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June 25, 1976 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

June 25, 1976

Dutch Terrorist Suspects Released; Charges Pending

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Two young Dutch nationals
held as suspects in the Ben-
Gurion Airport explosion
May 25, were released by lo-

cal police last week.
Although exonerated of
any direct connection with
the blaSt, Hugo Muller and
Rudolph Mayer face trial on

U.S. Students Going to Israel
to Enrich Jewish Education

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
"Shnat Limud" (a year of
Jewish study in Israel) is to-
day a concept that has taken
root in wide circles of Dias-
pora Jewry and is accepted
virtually as a commonplace.
It was not always so, re-
calls Dr. Haim Hamiel, di-
rector of the Jewish Agen-
cy's department for Torah
education in the Diaspora.
In fact, he says with uncon-
led pride, "we virtually
vented the idea."
The department recog-
nizes and assists 16 yeshivot
and girls' seminaries that
have developed "special
programs" — in addition to
regular Talmud and Torah
studies — designed for for-
eign students who come

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here for "Shnat Limud."

At the beginning of this
year, Hamiel reports,
some 550 young men and
350 girls were enrolled at
these various institutions.

They include such well
known places of learning as
Kerem BeYavneh, Yeshivat
Sha'alayim and Kol Torah,
and some newer and less
knOwn institutions, such as
the Neve Yerushalayim
girls' seminary in Jerusa-
lem, which cater specifically
for "ba'alei teshuva" —
young people with little reli-
gious background. The Yod-
Gimmel program is the de-
partment's latest and rap-
idly growing plan in the
field of "Shnat Limud."
At present, there are 131
youngsters from the U.S.
taking the "Yod-Gimmel"
courses at four institutions,
"and we could have many,
many more if we had the
room for them," Hamiel
says.
The more academically-
inclined are offered a rich'
learning program at Bar-
Ilan University, or at the
Machon Gold and Kfar
Pinnes teachers' training
colleges, while those with an
active or outdoor bent can
combine learning with work
at one the religious kibut-
zim.

charges that they made
Muller's passport available
to the West German terror-
ist who carried the explo-
sives to Israel.
In Jerusalem, police are
holding two men as sus-
pected terrorists after they
were injured in an explosion
in an Old City public lava-
tory Saturday.

Police suspect that the
explosives blew up acci-
dently shortly before they
were scheduled to be used
in an Old City alley.

Meanwhile, the surviving
terrorist in last year's sea-
borne commando raid on Tel
Aviv which took 13 lives was
sentenced to death by an
Israel military. court.
The sentence, pronounced

on 21-year-old Mussa Bin
Jamal Eltlalke, was one of
the rare instances in which
an Israeli court has imposed
capital punishment.

The fatalities occurred
when the terrorists, who
landed on the Tel Aviv
beach from a rubber boat
March 5, 1975, seized hos-
tages at the nearby Savoy
Hotel and subsequently
blew up the building. Ob-
servers here believe, how-
ever, that the death sent-
ence is not likely to be
carried out.

Another terrorist involved
in the same raid, Hamed
Darwish, was sentenced to
life imprisonment. He was
not one of the commandos
but captained the boat that
landed the killers.

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Israel Bars Entry
to 'World Citizens'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
self-proclaimed "citizens of
the world" who tried to en-
ter Israel with home-made
"passports" left the country
voluntarily last week after
spending 36 hours in deten-
tion at the Ben-Gurion Air-
port jail.
Gary Davis, a former
American, and Parsifal
Taorha, who described him-
self as a former Swiss na-
tional, were denied entry to
Israel because they .held no
recognized valid passports.
Initially, Davis refused to
leave on his own volition.
The pilot of a TWA airliner
that was supposed to take
the pair out -of Israel would
not have them aboard be-
cause Davis had threatened
to create a disturbance.
He and his companion
were apparently persuaded
to leave peacefully by Abie
Nathan, the free-lance
"peace envoy," who talked to
them in jail.

Toronto Hotel
Holds Reception

TORONTO — Visitors to
Toronto on the Independ-
ence Day weekend staying
at Sutton Place will be in-
vited to a complimentary re-
ception July 3 to celebrate
the U.S. Bicentennial, the
Canadian Dominion Day
and the forthcoming Olym-
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