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January 06, 1995 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-06

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Jerusalem (JTA) — As a dispute
over expanding the West Bank
Jewish settlement of Efrat broad-
ened, Prime Minister Yitzhak Ra-
bin ordered a review of the
legality of the building plans.
At the prime minister's re-
quest, Attorney General Michael
Ben-Yair began investigating the
legality of building 500 housing
units on a 150-acre plot south of
Palestinian residents of the
nearby village of Al-Khader claim



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music was played. He found that
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music played above 105 decibels.
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Mr. Rabin and Foreign Minis-
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and the issue was expected to
come up at the next Cabinet
A Foreign Ministry spokes-
woman retracted earlier reports
that the government had or-
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Meanwhile, Palestine Liber-
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Demonstrators protest expansion of a village near AI Khader.



the land belongs to them. And
several Palestinian officials have
claimed that such an expansion
would violate the Palestinian self-
rule accord.
The plot in dispute was ear-
marked for Efrat by the previous
Likud government. It was later
bought by Israeli settlers for pri-
vate development.
According to a decision made
several years ago by then-De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon of
Likud, private building can take
place on state land. But it can be
halted for two reasons: security
or what is described as "public or-
Since coming to power, the Ra-
bin government has adopted a
policy freezing all government
construction projects in the ter-
ritories. But questions arose this
week over what steps the gov-
ernment can take to stop the con-
struction, since a private
contractor has the building
The issue has been seen as a
test of Mr. Rabin's willingness to
risk a showdown with the
120,000 Jewish residents of the
West Bank.

meeting of the Palestinian Au-
thority to discuss the issue.
Several Palestinian officials
called for a cutoff of the ongoing
negotiations with Israel because
of the dispute.
Meretz coalition members
sided strongly with the Pales-
tinians in calling for an imme-
diate end to the construction.
"It's impossible on one hand to
conduct negotiations with the
Palestinians and at the same
time create the impression that
lands are being taken from the
Palestinians and settlements put
up," Environment Minister Yos-
si Sarid told Army Radio.
Mr. Sarid said that until the
precise status of the disputed
land is clarified "the situation
must be frozen and the status quo
Bulldozers continued to clear
the land, as Palestinians from the
area pitched tents nearby and
raised Palestinian flags in con-
tinuation of their protest.
Israeli army officials, declar-
ing the area a closed military
zone, evicted Arab protesters and
Israeli peace activists from the


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