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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-14

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been an organizer of the International
Solidarity Movement, and who has
supported violent Palestinian "resist-
ance" against Israel.
In March 2002, Shapiro holed up at
Yasser Arafat's compound in Ramallah
to safeguard the Palestinian Authority
president during Israel's Operation
Defensive Shield, an anti-terrorist
operation.

Fence To Disrupt
600,000 Arabs

Jerusalem/JTA — Israel's security bar-
rier would disrupt the lives of 600,000
Palestinians, a U.N. report said.
But Israel said it is still determining
how many Palestinians would be
directly affected by the fence, which is
being erected to thwart terrorist infil-
tration into Israel.
The U.N. report said the fence as
planned would put about 15 percent
of the West Bank on the Israeli side.
The U.N. General Assembly has
passed a resolution calling on Israel to
stop building the fence, and the
United States has called its route a
problem.

Arafat Offers
Olive Branch

Jerusalem/JTA — Yasser Arafat offered
Israel an olive branch as the
Palestinian Authority parliament
approved a new cabinet.
"We do not deny the right of Israelis
to live in security alongside the
Palestinian people in their own, inde-
pendent state. Let us end the cycle of
fighting," Arafat said in an address
that dwelled on Israeli military crack-
downs in the West Bank and Gaza
Strip.
The speech made no mention of
Palestinian terrorism.
Dore Gold, an adviser to the Israeli
prime minister, rejected the call as
insincere. "You can't hold an olive
branch in one hand and a ticking
bomb in the other," Gold said.
Israeli officials are disappointed that
Arafat has won a power struggle to
maintain security control in the new
government of P.A. Prime Minister
Ahmed Qurei.
In his address to Palestinian law-
makers, Qurei vowed to rein in the
"chaos" in the West Bank and Gaza
Strip, but stopped short of announc-
ing steps against terrorism as required
by the road-map peace plan.

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The Palestinians rejected the 1947
partition plan and began a cam-
paign of violence against the Jews
in Palestine, which became the first
Arab-Israeli war. They lost that war,
most became refugees and instead
of birthing their own state, now
commemorate what they call "Al
Nakba" -- the catastrophe.
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Correction

In "JFS Groundbreaking" (Nov. 7,
page 20), Joy Nachman should have
been identified as the daughter of
Joseph and Suzanne Orley.

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