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February 28, 1969 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-28

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2. Young Bombing
Victims
Buried; Arab Suspects Held

Human Rights, now meeting in bassy but were halted by police
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Many responsible for these "irregular there last Dec. 26, killing an Is- Geneva, to "condemn those respon-
short of their mark.
raeli, said they thought the Zurich
housewives brought bouquets of forces."
sible for the attempted murder of
attack
would
help
their
clients'
THE
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
flowers Sunday to the employes of
A call for strikes in Jerusalem
innocent civilian person at Zurich."
Friday, February 28, 1969-9
Supersol, Israel's largest super- by Jordanian press and radio fail- case. Jacques Verges and Amar
Ben
Tumi
told
newsmen
that
they
In London, Arab students dem-
market, but the bright spring col- ed to materialize in the city. There
would
ask
prisoner
of
war
status
onstrators
burned
an
Israeli
flag
ors could not overcome the evid- was a small response to it on the
for the defendents. They said they near the Israel Embassy here Sun-
OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
ence of grisly destruction wrought West Bank.
would argue that their clients' day. A can of oil used to soak the
by a terrorist bomb last Friday.
The CARIBE MOTEL
A new rash of school strikes actions were not criminal but an flag was ignited and several dem-
PROVIDES YOUR
The two victims of the Supersol spread in West Bank towns Mon-
act
of
war.
onstrators
and
police
were
singed,
bombing, Leon Kaner, 21, of Net- day, apparently in response to
WITH . . .
In Amsterdam, the Schiphol Air- after which the demonstration
anya, and Edward Jaffe, 22, of calls on the Amman radio and
CONVENIENT LOCATION
broke up. It was organized by the
Woodward pear 7 Mlle Rd.
Kiron, a Tel Aviv suburb, were local incitement. The strikes were port Aviation Service, the agency
Minutes away from everything
buried Sunday side by side as against what was termed "Israel's responsible for security at one of "Friends of Palestine" and first
LUXURIOUS ROOMS
thousands stood by. They were measures in the occupied terri- Europe's largest airfields, stepped marched on the United States Em-
• Phones • Air Conditioning
up measures for El Al planes fol- bassy where a letter of protest was
• Complete Kitchens
friends., roommates and students tories."
• Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
left.
lowing
the
attack
in
Zurich.
together_ at Hebrew University.
Meanwhile, attention focused
COMPLETE
As
a
general
rule,
El
Al
planes
The
marchers,
estimated
at
They had been buying canned food
on the fate of Mordechai Racha-
ACCOMMODATIONS
about 1,000 young Arabs, then
for botanical field trip when they min, 22, Iraqi-born former Israeli touch down on Schipol Airport five
AT NO EXTRA COST '
moved toward the Israel Em-
were blown to bits.
paratrooper who killed one of times a week. The New York-
• TV and Real) • Parking
Lydda
airliners
usually
put
down
• Continental Breakfast
Fourteen East Jerusalem and four Arab terrorists in the at-
PHONE
West Rink Arabs were remanded tack at Zurich's Kloten Airport, here for about an hour before pro-
ELECTRONIC
ceeding to the United States or
c)emco
in custody, in connection with the which injured a pilot.
TO 8-2662
returning to Lydda, but the El Al
GARAGE DOOR
bombing. Another 91 Arabs round-
He reportedly admitted to Zurich plane which arrives here Friday
ed up for questioning after the District Attorney Dr. Jurg Rohberg
OPENER
Rates
blast linve been released, police that he was a member of Israeli afternoon stays over until after
Moderate
said. A ; blackout has been clamp- security forces and said that he sundown Saturday. Special guards
generally
stand
guard
over
it.
Start at
ed on _the :nrogress of the investi- had fired in defense of the plane,
There have been no incidents here.
gation.c. '
$8.00
its passengers and crew.
Dr. Edzo Toxopeus, a Liberal
Legal experts said that under member of the Netherlands Par-
Two.-.4if- the Arabs retained in
Neer
7 Mile Row!
eustedy -ly a Jerusalem magistrate Israeli or Anglo- Saxon law he liament, called on Foreign Minis-
are employes of the supermarket, would be aquitted automatically ter Joseph Luns to press for action
19630
Call Evenings Until 9
the largest in Jerusalem.
on grounds of self-defense, but by the UN Security Council to pre-
Woodward
353-3284
The supermarket reopened for under Swiss law, he faces charges vent a repetition of the Zurich at-
business Sunday and was thronged, of either homicide or manslaugh- tack. The El Al office in Frank-
possible
maximum
sen-
mostly by Israelis who wanted to ter and a
furt said the airline was cooperat-
view the damage to the rear of the tence of 20(years in prison unless ing fully with German police to
store, which is part of a chain in the judge decides that there were protect Israeli aircraft.
several municipalities. Nine per- extenuating circumstances in his
A spokesman for the West Ger-
sons were injured in the blast— favor.
man government denounced the
the eighth terrorist bombing since The three surviving Arab terror- incident in Bonn. The International
the .1967 war. All told, 15 persons ists also face long prison terms if Confederation of Trade Unions in
have died and 151 have been in- convicted. It was expected that Brussels called for intergovern-
jured in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv they will be charged, among other mental action to prevent further
bombings. things, with attempted murder, in- assaults on civilian airlines.
The trade union group endorsed
About 150 persons, mostly flicting bodily injury, wilful de-
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shopping—at 11 a.m., one of the disrupting air traffic. Swiss police deploring any act likely to en-
were reportedly searching for three
peak shopping hours—when the other Arabs believed to have been danger the lives of passengers and
employes of the air transport in-
explosion sent goods flying and
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accomplices of the four who car- dustry.
broke glass. They ran screaming
out the attack.
into the streets. Police said that ried
The Egyptian ambassador to
and it's all close
Rachamin reportedly described
Mexico has issued a statement
the explosives consisted of "pri- the Feb. 18 events to Dr. Rohberg.
press praising the
mitive gelignite charges" placed
to
the
local
to home
He reportedly said he was in a
in coffee cans on a shelf among state of shock after the shooting activities of Arab terrorists
against Israel, especially the at-
oil cans.
began, and he saw a crew member
About 15 minutes after the store stagger out of the plane's cockpit tack at Zurich. According to
had been cleared, a second some- streaming blood. He left the plane Ambassador liamdi Abouzeid,
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the
world."
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ists
East Jerusalem and detonated
ly at the man aiming a rifle after
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The
Cairo
press
voiced
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a field.
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Al Abram, the semi-official
General Moshe Gur-On. Under
November which killed 12 persons
cruising and increased stability. "THE PLAIN
Cairo
newspaper,
said
the
attack
and wounded 55. After that inci- Zurich cantonal procedure, he
GOOD DEAL" is here !
showed that the "Palestine resist-
dent, angry young roving Israelis will be allowed legal counsel
- beat up Arabs. To head off inci- only toward the end of the pre- ance is determined to chase the
enemy
on
all
fronts.
There
is
no
• Dynamic Balancing
dents Friday, police escorted Arabs liminary investigation. He had
force on earth which can prevent
in West Jerusalem to their homes
not yet seen a lawyer.
• Free Installation
Palestinians from fighting for
and moved into East Jerusalem to! , Dr. Georg Freitvilla, legal ad- their legitimate right to national
viser to the Israeli Consulate here,
forestall rioting.
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existence." Al Gomhouria declared
In Amman, the Popular Front said- that the trial of Rachamim, that the attack underscored the
and Service Specialists
for the Liberation of Palestine, a who has not been officially charg- "Palestinians' decisive refusal to
guerrilla organization, claimed cre- ed, could start at the earliest late accept mass extermination, injus-
Security
Charge

