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May 14, 1993 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-14

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You Know The Quality
You Won't Believe The Prices!

Now is the time to buy the finest
U.S.A. Manufacturers at prices
you'll never see again.

At

HARRISON LUGGAGE

3 DAYS ONLY MAY 14, 15, 16

Luggage • Business Cases • Small Leather Goods
• Handbags • Unique Gifts • Desk Accessories
• Stationary • And More!

20% -40% OFF

Because of factory restrictions some manufacturers are not offered at the sale.

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Berkley, MI 48072

545-7393

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DAILY 10-5:30

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Granite
Whirlpool Tubs
Faucets
Bath Accessories

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North of / Mile in Southfield
356-6430

Hoarding Of Weapons
Worries Cabinet

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
authorities and dovish poli-
ticians have expressed grow-
ing concern that Jewish set-
tlers in the administered
territories and on the Golan
Heights have begun to horde
firearms, in preparation for
armed resistance to a future
diplomatic settlement re-
quiring their evacuation.
The issue came up at the
weekly Cabinet meeting,
during which the ministers
discussed the atmosphere
among settlers in the ter-
ritories, who are becoming
increasingly concerned
about concessions Israel may
make in the peace negotia-
tions with the Arab states
and Palestinians.
The ministers were told
that the Shin Bet domestic
security service is keeping
"a close watch" over
"troublemakers" in the set-
tlers movement.
Commerce and Industry
Minister Micha Harish said
the Cabinet was in agree-
ment that the authorities
should spare no effort to
thwart any "attempt to
disrupt the democratic pro-
cess."
Mr. Harish referred to a
recent television report that
included interviews with
settlers who said they would
resist their evacuation by
force. The report depicted
armed settlers patrolling
Arab villages in militia-style
operations.
Mr. Harish quoted Benny
Katzover, who heads the
Samaria regional council in
the West Bank, as saying
that settlers would disrupt
the Knesset's work by lying
across roads leading to the
legislature.
Police Minister Moshe
Shahal said he had discussed
the issue with Attorney
General YosefHarish.
Knesset member Dedi Zu-
cker of the left-wing Meretz
bloc, who chairs the Knesset
Law Committee, said he
would invite the attorney
general, as well as the ad-
vocate general and represen-
tatives of the security forces,
to testify on how to prevent
the "development of a
monster which is a menace
to the democratic regime."
Another Meretz Knesset
member, Deputy Housing
Minister Ran Cohen,
demanded that the au-
thorities "detain all those
involved in erecting an army
of political hooligans."

He called for an investiga-
tion into why the intel-
ligence forces had not
prevented the development
of armed Jewish patrols.
But right-wing politicians
played down the issue, say-
ing that the settlers who
said they would resist any
political settlement calling
for territorial compromise
were merely a "loud minori-
ty."
Deputy Defense Minister
Mordechai Gur also
minimized the phenomenon,
saying that by and large, the
Jewish population in the
territories had shown matu-
rity and used their arms for
personal protection only.
He pledged the authorities
would guarantee the safety
of the settlers, "as long as
they are there — and they
are there."
Mr. Gur was asked about
the army's decision to con-
fiscate the personal rifle of

Armed settlers
reportedly
patrolled villages
in the territories.

Gershon Messika, a resident
of the West Bank settlement
of Elon Moreh, who re-
portedly was identified as
one of the settlers who took
part in the armed patrols of
Arab villages.
Mr. Gur said that although
the army had confiscated a
number of arms from set-
tlers who were active in such
militias, the government
had no plans to disarm set-
tlers in general.
Meanwhile, authorities
were alerted to another
potential security problem
when a faction of the Islamic
fundamentalist Hamas
movement distributed K
leaflets calling for the death
of members of the Palestin-
ian delegation to the peace
talks in Washington.
The leaflet says the dele-
gates were guilty of
"unforgivable betrayal" of
their people by returning to
the talks before the fate of
some 400 Moslem extremists
deported to Lebanon was
resolved.
The leaflet was thought to
have been distributed by a
Hamas group based near the
West Bank town of Hebron.

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