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October 29, 1993 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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decide whether to embark on
a shuttle mission of his own
next month.
While the United States is
still hoping to see real pro-
gress in the Israeli-Syrian
negotiations before the end
of this year, there seems to
be less urgency in both
Damascus and Jerusalem.
Mr. Rabin's remarks to
Mr. Ross about Syria's in-
tentions vis-a-vis security
were seen by some observers
here as a clear signal to the
American envoy that the
Labor government would
rather not embark right now
on a second track of negotia-
tions with Syria while it
works with the PLO on
implementing the autonomy
accord.
Already the country is
concerned about the security
ramifications of Palestinians
taking control of parts of the
administered territories.
The last thing the Israeli
government needs is to
trigger another wave of
public concern over the
future of the Golan Heights,
whose complete return Syria
is demanding as its price for
peace.
Mr. Rabin's domestic con-
cerns were sharply
highlighted when an opposi-
tion bill on the future status
of Jerusalem won a majority
in the Knesset on its first
reading.
The bill, introduced by
Likud Knesset member Uzi
Landau, would forbid any
Israeli government from ne-
gotiating over the status of
Jerusalem. It now goes to
the appropriate committee
for action before final votes
by the full Knesset.
The head of the govern-
ment's Knesset caucus, Eli
Dayan, sought to minimize
the significance of the vote,
saying that government
ministers and many Labor
Knesset members were ab-
sent from the chamber for
what he termed "technical
reasons."
But he could hardly
disguise the fact that the
majority of 36 included
parliament members from
the Shas party, which had
previously been part of the
government coalition.
In the end, despite his
frantic efforts, Dayan was
able to amass only 33 votes
to oppose the bill.
Mr. Dayan insisted the
government is as committed
as anyone to the unity of
Jerusalem and that the bill
was therefore unnecessary.
But Mr. Landau said the
bill was needed "to im-
munize the government
against itself."

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