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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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least, the Middle East peace
process has been relegated
to the back burner by two of
the parties involved: the
American foreign-policy
establishment remains pre-
occupied with Bosnia, and
Mr. Rabin is trying to extri-
cate himself from the threat
of his coalition falling apart
over the Shas party-
Shulamit Aloni squabble.
Beneath the surface, how-
ever, more ominous currents
may be running even now.
Judging by the media,
large and even influential
sectors of the Palestinian
public have already given
up on the process, Israel's
commitment to it appears to
be growing increasingly
ambivalent, and the U.S.
seems to be backing away
from responsibility for its
advancement.
Perhaps all three sides
should be reminded of
Murphy's Law of Middle
Eastern politics: "Left to
their own devices, things
only get worse."

Likud Rejects
Gaza Plan

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The oppo-
sition Likud party has
roundly rejected a proposal
by one of its more moderate
figures for Israel to
withdraw unilaterally from
the Gaza Strip and grant Pa-
lestinian autonomy there.
The issue came up at a
convention of Likud's 3,500-
member Central Committee.
Knesset member Ronni
Milo, a former police min-
ister, repeated his support
for the "Gaza first" concept,
in which Israel would not
wait to negotiate a com-
prehensive autonomy plan
with Palestinians, but would
unilaterally pull out of Gaza.
But the convention's For-
eign Affairs and Security
Committee rejected the pro-
posal amid strong criticism.
Former Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon, one of the
more vociferous opponents to
the plan, asked Milo rhetor-
ically if he knew there were
a million "anti-Israel Pales-
tinians" in Gaza and if he
was prepared to allow them
to form the foundations for
an independent Palestinian
state sworn to replace Israel.
The Likud convention,
which opened in the Golan
Heights, in a gesture of sup-
port to settlers there, moved
to Tel Aviv for its first day of
working sessions.

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