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February 04, 1994 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-04

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Arrests Made
Of Settlers

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Dozens
of Jewish settlers have been
arrested after attempting to
establish new settlements in
the administered territories
in protest over the Israeli
government's peace in-
itiatives.
Most of those arrested re-
mained in custody because
they refused to sign a paper
saying they would refrain
from repeating their ac-
tivities.
Earlier in the week,
leaders of the new group,
known as Zu Artzeinu, or
This Is Our Land, held a
news conference where they
vowed to establish 130 new
settlements.
They said they would at-
tempt to put up the new set-
tlements next to those - al-
ready in existence. They are
calling their endeavor
"Operation Duplication."
The group's leaders said
that each of the new set-
tlements —which would
double the number of ex-
isting settlements in the ter-
ritories — would be named
after a Jewish victim of Arab
terrorism.
On two nights, Israeli
security forces forcibly
removed settlers from two
locales where they had tried
to implement their plans.
The group of 50 arrested
night were trying to estab-
lish a settlement near the
West Bank town of Kiryat
Arba, near Hebron.
Thirty-five of those detain-
ed refused to sign the docu-
ment that would enable
them to be released from jail,
even after a Jerusalem
magistrate ordered them
released on their own
recognizance if they refrain-
ed from entering any "closed
military zone."
They also resisted being
fingerprinted.
A second group was ar-
rested trying to create a set-
tlement in a windswept
valley near Bat Ayin, one of
the large group of set-
tlements comprising Gush

Etzion.

Observers said the vigor of
the Israel Defense Force ac-
tion shows that Yitzhak
Rabin, who is both prime
minister and defense min-
ister, has ordered a policy of
firmness to prevent any new
settlements being estab-
lished without authoriza-
tion.
The leaders included some
well-known former Soviet
prisoners of Zion: Ida Nudel,
Yosef Mendelevich and
Yosef Begun.



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