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July 28, 1995 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-28

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The Israeli
Knesset has formally approved
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's
nomination of Deputy Foreign
Minister Yossi Beilin and former
Israel Defense Force Chief of
Staff Ehud Barak to assume
positions in his Cabinet.
Mr. Beilin is the new minister
of economic affairs and planning.
Mr. Barak will head the Interior
Ministry.
The Knesset vote was 53 to 35,
with three abstentions.
Knesset member Eli Dayan is
expected to replace Beilin as
deputy foreign minister.
Shimon Shetreet, who relin-
quished the Economics Ministry,
will remain minister of religious
affairs.
Mr. Barak, who stepped down
as the IDF's top officer at the
start of the year, officially joined
the Labor Party on Sunday, pri-
or to the Labor Party Central
Committee's endorsement of his
nomination.
He replaces David Libai, who
will continue in his role as justice
minister.
Many observers see Mr. Barak
as Mr. Rabin's chosen successor
to head the Labor Party.
They say Mr. Barak's ap-
pointment to a senior ministry is
Mr. Rabin's way of presenting
him with an opportunity to prove
himself in civilian life.
Regarding Mr. Beilin, Mr. Ra-
bin told Labor central committee
members that he had his differ-
ences with the young deputy min-
ister in the past, "but his time has
now come to be a minister."

Jerusalem (JTA) — Foreign Min-
ister Shimon Peres was forced to
leave the site of Rachel's Tomb
when a group of worshipers
protested his presence there.
Mr. Peres, who was accompa-
nied by the chief rabbi of
Jerusalem, Yitzhak Kolitz, came
to Rachel's Tomb to study future
access to the site for Jewish wor-
shipers.
The tomb, located north of
Jerusalem, may fall under Pales-
tinian stewardship.
Mr. Peres was briefed by Israel
Defense Force officers about the
various possibilities for ensuring
the safety of Jewish worshipers
at the site if and when the IDF
redeploys from the area.
The issue of Rachel's Tomb re-
cently became a point of con-
tention in Israel's talks with the
Palestinians, after some Israeli
groups protested that the holy
site should remain under Israeli
authority in any futare agree-
ment with the Palestinians.

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