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January 19, 1968 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-19

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Leader Betrays Terrorist Ring Curfew Imposed in North Sinai

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire -
to The Jewish News)

Questioning of the arrested men eral villages in northern Sinai after
led to the discovery of a large
the driver of an oil truck was
TEL AVIV — Nine members of
cache of arms, the authorities
seriously injured when the vehicle
the El Fatah gang facing trial by
said.
struck a mine east of El Arish.
military tribunals for attempting
In Gaza Monday, Israeli army The man was taken to El Arish
to blow up the Zion Cinema in
Jerusalem last October and other sappers blew up several buildings airport and flown to a hospital in
terrorist acts, learned Wednesday presumed to have sheltered Arab Israel.
that it was their own leader who terrorists who tossed a hand gren-
Terrorists operating from Jor-
betrayed them to Israeli security ade into a jeep carrying two Is-
dan set fire to an oil storage
raeli soldiers. Neither of the sol-
authorities.
tank about two miles south of
diers was reported injured.
Eilat, Israel's southernmost port
The Syrian-trained terrorist and
late Sunday night, in one of the
A curfew was imposed on sev-
sabotage ring was rounded up
most daring acts of sabotage yet
swiftly after the cinema-bombing
perpetrated, a military spokes-
attempt in what was hailed as an `Extreme Right, Left Hold
man announced. The terrorists
extraordinary piece of police work.
also lobbed mortar shells into
Same
Biased
Views'
But the Israeli authorities had been
the eastern suburbs of Eilat in a
given the names of the gang mem
LONDON (JTA)— Contemporary
diversionary attack to cover the
hers and told where to find them anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism
escape of the saboteurs.
and their caches of weapons and are shared by the extreme right
A Jordanian mortar attack
explosives. The informant was the and the extreme left and "with a
against
Moshav Beth Yossef in the
gang leader, known as "Dr. Nur," few exceptions are strikingly sim-
Beisan
Valley Monday morning
who was picked up in a routine ilar, indeed identical," Prof. Arieh
security check in Jerusalem and Tartakower, chairman of the Is- drew return fire from Israeli mor-
tars.
No
casualties or damage were
found to be in illegal possession of raeli branch of the World Jewish
reported in the exchange. Explo-
a revolver. He confessed all and Congress, declared here.
sives found under a small bridge
will be brought to trial separately.
Prof. Tartakower, who addressed in the Jenin area of the West Bank,
Seven members of the gang, in- the British branch of the World Jan. 13, were dismantled without
cluding one woman, went before a Hebrew Union (Brit Ivrit Olamit), causing damage.
military tribunal in Lydda Wednes- of which he is also chairman, said
The Eilat incident was the first
day. The trial of two other mem- that the phenomenon dates from attack by terrorists against oil
bers will begin next week.
last June's Six-Day War. "Since facilities in Israel. A military
then, the extreme right and the spokesman said the attack occurred
Earlier, security authorities
extreme left have been united in at about 10 p.m., local time. The
disclosed that 40 Arabs belong-
their
hatred of Israel, which spills Eilat fire brigade fought the blaze,
ing to the so-called Palestine
over into anti-Semitism of the type and had it out by 2 a.m. Sunday,
Liberation Army were arrested
we
knew
before," he said. morning.
during the nights of Jan. 11 and

The mortar barrage began about
an hour and a half after the at-
tack on the oil tank, but the shells
hit open ground and caused no
casualties. Footprints of the mor-
tar squad members were found
more than 100 yards from the Jor-
danian border, along with mortar
shell fuses.

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12, in the Gaza Strip, among
them a number of officers smug-
gled into the region from Jordan.

Expose Bias in
`Executive Suites'

(Continued from Page 1)

portation, oil, electronics, securi-
ties, and other corporate struc-
tures. An ADL study showed few-
est Jows in oil and most in the se-
curities firms. The commission
made note of the fact that, in us-
ing findings obtained by "surname
recognition"—as incorporated into
the ADL study—the government
did not endorse the validity of this
method. P••l "hy the same token
we have no reason to believe that
the method Produces data that are
grossly discrepant from the true
state of affairs." the ocimnission

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bank officers to be Jewish. Dis-
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and AJC studies were cited by the
government to show the difficulty
of compiling statistics on anti-Sem-
itism. Yet the main point was ac-
cepted that the number of Jews .
in the banking business, for in-
stance, was far smaller than their
percentage in the population. The
commission cited studies indicat-
ing that "although Jews share the
same career goals as non-Jews,
they encounter employer attitudes
that prevent the fulfillment of
these goals. The under-utilization
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• •

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK—The Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith reported
Wednesday that 87 percent of the
private employment agencies in
New York and five other cities
it had approached in a random
sampling disregard federal, state
and local statutes which forbid
employment discrimination. Of 388
agencies queried in New York, Los
Angeles, Phoenix, Atlanta, Chicago
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cepted orders for a "white gentile"
or 'white protestant' secretary.
The study was part of a general
ADL report on white collar em-
ployment practices and problems
being submitted to the Federal
Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission. Arnold Forster, gen-
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only did an overwhelming majority
of the agencies accept discrimina-
tory job orders, but their comments
revealed an utter disregard for
fair employment laws."

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