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April 15, 1994 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-15

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We Take
It All

to his knowledge, Mr. Golds-
tein had not taken part in
any earlier actions on the
2 part of the settlers that he
described as being intended
to provoke Palestinians at
the Hebron mosque.
Mr. Hashlamon said he
was surprised that Mr.
Goldstein had committed the
killings, saying he would
never have expected it of
him.
Mr. Goldstein's widow,
Miriam, appearing before
the commission last week,
said her husband's actions
on the morning of Feb. 25
were still a source of confu-
sion to her.
She had originally refused
to testify, but agreed to ap-
pear on April 6 on the condi-
tion that the media not be
informed of her presence in
the court and that she speak
before a closed session.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin also testified last
week in a closed session of
the commission, most of
whose sessions were aired on
Israeli television.
The record of her
testimony indicated that she
had no idea of what pushed
her husband to commit the
mass killings.
"It's still an enigma for
me. That's the truth. I've
been over and over it, and I
can't arrive at an answer,"
she told the court.
She indicated that her
husband had often com-
plained that the Israeli army
was not doing enough to pro-
tect settlers in the territories
from attacks by Palestin-
ians.
"He always complained
about the helplessness of the
Israeli government, of the
army, of the police — that
they don't do their jobs prop-
erly and that we (the set-
tlers) are abandoned," she
told the commission.
She also testified that she
had heard from others that
her husband had been at the
Tomb of the Patriarchs, a
site holy to Jews and
Muslims alike, on the eve-
ning before the killings.
There had been a confron-
tation between Jewish and
Muslim worshipers that
evening, she said, adding
that he had left because of
the unpleasantness.
Previous witnesses had
denied that Mr. Goldstein
had been present on that oc-
casion.
The Shamgar Commission
— which includes two
Supreme Court justices, a
professor, a former army
chief of staff and a Palestin-
ian judge — will now retire
for several weeks to consider
the testimony.



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