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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-09

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the issue only after a treaty is in
the works and a specific propos-
al for American troops is un-
veiled. Mr. Rabin extracted a
similar commitment from in-
coming House Speaker Newt
Gingrich, R-Ga.
"Singlehandedly, the prime
minister altered the politics of the
peace-monitoring issue," said a
pro-Israel activist. "But a lot still
depends on what the situation
looks like when the idea is final-
ly proposed. And judging by the
slow pace of the Syrian-Israeli
talks, that day may still be a long
way off."

Rules Committee
Sees Changes

House Republicans have started
lining up committee and sub-
committee chairs, as well as their
selections for a handful of im-
portant leadership posts. And
pro-Israel forces are keenly
watching that process.
One likely appointment could
have a big impact on Israel's for-
eign aid allocation. Rep. Gerald
B. Solomon, a fiercely partisan
Republican from upstate New
York, is in line to head the House
Rules committee. Rules may be
an unglamorous assignment, but
its chairman has an enormous

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the foreign aid debate, where a
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Mr. Solomon, who has not sup-
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