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June 17, 1994 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-17

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Former Is-
raeli Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren
issued a halachic ruling effec-
tively condemning to death Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
Chairman Yassir Arafat.
"There is no doubt that Yassir
Arafat deserves death according
to Jewish and international law,"
Rabbi Goren said.
To support his ruling, Rabbi
Goren cited remarks Mr. Arafat
made during a recent speech at
a Johannesburg mosque calling
for a jihad, or holy war, to regain
Jerusalem.
Rabbi Goren's ruling was con-
tained in an open letter signed by
the Committee of Rabbis of Judea
and Samaria.
According to Rabbi Goren, in-
ternational law finds no differ-
ence between a man who
murders with his own hands and
one who heads a terrorist orga-
nization that kills people.
Rabbi Goren also addressed
the question of whether Mr.
Arafat must first be put on trial
or whether his life may be tak-
en by anyone who has the op-
portunity to do so.
For Rabbi Goren, the answer
is clearly indicated in Jewish
sources. He described Arafat as
a "rodef' — one who pursues or
persecutes — because of his call
for a jihad to wrest Jerusalem
from Israeli control.
According to this reasoning,
Rabbi Goren called Mr. Arafat an
outlaw and added that every Jew
is "commanded to kill him" with-
out the need for a trial.
Commenting on Mr. Arafat's
upcoming visit to the autonomous
Jericho district, at which time he
also plans to come to Jerusalem,
Rabbi Goren wrote: "Every
means possible must be used to
prevent the master murderer
from stepping upon the soil of the
sacred Land of Israel. He must
be prevented from sullying
Jerusalem and the Temple
Mount."

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Geneva (JTA) — Israeli and Arab
women were among a group of
250 influential women who met
last month in Marrakech, Mo-
rocco, to discuss political, cultur-
al and social problems
confronting states in the Mediter-
ranean region.
Theresa Gastaud, a represen-
tative of the U.N. Secretary Gen-
eral Boutros Boutros-Ghali, said
that "the aim of the Euro-
Mediterranean women's confer-
ence was to bring women into the
implementation of peace in in-
novative and creative ways."

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