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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, March 7, 1975

Sweet Research at Ben-Gurion U.

Israel Expels Five Arabs After Wave of Bombing Incidents

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
recent rash of bomb and
grenade incidents on the
West Bank, in Jerusalem
and other parts of Israel is
believed to have prompted
the expulsion of five Arabs
held in administrative de-
tention in connection with
alleged subversive activities.
The five were escorted by
military authorities to a
United Nations checkpoint
on the Lebanese border and
expelled into Lebanon.
They were identified as
Abdullah Soriani and Mah-
moud Skariat of East Jeru-
salem; Sulieman Najob, of
Ramallah; Hassan Hammed
Sawalha, of Gaza; and Mah-
moud Bani Hassan, of Ar-
bouni, a village in the Sa-
maria district of the West
Bank. The latter was serv-
ing a seven-year prison sent-
ence for infiltration from
Jordan and establishing a
terrorist cell for sabotage on
the West Bank.
Soriani, Skariat and Na-
job were detained for mem-
bership in the Palestine
National Front, an under-
ground group on the West
Bank associated with the
Jordanian Communist
Party. Sawalha was also

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held on charges of subver-
sive activities. Although the
five men were in confine-
ment during the recent
bombing episodes, their
ouster was viewed as a
warning to others. The var-
ious incidents caused some
damage but no casualities.

vegetable stall. in the Petah
Tikva market place.
The bomb and timing de-
vice was concealed in a ciga-
rette box buried beneath
cases of vegetables. Police
cordoned off the area and
detained several persons for
questioning.

Police in Jaffa, mean-
while, are holding 36 Ar-
abs out of 250 detained for
questioning in connection
with the explosion of a
hand grenade concealed in
a bush outside of a resi-
dential building. The
grenade, believed to be of
the British Mils type with
a delayed action device,
caused minor damage to
the building but no inju-
ries. A grenade discovered
earlier in a public lavatory
in Jaffa was de-fused by
police before it could ex-
plode.

A home-made bomb ex-
ploded on the staircase of a
building in the Talpiot

It also was reported that
an explosion and fire totally
destroyed a bus in Holon
Feb. 26 after all passengers
were safely evacuated.
In another incident, 42
women and an Israeli Arab
from Taibeh village sus-
tained slight injuries when
a small bomb exploded in a

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protest movement? Has it ties of Texas and Arizona,
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young Israelis who con- the threat of war in the Mi-
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