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two accused Arabs—a 25-year-old
Iraqi traveling under the name of
Razan, and 24-year-old Mouna
Soudi of Jordan—to be hidden in
Copenhagen from Israeli security
agents who might be on their trail.
The third accused, Rolf Anders-
son of Sweden, was said to have
told police he had been recruited
by the PLA while stationed in the
Gaza Strip with the United Nations
peace-keeping force. The prosecu-
tion also said he gave police the
names of all members of the Swed-
ish Palestine groups known to him,
the newspaper reported.
The three men were arrested in
a hotel last Thursday as they
were about it to leave to board a
plane to Rio that was scheduled to
land shortly before Ben-Gurion's
last Friday. The Swede had a hand
grenade and a pistol.
The three have denied a charge
of attempted murder and illegal
possession of the weapons. Police
said the Arabs planned to arrive
at Rio's Gallao International Air-
port a few minutes before Ben-
Gurion's plane was to come in.
They planned to kill him then,
the officers said.
Sources close to Danish security
police said prosecution evidence in-
cluded detailed instructions issued
in the name of El Fatah for shoot-
ing or bombing Ben-Gurion shortly
after his landing. The instructions
allegedly included plans of the air-
port. Police also produced suit-
cases with false bottoms in which
were hidden three revolvers and
12 hand grenades.
According to police, air bookings
were to be arranged for the Arab
pair so that they would land at the
Rio airport 10 minutes before Ben-
Gurion's arrival. To do this the
Arabs had to catch a plane from
Zurich. Security officials say the
Swede was instructed to fly to
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Semitic in the sense that the Ger-
man nation was under Hitler." He
spoke at the 21st annual dinner of
Young Israel of Los Angeles.
"There is no legal barrier to the
observance of the Jewish religion
in Soviet Russia," he said. "But
there is no religious education
permitted for Jewish children. So-
viet Russia's anti-Semitism is like
anti-Semitism in many other coun-
tries. But Soviet Russia is definite-
ly anti-Israel and anti-Zionist."
"For some reason," he said,
"anti-Semitism, anti-Israel view
and anti-Zionism expressed official-
ly somehow awaken a yearning in
Soviet Jewish youth, who may
have already been almost totally
assimilated, for some relevance
with Judaism and Israel.
In New York, the Soviet Union
was accused this week of being
the leading exponent of anti-
Semitism and with carrying out
"a policy of massive cultural
persecution and spiritual slav-
ery" against its 3,000,008 Jewish
The charges were made at a
"protest study" held in connection
with observance of Shavuot at-
tended by 400 members of the
United States Youth.
The event was held at the Dag
Hammarskjold Plaza at the United
Nations in cooperation with the
Awrican Jewish Conference on
viet Jews recently arrested. Boris
The other is Ilya Ripps, who
tried to set fire to himself at the
foot of the Monument of Liberty in
Riga last April 13 and was arrest-
ed after Soviet marines beat out
the flames. His fate or where-
abouts are not known.
(A Jewish college student group
in Philadelphia known as Lapid-
Torch—recently bought a $100 Is-
rael Bond to be held in escrow in
Israel for Kochubiyevsky against
the possibility that he may emi-
In Mexico City, Jewish students
staged a demonstration in front of
the Soviet Embassy to protest the
repression of Soviet Jewry. The
students demanded the release of
Ripps. Police, called by embassy
officials, dispersed the crowd.
JERUSALEM (JTA)—There was
an open question today about Gen.
Itzhak Rabin's future: Would he
return from his post as Israel's
ambassador to the United States
and run for the Knesset on the Is-
rael Labor Party list? The for-
eign ministry denied such a pos-
sibility several weeks ago. But
press reports now say that Gen.
Rabin, chief of staff during the
Six-Day War, planned to take an
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NATO needs Israel as a base,
Ben - Gurion said that the question-
Rabbi Saul Teplitz. vice chair-
man of the conference, called the
Soviet Union ''the leading perpe-
trator of anti-Semitism in the world
today," citing the "vitrolic anti-
Zionist and anti - Israel propagan-
da" from the Soviet Union "which
feeds the prejudices of the anti-
Semite both within the Soviet Union
and throughout the world."
L. Kochubiyevsky of Kiev was ar-
rested in December 1968 after in-
forming Soviet party chief Leonid
Breshnev that he wanted his chil-
dren to get a Jewish education and
leading a Jewish life.
Wel cod Ccortg
meeting with President Costa e
Silva who told him that on a
visit to Gaza a few years ago
he had been struck by the con-
trast between Israel's flourish.
ing land and the bare Arab soil
The former premier was visibly
Sod!!'` . Jewry.
Rabbi Abraham Heschel said
that "Soviet Russia's treatment
of her Jewish citizens represents
the outstanding example of mas-
sive cultural persecution today,
of spiritual slavery."
The participants called for im-
mediate release of two young So-
Copenhagen to receive and hide the
couple and then get them on an
aircraft which would connect with
the Swiss flight.
Danish and Israeli agents traced
how the Swede made the bookings
for the Arabs and took them to
their hotel. Danish security police
and Israeli authorities have asked
Swedish security police to inves-
tigate the Swedish side of the case.
Israel has supplied the Danish
security police with a list of iden-
tified members of El Fatah. The
three were arrested after a cham -
bermaid had seen their weapons.
(In Jerusalem, Premier Golda
Meir expressed satisfaction that
the plot had not succeeded. She
made her statement at the begin-
ning of Sunday's cabinet meeting.)
Earlier, in Rio de Janeiro, Ben-
Gurion told the press he was satis-
fied with Golda Meir as head of
the Israeli government. He also
expressed hope his satisfaction
will continue. Asked whether
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 30, 1969-7
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