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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-06

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W. Bank Arabs Reported Kidnaped, Recruited by El Fatah

Lary spokesman reported. El Fatah Odd Bull to Defense Minister Gen. check on Israeli troop movements. the 14-member Arab League gath-
leaflets were found in the vicinity. Moshe Dayan. Gen. Bull said that Legum himself said he had no dif- ered there to discuss the results
in visiting Israel's frontiers of Dr. Jarring's mission.)
Six persons were slightly injured Egyptian authorities denied that ficulty
saw no military activity.
when a bomb exploded outside a Egyptian forces had crossed the and
(According to a report reaching
building on what had been the canal.
Washington from Amman, Jarring
A COCKTAIL
WHEN YOU
Israel
claims
that
the
marauders
dividing line between Israeli and
Jordan's capital reportedly
Jordanian Jerusalem before the laid mines on a patrol road ad- visited
to calm Arab fears of an Israeli
June 1967 war. Six persons were jacent to the canal near Ismailiya, assault. He reportedly told Egypti-
arrested. One of the injured, a and when Israeli troops in a jeep an Foreign Minister Mahmoud
woman, was hospitalized for shock. struck the mine, the Egyptians Riad who reportedly passed on Dr.
UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT. U. S. A. • 42 PROOF
The others were sent home after opened fire killing two and abduct- Jarring's comments to officials of
ing the other. In recent incidents
'receiving first aid.
West Bank Arabs visiting Jor- at the canal, Israel has responded
dan are frequently kidnaped by with firing everything from small
Arab terrorists and forced to un- arms to heavy artillery. But the
dergo commando training after cabinet's decision to use a diplo-
which they are sent back to Israeli matic approach apparently reflect-
territory to carry out "assign- ed concern for the safety and wel-
fare of the abducted soldier. Israeli
ments."
This information has been re- political circles were certain that
layed to Israeli authorities by resi- any council resolution condemning
dents of Nablus who visited Jor- Egypt would be vetoed by the So-
dan. They said the kidnaped West viet Union, but deemed it impor-
Bankers were taken -to El Fatah tant nevertheless to alert world
The most exciting
training centers where they were public opnion to the incident.
The cabinet apparently felt that
instructed in sabotage and the use
The most complete
of firearms and explosives. El Fa- it could also test the council's han-
dling
of
an
incident
in
which
the
tah resorts to kidnaping because
Selection we have ever
it has failed to recruit Arabs in available- evidence, including that
the Israel-occupied territories, the provided by Gen. Bull's observers,
offered for you to see!
apparently pointed to Egyptian re-
informants said.
A "tough as ever" policy by sponsibility.
Israel before the United Nations
LONDON (JTA)—Arab armies
Security Council was promised by and air forces are on a full-scale
Israel's chief delegate to the UN, alert in case a new Arab-Israel war
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah, when erupts as a result of expected
he left for New York Tuesday to heavy Israeli air raids on Jordan
Upwards
From
press Israel's complaint against towns and villages, according to re-
Egypt's alleged violation of the ports reaching here. Some diplo-
Others at $69.50
cease-fire in the Suez Canal Zone matic sources here believe that one
last week. Israel Monday called for possible explanation for the wave
an urgent meeting of the 15-nation of reports from Cairo and Damas-
body to consider the ambush kill- cus alleging that Israel is prepar-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
ing of two Israeli soldiers by ing an attack is that the Arabs may
to The Jewish News)
Egyptian
commandos and the kid- be trying to commit Russia into a
'UNITED NATIONS—Jordan and
Fine Clothes for Over 30 Years
"Middle East Czechoslovakia." Re- -
Saudi Arabia took cracks at Israel naping of a third soldier.
Tekoah,
who
cut
short
his
con-
porter
Colin
Legum
of
the
London
Tuesday at the opening session
15200 W. 7 Mile Road
3 Blocks East of Greenfield, Corner Sussex
here of the International Confer- sultations here to return to UN Sunday Observer reported from
headquarters,
said
there
was
no
Daily to 6:00 p.m., Monday and Thursday noon to 9:00 p.m.
ence of Ministers Responsible for reason why Israel should change Jerusalem that Arab anxieties are
Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
not supported by Western diplo-
Social Welfare. Israel replied by
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expressing hope that political dis- on the attitude on cease-fire viola- mats who have been asked to tOMFM7
cussions will be kept out of the tions it has adopted untill now.
Israel considers the Suez incident
seven-day parley.
During a speech discussing so- a "deliberate and planned military
cial welfare in Jordan, that na- attack" that flagrantly violated the
tion's chief delegate to the UN, June, _ 1967, cease-fire. So far,
Mohammed H. El-Farra, said that Egyptian authorities have dis-
Jordan faced a unique social wel- claimed any knowledge of the in-
fare situation in that one million cident in which, according to
of its Inhabitants had been evicted Israeli estimates, at least 30 com-
from their homes. "How is it pos- mandos participated. No Arab
sible to provide services to them?" guerrilla organizations have claim-
ed responsibility for it.
he asked.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban re-
El-Farra said he was in no posi-
tion to report to the conference portedly told United Nations peace
• With DAILY INTEREST you ears
about success in social welfare. envoy Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring this
every day on every dollar from
"All I can report is misery and week that reports mushrooming in
date of deposit to date of with-
suffering," he said. The envoy Arab capitals that Israel was about
drawal.
noted that the occupation of the to launch a major military assault
West Bank by Israel was "erasing against Jordan were "malicious
• Interest Is paid and compounded
all progress made by Jordan over fabrications."
January 1, April 1, July 1 and
Press and radio reports from
the years." "All aspects of life"
October 1.
there and "centuries-old values" Cairo, Baghdad, Amman and other
Arab capitals claimed that Israel
had been shaken, he declared.
Usual withdrawal privileges.

