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May 30, 1975 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-30

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6 Friday, May 30, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jailed El Fatah Members Expose Terrorists Sought for Sabotage

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Security sources said that
the arrest several days ago
of seven members of an El
Fatah terrorist cell has re-
sulted in identifying the ter-
rorists responsible for a
long series of sabotage and
terrorist acts in Jerusalem,
Ramallah and Rehovot dur-
ing the past six months.
The arrested men were

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aged between 19 and 28. As
a result of their arrests, all
but a few cases of sabotage
have been solved, the
sources said.
The gang is believed re-
sponsible for the following
incidents: laying explosives
near the Bank Leumi offices
in Ramallah on Nov. 10,
1974 and throwing a Molo-
tov cocktail at the bank a
week later; laying explosives
on the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv
railroad line Dec. 14, 1974;
laying explosives in the Ra-
mallah town square Dec. 19;
laying explosives at the
main bus terminal in Jeru-
salem Feb. 21, 1975; doing
the same in a residential
area of Rehovot on Feb. 16;
and planting explosives near
a shop in Ramallah on
March 21.

Two Israeli soldiers and
seven Lebanese soldiers
were killed Sunday when
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The fighting took place in
and around Eit A Shaab vil-
lage, a suspected terrorist
base about five kilometers
east of the Israeli village
Zarit. It had begun late Sat-
urday night as part of an
ongoing, almost routine op-
eration against growing ter-
rorist concentrations in
southern Lebanon. The Is-
raeli search unit crossed the
border after a night of fire
exchanges with terrorists
based inside Lebanon.

Israel Air Force jets and
two Israeli rescue teams,
one of them in armored
half-trucks, and the inter-
vention of United Nations
Gur said that the army
truce observers were re- had received information
quired to extricate the origi- of possible terrorist incur-
nal Israeli raiding party sions against Israel by
that was pinned down on a land and sea from Leba-
hill just inside the Lebanese non and its mission was to
border. It was the first time prevent such attacks. He
in six months that the Is- said Israel's policy was to
raeli Air Force was called to strike only at the terrorists
action over Lebanon.
and not to engage Le-
The Israeli dead were banese regular forces, but
identified as Lt. Moshe Lebanese soldiers were
Whartman, 22 of Jerusa- mingled with the terrorists
lem, leader of the original and some were in civilian
terrorist-hunting patrol, dress. "Therefore, the Is-
and Cpl. Natan Schoenberg, raeli force acted properly
20, of Tel Aviv. Lt. Whart- when it attacked," Gur
man was the oldest son of said.
Eliezer Whartman, column-
Gur said, however, that
ist whose articles appear the internal tensions in Le-
regularly in many Ameri- banon did not prevent the
can-Jewish weeklies.
terrorists from planning

and carrying out assaults
against Israel from Le-
banese territory.
In another reported inci-
dent, two persons were
slightly injured and a third
may have been hurt when
an explosive device deto-
nated in the Afuleh vegeta-
ble market Monday.
Police said the device,
apparently a hand grenade
detonator, was concealed
under an abandoned auto-
mobile wheel. Police cor-
doned off the area, set up
road blocks and conducted a
search for further explo-
sives. Several suspects were
detained for questioning.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yigal Al-
lon is in Romania on an offi-
cial visit reciprocating the
visit paid to Israel last Sep-
tember by the Romanian
Foreign Minister George
Macovescu. Allon will be in
Romania until the begin-
ning of next week.
He is scheduled to meet
with President Nicolae
Ceausescu and other Gov-
ernment leaders and will
visit the Bucharest Jewish
Community tonight.

while have detained four
suspected terrorists in the
Hebron area who were
found in possession of hand
grenades. They are believed
to have been involved in four
bombing incidents in Jeru-
salem and Hebron between
August 1975 and April 1975,
police said.

Police also are investigat-
ing an explosion that set fire
to a car parked on a lot near
Independence Park in the
center of Jerusalem last
week.

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In addition to the two in-
jured persons, a third per-
son who may have sus-
tained injuries was seen
leaving the market with-
out seeking medical atten-
tion.

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denied reports that he
would meet with Soviet
representatives while in
Romania. He said that if
the Russians wanted to
resume deplomatic ties
with Israel they would not
have to do it through a
third country.

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He also denied that he
intended to meet any Arab

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with terrorists and Le-
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television interview that
such operations would
continue but expressed
regret that Lebanese sol-
diers were involved.

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