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January 03, 2003 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-03

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rally blew up a model of an Israeli
tank and burned U.S., British and
Israeli flags.
Israel blamed Arafat for the Otniel
attack, saying the Palestinian
Authority has failed to clamp down on
terror.
A Palestinian official said Israel's
policies, including the targeted
killings, were to blame for the ongoing
attacks.

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Meanwhile, Israeli and Palestinian
officials began reviewing the latest -
draft of an international diplomatic
initiative aimed at ending more than
two years of violence.
The draft of the road map was given
to the two sides after President Bush
met in Washington earlier this month
with other members of the so-called
diplomatic Quartet — Russia, the
European Union and the United
Nations.
Israel persuaded Bush to agree not
to publish the draft until after Israeli
elections are held Jan. 28.
In the meantime, each side was
expected to review the draft and draw
up responses.
According to the Jerusalem Post,
which published details of the road
map on Dec. 29, there were few
changes in the revised draft.
According to the newspaper, the first
stage of the road map calls for both
sides to call for an end to violence and
commit to stopping incitement. It also
calls for a complete freeze on Israeli
settlement activity for visible steps by
the Palestinians to fight terror. The
Palestinian Authority is called on to
undertake political and security
reforms.
The second stage begins with
Palestinian elections and concludes at
the end of 2003 with the establish-
ment of a Palestinian state with provi-
sional borders. It also calls for an
international conference convened by
the Quartet.
The third stage, lasting until the end
of 2005, calls for a second internation-
al conference that would include final-
status talks on borders, refugees, settle-
ments and Jerusalem, the Jerusalem
Post reported.
Political sources in Jerusalem were
reportedly satisfied with the latest ver-
sion, Israel Radio reported Sunday.
Though Israel has begun drawing up
its response, it is not expected to be
submitted until after the elections, the
report said. Ill

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