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JORDAN page 24

Ariel Sharon, a Likud Knesset
member and former minister of
defense who had led the opposi-
tion's support of the treaty, an-
nounced shortly before the vote
that he could not support the
treaty but would abstain instead.
Joining him in the abstentions
were four other Likud members
and Harlan Porat of the Nation-
al Religious Party.
All three members of the right-
wing Moledet Party opposed the
accord.
Likud leader Benjamin Ne-
tanyahu supported the treaty,
saying it was "the best accord of
its kind."
Addressing the Knesset before
the vote was taken, Likud faction
leader Moshe Katzav welcomed
the peace with Jordan, but raised
several reservations about the
treaty.
He objected to the fact that the
treaty does not obligate Jordan
to outlaw Hamas. He also criti-
cized Mr. Rabin for not including
a statement asserting Israeli sov-
ereignty over Jerusalem.
A clause in the accord recog-
nizes Jordan's historic role as
guardian of Muslim holy sites in
Jerusalem, and Mr. Katzav wor-
ried it might cast doubt over ac-
cess to those shrines which have
Jewish significance as well.
The clause regarding
Jerusalem has elicited bitter con-
demnation from Palestine Liber-
ation Organization Chairman
Yassir Arafat.
. Addressing some thousands of
cheering university students in
Gaza City, he reaffirmed his
stance that Jerusalem will be the
capital of an eventual Palestin-
ian state, adding that "Jerusalem
is not for buying and selling" by
Israeli and Jordanian negotia-
tors.
"Those who do not like" the
PLO's stance, Mr. Arafat said, "let
them drink from the sea of Gaza"
The clause regrading Jordan-
ian stewardship over the Muslim
holy sites in Jerusalem has cre-
ated tensions between the PLO
and Jordan that were sparked by
a similar clause in the Washing-
ton Declaration signed by Israel
and Jordan in July.
Over the weekend, for exam-
ple, Palestinian demonstrators
in
Jerusalem burned the Jor-
danian flag and a picture of King
Hussein.
But King Hussein remained
firm that his country would not
yield control over the Jerusalem
religious sites, leaving open the
possibility of a re-evaluation of
his stance only after the final sta-
tus of the Palestinians had been
determined in talks with Israel.
Those negotiations are slated to
begin by May 1996.
"When the Palestinian people
regain their rights on their na-
tional soil, then we can discuss
the matter," King Hussein said
in a speech to army officers.

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