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April 17, 1970 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-17

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(Continues from Page 22)
statement released to the press by
the UAR mission to the UN, Dr.
El-Zayyat told Dr. Bunche that
"American-supplied Phantom jets
and other forms of assistance
from the United States enabled
Israel to carry out such barbaric
attacks.")
(New York Times correspondent
Raymond H. Anderson reported
from Cairo that foreign newsmen
were taken to El Husseiniya to
View dead and wounded children.
"About 12 bodies were in the mor-
gue. The other dead, a hospital
official said, had already been re-
moved by their parents," Ander-
son wrote.

A military spokesman said at
least 10 settlements came under
fire in 24 hours.
A captured Arab saboteur
claimed in court that the reason
he infiltrated Israeli territory with
an El Fatah band was to convert
to Judaism and then go to the
United States. But the court never-
theless sentenced 30 year - old Abed
Bakou who was captured in a
skirmish with an Israeli patrol.

most serious action occurred in
and around the Suez Canal zone.
Three Israeli soldiers were killed
there last Friday afternoon when
their vehicle struck a mine north
of Kantara.
Targets of Katyusha rockets, ap-
parently fired by guerrilla forces,

were Kiryat Shemona near the
Lebanese border, Beisan township
facing the Jordian demarcation
line, Moshav Margaliot in Upper
Galilee, Kaliya on the north shores
of the Dead Sea and the potash
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Cairo radio had claimed that
30 children in Bahr el Bakar
primary school were killed and
46 other persons including 36
children were wounded. Ander-
son said the bodies in the mor-
gue were torn by shrapnel, and
children in the hospital, age 7
to 12 were covered with blood

and bandages.)
According to Egyptian sources,
the bombing was carried out by
two American-built Phantom jets.
In a broadcast statement April 8,
Gen. Dayan said, "What could
have happened here was irrespon-
sibility of high order, that the
Egyptians had set aside a floor
or some rooms in a military struc-
ture for civilan purposes such as
a school."
Last Feb. 13, Israeli bombers hit
a metal factory at Abu Zabal, kill-
ing 86 civilian workers. Israel
promptly admitted that raid and
said it was a tragic accident due
to a navigational error.
Five Israeli Soldiers Killed
on Egyptian Front; Israeli
Settlements Under Fire
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Air force
jets blasted targets about 20 miles
inside Egypt Monday and also
raked Egyptian military positions
in the central and southern sectors
of the Suez Canal zone.
An Israeli soldier was killed
Sunday by Egyptian fire in the
southern section of the canal zone.
A military spokesman reported
heavy artillery exchanges across
the waterway. A bazooka shell
was fired at an Israeli car in the
Jordan Valley near Nahal Mehola
Sunday. There were no casualties.
Four Israeli soldiers were killed
on the Egyptian front last week-
end as new fighting erupted there
and flared all along Israel's bor-
Hers and cease-fire lines from the
Lebanese frontier in the northwest
to the desert reaches south of the
Dead Sea.
Eight Arab guerrillas were
killed in the latter region Saturday
night in a clash with an Israeli
patrol. A suspected terrorist was
killed in the Gaza Strip Sunday
morning when he tried to escape
an identity check.
Two residents of the Arab town
of Ramallah were wounded when
a hand grenade exploded in a
street Sunday.
A five year-old Arab boy was
killed instantly and his three year-
old brother was fatally wounded
by a terrorist's grenade hurled
in a Gaza street April 9. The
grenade was aimed at an Israel
Army patrol but missed its mark
and exploded on the pavement.
More than a dozen Israeli set-
tlements came under Katyusha
rocket fire last Friday and Satur-
day from behind the. Lebanese
and Syrian borders and in the
Beisan and Jordan valleys. The
only casualties were two settlers
who were wounded.
A military spokesman said the

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