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January 27, 1995 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-27

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AMERICAN-ISRAEL
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
OF MICHIGAN

6600 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48322

Demonstration Against
Development Plans

The B.I.R.D. Foundation's Director of Trade and Development,

MARTINE GILBERT

will address the next breakfast meeting of the
American-Israel Chamber of Commerce of Michigan
at the Skyline Club

Jerusalem (JTA) — Palestinians tories.
continued to demonstrate in the
Bulldozers began clearing land
territories this week against southwest of the settlement of
what they claimed are Israeli set- Elkana in the northern part of
tlers' attempts to appropriate the West Bank.
their land. A new confrontation
The head of the Elkana local
developed when several dozen- council said the settlers did not
Palestinians protested at a con- plan to build a new neighborhood
struction site near the West there, but were only attempting
Bank settlement of Alei Zahav, to assert their ownership of the

Friday, February 3, 1995 from 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M.

Call (810) 661-1948 for Reservations

$25.00... Kosher breakfast available upon request

Norman Bash • Murray Sittsamer
Co-chairmen

Michael Traison, President
Michael Arlow, Vice President

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HOLD THAT DATE I ! !

The American-Israel Chamber of Commerce of Michigan
Annual Dinner March 19,1995 5:30 P.M.

More Information To Follow
Look for your Invitation or call: (810) 661-1948

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A Palestinian youth takes part in a protest of settlement expansion.

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where an industrial zone is
slated to be built.
The Palestinians threw stones
at Israeli troops attempting to
disperse them. Israeli soldiers re-
portedly used percussion
grenades and fired at the pro-
testers, but no Palestinians were
hurt.
The issue of Israeli settlement
expansion catapulted to the fore
of already tense Israeli-Pales-
tinian relations in December,
when Palestinians protested the
construction of new apartments
near the West Bank settlement
of Efrat.
Meanwhile, settler leaders
with the Council of Jewish Set-
tlements in Judea, Samaria and
Gaza have announced plans to
begin developing state lands that
lie within the planning bound-
aries of settlements in the terri-

AP/NATI HARNIK

land "after Arabs took over the
area a few days ago."
The council head, Aharon
Domb, was referring to several
Palestinians who came to the
area claiming the land was
theirs.
Mr. Domb rejected their
claims, saying "the Council of
Jewish Settlements in Judea,
Samaria and Gaza will not touch
any private lands."
Palestinians have also
launched demonstrations near
the settlements of Yakir and
Revava.
The government decided to re-
view all plans for expanding set-
tlements in the territories, even
if they were already pre-
approved.
Still, Palestinian leaders have
accused the Israeli government
of giving into the settlers. ❑

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