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November 19, 1993 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-19

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These mothers of prisoners had protested the men's living conditions.

More To Be Released
Says Talks Negotiator

Jerusalem (JTA) — More Pa-
lestinian security prisoners
are due to be released this
week, according to Nabil
Sha'ath, chief Palestinian
negotiator in the autonomy
talks in the Sinai border
town of Taba.
Israeli officials were not
confirming the statement,
but they did indicate that
there had been substantive
progress in the talks on the
transfer of civil authority to
the Palestinians in the Gaza
Strip and the West Bank
town of Jericho.
Sha'ath, speaking with
reporters about the Taba
talks, said negotiators had
reached an agreement for a
release of additional Pales-
tinian prisoners this week as
well as on a schedule for
future releases.
Israel released more than
600 prisoners in a move
designed to build Palestin-
ian support for the self-rule
accord that Israel and the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization signed Sept. 13 in
Washington.
Another Palestinian
negotiator claimed that an
agreement was close that
would provide for the return
of Palestinians who had
been deported by Israeli au-
thorities for subversive ac-
tivities.
But Israeli spokesman
Anil Gluska appeared to try
to minimize the issue of
Israel's return of prisoners
and deportees.
"There is a disproportion
between the importance of
the subject as it is being
(portrayed) in the media and
the place of the subject
within the context of the
negotiations," he told Israel
Television.

Before the talks resumed
this week, Sha'ath sent a
message condemning the
murders of two Israeli
soldiers by the Islamic fun-
damentalist group Hamas to
the head of the Israeli nego-
tiating team, Maj. Gen. Am-
non Shahak.
The two hitchhiking army
reservists were picked up in
Gaza by two Hamas men
posing as religious Jews.
The reservists were shot in
the head and their bodies
left at the side of a road.
Also in Gaza, Israeli
security forces released a
fugitive belonging to the
PLO's Al Fatah wing, in an
apparent concession to Pa-
lestinian negotiators who
have demanded that the
Israel Defense Force halt its
hunt for fugitives.
Halil Hussein Zino, 23, a
member of the militant
Fatah Hawks group, was
released after he promised
not to engage in further ter-
rorist acts.

Bible Taught
On Television

Rome (JTA) — Three Jewish
scholars are participating in
a nine-month, interfaith
television initiative to teach
Italians more about the Bi-
ble.
Since the beginning of Oc-
tober, Italian state-run tele-
vision has been broadcasting
a six-minute program,
"Know the Bible," from
Monday to Friday morning.
Each program features a
Bible verse with commen-
tary by a panel of Jewish,
Catholic and Protestant ex-
perts.



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