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July 11, 1969 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-11

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Successes Scored by Israel in Air Combat

(Continued from Page 1) '
- But. Cairo, Radio claimed Tues-
day *it- Egyptian commandos had
killed:MI- Israeli soldiers and wiped
Oat nil Israeli rocket site. The
Egyptians conceded the loss of
five Men but alleged that their
WWI: : destroyed two trucks, a
tank and all of the rockets in a
five-hour battle.
According to an Israeli military
spokesman the Jordan Valley ac-
tions occurred before midnight
sear Umm Sidra Pass where
seven' saboteurs were killed and
near Umm Tutz Pass where two
more lost their lives. He said the
attempted infiltration for sabotage
purposes apparently followed a
"green light" given by King Hus-
sein of Jordan to the guerrillas
once repairs were completed on
Jordan's East Ghor irrigation
canal. The canal was sabotaged
by Israeli commandos recently in
retaliation for attacks on Israeli
settlements from Jordan. Jordan
ian attacks tapered off afterwards
and Israeli gunners permitted Jor-
danian workmen to repair the
canal.
The spokesman said King Hus-
sein promised the guerrillas con-
tinued support but asked them to
establish bases in Israel-held ter-
ritory rather than attack Israel
from Jordanian bases. He said
large quantities of fire arms and
explosives were found with the
slain saboteurs.
Two Israeli settlements in the
northern Beisan Valley south of
Lake Tiberias were hit by Kat-
yusha' rocket fire Monday night.
The targets. Shaar Hagolan and
Deganya Bet, sustained some dam-
age but no casaulties were report-
ed.
Israeli security officials announc-
ed Tuesday that five Hebron Arabs
were arrested last week on charges
of plotting to detonate a carload
of explosives on a Jerusalem
street. According to the report.
Israeli authorities were tipped off
and a search in Hebron yielded

four caches of arms and explosives
and the alleged "death car." The
latter, it was said, was to have
been driven to a busy intersection
of Jerusalem. The explosives were
to have been detonated by a tim-
ing device. It was learned that one
of the Arabs arrested was suspect-
ed of having been involved in the
Mahneh Yehuda market bombing
in Jerusalem last year.
Israeli jet fighters shot down
two Egyptian MIG-2I jets in
a battle over the Sharm el
Sheildi stronghold at the en-
trance to the Gulf of Aqaba, Ac-
cording to Israeli forces, the en-
gagement began when Israeli
jets on patrol duty intercepted
four Egyptian MIGs. All Isaeli
planes were reported to have re-
turned safely to their bases.
In other action, an Israeli Army
officer was killed and two others
were wounded in a continuing
Egyptian artillery attack along the
Suez Canal. The fatality was Isra-
el's second in 24 hours in the Canal
Zone. A military spokesman said
the Egyptian fire was concentrated
south of Quantara and in the vi-
cinity of Port Tawfik at the
canal's southern access.
The El Fatah command in Am-
man claimed today that it had
foiled an attempt by "Israeli
agents" to assassinate El Fatah
leader Yassir Arafat. A state-
ment broadcast by Amman ra-
dio offered no evidence however
that an allegedly explosive-filled
parcel addressed to the guerrilla
commander originated with Is-
raelis.
The statement said that the par-
cel was delivered to the Amman
headquarters of Assifa. El Fatah's
military arm, by a messenger wear-
ing an Iraqi Army uniform with
the rank of lieutenant. The parcel
was found to contain a plastic
charge and a detonator and was
rendered harmless by an El Fatah
bomb squad, the statement said. It
added, "El Fatah has once again
foiled this latest attempt by Israeli

Egyptimis=Disturbed by Setbacks

intelligence and their agents to
liquidate the leaders of the revo-
lution."
A high ranking Israeli military
officer assessed the situation
along the various cease-fire lines
and predicted "a long bet sum-
mer" especially in the Suez Ca-
nal sector. The officer, who pre-
ferred not to pe identified, said
Israel's recent commando sorties
against strategic targets deep in-
side Egypt were not retaliatory
attacks but measures taken to
discourage increased aggression
by the Egyptians. So far, they
have been successful.
The o'ficer said the situation on
the Lebanese border was quiet
despite the presence of 600-800
Arab guerrillas in southern Leba-
non. He said that if that border
"warmed up" appropriate counter-
measures would be taken.

Friday, July 11, 1969-9

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(Continued from Page 1)
There have also been reports of tary command, Dr. Mohammed el-
serious training accidents in the Zayyat, the chief spokesmen for
air force. Egyptian leaders are Nasser, replied: "To be disappoint
said to be deeply disturbed with the ed one must have had hope.")
condition of their air force since
(Newsweek this week carried
they are convinced that air power these two items:
will be the decisive factor in any
("Egypt's Unmanned Air Force:
new war with Israel.
(Newsweek reported this week Even though the Egyptian Air
Force has nearly regained the
that, when asked to comment on strength
it had prior to the six-day
war of June 1967, President Nasser
is almost powerless to prevent Is-
Sisco's Mission
raeli attacks of the sort launched
last week or to retaliate in kind.
Displeases Israel
Nasser has 330 Russian-built jet
(Continued from Page 1)
fighters and 52 bombers parked on
them to remain. tarmacs — but no more than 120
The State Department official Egyptian pilots to fly them. It is
was interviewed on the eve of his estimated that Egypt needs 400
departure for London, Paris and pilots to gain air superiority in the
Moscow in quest of Mid-Eastern Mid East. Note: it takes up to two
peace. He will engage in a limited years to qualify as a jet pilot."
round of bilateral talks with high
("Growing Israeli Air Power:
Soviet officials in Moscow. In this Not only is Israel now expected to
connection, Sisco stated Tuesday get the 50 Mirage jet fighter-bomb-
that some progress has emerged ers promised by French President
from the bilateral discussions but Georges Pompidou last week, but
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He said that the United States bombers later this year. The new
and Russia hoped to come closer French and American jets would
together so that direct talks could I more than satisfy Israel's air re-
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