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December 05, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32. December 5; 1975

Lebanon Rockets Hit Northern Israeli Border Towns

TEL AVIV — Israeli mili-
tary sources reported that
• four Israeli border towns —
Kiryat Shmona, Metulla,
Nahariya and Safed — were
the targets of rocket and
mortar fire from Lebanon
Wednesday.
Israeli forces returned the
fire. Two Israeli civilians
were reported wounded.

Troops went on alert in
northern Israel in the face
of a Palestinian threat to
"seek vengeance with all
available methods" for air
raids in the Lebanese refu-
gee camps.
Zuheir Mohsen, the mil-
itary chief of the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
warned Israel to exnect

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reprisals.
On Tuesday, Israel Air
Force planes. attacked ter-
rorist bases in Lebanon. The
targets included a terrorist
stronghold near Nabatiyeh
which serves as headquart-
ers for the Syrian-sponsored
Al Saiqa terrorist organiza-
tion.
A Lebanese Army spokes-
man said on Beirut Radio
that abonst,30 Israeli planes
participated in the attacks
which, he claimed, were
aimed at refugee camps
north of Beirut and in the
Tripoli Region.
It was the biggest air at-
tack of the year on Lebanon
and the northernmost Is-
raeli attack since February
1973.
A camp schoolhouse,
headquarters of terrorist
organizations, a terrorist
missile armory and a resi-
dential neighborhood were
reported destroyed.
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Peres said Wednesday that
Israel's air strikes were a
preventive action under-
taken on the basis of accur-
ate intelligence that murder
and sabotage missions
against Israel were being
planned at those bases.
The air attack near Tri-
poli in northern Lebanon
was aimed against head-
quarters of George Ha-
bash's Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine and
other terrorist organiza-
tions located there, Israel
said. While acknowledging
that a schoolhouse was des-
troyed at Nabatiyeh, Israel
claimed the building was no
longer used as such but
served as Al Saiqa head-
quarters.

Israel's communiques
were apparently in response
to Lebanese claims that the
air attacks killed up to 100
civilians in Palestinian refu-
gee camps and wounded a
similar number. Israel ins-
isted that the action was not
ordered in retaliation for
the recent murder of three
Israeli students by terrorist
infiltrators at the Golan
Heights settlement of Ra-
mat Magshimim or to mol-
lify public opinion at home
in view of the recent series
of diplomatic victories by
the Palestinians at the
United Nations.
On Sunday, an Israeli
patrol came under fire
from a terrorist gang
along the Lebanese bor-
der. There were no casual-
ties.

fessor at Stern College for
Women and rabbi of the
Hebrew Institute of River-
dale, directing his remarks
to Syria and the nations of
the world, reminded them
of the biblical prophecy,
proven throughout history,
that persecution and anti-
Semitism only strengthen
the unity and determination
of the Jewish people.
(Israel was severely criti-
cized for the latest attacks

on terrorist camps in Leba-
non in which 74 were killed
and 100 wounded. A UN
Security Council meeting
was called Thursday after-
noon to plan a condemna-
tion of Israel. A statement
from the Vatican assailing
Israel aroused resentment
in Israeli and many Jew-
ish rank's out of the claim
that the Pope had failed to
condemn terrorist Arab at-
tacks on Israel).

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