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January 20, 1995 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-20

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Submitting
his resignation as Jordanian
prime minister, Abdul Salam al-
Majali said that he did not expect
the change of government to af-
fect the implementation of the
peace process between Israel and
Jordan.
Mr. Majali, whose main func-
tion was seen as furthering the
peace process between Israel and
Jordan, had served as prime min-
ister for 19 months.
Mr. Majali was Jordan's chief
negotiator when the Israeli-Arab
peace talks were launched in
Madrid in October 1991. He was
appointed prime minister in May
1993 to help accelerate peace
talks with Israel.
He had been expected to resign
after negotiating the peace treaty
with Israel last October.
During his tenure, Mr. Majali
also enforced economic reforms
at home and clamped down on
the activities of Jordanian fun-
damentalists opposed to the gov-
ernment's peace initiatives with
Israel.
Jordanian King Hussein this
week appointed his cousin and
former army chief, Zeid Bin
Shaker, 60, as the new prime
minister.
A close confidante of King Hus-
sein's and popular with the Jor-
danian army, Mr. Shaker has
served two previous terms as
prime minister.
King Hussein said Mr. Shak-
er's main goals would be to im-
prove relations with other Arab
nations.

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prime minister's pledge to devel-
op the capital, but hoped that a
similar effort would be made east
of the city.
"We need a security belt in the
future, east of Jerusalem," Mr.
Olmert said. "We see Jerusalem's
natural development [as being]
toward the east. I think you could
do both."
In related news, Palestine Lib-
eration Chairman Yassir Arafat
was in Cairo, when he met with
Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak to discuss Israel's set-
tlement policy.
Accompanying Mr. Arafat in
Cairo, Palestinian negotiator
Nabil Sha'ath reportedly said
that Mr. Arafat had gotten
Egypt's full backing in opposing
continued expansion of Israeli
settlements.
Speaking after the Arafat-
Mubarak meeting, Egyptian For-
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that Israeli settlement plans had
brought the ongoing Israeli-
Palestinian peace initiative to a
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