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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-07-30

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54-MILE PROTEST on page 33

on the side of the road, they are with
us," he told the Detroit Jewish News.
He added: "With the conclusion of
the demonstration, we held hands
together and sang Hatikva. It was espe-
cially moving for me to say, 'To be a free
people in our land, the land of Zion and
Jerusalem' and to be a part of the
human chain."
In a grim twist, Palestinian terrorists
wounded six Israeli children and a sol-
dier in two separate attacks July 25 on
Gush Katif, demonstrating the vulnera-
bility of the heavily fortified enclaves.
Sharon has vowed to remove all 8,100
Gaza settlers in 2005 under his disen-
gagement plan. In an Israeli Cabinet
briefing leaked to the media, the head of
military intelligence gave a boost to the
unilateral plan that has caused a rift so
deep in Israel's right-wing camp as to pit
Sharon against fellow senior members of
the ruling Likud Party, including
Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom and
Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"Disengagement will be beneficial in
terms of containing Palestinian terrorism
and even raising the chances of restart-
ing peace negotiations," Maj. Gen.
Aharon Ze'evi-Farkash told the Cabinet.
A longtime Sharon confidant, Knesset
Speaker Reuven Rivlin, said the human-
chain demonstration was a show of
pride by settlers, rather than a show of
political force.
"I see this as a matter of solidarity
rather than a protest, by a community
of pioneers that long did the country's
bidding and has recently been subjected
to a process of delegitimation," Rivlin
told reporters at the Western Wall, as
shofars were sounded and psalms read to
signal the end of the demonstration.
Internal Security Minister Tzachi
Hanegbi noted mounting concern at the
possibility of a groundswell of targeted
attacks on Palestinians by far-right Jews.
"The threat level against the Temple
Mount by Jewish extremists and fanatics
in order to disrupt the entire peace
process has risen in the past few months,
and especially in the last few weeks,
more than ever before," Hanegbi told
Israel's Channel Two television.
Other media said Jews could go so far
as ramming an airplane, a la Al Qaida,
into the two Muslim shrines on the
Temple Mount in hopes of sparking an
Arab jihad against Israel that would
sweep away the disengagement plan.
But Hanegbi said the Shin Bet had no
hard evidence against any specific sus-
pects, prompting members of Israel's
right-wing to accuse him of needlessly
alarming the Israeli public.

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