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March 11, 1994 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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BORENSTEIN'S SUPER PASSOVER SPECIALS

"We are very upset and
frustrated by the unilateral
decision of the police au-
thorities to evacuate Jews
from the Kotel (the Western
Wall)," Mayor Ehud Olmert
told Israel Radio.
The Wall, Mr. Olmert said,
is "the symbol of everything
that characterizes Jewish
life in this part of the world,
the most important place."
As such, he said, it is "the
last place" Jews should be
barred from as a security
measure.
He said he would do every-
thing in his power to prevent

The plaza in front
of the Western
Wall was closed
for an hour.

the closure of the plaza
again.
Meanwhile, according to
reports, the PLO Executive
has decided to stick to its
demands that the settlers in
the territories be disarmed
and an international armed
presence be established in
the territories as a condition
of resuming the autonomy
talks.
But Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres has rejected
the demand for an armed
international presence.
"There is no assurance
that foreign observers will
add to security. On the con-
trary," he told Israel Televi-
sion. "We may discover that
foreign observers will
become a target for Hamas,"
the Islamic fundamentalist
movement staunchly oppos-
ed to the peace process. ❑

De Klerk
Reassures Jews

H

Pretoria (JTA) — With only
two months before South
Africa's first non-racial gen-
eral election, South African
President and Nobel Peace
Laureate F.W. de Klerk has
given a message of en-
couragement to the Jewish
community.
"Room and opportunity
should be ensured for the
various language, cultural
and religious groups to re-
main true to what is impor-
tant to them," de Klerk said
in an interview.
He added that the various
groups that comprise South
Africa must be able "to
cherish that which is dear to
them and to practice in the
religious field and in other
fields. I I

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Hezbollah
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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
virulently anti-Israel Hez-
bollah movement has laun-
ched a series of attacks in
the southern Lebanon
security zone that resulted
in the deaths of six soldiers
from the South Lebanon
Army, Israel's ally in the re-
gion.
Two Lebanese civilians
were also killed in the latest
assaults, which left at least
10 SLA soldiers wounded.
The slain civilians, believ-
ed to be a married couple,
had been driving in the area
and were believed to have
been kidnapped at the edge
of the zone. Their bodies
were found riddled with
bullets.
The latest attacks by the
pro-Iranian Hezbollah forces
have incurred the highest
casualties in the security
zone in six months, Israel
Television reported.
The SLA soldiers were
killed by roadside bombs
that had been planted at
three sites in the central and
eastern portions of the buffer
zone which Israel estab-
lished in southern Lebanon.
Israeli and SLA forces
retaliated by firing artillery
and mortar at Hezbollah
strongholds north of the
security zone.



Nazi
Investigations

London (JTA) — Britain's
Home Office minister has
told the House of Lords that
the country's War Crimes
Act will, in all probability,
die "a natural death" if no
prosecutions can be initiated
against alleged former Nazis
living in Britain.
Earl Ferrers made the
assessment after a former
Conservative minister, Lord
Boyd-Carpenter, suggested
that the expenditure to date
of $8 million on war crimes
investigations without any
resulting prosecutions
showed "what a nonsense
the whole operation had
been."
Lord Boyd-Carpenter was
greeted with loud cheers.
Ferrers replied that the
expenditure had been in-
curred because Parliament
had mandated carrying out
the investigations through
its passage of the War
Crimes Act.
Ferrers said 27 cases of
alleged Nazis are still being
investigated. Li

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