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January 20, 1995 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-20

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Rabin Makes Promise
To Develop Jerusalem

Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Rabin declared that
his government would move to
strengthen the unification of
Jerusalem through development
within the municipal borders of
the city.
But he hinted that such ex-
pansion could mean slower
development of outlying commu-

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cluded the outlying areas.
"The other areas on the pe-
riphery are a different issue," he
said.
For Mr. Rabin, who oversaw
the capture of the eastern half of
the city in 1967 as the Israel De-
fense Force chief of staff, the vis-
it he made to the Old City was his
first during his current term as

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nities east of the capital, includ-
ing Ma'ale Adumim and the
Gush Etzion settlement bloc in
the West Bank.
His remarks came in the wake
of controversy over the expansion
plans of Efrat, a Gush Etzion set-
tlement. The government decid-
ed to halt Efrat's plans to build
at a designated site after Pales-
tinians threatened that the move
could halt the peace process.
Instead, the government
worked out a compromise with
the community to build on an-
other site.
Speaking during a tour of the
capital, Mr. Rabin said that
Jerusalem must be given priori-
ty in housing and other public
services.
By speaking of development
only within the municipal bor-
ders of the city, he in effect ex-

prime minister.
He was accompanied by
Jerusalem Mayor Ehud Olmert
and by Housing Minister
Binyamin Ben Eliezer, who de-
scribed plans to build 30,000
apartments in the city over the
next five to six years.
Michal Cohen, a spokeswoman
for the Israel Lands Authority,
recently said that the decision to
build apartments in Jerusalem
was made in an effort to ease
housing shortages that have led
Israelis to leave the city.
According to government fig-
ures, approxoimately 6,000 Is-
raelis have left Jerusalem
annually since 1992.
Jerusalem is currently home
to some 405,000 Jews and about
160,000 Palestinians.
Hosting Mr. Rabin during the
tour, Mr. Olmert welcomed the

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