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October 21, 1966 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-21

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El Fatah Raider Activities Result in More Casualties

on destroying the "traditionalist" rael. Footprints showed that the France over Egyptian nationaliza- their right to return to their coun-
(Continued from Page 18)
try." He said Syria "reconfirms"
grievance Thursday afternoon, the regimes in Jordan and Saudi Ara- raiders entered from Lebanon. tion of the Suez Canal.
its desire for peace but would not
They
were
identified
as
members
The
Syrian
official
said
he
based
bia,
the
Telegraph
reported.
members of the council continued
accept "scorning" of its rights
of
the
El
Fatah
terrorist
organiza-
his
statement
on
"information
re-
A Jordanian spokesman said
to study the report on the recent
and threats to its security. He
ceived
by
Syrian
authorities."
The
terrorist incursions into Israel, that King Hussein was in "no tion.
An Israeli patrol engaged four
press conference was held in the added that Syria would reply with
filed by Lt. Gen. Bull. Israel mood to be pushed around" and
armed Arab commandos, killing
Arab League Rome office. He said force to any Israeli "aggression,
filed a fresh letter to the that Jordan would not tolerate
three
and
wounding
one.
The
that,
according to this "informa- whatever the consequences."
council Tuesday bolstering its case "another Yemen tragedy" devel-
wounded
Arab
was
made
prison-
tion,"
the "pretext" for the "new
against Syria by pointing to one oping in Syria. As Jordan sees it,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
er. One Israeli died of Arab
aggression" would be "operations
more mining incident wounding an the Telegraph reported, the Syrian
gunfire.
of the Arab people to re-enter oc- 30—Friday, October 21, 1966
Israeli soldier, near the Syrian regime and the Syrian army are
An Israeli soldier was wounded cupied territory."
border, and continued official Sy- beginning to fall apart as a result
6
He made it plain he was refer-
rian threats against Israel's secur- of repeated coups and purges of Tuesday when an army command
4
ity. It was understood that, at the the army. This is seen as a threat car in which he was riding hit a ring to El Fatah guerilla attacks
council meeting Thursday, Comay to Jordan because it provides the mine in the Upper Galilee near on Israel, an issue currently be-
would list a total of nine El Fatah Soviets with an opportunity to es- the Syrian position of Tel Azzaziat. fore the United Nations Security
MIAMI
terrorist mining incidents perpe- tablish a Communist -,dominated The command car was being driv- Council, by adding that the Syrian
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ity for the Arab refugee move-
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The area of the incident was ment in Syria and will not impede
world.
Behind the scenes Wednesday,
the
place
where
several
Jewish
These developments m i g h t
efforts were under way toward
drafting a resolution, or possibly tempt President Nasser of Egypt National Fund workers were in-
two measures, in efforts to wind to move back into Syria to pre- jured several weeks ago when
their tractor hit a mine. Investi-
up the present controversy be- vent a collapse. The events also gators were sent to the scene. It
tween Israel and Syria. For any might lead Syria, through irre-
appeared that the mine must have
resolution to pass, it must receive sponsibility or desperation, to
been laid recently, since the patrol
touch
off
a
major
clash
with
Is-
a minimum of nine votes—and,
track is in constant use.
even then, it can be vetoed by the rael which would inevitably in-
T h r e e Israeli soldiers were
Soviet Union, which has taken the volve Jordan and the rest of the
slightly wounded Oct. 3, a little
Arab side completely in the pres- Arab world, the Telegraph re-
less than two miles from the Jor-
ent case, as it has in every other ported.
dan border, while on a motor
However,
Jordan's
w
es
ter
n
Arab - Israeli dispute before the
patrol in the Lahish area. The
council in the last 13 years. Other friends and many Jordanians were
attack appeared to be that of a
certain negative votes against any reported to be concerned about
group of El Fatah which am-
King
Hussein's
steadily
hardening
resolution that might seek to cen-
bushed the soldiers near the vil-
Syria.
Critics
of
King
line
toward-
sure Syria, as requested by Israel,
lage of Nehusha, while the Is-
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which are members of the coun- ing it as the height of folly for
main road.
cil. There was doubt also whether the Hussein regime to provoke
Israel lodged a complaint with
the African members on the coun- Syria and Egypt in view of Jor-
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But earlier, Jordan told Arab filtrators had come from Jordan.
Syrian resolution, and would per-
leaders
that its armed forces were However, an Israeli spokesman
haps abstain if any such measure
ready
for
any showdown with Is- voiced belief that the terrorists
were presented.
had come from Syria, and were
Nine members of the council rael and asked the Arab countries
members of the Syrian-based El
have spoken up either outright in to be alert to "thwart Israel's
Steve Alaimo
The Clefs of Lavender Hill
Fatah.
plotting,"
it
was
reported
here
favor of Israel's case or in sup-
There's fun for all the family at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
The Israel-Jordan Mixed Armis-
Monday
from
Amman.
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port of Israel's step to take the
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Another dispatch reported that tice Commission ruled that Jordan
issue to the council instead of
Lavender Hill appearing all through Xmas - New Year week
was
guilty
of
violating
the
armis-
for the young set ... Steve Alaimo, star of "Where the Action
resorting to retaliations against Syrian anti-aircraft artillery fired
tice agreement by not preventing
Is" on Xmas night ... tremendous programs of entertain-
Syria. These are the United States, at an unarmed Israeli plane in-
ment for guests of all ages.
the crossing into Israel of a group
side
Israeli
territory.
The
Israeli
Britain, France, Argentina, China,
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raiders
blew
up
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power
substa-
hats, dancing, great entertainment and everything else that
land and Uruguay. This, the "nose
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
will make this the greatest and most memorable New Year's
tion
in
the
Dead
Sea
area.
count" showed that, at best, even
celebration you have ever enjoyed ... it's all complimentary.
to The Jewish News)
The MAC meeting, under the
The commander of Egyptian
a mild resolution weighted toward
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* * *
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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
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LONDON — Jordanian officials people in the streets talk much
were reported, in a Daily Telegraph about war, many want to believe
dispatch Tuesday from Amman, that the "dynamics of peace will
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