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March 22, 1963 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-22

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German Scientists Make Weapons
for Egypt; Reports Alarm Israel

(Continued from Page I)
Israel's anxiety over the matter
has been conveyed in recent
months to a number of govern-
ments, - including West German
authorities at Bonn.
It was understood that the
Egyptian program includes the
perfection and production of
weapons that might use atomic,
chemical gas and bacteriological
warheads.

According to the report; Dr.
Pfiltz was one of the heads of the
German teams of scientists which
included Dr. Eugen Saenger and
Prof. Jens Goerke. The tatter's
daughter, Miss Heidi Goerke, was
the one who identified the
Israeli and an Austrian arrest-
ed by Swiss authorities at. Basle.
The explosive device was re-
portedly sent to Dr. Pfiltz, in
Cairo, from Hamburg, Germany.
He is now engaged in naval mis-
Package Sent Scientist sae research in Cairo. Dr. Pfiltz's
secretary was blinded when she
in Egypt Explodes;
opened the parcel, but he was
Sent from Germany
unhurt, according to the report.
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A pack-
A new warning to the Syr-
age containing an explosive de- ians against any aggression to-
vice which blew up and blinded wards. Israel was given by Gen-
his secretary was received in eral Zvi Tzur, Israel Chief of
Egypt by. Dr. Wolgang Pfiltz, a Staff at a graduation exercise
German member of the team of of new Air Force pilots.
scientists working on the devel-
Referring to recent Syrian
opment of non - conventional shooting in the Lake Tiberias
weapons being produced by the area and a new attack by Syrian
Cairo Government. The disclos- gunners on Israeli fishermen on
ure was made in a report from the lake last Thursday, Gen.
(In Bonn, Chancellor Adenauer Tzur declared that Israel had no
was reported as planning a state- intention of serving as a scape-
nient on the issue. He is quoted goat. for Syria's internal troubles.,
as holding the view that. German
He said also that Israel would
scientists cannot be interfered not accept the proposition that
with in their - private activities.) whatever the policy of the new ,
Germany to Yediot Achronoth, regime in Syria would be, that
evening newspaper here.
the Syrians should create chaos
in the border areas.
I Israel Answers Syrian
Complaint at U. N
in Counter Charges
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA)—A Syrian complaint to
the United Nations that Israel
had engaged in a series of ag-
gressive acts against Syria in the
Lake Tiberias area was chal-
lenged in an Israeli communica-
tion to the UN which called the
charges false and fabricated.
I Enthusiastically endorsed and I-
In turn, Ambassador Michael
I used in communities all over
Comay, the Israeli permanent
representative, cited a lengthy
a the country.
series of SyriAn attacks on Is-
raeli targets in the area. The
compiled and edited by
1 Rabbi Morris. Silverman I denial and the counter-charges
contained in a letter to
I were
Secretary-General U Thant which
artistically illustrated
in I Israel asked be circulated to
members af. the Security Council.
I color by Ezekiel Schloss
Camay said that a statement
I in the. Syrian complaint, dated
Hebrew-, and English in
Jan. at, that an armed Israel pa-
parallel columns
I trol crossed the armistice line
into Syria, was "a fabrication."
I A
similar description was ap-
• New Translation
I plied to a Syrian charge' that Is-
"gunboats" approached the
I Explanatory Notes Interpol- U raeli
eastern shores of Lake Tiberias
ated in the Text Arranged to carry out "provocative actions
for Responsive Reading.
against Syrian citizens." Noting
that "there are no Israeli gun-
I Designed for Home, Public I boats" on the lake, Camay said
Sedwe,
A
b R e cco c m
heri
Ststh idey.
d that there were Israeli patrol
boats in routine patrols on the
work ofart to
I lake "which is within Israel ter-
I the whole year.
ritory" to protect Israeli fishing
I and to prevent illegal intrusions
.1
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from Syria.
Ambassador Comay termed
both "false" and "ridiculous"
I Deluxe cloth bound edition
a Syrian charge that an Israel
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gunboat kidnaped a Syrian
citizen and stole a Syrian gun-
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boat from. River Al-Masadiah
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I in Syrian territory. He pointed
out it was physically impos-
sible for an Israel boat to
leave the lake,, cross land and
enter the river and then re-
a peat the trip in reverse.
He added that the fact was
that a Syrian fisherman who was
illegally fishing on the lake was
arrested by Isaael police and that
Hartford, Conn.
UN authorities had been notified
1 and had questioned the fisher-
1
man. Camay stressed that the
circulation of the Syrian letter
"was the first indication that Is-
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rael authorities have ever had of
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the allegations" in the letter.
Comay agreed there was a
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serious situation and that it was
I Hostfoedi, Coni
I due "entirely to the Syrian vio-
lations of the General Armistice
6 Enclosed please find check
Agreement. He then cited in-
I covering cost of
copies stances of Syrian aggression re-
I ported to the Mixed Armistice
I Of "Haggadah."
Commission. These included fir-
I ing on Israeli fishing boats on
the lake from Syrian gun posi-
Address
tions on Jan. 17, Feb. I, Feb. 5
and March 14.

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