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Settlers let off steam with Sharon

By Nadav Shragai, Ha'aretz, October 17, 2001

Sharon: `Oslo is not continuing; there won't be Oslo; Oslo is over'Leaders of the settlement movement let off steam at a meeting with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon late Monday night, and came away with the impression that Sharon is under a lot of pressure.

The meeting was scheduled weeks ago, and by coincidence took place hours after the army withdrew from Abu Sneina and Haret al- Sheikh, overlooking the Jewish apartment block in the center of Hebron in a move that prompted the resignation of two key settler movement allies in the government, National Infrastructure Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Tourism Minister Rehavam Ze'evi.

Up to the last minute the settlement leadership was divided on whether to meet with the prime minister. When they finally did meet with him, they found a prime minister who was angry and upset.

The first speaker was Danny Dayan of Ma'ale Shomron, who said that while the security situation for settlers was not good, it was "the terrible feeling that you are cooking up a Palestinian state behind our backs and negotiating under fire. We'll fight with all our might, we'll take to the streets. This diplomatic course, which you are backing, is the end of the settlements, the end of the state of Israel."

Benzy Lieberman, who heads the Samaria Regional Council argued, "The army is confused. Tanks go up and down. There's a siege, then there isn't a siege. The army is not free to act the way it used to be."

At that stage, the settlers and Sharon began to exchange angry words. Sharon burst out, "The army has freedom of action everywhere. In Areas A, B, and C. They have no limits." Lieberman broke in. "There's no strategy. The army can't see the target," and then Yehoshua Mor Yosef added, "The problem with Abu Sneina is that you are relying on Arafat and give his soldiers responsibility for the security for Jews."

"Where's the change you promised," seemed to be the recurring theme in the meeting, and it angered Sharon. "I haven't changed my mind about that murderer Arafat for the last 30 years," he exclaimed.

Shaul Goldstein went further. "If Arafat is not bin Laden, then he deserves a state. If he deserves a state, he's not a terrorist, he's a freedom fighter. And if he's a freedom fighter, then we - Israel - are occupiers, and it's legitimate to fight us. Do you understand where that logic is going?"

Benny Kasriel of Ma'ale Adumim said, "Our solution is to break up the Palestinian Authority and get rid of Arafat. And Peres. He's sabotaging you. He'll never let you act and will always pressure you. We'll never be able to protect ourselves as long as he is foreign minister." At that point, Kasriel said he saw a newspaper item indicating Sharon was considering allowing the Palestinians back into the Orient House.

Sharon was furious. "Write this down. I will never let them into Orient House, and not to Abu Dis or Issawiyeh. Friends, you are heroic in this campaign. You've been through a difficult year. But the army - despite your impressions - has broad room for maneuver. It has no limits. I hear the advice from wiseguys who made the biggest concessions of all," said Sharon - an apparent reference to Benjamin Netanyahu - "but my way is to go for small, consistent actions at three levels: a reaction to every attack, special operations like Beit Jalla or Abu Sneina, and focused preventive attacks," a reference to the assassination policy. He warned that a more broadscale operation could bring the Egyptians into Sinai and create the danger of a regional conflict. And he said that he intends to make sure the Palestinians abide by the Mitchell Report, which he said includes "cutting back the Palestinian police to 30,000 troops, handing over illegal weapons and arresting all the murderers."

As for the Oslo agreement, Sharon told the settlers, "Evacuating Abu Sneina is not Oslo. Oslo is not continuing. There won't be Oslo. Oslo is over. You want to bring me down, do it." And regarding Peres, Sharon said: "You attribute a lot of influence to him. He would have been very happy to sit here and hear this. I'm sure he thinks differently."

Referring to his recent speech to teachers in which he said that Israel would accept a Palestinian state, Sharon said, "What I didn't say is that state would be demilitarized, that we would have responsibility for its border crossings, there will be limits on its air space, and we'll still hold security areas. Those areas we don't hold - like Nablus, Ramallah, Kabatiyeh, Jenin or Jericho - they'll control."

And regarding the Temple Mount, Sharon was no less militant: "That hill, our holy of holies, will never be given to anyone. But it's not right nor appropriate to skirmish for it."

Coincidentally, the meeting on Monday night was followed yesterday morning by a Peace Now release of Central Bureau of Statistics data about housing starts in the territories, showing that in the first half of 2001, there was a sharp decline in housing starts from 2000.

There were 832 housing starts in the first half of 2001, while in 2000 there were 4,499 housing starts. At the end of June this year there were a total of 6,539 housing units under construction in the settlements.

According to the numbers released yesterday, the administration of former prime minister Ehud Barak allowed 6,045 housing starts and 2000 saw more housing starts - 4,499 - than in any year since 1992.

Indeed, until the Oslo accords were signed, there were 32,750 housing units in the settlements, and since Oslo, another 20,371 units were constructed.

According to Meretz MK Mussi Raz, who released the numbers, 73 percent of the housing units being sold in the entire country in August were in the territories - 772 units out of 1,067 in the entire country. And since the establishment of the Sharon government, land was marketed for the construction of 1,359 housing units, representing 35 percent of all the land marketed for construction in the entire country. Raz said that was a 258 percent increase over last year, when 528 housing units were marketed - and this is happening in a recession, noted Raz, when there has been a 28 percent drop in land sales for housing throughout Israel.

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