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August 27, 1993 - Image 79

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politicians," noting that
Likud and Rafael Eitan,
they should make their
leader of the hawkish
comments at the
Tsomet party, have directed
"appropriate forums."
their criticism at the IDF's
Mr. Weizman explained
high command.
that the peace process dic-
Charging that the army
tates certain limitations in
had become politicized and
military operations. Politi-
inept, they placed the blame
cians who oppose the peace
for the soldiers' deaths
process should deal with the
squarely on the shoulders of
process itself and not attack
Lt. Gen. Ehud Barak, the
the army, he advised.
IDF chief of staff, and on
The attacks on the army
senior IDF officers.
were also countered by
While opposition attacks
strong comments during the
on government leaders are
weekly Cabinet session.
far from unusual, open
Mr. Rabin criticized the
criticism of the army or its
opposition for having
commanders is relatively
"dragged the IDF into the
rare. But Lt. Gen. Barak has
political controversy."
emerged as something of a
Agriculture Minister
protege of Mr. Rabin, which
Ya'acov
Tsur said that the
in turn has made him in
opposition's real concerti
some eyes a fair political
was that the government
target.
was close to making achiev-
Mr. Shamir, in an Israel
ements in the peace process.
Radio interview over the
And Environment Min-
weekend, charged army
ister
Yossi Sarid said Mr.
leaders with failing to pro-
Shamir sounded last a
tect Israeli lives.
deposed African ruler who
"Instead of doing this, the
wanted the army to return
army commanders are un-
him to power.
fortunately dedicating
But Mr. Shamir .himself
themselves to politics, and
seemed
unimpressed by the
they follow like blind men
criticism. "Judging by the
after those who head us and
reactions," he told reporters,
lead us to a national
"I understand that I hit the
target. I hope my comments
will contribute to improving
the situation."
The army's preliminary
investigation into the
soldiers' deaths indicated
that standard procedures for
patrols in the security zone
had been followed.
Much of the criticism of
the first Hezbollah attack
focused on why so many
soldiers had died as a result
of two explosions.
But the investigation
showed that because the
men were on patrol before
dawn, they had to proceed in
disaster," the former prime
close file in order to remain
minister said.
within sight of one another.
"The chief of staff must
The explosive charge that
resolve security problems
killed the seven men in the
and find solutions to terror-
first incident was from a
ism, rather than to praise
Claymore-type mine, a
Assad," Mr. Shamir added,
device that sprays shrapnel
referring to a recent state-
in a wide arc.
ment by Barak in which he
The mines were hidden by
spoke favorably of the
Hezbollah a day or so before
Syrian President Hafez
the IDF patrol. Their place-
Assad.
ment of the charges was bas-
Mr. Eitan of Tsomet said
ed on intelligence about the
in a different interview that
habits of IDF patrols in the
the chief of staff should have
area.
been replaced "a day before
Three days after the two
yesterday" and that Maj.
incidents,
soldiers from the
Gen. Yitzhak Mordechai,
unit that had suffered the
head of the IDF's Northern
losses were back on patrol in
Command, should also have
the security zone.
resigned.
Their return was at the
President Ezer Weizman
specific request of the
appeared on radio and tele-
soldiers themselves, who
vision, asking the politicians
wanted to overcome the
"not to involve the army in
shock of last week's in-
public controversies."
cidents and the series of fu-
Mr. Weizman directed the
nerals they had just attend-
bulk of his criticisms at
ed. ❑
"army veterans-turned-

The army's
preliminary
investigation into
the deaths
indicated that
standard
procedures for
patrols in the
security zone had
been followed.

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