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August 19, 1994 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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Rabin Warns Arafat
To Control Terrorism

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Prime Minis-
ter Yitzhak Rabin issued a blunt
warning this week to Palestine
Liberation Organization Chair-
man Yassir Arafat: The extension
of self-rule could be jeopardized
if the Palestinians do not prove
their ability to control terrorism
in the newly autonomous areas
of the Gaza Strip and West Bank
Jericho district.
Mr. Rabin issued the warning
during a visit to Kissufim in
Gaza, the site where armed mil-
itants belonging to the Islamic
fundamentalist Hamas move-
ment carried out two separate at-
tacks on Israeli vehicles the day
before.
The attacks resulted in the
death of one Israeli, 18-year-old
Ron Sobol, and the wounding of
six others.
Hamas said in a statement
that the attacks were in revenge
for the killing of two of its mem-
bers by Israeli police last week.
Noting it was the responsibil-
ity of Palestinian security officials
to prevent such attacks, Mr. Ra-
bin said the expansion of Pales-
tinian self-rule in the West Bank
could be held up entirely if the
PLO did not take swift action
against those opposed to the Is-
raeli-Palestinian peace initiative.
"It is inconceivable we will con-
tinue the process without seeing
on the part of the Palestinian au-
thority a serious effort to deal
with those terrorist elements who
are known for claiming respon-
sibility for carrying out terror,"
Mr. Rabin told reporters.
Mr. Rabin said that the arrest
of some 30 Hamas members by
Palestinian police was a good
sign, but that more needed to be
done.
Mr. Rabin said there had been
39 instances of shootings and oth-
er serious violence since Pales-
tinian police assumed
responsibility for security in Gaza
and Jericho in May.
Mr. Sobol was the first civilian
killed since self-rule began, Mr.
Rabin said, adding that four Is-
raeli soldiers were killed during
that time.
Despite Mr. Rabin's warning,
Israeli and Palestinian negotia-
tors met as scheduled at the Erez
crossing point between Israel and
Gaza to discuss issues surround-
ing the so-called "early empow-
erment," the extension of
Palestinian self-rule in the West
Bank in such areas as health, ed-
ucation, tourism and taxation.
According to Voice of Israel ra-
dio, Mr. Arafat has personally
called upon the heads of Pales-
tinian security to act vigorously
to prevent future Hamas terror-

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ist attacks on Israelis in the self-
rule zones.
The Palestinian governing
council reportedly held a special
session to deal with the issue and
decided to increase security in the
autonomous zones.
Along with the detentions,
Palestinian Justice Minister
Freih Abu Medein said that se-
curity officials would attempt to
collect weapons belonging to civil-

The detentions,
along with the
promises to collect
weapons, have
angered some in the
Hamas leadership.

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inns in Gaza and Jericho, a step
they have announced more than
once since the dawn of self-rule
in May.
The detentions, along with the
promises to collect weapons, have
angered some in the Hamas lead-
ership, who this week voiced
reservations about their ability
to support Mr. Arafat's leader-
ship.
Hamas spokesmen in Amman,
Jordan, were quoted as de-
nouncing Mr. Arafat's move, say-
ing it endangered Arab unity
against Israel.
One direct result of the latest
attacks by Hamas was the post-
ponement of the opening of four
"safe passage" routes for Pales-
tinians traveling between Gaza
and Jericho.
Under the agreement between
Israel and the PLO, Palestinians
currently can travel only between
the two regions during daylight
hours and under police escort.
The new passages had been
scheduled to open this week, but
Police Minister Moshe Shahal
said a new date for the opening
of the routes would be announced
at some later time.

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