dit for the bombing as it did for next summer or in the fall. Swiss tice and suppression that they con-
the Feb. 18 terrorist submachine- Federal Attorney General Hans
front daily," apparently in a refer-
• Michigan Bankard
gun attack on an El Al jetliner in Walder said in Bern that it might ence to the occupied territories.
JOE STAMELL
start later if the case came up be-
Zurich.
Two right-wing Beirut news-
fore
a
federal
court
instead
of
the
Joe
Stamell's
Israel held its anger in check
papers , voiced disapproval. One
and took no reprisal action for the Zurich cantonal court. This was said the raid was an "embarrass-
incidents. But Gideon Raphael, di- not considered likely, however.
The El Al Boeing jet flew home ment to commandos" and the
rector-general of the foreign min-
other saw it as providing Israel
istry, raised the possibility of re- Monday following preliminary re- with an opportunity to disseminate
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Phone 549-7350
at 131/2 Mile Road, Royal Oak
damage at at least 8100,000. The
dent.
The
World
Jewish
Congress
de-
wounded
pilot
trainee,
Yoram
Asserting that the Palestinian
nounced the attack in Zurich as
And Now—To Serve Our Friends
guerrilla groups have "extended Peres, was still hospitalized. Doc- "inhuman and dastardly." Dr.
in the Rochester Area
themselves from Zurich to Jeru- tors said he was rapidly recover- Joachim Prinz, chairman of its
salem, from Athens to Gaza," he ing from wounds that had neces- governing council, also urged the
said, "they should know that this sitated emergency surgery.
(In Athens, Algerian lawyers UN "to avoid any appearance of a
country's arm is not short either."
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Excluding Syria, he said Egypt, who will defend two Arab terror- and urged the UN Commission on
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