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October 27, 1995 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-27

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Jerusalem (JTA) — As govern-
"It will also depend on [com-
ment and army officials contin- pletion] of the bypass roads,"
ue to prepare for an Israel Mr.Tsur said, "and making sure
Defense Force redeployment in that the Palestinians prepare
the West Bank, senior Israeli what is needed to run the elec-
army officers have told the Cab- tions."
inet that they expected the com-
Meanwhile, the army was
plete redeployment plan to cost preparing for a pullback from
double the planned amount.
Jenin, the first of six West Bank
Briefing ministers at the week- towns from which the Israeli
ly Cabinet meeting, Maj. Gen. army will redeploy completely by
Ilan Biran, commander of a sec- year's end.
tor that includes the West Bank,
The completion of the pullout
estimated that the total cost of could take until Nov. 10, Israel
the redeployment, expected to be Radio reported.
completed by the end of 1997,
A team of Palestinian liaison
would be $1 billion.
officers were scheduled to begin
The revised estimate drew a joint patrols with their Israeli
sharp reaction from Finance Min- counterparts in order to get to
ister Avraham Shohat.
know the Jenin area and to pre-
"I totally reject the amount of pare to take over internal secu-
money that he talks about," Mr. rity responsibilities after the
Shohat told Israel Television, Israeli pullback.
adding that the government and
army had previously agreed that
the cost of the redeployment
would be $500 million.
In his efforts earlier this year
to gain Cabinet approval of his
1996 budget, Mr. Shohat had en-
gaged in marathon negotiations
Bonn (JTA) — Germany's two
with the Defense Ministry and
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin major political parties have
over the cost of redeployment, formed a coalition to demand fi-
called for under the terms of the nancial reparations for Jewish
recently signed agreement for ex- survivors of the Holocaust now
living in the Baltic nations.
tending Palestinian West Bank
Members of the ruling Chris-
autonomy.
tian
Democratic Union Party and
Meanwhile, Maj. Gen. Biran
and the IDF chief of staff, Lt. the oppositionist Social Democ-
Gen. Amnon Shahak, told the ratic Party recently held a news
Cabinet ministers that the rede- conference here, calling for the
ployment plan was set to move Baltic nations to take action. the
ahead and that Palestinian elec- gReens also joined in the initia-
tions would be held in the terri- tive.
The number of Jews who sur-
tories Jan. 20.
vived concentration camps dur-
The redeployment from West ing World War II and are now
Bank towns "will be completed -it
the end of December, with one ex- living in Lithuania, Latvia and
ception in the case of Hebron," Estonia is estimated at 300 to
Environment Minister Yossi 400.
Like other Nazi victims in the
Sand told reporters after the Cab-
former Soviet bloc, they have re-
inet session.
ceived no financial compensation
Some ministers expressed
for their suffering.
doubt that the timetable would
The German government has
be kept.
refrained from compensating
Housing Minister Binyamin
Ben-Eliezer said the redeploy- these Jews because of a concern
that it might spur demands from
ment would be delayed if Pales- non-Jewish victims and Jews
tinian landowners attempted to
from other countries.
prevent the expropriation of land
The future of the initiative is
needed to build the bypass roads. seen as bleak, because many Ger-
The roads would allow Jewish
man parliamentarians oppose
settlers in the West Bank to avoid further compensation of Holo-
driving through population cen- caust survivors.
ters under the control of the
Germany also has offered the
Palestinian Authority.
governments of the three Baltic
Agriculture Minister Yakov
Tsur told Israel Radio that keep- states funds for the construction
of elderly homes for Holocaust
ing the redeployment on sched-
ule depended on a number of survivors. Estonia is the only
factors, including the Palestinian country to accept the offer.
Recently, the German govern-
Authority's ability to live up to its
ment returned four pieces of
commitments to curb terrorist ac-
tivities in areas under its control. property in Berlin to the city's
Jewish community.

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