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July 19, 1996 - Image 42

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he idea has taken hold in
Israel that the Jewish set-
tlers plan to double or
triple their population by
the year 2000. Notions of
300,000 settlers and even
500,000 settlers by the end of
Prime Minister Netanyahu's
term have alarmed both the
Palestinians and the left-wing
opposition.
But these numbers only rep-
resent a "wish list," say settler
leaders. Pinchas Wallerstein,
the newly elected chairman of
the YESHA (Judea, Samaria
and Gaza) Council, said his re-
alistic projection is that the set-
tler population will grow by
some 50,000 over the next four
years — a rise of about 33 per-
cent.
"Obviously we're going to put
together a maximalist [growth]
plan, while in reality we assume
that the government is going to
accept a fraction of it," said
Yehiel Leiter, head of the Coun-
cil's foreign desk. "Right now
we're basically lobbying."
Another figure tossed around,
most recently by Mr. Netanyahu
in Washington, is that the set-
tler population increased by 50
percent under the Labor gov-
ernment. In fact, says Mr. Leit-
er, it went up by a little less than
20 percent — from 127,000
when Labor took office to slight-
ly more than 150,000 today.

(The Council's figures run about,
10 percent below the official ones
gathered by the Central Bureau
of Statistics.)
Still, the settlers have big
enough plans, and the new
prime minister is infinitely more
amenable to them than were his
Labor predecessors, Shimon
Peres and Yitzhak Rabin. Con :
sequently, the Palestinians are
talking about some plans of their
own.
"I do not think-theTalestin-
ian people will stand handcuffed
before this settlement assault,"
Palestinian Authority negotia-
tor Hassan Asfour said. "The
Palestinian people will defen,KU
strongly their land and will not`
allow a small group of arrogant
people to destroy their ambitions
or national goals."
Labor Knesset Member Bi-
naymin Ben-Eliezer, housing
and construction minister in the
Rabin-Peres government, said
the previous regime built up the
settlement areas it intended 'TO—
keep permanently — those near
Jerusalem and near the Jor-
danian border.
"If the government's plan for
expansion is only in these areas,
then we probably won't have
anything to argue about," said
Mr. Ben-Eliezer. But if it also in-
cludes settlements throughou(b
the West Bank, including those
in solidly Palestinian areas,

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