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July 30, 1971 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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Hebrew U. Arab Graduate Admits Heading Gang Responsible for Bombings

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A terrorist
gang responsible for a series of
bombing incidents in Tel Aviv and
other cities dating back to 1969
has been apprehended and has
confessed to the crimes. Israeli
security authorities disclosed.
The gang was headed by 26-
year-old Abdul Malek Dhamshe,
a lawyer from Nazareth who
graduated from the Hebrew Uni-
versity in 1969 and has made a
practice of defending alleged
terrorists brought to trial.
Three other members of the
gang were also identified as Is-
raeli Arabs. The fourth was a resi-
r1 "nt of Nablus on the West Bank,
) acted as contact man between

the terrorist command and the
Israeli-Arab cell.
According to the authorities, the
accused admitted parking a car
loaded with explosives on Keren
Kayemeth Blvd. near Dizengoff
St. in Tel Aviv two years ago. The
car exploded, causing severe dam-
age to nearby buildings but no
casualties despite the crowds on
the street at the time.
About a month after that inci-
dent, two explosive charges went
off on a parking lot near a Haifa
movie house- A year later, two
more cars filled with dynamite
exploded in residential areas of
Natanya. Authorities said the gang
members admitted responsibility
for each bombing.
Gaza Strip Families
The said that Dhamshe took
over leadership of the El Fatah
Ready to Quit Camps
cell, after its former leader, Sa-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israeli ban Jaris fled to Lebanon. Jaris
sources close to the military gov- also a lawyer, had been prac-
ernment said that Arab families ticing in Haifa.
in the Gaza Strip refugee camps
are starting to respond to Israeli
Dhamshe's arrest was de-
efforts to get them to move to nounced by the local Commu-
better quarters.
nist Party in Nazareth, which
Several families from the Jeba- alleged that he was being pun-
liya camp, a hotbed of crime and
terrorist activity, have already
transferred to new dwellings in
the area.
The sources indicated that many
more families may be willing to
leave the camps for work villages
or agricultural settlements. The
refugee camp population in the
Gaza Strip now numbers 200,000
with Jebaliya, the largest of the
camps, containing 42,000.

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cused Israeli authorities of mis-
treating suspects. Other circles
in Nazareth said, however, that
if Dhamshe and his partners are
proven guilty they should be
punished.

Five Arab terrorists, all of them
on the "wanted" list, were killed
in Gaza Sunday after an all-night
pursuit and gun battle with an
Israeli patrol.

The terrorists were identified as
members of the Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine. There
were no Israeli casualties.

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The terrorists took refuge in the
Falouja School in the Rimal sec-
tion of Gaza which was surrounded
by Israeli forces. Their bodies
were taken to a nearby hospital,
where several local women later
staged a minor demonstration in
which Israeli police did not inter-
fere.
An estimated 100 women and
children from the camp assem-
bled outside the UNWRA head-
quarters. Israeli authorities ex-
plained that the road was being
built for security reasons and
would benefit the camp residents.

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