21 Popular Front Members Are Rounded Up in Crackdown on Terror Ring
targets for sabotage
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Twen-
ty-one members of the Popu-
lar Front for the Liberation
of Palestine have been ar-
rested 'as Israel's security
forces cracked down on one
of the largest terrorist rings
operating in the Gaza Strip.
The ring is believed to
have been involved in recent
acts of sabotage and terror,
including the political mur-
ders of Father Nimri, the
priest of an Arab Catholic
parish in Gaza, and Ismaeil
el Arbiti, chairman of the
in Mexico City ..,
Shati refugee camp neigh-1 he described as a hunting Rakah Communist MK Avra-
party, managed to crawl to a ham Levenbrun.
borhood , council.
According to the charges,
Israeli forc,-,s seized a 'highway and get help.
and Livneh were in
large quantity of automatic
weapons during a series of in a Haifa District Court contact with Ahmed Halidi,
surprise raids that netted against the 17 remaining sus- an El Fatah agent who en-
the PFLP members. pects in the Syrian spy ring tered Israel through the
The raids followed a shoot- I case, four of them Jews. All summer visits program.
out at a terrorist hideaway pleaded not guilty and will Halidi allegedly asked them
to provide information on
a week ago in. which three go on trial next month.
Two of the• Jews, Yehez- strategic installations which
wanted terrorist leaders, in-
eluding the self-styled "Che kel Cohen, 30, and David
Kupfer, 32, were charged
Guevara," were killed.
Three Arabs from Abu with direct connection with
Shein village in Western the Syrian-directed Arab-
Galilee were killed March Jewish spy ring headed by
14 and a fourth was injured, a Haifa book seller, Daoud
when their jeep hit a mine Osman Turki.
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The two other Jews, Mali
on a dirt road near Matzuba
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I Lerman and Rami Livneh,
on the Lebanese border.
The incident was discover- both 27, were accused of con-
ed when the injured Arab, tacts with an El Fatah agent.
who was a member of what Livneh is the son of the
REHOVOT — Eight from
e Weizmann Institute have
.ieen invited to participate in
the Mexican-Israeli Scientific
Symposia early next month
in Mexico City. The sympos-
ia, to mark the 25th , a•nivers-
ary of the state of Israel, are
being held on the initiative of
the Mexican Jewish commun-
ity and with its material sup-
Included in the 20-strong
Israeli delegation, organized
by the Israel National Coun-
cil for Research and Develop-
ment, will be Weizmann In-
stitute Profs. Israel Dostrov-
sky, acting president, Gvirol
Goldring, Ephraim Katchal-
ski, Harry Lipkin, Chaim L.
Pekeris, Leo Sachs, Michael
Eela and Igal
and proposed smuggling
arms and ammunition into
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