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October 14, 1994 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-14

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once peace was reached there
would be "no significance" to the
border between the two countries,
which would enjoy "a warm
peace."
In an emotional appeal direct-
ed to the Golan settlers, some of
whom recently staged a hunger
strike to demonstrate their op-
position to any withdrawal from
the Golan, Mr. Rabin asked
whether they really felt Israel
could afford to reject the chance
of full peace with Syria in return
for territorial concessions.
The basic importance of the
Golan Heights was not settle-
ments, but security, Mr. Rabin
said, adding that security could
now be attained "with or without
settlements."
He said Israel was calling for
a minor withdrawal from the
Golan, followed by a three-year
testing period, during which the
two states would live with diplo-
matic relations and tourist links.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two members
of a Jewish right-wing under-
ground movement suspected of
planning terror attacks against
Palestinians were formally
charged with attempted murder
in Jerusalem District Court.
In addition to the attempted
murder charges, brothers Eitan
and Yehoyada Kahalani, from
the West Bank settlement of
Kiryat Arba, were charged with
conspiracy and illegal possession
of firearms.
The brothers were among 13
members of the underground
movement who have been de-
tained over the past month on
suspicions of planning attacks on
Palestinians. All but four of the
group have since been released
pending possible trials.
The Jerusalem District Attor-
ney's Office said it also intends to
indict Rabbi Ido Elba, also of
Kiryat Arba, on conspiracy
charges. The Jerusalem District
Court extended Rabbi Elba's de-
tention in custody until next
week, to allow more time for
preparation of a charge sheet
against him.
During the hearing, the broth-
ers' attorney, Likud Knesset
Member David Mena, alleged
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Tibi, one of those detained and
since released, was a "mole"
planted within the suspected ter-
ror group.
According to the charges, the
brothers drove a pickup truck to
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on Sept. 2. They allegedly loaded
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year-old Palestinian riding by on
his bicycle. Eitan Kahalani al-
legedly stopped him, spoke to him
in Arabic to make sure he was a
Palestinian and then fired at his
head .

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