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March 25, 1994 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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"It is only appropriate and
right that when we come to-
gether for the annual confer-
ence of AIPAC, with members
from 50 states, that we debate
intensely all aspects of impor-
tant positions. That is no re-
flection on our sense that the
democratically elected govern-
ment of Israel deserves to be
supported."
In his long-awaited speech to
the pro-Israel group, Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin did not
make any dramatic new an-
nouncements about the peace
process or the controversy over
the U.N. resolution on the He-
bron massacre.
What he did offer was an
emotional description of his own
lifelong connection to
Jerusalem.
"Notwithstanding any Unit-
ed Nations resolution," he said.,
"I can assure you Jerusalem
will remain united under Israeli
sovereignty."
Mr. Rabin, speaking only an
hour before his critical meeting
with Secretary of State Warren
Christopher, called the mas-
sacre of Moslem worshipers in
Hebron a "shame to the Jewish
people and to Zionism," and
spoke in uncompromising terms
about the extremists who he
said, are determined to destroy
the peace process.
"We will not allow anyone in
the state of Israel, or in the ter-
ritories, no matter who he may
be or what position he holds, to
determine or change the policy
of the government — any gov-
ernment — through blackmail
of the trigger or false messian-
ic claims."
Mr. Rabin received strong ap-
plause when he referred to last
week's banning of Kahane Chai
and Kach in Israel.
The prime minister also re-
peated his determination not to
compromise on issues funda-
mental to Israel's security. "No
bullet, no knife, no Molotov
cocktail, no stone, will under-
mine our commitment to peace
and security," he said.
He also produced an enthu-
siastic response when he af-
firmed his desire to protect "the
security of the state of Israel
and its citizens, including the
Jewish residents in Judea,
Samaria and the Gaza Strip."
But above all, his speech was
an emotional plea for support
for the endangered peace
process. "Do not be mistaken,"
he said.
"We will continue making
peace with the Palestinians on
the basis of the Declaration of
Principles which was signed in
Washington and the Cairo
Agreement. Indeed, we are
ready to accelerate the talks
and the contacts and the nego-
tiations."
AIPAC page 70

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