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July 22, 1994 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-22

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MATERNITY

Ora Namir
Returns Home

Tel Aviv (JTA) — After undergo-
ing successful brain surgery in
Switzerland last month, Labor
and Social Affairs Minister Ora
Namir returned home to Israel.
Looking good as she disem-
barked without assistance from
an. El Al plane, Ms. Namir said,
"I hope to convalesce quickly and
to return to work."
She said that her Swiss doc-
tors had expressed satisfaction
with the operation, in which a tu-
mor was removed from her brain.
It is not reported whether the
tumor was diagnosed as benign
or malignant.
Ms. Namir said she still had
problems with sight in one eye
but said she had been assured
this problem should clear up
soon.
Ms. Namir said she would re-
main home under medical care
for a week or so, and then grad-
uallv resume her duties.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — A standoff
between the Israeli government
and settlers who had occupied
scores of empty apartments in a
Hebron suburb for three days,
has ended with both sides de-
claring victory.
Settlers evacuated the apart-
ments Monday after Housing
Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer
agreed to discuss the matter fur-
ther with them.
The situation was defused af-
ter President Ezer Weizman bro-
kered a compromise in an
attempt to avoid a confrontation
that some had feared might lead
to bloodshed.
The confrontation between set-
tlers and the Israel Defense Force
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year-old Israeli, Sark Prigal, was
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ans in a local mosque by an Is-
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"We are following what our
leaders tell us to do," he told re-
porters.
But, he added, 'We'll be back."

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