The Jordanian said that his planned to take advantage of the
Big
Power
preoccupation
with
the
c o u n t r y had planned to be
economically self-sufficient with- Czech crisis to launch an all-out
in seven years, but now all its attack aimed at destroying the
Arab terrorist bases in Jordan and
plans were frustrated.
Sheikh Abd Arrahman Abba Al- probably occupy the East Bank of
: Khail, Saudi Arabia's minister of the Jordan River.
Baghdad radio hinted that Israeli
labor and social affairs, said the
"ever-present threat of Israeli ag- forces planned an attack on Egypt
gression" in the Middle East had in retailation for the commando
compelled Arabia to devote a con- raid into Sinai. Eban is reported to
siderable portion of its energies have told Dr. Jarring that he did
to self-defense, which he said had not know why the Arabs were
to be given a higher priority than sounding alarms. He said that
while Dr. Jarring was not con-
social welfare.
Josef Burg, Israel's minister of cerned with incidents and rumors,
social welfare, exercising his right his mission nonetheless could be
' of reply, said he regretted that influenced by the atmosphere in
Jordan and Saudi Arabia had in- the area; this was being heated up
• Issued with 90 day, 6 month or
troduced political issues and as- by the Arabs and decreases Dr.
1 year maturity, automatically
sumptions into the discussion. He Jarring's chances of success,
renewed
termed those considerations "irre- Eban was reported to have said.
The UN envoy returned to his
levant."
• Issued in multiples of $1,000
The conference, held under aus- headquarters at Nicosia.
The foreign ministry flatly de-
pices of Secretary-General U
• Interest paid monthly or
Thant, is being attended by more nied Arab reports that United
quarterly as desired
Nations
Secretary
General
U
Thant
than 350 officials, including some
had
sent
a
warning
to
Israel
over
60 ministers and other cabinet
Your deposits are insured up to
members and advisers concerned alleged Israeli troop concentrations
$15,000 by the Federal Depose
with social welfare policy in 88 on the Jordanian border. A min-
Insurance Corporation.
istry spokesman said that • Thant
countries.
Dr. Moshe Kurtz, director-gen- sent no messages to Israel on the
IMMIER PEOCRAL DEPOSIT INSURANDMRPORATION
eral of the Israeli ministry and a subject either through Jarring,
delegation member,, is serving on as the Arab reports claimed, or
one of the four committees into through any other agency.
The Israel cabinet decided Sun-
which the plenary group is broken
down. His group will deal with day to seek a Security Council ses-
19201 Liver lidi
NATIONAL ASSOOIATION
at cambridao
issues involved in meeting man- sion after considering a report 13403 W. 7 Mile Rd.
1
Blk.
E.
of
Schaefer
OFFICES
THROUGHOUT
GREATER
DETROIT
brought from Cairo by Lt. Gen.
power needs for social welfare.

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Four Arabs were arrested as
suspects near the bombing scene.
Another was beaten bloody by the
crowd. Police formed a cordon to
defend 50 Arabs at the station.
The rioting that spilled over into
the adjacent community of Jaffa,
within walking distance of Mograbi
Square in downtown Tel Aviv,
surged through the narrow streets
of the formerly Arab seaport.
Some Arabs remained there after
the 1948 war.
The attack on the Israeli Army
unit near the Umm Tutz pass
e a r l y Tuesday precipitated an
exchange of fire that lasted 30
minutes, a military spokesman re-
ported. Israeli return fire silenced
the Jordanion gunners. There were
no Israeli casualties.
A military spokesman had no
comment Tuesday on a Syrian re-
•port that two Syrian soldiers were
killed when Israeli forces allegedly
opened fire Monday along the
cease-fire demarcation line. The
.spokesman said he had no knowl-
edge of the Syrian report.
Saboteurs wrecked a telephone
pole north of Eilat Monday night,
but the wires were promptly re-
paired and there was no interrup-
tion of telephone service, a mili-

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