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February 04, 1994 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-04

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New Settlers Group
Plans Settlements

Jerusalem (JTA) — A recent-
ly formed Jewish settlers
group planned this week to
establish the first of 130 new
settlements it intends to set
up in the administered ter-
ritories.
The leaders of the group,
called Zu Artzeinu, or This
Is Our Land, announced at a
news conference that the
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tablished to coincide with
the holiday of Tu B'Shevat.
Joining the settlers at the
news conference were the
leaders of a new group of
immigrants from the former
Soviet Union established to
protest the government's
peace initiatives.
The _leaders included
several well-known former
prisoners of Zion: Ida Nudel,
Yosef Mendelevich and
Yosef Begun.
"We were willing to be ar-
rested for Zion in Russia. We
are certainly willing to be
arrested for Zion in Israel,"
they said in a statement.
The new settlements,
which will be named after
victims of Arab terrorism,
are intended to foil the
government's plans to
implement the Palestinian
self-rule accord signed in
Washington last September.
"Each one of these new
communities will be a nail in
the coffin of the Oslo ac-
cord," said David Romanoff,
a spokesman for the group,
referring to the secret
agreement made in the
Norwegian capital between
Israel and the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
The group's leaders said
they plan no violent confron-
tations with security forces

who may try to evacuate the
settlements. Instead, they
said, they will opt for civil
disobedience.
Mr. Romanoff said the new
settlements will be posi-
tioned close to existing set-
tlements, which will help
sustain them. He said he
also expected to draw sup-
port from thousands of
citizens who live inside
Israel's Green Line, the
country's boundaries before
the 1967 Six-Day War.
Mr. Romanoff said that Zu
Artzeinu plans to create a
new settlement every day,
except for Fridays and Sat-
urdays, until all 130 new
communities are estab-
lished.
The new settlements will
effectively double the
number of existing set-
tlements in the territories.
The first settlement will be
called Givat Lapid, in
memory of Mordechai and
Shalom Lapid, a father and
son recently slain by Arab
terrorists. It will be estab-
lished close to Kiryat Arba,
located near the West Bank
city of Hebron. 0

Teacher Strike
Impacts Studies

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A strike by
university faculty across
Israel, now in its third week,
is having a devastating im-
pact on studies.
The countrywide strike,
which has taken all univer-
sity faculty members out of
the classroom, is continuing
without any signs that the
end of the work stoppage is
near.
The strike, which began
Jan. 9 over wages, has
brought to a halt the ac-
tivities of all Israeli univer-
sities.
Negotiations between the
Finance and Education min-
istries and faculty represen-
tatives have led to no
agreement.
Meanwhile, students are
complaining that the cur-
rent semester has been ruin-
ed by the refusal of teachers
to return to their normal
duties.
On Jan. 18, more than
1,000 students and faculty
demonstrated in front of the
Knesset, calling upon the
government to meet the
teachers' demands. O

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