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June 04, 1993 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-04

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Soldier's Murder
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Jerusalem (JTA) — Jewish
settlers and Palestinians
clashed in Hebron
throughout the weekend as
tension remained high
following the brutal murder
of an Israeli soldier outside
: the West Bank city's Tomb
of the Patriarchs.
Erez Shmuel, who was
combining his military ser-
vice with study at a yeshiva
in the adjacent Jewish set-
tlement of Kiryat Arba, was
walking alone on his way to
Friday evening prayers at
the tomb when he was am-
bushed by an Arab attacker.
Mr. Shmuel was stabbed
20 times all over his body in
an alley leading to the tomb
and died shortly thereafter.
His assailant fled the scene.
The killing, coming after a
relatively long period of
quiet in Hebron, set off a
chain of violent clashes, with
angry Jewish settlers at-
tacking Arabs and damag-
ing Arab property.
The army clamped a
curfew over the entire town,
forcing some 200,000
residents to spend the first
day of the Muslim Id al-
Adha feast behind closed
doors.
As settlers returned from
Mr. Shmuel's funeral, they
reportedly came under a
stone-throwing attack and
responded with gunshots,
first in the air and then
toward houses inhabited by
Arabs.
Although settlers said
>
they acted in self-defense,
the army filed an official
complaint with the police,
charging three Jewish set-
tlers from Hebron and
Kiryat Arba with stone-
throwing at Arab houses.
One of them was accused of
using his rifle and was being
kept in custody, while the
other two were released on
bail.
Settlers also clashed with
soldiers who prevented them
from entering the Tomb of
the Patriarchs during
unauthorized hours.
The army was particularly
concerned that a large Jew-
ish presence at the tomb,
which also serves Muslim
worshippers, would cause
further escalation of
violence, particularly on the
occasion of the Muslim holi-
day.
)
Reacting to the Arab at-
tacks on Jews, Prime Min-
'' ister Yitzhak Rabin said
that the fight against Arab
terrorism has become_ the
main task of the Israeli
army.

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