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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-05

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rael Air Force jets attacked
terrorist targets on the Le-
banese coast north of Tyre
Wednesday following up
attacks Tuesday night on
terrorist strongholds in the
Fatahland sector of south-
eastern Lebanon. A military
spokesman said both air
strikes were of several min-
utes duration and that all
planes returned safely to
their bases.
Israeli patrols carried out
a combing operation for ter-
rorists inside the Lebanese
borders Wednesday. Le-
banese sources said Israeli
artillery shelled several vil-
lages during the night.
The air strikes and other
actions by Israeli forces
were described by military
sources as preventive opera-
tions intended to keep the
terrorists from carrying out
sabotage and attacks on ci-
vilian centers in Israel.

The terrorists have pro-
claimed their aim to sabo-
tage the new interim
agreement reached be-
tween Israel and Egypt.
That, and the fact that
September has always
been a month of heavy ter-
rorist activity, prompted
Israel to maintain a high
state of alert in the north-
ern border region. Police
and civil guards have been
re-enforced by army units

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and border police, but the
alert has not interfered
with normal life in the bor-
der area.

were killed by Israeli troops
in two separate clashes
along the northern border
last Sunday. Two of the ter-
rorists were killed in a
sharp exchange of fire on
the Kiryat Shmona-Metul-
lah road in which two Is-
raeli soldiers were slightly
wounded.
Last Friday a clash oc-
curred near Kibutz Zarb-
where two terrorists infil-
trated into Israel. They
were discovered by an Israel
patrol combing the area and
killed after a short battle.
There were no Israeli cas-
ualties.

September is considered a
dangerous month because it
includes certain anniversa-
ries which the terrorists try
to dramatize by committing
new outrages.
These include the so-
called "Black September" of
1970 when Jordanian forces
expelled the terrorists from
their territory; the Munich
Massacre of Israeli Olympic
athletes in September, 1972;
and the anniversary of the
death of Egyptian President
Gamel Abdel Nasser, still a
hero to many terrorists.
September is also a month
of Jewish holidays when
increased travel on the
roads offer tempting targets
for terrorist attacks on civil-
ians.
Meanwhile, Israel is
training a corps of civilian
sharpshooters, ranging in
age from 25 to 60 to guard
against terrorist attacks in
heavily populated urban
areas.

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It also was reported that
settlements in northern
Israel were subjected to a
series of Katyusha rocket
attacks from Lebanese ter-
ritory, last Sunday but no
casualities or damage was
reported.

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An army spokesman said
Israeli forces returned the
fire in all cases and that Is-
raeli artillery engaged the
sources of attack on the
Lebanese side of the border.
A Lebanese army spokes-
man claimed that Israel
shelled the Shuba village
area but reported no casual-
ties.
The first Katyusha sal-
voes hit the region around
Kibutz Dan, Israel's north-
ernmost settlement. Several
rockets were later fired at
Kiryat Shmona. Rockets
also were fired at settle-
ments in the northern Hu-
leh region without causing
casualities or damage.

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