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November 28, 1975 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 - November 28, 1975

Crimes by Jews Bother Israel

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Two incidents that occurred
this month reminded Israe-
lis that Jewish violence can
be just as destructive as vio-
lence by Arab terrorists.
In one incident an explor

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Nobody doubts the exist-
of the apartment of a work- ence of underworld net-
ers committee chairman in works involved in "classical"
Hadera; in the other, a criminal activities such as
charge exploded at the door drug smuggling and distri-
of Knesset member Eitan bution. The recent incidents
Livni's apartment. In the differed from past violence
first case, six children were in the use of explosives
slightly injured; in the sec- against targets in the politi-
ond no one was hurt. • cal sphere or in the delicate
arena of labor relations.
Violence as suTch is not
In the case of the explo-
new to Israel. The times
when a Jewish thief was un- sion at Livni's home, 'poi-
heard of in the streets of -Tel -ice reportedly suspect a
Aviv have long gone. During professional job to speed
the past half year there up payments of debts by
were several cases of protec- the Herut movement to
tion-extortion rackets. One unknown creditors. In the
4of them, in Natanya, ended case of the explosives in
with the killing of five per- Hadera, the crime was
committed in the wake of a
sons in a discotheque.

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two-week strike at the Al-
liance tire factory which
was partly broken by
scabs.

Four cases of robbery
were reported in the greater
Tel Xviv area in August, five
in September, and eight in
October. Attempted robber-
ies were committed 12 tithes
during the first 10 months
of this year, three in Octo-
ber alone. Thirteen purses
were snatched during Sep-
tember; in October the num-
ber rose to 23. The number
of reported burglaries rose
from 810 in September to
910 in October.

Unlike in the U.S., guns
are not sold freely in Israel.
One must obtain a license, a
bureaucratic procedure
which can last several
weeks. But the Interior Min-
istry, which is in charge of
gun licensing, relaxed its
regulations singe the tragic
terrorist raids of last year.

It has become more diffi-
cult to prevent guns from
falling into the wrong
hands. However, the main
sources of criminal arms are
the army's arsenals. Some
soldiers steal and sell guns,
ammunition and explosives.
In other cases, army arsen-
als have been robbed. The
Civil Guard in every neigh-
borhood has guns and there
have been several cases of
break-ins at Civil Guard of-
fices.

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Cong. Bnai Moshe's• Gi-
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Youth group (grades 3 and
4) will have a Hanuka party
1:30 p.m. Sunday in the
youth lounge. For informa-
tion, call Marla 'Malty, ad-
viser, 548-9055.
Chalutzim USY (grades 5
and 6) will have a Hanuka
party 3:45 p.m. Sunday in
the youth lounge. Games
and refreshments will high-
light the afternoon. For in-
formation, call Steve Ki-
deckel, 968-1765.

Mishkan Israel
Youth to Perform

Cong. Mishkan Israel's
religious school will present
"The Hanuka . Night of
Stars" 7 p.m. Dec. 7 in the
synagogue.
Judy Lane, program di-
rector, announces the stu-
dents will sing, dance, pre-
sent a play on Hanuka and
provide other entertain-
ment.
For information, call the
school office, 548-2666. Ad-
mission is nominal.

For information on youn-
ger youth activities, call the
coordinator Hartley Harris,
968-3563, or the youth
lounge, 548-3123.

BBYO
Activities

The Great Lakes AZA
Council will hold a meeting
7 p.m. Monday in the BBYO
office.
The Great Lakes BBG
Council will hold a meeting
7 p.m. Thursday at the
BBYO office.
The Regional Convention
Talent Show Committee
will hold an audition 1 p.m.
Dec. 7 in the BBYO office.
All chapters or BBYO mem-
bers interested in being in
the BBYO Talent Show are
requested to audition at this
time.

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Cong. Beth Shalom Ka-
dima group will have a
study luncheon Dec. 13. For
information, call Bruce
Littky, 398-8375.
The senior United Syn-
agogue Youth group will
send officers to Pittsburg
Dec. 5-7 for the fall board
meeting. The group will
have a Hanuka social Dec. 6
in the synagogue. For infor-
mation, call the president,
Kayla Bodzin, 548-2236.

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membership meeting and
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the synagogue.

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— The life of Theodor Herzl
and the purpose of Zionism
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lion Brazilians through a
serial comic strip being pub-
lished by 0 Globo from Rio
de Janeiro, one of the three
largest newspapers in Bra-
zil, with a circulation of
about 250,000.

On the other hand,
"Nanchete" from Rio de
Janeiro, the largest illus-
trated weekly in Latin
America with circulition of
over 220,000, has published
the contents of Herzl's "Der
Judenstaat" in an article
signed by one of the editors,
Zevi Givelder.
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demned the Brazilian vote
for the anti-Zionist resolu-
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