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February 27, 1970 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-27

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Bombing Continues; Israel Suffers Casualties

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

While the international commu-
nity was seeking a solution to Arab
terrorism in the world's capitals,
bombing continued on both sides
of the Suez Canal.
Israeli jets resumed the bomb-
ing of Egyptian military positions
in the Suez Canal after a two-day
tail. A half hour attack this after-
noon hit artillery batteries and
other targets in the southern sec-
tion of the waterway. A military
spokesman said two Israeli soldiers
were wounded today in an ex-
change of fire with Egyptian forces
in the canal zone.
Egyptian jets attacked Israeli
positions in the southern section of
the Suez Canal zone three times
Feb. 19. According to a military
spokesman a morning attack caused
no casualties or damage. He said
there were no casualties either in

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Dr. Moshe in the Jewish Agency executive
Sneh, leader of the Israel Com- at one time as a representative of
munist Party, has asked for and the General Zionist movement. He

Abram Quits Brandeis
to Run for Senate

two afternoon raids. An Israeli sol-
dier, Sgt. J. Almalan, 21, of Tel
Aviv, was killed in an exchange of
fire between Israeli and Egyptian
forces in the canal zone. Another
soldier was wounded in a fire ex-
change in the northern sector of
the zone.
Israeli air force jets were
called in Tuesday night to help
silence Egyptian batteries which
had heavily shelled Israeli posi-
tions In the southern sector of
the Suez Canal near Port Tewfik.
Israeli ground units responded
to the shelling in an exchange
which lasted several hours. Air
force attacks brought a dwindling
of the Egyptian firing and its ter-
mination, officials reported Wed-

,

nesday.

One Israeli soldier and eight lo-
cal Gaza Strip Arabs were injured
during the past 24 hours in three
hand grenade incidents. A grenade
thrown at an Israeli army vehicle

Tuesday east of Gaza missed and
hit some Arabs. Seven were in-
jured.
The soldier was injured in the
second grenade attack aimed at an
Israeli civilian vehicle north of
Khan Yunis.
Later a grenade was hurled at
an empty Israeli bus in Gaza but
caused no damage to the vehicle.
A group of civilian workers near

Friday, February 27, 1970-3

Israel Communist Head t o Address Zionist Body

been given permission to address
the current session of the Zionist
General Council, it was disclosed.
Dr. Sneh's party broke with the
Soviet Union over it policy on Is-
rael at the time of the Six-Day
War and condemned the invasion
of Czechoslovakia.
Dr. Sneh, one time commander
Misgav Am in North Galilee was
the target of small arms fire from of the Hagana, pre-state Jewish
Lebanon but suffered no casual- defense force in Palestine, served
ties. A covering group returned
the fire.
GIFT & FRUIT
Security forces shot and killed
BASKETS
an Arab who violated a curfew
Order Direct From
imposed in the Hebron area after
Rodnick Bros.
the killing Monday of a Michigan
tourist whose bus was machine-
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gunned. The Arab was challenged
and tried to run away. Three ter-
GARDENS
rorists who owned houses in He-
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bron area villages were blown up
World-Wide Delivery
Tuesday.

has made public statements re-
cently that his tiny party might
join a world Jewish movement if
its structure were different from
that of the present world Zionist
organization.

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Morris Abram has resigned
as president of Brandeis Uni-
versity to run for the U.S. Sen-
ate iirt New York, it was an-
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