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October 15, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 15, 1976 39

Gaza Strip Arabs Arrested on Charges of Terrorism

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Israel Army disclosed
Tuesday the arrests of 55
Arabs in the Gaza Strip
who have been implicated
in acts of violence,
.weapons thefts and
sabotage plots.
The arrests, carried out

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'during the past two
weeks. broke up four ter-
rorist cells. Three were
linked to El Fatah and
one to Goe•ge Habash's
Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine,
an army communique
said.
The PFLP group and
one Fatah cell consisted
of 39 perSons who confes-
sed to sabotage in the
Gaza Strip. Other acts at-
tributed to them include
throwing Molotov cock-
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BRUSSELS (JTA) —
Belgian police arrested
and identified the ne6-
Nazis who-inscribed anti-
Semitic slogans on a
monument here to the
memory of Belgium's
Jewish war dead.
The outrage was car-
ried out recently by a
small neo-Nazi group
known as "Wolfsangel."
The group publishes a
violently anti-Semitic
bulletin which approves
of Hitler's extermination
policy.
The persons involved
were released by the
police because there is no
legislation in Belgium
barring ethnic insults or
incitement to racial
hatred.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Nearly 800 young people,
including 400 Jewish col-
lege students, were
placed in summer jobs
through two programs of
the Federation Employ-
ment and Guidance Ser-
vice. The 28-year-old
FEGS Camp Unit re-
cruited and placed 400
college students as gen-
eral camp counselors at
country and day camps.
Specialized summer job
placement for the poor is
provided by the FEGS
through its Summer
Youth Employment
"Program, which is funded
with federal Comprehen-
sive Employment and
Training Act Title I
grants, in cooperation
with New York City's
employment department.
A total of 385 job open-
ings were provided to the
FEGS in the CETA prog-
ram for youngsters aged
14 to 21 whose families
are on welfare, or whose
annual income meets
poverty criteria.
Ten Russian Jewish
youths were recruited for
their first jobs in the
United States through
the second program, ac-
cording to Mel Freeman,
coordinator for the prog-
ram at FEGS.

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who landed on the Tel
Aviv Beach in a motor-
boat during Rosh
Hashana last month.
Investigators are still
checking out their story
that they escaped from
Egypt to avoid being re-
cruited by the PLO to
fight in Lebanon.
A Ramlah magistrate
has issued a further 15-day
detention order against
Ludvina Jansen, a 23-
year-old Dutch woman ar-
rested at Ben-Gurion Air-
port last month on suspi-
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weapons and circulating
inflammatory prop-
aganda leaflets.
One terrorist cell con-
sisting of seven persons
was found in possession of
weapons and explosives
and was conducting train-
ing in the use of arms and
the manufacture of
homemade bonbs.
The arrests were the
first mass roundup of te•-
•orists in the Gaza Strip
in some time. The Strip,
once a hotbed of terrorist
activity has been rela-
tively quiet during the
past few years.
Meanwhile, a military
court judge has extended
the detention period of
five Palestinian Arabs

Barbara Levin

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