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December 10, 1993 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-10

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pounded by the undercurrent
of friction between the PLO "in-
side" (local Palestinians) and
"outside" (Tunis).
Slowly but surely, Chairman
Arafat has already managed to
maneuver many of the more
prominent local figures — who
were in the forefront of the
Washington talks — onto the
sidelines.
Feisal Husseini, who has
been given the "Jerusalem af-
fairs portfolio," still weaves in
and out of the headlines but has
largely been eclipsed, Hanan
Ashrawi waits to be posted to
Washington and Saeb Erikat is
currently without any appoint-
ment.
In their stead, a stream of
new faces — almost exclusive-
ly "outsiders" — are manning
the current negotiations and
may well hold sway in the self-
governing authority, as well.
In a move seen as a sign of
things to come, Ibrahim Mo-

Some Palestinians
are complaining as
much about the
PLO as they are
about Israel.

hane, a senior Gazan police of-
ficer who was mooted to head
the future Palestinian force,
was passed over last week in fa-
vor of Gen. Nasser Yusuf of the
Fatah's military wing, one of
Chairman Arafat's close asso-
ciates.
Needless to say, since a long
list of people are hoping for ap-
pointments, the loss of plum
jobs to "outsiders" and
anything that smacks of crony-
ism is sure to be another focus
of resentment.
Coupled with the deteriorat-
ing security situation — and
specifically the indulgence with
which the Israeli army re-
sponded to violence by Jewish
settlers while stepping-up its
manhunts for Palestinian fugi-
tives — the upshot of these de-
velopments has been signs of
shrinking support for the Is-
raeli-Palestinian agreement
throughout the territories.
Already, the results of a poll
by the Nablus-based Palestin-
ian Research Center has shown
that support for Fatah had de-
clined by 4 percent in the past
month, while the popularity of
Hamas and the two Marxist
fronts had risen 12 percent.
Fatah still enjoys the largest
following in the territories (41
percent), but it does not com-
mand a majority, while support
for the combined opposition is
creeping up toward 30 percent.
With Dec. 13 not that far
away, the war of nerves has en-
tered high gear.




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