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ized as "a fanatic minority."
That, however, was not
the understanding Mr.
Rabin had with Rabbi Yosef.
Monday, in fact, was the
first time the demand to
deprive Meretz of the educa-
tion portfolio had been
raised. This gave credence
to the argument from the
Left that yielding to Shas's
"extortion" would encourage
further pressure and ulti-
matums in the future.
Political commentators
agree with a senior Shas
official that say that even if
the present imbroglio is
solved, "the next crisis is
only a matter of time." The
problem, they say, runs
deeper than any one minis-
ter's personality or views
since the mostly Sephardic,
pious, right-wing Shas is
out of place in the mostly
Ashkenazi, secular, dovish
Rabin government.

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Yet, Shas has already
strengthened its hand with
its constituents by humbling
everyone else. Mrs. Aloni
swallowed her pride andi
relinquished her hard-
fought-for ministry. And
Mr. Rabin was embroiled in
several days of feverish
negotiations for a solution.
Just 18 minutes before
Mr. Deri's resignation was
scheduled to take effect on
Tuesday, he received Mrs.
Aloni and Mr. Deri's agree-

ment to place their portfo-
lios in his hands for a week
in the hope that he can
resolve the crisis by then. If
he fails, the situation will
revert to what it was last
Sunday, when Mr. Deri
Even if Shas eventually
leaves the government, the
coalition will not fall. With
the support of two Arab par-
ties from outside the coali,
tion, Mr. Rabin will still
have the 61 votes that
enabled him to form a gov-
ernment. But if Shas goes,
Mr. Rabin will head a
minority government, which
is hardly the proper forum
for making the bold deci-
sions necessary to keep the
peace process going.
Mr. Rabin also has the
option of resigning, then
reconstituting his govern-
ment in a new configuration
of portfolios. But this might
make Mr. Rabin vulnerable
to demands from his poten-
tial partners about the gov-
ernment's political program,
such as a definitive stand on
the future of the Golan.
One way or another, now
that the peace process is
finally off the ground and
the opposition has found its
voice, Mr. Rabin is keenly
aware that he must some-
how keep his government
The question remains just
how to go about doing that. ❑ .


Factory Worker
Killed In Blast

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A 45-year-
old worker at an Israel
Military Industries weapons
and explosives factory in
Ramat Hasharon, outside
Tel Aviv, was killed in an
explosion at the plant over
the weekend.
It was the fourth blast
with casualties at an IMI
factory in the past year, and
the second at the Ramat
Hasharon plant since
January, when another
worker was killed.
Two men had been work-
ing with what was described
as "delicate materials" in an
isolated shed in the factory
grounds, away from the
heavily populated residen-
tial area of the township.
The blast occurred at 3:30
p.m., minutes after one of
the two men had left the
shed to take a break outside.
He was treated for shock.
The shed itself was heavily
damaged, but residents
nearby said they had not

heard the explosion.
IMI is expected to call for
an internal investigation
into the explosion, and a
Labor Ministry expert was
sent to the scene immedi-
ately, to establish whether
any negligence was involved
in the blast.
The man killed was not
immediately identified, pen-
ding notification of his fami-
Residents of Ramat
Hasharon, site of this latest
explosion, and Kfar
Shmaryahu, the scene of an-
other recent IMI factory
blast, have for years been
demanding the immediate
closure of the weapons and
explosives plants and their
transfer to an isolated site in
the Negev.
IMI and the Defense Min-
istry have agreed in princi-
ple, but the move will still
take years to implement be-
cause of the planning and
construction work involved.


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