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November 19, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 19, 1976 13

PLO Hits Christian Villages in Lebanon

TEL AVIV (JTA).-
Terrorist units in the
Bint-a-Jabil area of
southern Lebanon at-
tacked the Christian vil-
lages of Ein-Aabel and

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last week.
Terrorists also am-
bushed a Christian ambu-
lance, seriously wound-
ing its driver. They have
mined roads leading to
Christian villages and at
least one car, a
Christian-owned Mer-
cedes, struck a mine and
was wrecked.
The latest flare-up of
violence after months of
relative calm in the reg-
ion confirmed reports
that heavily armed ter-
rorists have returned to
the area of Lebanon adja-
cent to the Israeli border,
apparently with the tacit
consent of the Syrian
army.
Israeli sources denied
reports that Israeli troops

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
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Police announced that
10 Arabs have been de-
tained for questioning,
some of whom were in the
supermarket at the time
of the blast.
The supermarket suf-
fered minor damage ex-
cept for a large show win-
dow that was shattered.

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had crossed the border
and captured the heights
overlooking Bint-a-Jabil.
That report came from a
Lt. El Khatib, commander
of the Arab Lebanese
Army in the region.
The sources did not
deny that Israel was tak-
ing deterent measures
against the terrorists but
insisted that this was
being done from within
Israel's borders.
Lebanese Arab Army
spokesmen claimed
Wednesday that Chris-
tian forces were aided by
Israeli commandos in an
attack on a Moslem vil-
lage near the border, and
that artillery batteries on
the Israeli side of the
frontier participated.
There was no comment
from Israeli sources but
Chief of Staff Gen.
Mordecia Gur warned
of the danger of Syrian
troops in Southern .Leba-
non.
Meanwhile, 21 Arab
terrorists belonging to
two El Fatah cells were
uncovered and detained
in the Gaza Strip. Seven
members of one cell,
along with a cache of
arms, were found in Khan
Yunis.
The others, of Gaza and
Khan Yunis, were de-
tained following an exp-
losion Oct. 29 near the
Khan Yunis Hospital.
Two terrorists were killed
in that explosion while
preparing a bomb.
Arms, including four
submachineguns and
explosives were found in
the possession of the
members of the second
cell.

: •

PARIS (JTA) — The
representativeg of the
foreign ministers of the
"Council of Europe"
member states have
unanimously adopted a
European convention
against terrorism.
The representatives,
meeting in Strasburg,
approved a text disre-
garding "political moti-
vations" as an excuse for
terrorist acts and calling
upon all signatories of the
convention to extradite
or locally try terrorists.
The convention, pre-
sented by West Germany,
needs the ratification of
the governments of three
member states to become
law. The convention de-
scribes in great detail
terrorists acts and pro-
vides for police and judi-
cial cooperation among
the member states to
prbvent them.

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