while, rejected the Israeli plan for
a limited withdrawal.
In a television interview broad-
cast here, Farouk al-Sharaa said,
"We think from a realistic point
of view, from a logistical point of
view, and because of the small
size of the Golan Heights, there
is no need for a long period to con-
clude the withdrawal."
Israel Television said it re-
ceived the tape of the interview
from a Dutch television station.
Despite the rejection, Syria's
foreign minister ‘took on a concil-
iatory tone toward Israel. At a
news conference in London, Mr.
al-Sharaa spoke of "a warm
peace" between Israel and Syria
and, for the first time, answered
questions from journalists who
identified themselves as Israelis.
At a separate briefing for Arab
journalists, the Syrian official
said he could envisage an agree-
ment before the year's end but
that depended on Israel.
He also said a summit between
Mr. Rabin and Syrian President
Hafez Assad was "inevitable." 0
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two activists
with the Islamic fundamentalist
movement Hamas blew them-
selves up while installing a bomb
in a car south of the West Bank
town of Nablus. According to se-
curity sources, the bomb was in-
tended for an attack in Israel
during the Rosh Hashanah holi-
day, according to security sources.
The activists, identified as Am-
jad Kmeil and Ammed Ghoub,
from Kabatiye, near the West
Bank town ofJenin, are believed
to be linked "at least indirectly"
of the perpetrators to last April's
attacks in Afula and Hadera, the
At that time Hamas warned
that the Afula and Hadera bomb-
ings would be the first two of five
planned attacks against Israelis
to avenge the massacre of 29
Palestinian worshipers at the
Tomb of the Patriarchs in Feb-
The murder of two Israelis in
Ramla nine days ago was fol-
lowed by Hamas messages say-
ing there would be two more
attacks by the year's end.
A Palestinian from the West
Bank discovered the mangled re-
mains of the two terrorists and
reported them to the police.
Another attempted attack re-
portedly went awry in Nablus on
Aug. 31, when suspected mem-
bers of Hamas set off a bomb
made of cooking-gas cylinders.
Seven local residents were in-
jured in the blast, which was at
first thought to have been a do-
mestic accident, but later was be-
lieved to be in preparation for
another holiday attack.
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