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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-18

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48 Friday, November 18, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH • NEWS

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JERUSALEM, (JTA ) —
Sephardic Chief Rabbi
Ovadia Yosef has allowed a
divorced woman to return
to her first husband even
though she had remarried.
The ruling was given
despite the halakhic ban on
such cases.
Yosers.ruling was made
in the case of a couple who

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were wed in .a civil mar-
riage in the Soviet Union.
After arriving in Israel,
they divorced according to
Halakha, Because both are
Jews, rabbinical courts pre-
fer to perform a regular
divorce ruling, even if a
couple had not married
according to the Halakha,
"to avoid any doubts."
Yosef explained that
actually there was no need
for a divorce in the case of a
civil marriage, since it is
not really recognized as a
marriage in Jewish law.
Therefore, in this specific
case, Yosef actually nulli-
fied the first marriage, and
thus the ban on a divorcee
remarrying her first hus-
band was not violated. The
woman said she wished to
return.to her first husband
because their son suffered
from the separation.

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Israeli Jets Hit Terrorist Base

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israel
Air Force jets bombed ter-
rorist targets in south Leba-
non again last Friday fol-
lowing a Katyusha rocket
attack on Kibutz Yar in
Upper Galilee which caused
no casualties or damage.
A military spokesman
said that two Israeli planes.
on patrol duty over Lebanon
attacked a source of anti-
aircraft missile fire in a
grove south of Tyre. The
spokesman said the scene of
the attack was not near a
populated area • and the
planes returned safely to
their base.
(Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations, Chaim
Herzog, explained to Secre-
tary General Kurt Wal-
dheim in a letter Friday
that the "considerable dam-
age" and apparently heavy
loss of life caused by
Israel's air raids on terror-
ist targets in southwest
Lebanon-last week was the
fault of "PLO terrorist
groups, which as a matter
of policy locate their mili-
tary installations in or near
civilian centers in the hope
of inhibiting action against
them." According to Her-
zog, the casualties in Leba-
non resulted from a direct
hit on a munitions dump
which set off a chain of
explosions.
(Herzog noted that
Wednesday's raids were in
retaliation for Katyusha
rocket attacks on Nahariya
in which three Israelis were
killed and five injured. He
said Israeli intelligenc
indicated "that the number
of such attacks on Israeli
civilian targest was to
increase in scope and
intensity" and therefore the
Israeli government "was
left with no alternative, but
to strike at the sources of
fire.")
In Jerusalem, Prelnier
Menahem Begin told U.S.
Ambassador Samuel Lewis
that if civilians were hurt in
last week's Israeli air strike
over southwestern Lebanon,
then Israel expresses its
deepest sorrow. However,
he added, "We do not apol-
ogize for the operation. We
shall no longer allow that a
Jewish mother will lose her
life in Nahaariya because of
Katyusha rocket attack. We
shall defend our people."
Meanwhile, two persons
were killed and five were
injured in two explosions in
Jerusalem Sunday. The vic-
tims, not immediately iden-
tified by name, were Arabs
except for one of the injured
said to be a resident of the
Jewish township of Kiryat
Arba. -
The first explosion demo-
lished a flat in the Christian
quarter of East Jerusalem.
One body was found in the
nibble and four injured per-

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They were identified as stu-
dents at a Christian.School.
The second blast, at 10
a.m. local time, occurred
near the Jerusalem branch
of the Bank Hapoalim in the
southern section of the city,
killing an Arab resident of
the administered territories
and slightly injuring a
Kiryat Arba man.
In a related development,
security sources disclosed
the recent arrests of 36 West
Bank Arabs suspected of
membership, in six terrorist
cells, most of them linked to
El Fatah.

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