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April 22, 1994 - Image 69

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FRI • SAT

sein "plays Hamas off against
the PLO and vice versa," Mr.
Susser said.
In response to the pressure
from Jerusalem and Washing-
ton, King Hussein declared in
his news conference that
Hamas had "no legal status" in
Jordan. But this, Mr. Susser
said, does not mean that
Hamas was being outlawed in
Amman; only that it's not a
legally recognized political par-
ty that could run for parlia-
ment.
King Hussein also issued a
vague warning to the two main
Hamas operatives in Amman,
Mohammad Nazzal and Ibra-
him Ghosheh, who have been
appearing on international tele-
vision — which is aired in Israel
— to applaud Hamas' attacks
and promise more.
A source close to Mr. Rabin
said the king's remarks aimed
at Hamas and its representa-
tives "were what we wanted.
But now we want to see if (Hus-
sein) can deliver."
Asked what the Israeli gov-
ernment wanted from the king,
the source replied: "We don't
want to see Hamas spokesmen
in Amman encouraging acts of
terror, giving pep talks, warn-
ing Israel and providing
(Hamas) other means of assis-
tance." Asked what other
means he was referring to, the
source would not elaborate.
He dismissed entirely the
suggestion that Mr. Rabin had
no real gripe against King Hus-
sein, that the Hamas Amman
office was a paper tiger with no
power, and that the prime min-
ister's public accusation was lit-
tle more than an attempt to ap-
pear tough.
But that's what it looked like.
After the Afula bombing, Mr.
Rabin took the stern measure
of indefinitely barring Pales-
tinians from crossing the Green

A poll taken after
the Afula killings
showed 58 percent
of Israelis are
dissatisfied with
the government's
performance.

Line into Israel. (He later grant-
ed passes to a few thousand old-
er; veteran farm workers who
have never been involved in at-
tacks.) The army is chasing
Hamas around the clock, and
catching and killing quite a few
of them, but there are always
others to take their place. De-
spite the closure, despite the

army's hunt for Hamas killers,

five Israelis were blown up in
Hadera.
Because of the upsurge in ter-
ror, the government no longer
has public opinion on its side. A
poll taken by the authoritative
Dahaf organization after the
Afula killings showed 58 per-
cent of Israelis dissatisfied with
the government's performance.
Describing the televised
threats from the two Hamas
spokesmen Nazzal and
Ghosheh as "humiliating," Mr.
Merari said Mr. Rabin and Mr.
Peres threw attention on Jor-
dan because they "felt the pres-
sure to do something about
Hamas.
"But the operation in Am-
man is really marginal. Sup-
pose the office were closed down
today, and all its people were
put behind bars. Would it affect
Hamas's activities in the terri-
tories? Not a bit."

Australia
Rebuffs PLO

Sydney, Australia (JTA) —
A long and intensive cam-
paign by the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization to gain
full diplomatic status for its
Australian office has been
rebuffed.
The Australian govern-
ment this week approved the
use of the title "General Pa-
lestinian Delegation," but
backed off from recognizing
the office in the Australian
capital of Canberra as repre-
senting the state of
Palestine.
Senior government
sources, along with PLO of-

ficials in Tunis, had claimed
last month that an upgrade
in the PLO's status was
imminent.
But Australian Foreign
Minister Gareth Evans has
written to the PLO stating
that the name change does
not imply recognition of
Palestine and that the PLO's

representative will not
receive diplomatic privi-
leges.
Ali Kazak, the PLO's
Australian representative,
reacted angrily, claiming
the government is "scared
by the Israeli lobby."
Mr. Evans responded that
"Australia's position, as
often previously spelled out,
is that we do not regard the
conditions as having been
satisfied to enable us to rec-
ognize Palestine as a
sovereign state, or the PLO
as the government of a
state."
The Israeli Embassy in
Canberra commented that
the name change was a
"technicality" and had no
substantive effect.

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