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December 22, 1978 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Air Strikes in Lebanon
in Retaliation for Bombings

JERUSALEM. (JTA) —
Israel Air Force planes at-
tacked terrorist bases in
South Lebanon Wednesday
and returned safely to their
bases, a military spokes-
man announced. The at-
tacks were in retaliation for
a rash of terrorist bombings
in Israel,- the most recent
being an explosion Tuesday
in East Jerusalem which in-
jured four Arabs and two
Jews.
The spokesman said the
air strike was aimed at ter-
rorist bases and training
camps in the Dahar El Burj,
Kassmiyeh and Burj El-
shimali regions of South
Lebanon. The bases were
described by Israel as
spring-boards for terrorist
assaults against Israeli civi-
lians. The air attack lasted
15 minutes, the spokesman
said. He said there were
scores of terrorists in build-

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Tuesday's bombing oc-
curred near the Jaffa
Gate in the Old City. An
explosive device went off
just outside an Arab
butcher's shop where it
had been concealed in a
case of soda bottles, the
police said. None of the
injured was seriously
hurt and only slight dam-
age was done to the prop-
erty. The shopkeeper,
Mohammad Kudsi, said
he checked his store
every morning for sus-
picious looking parcels
but found none.
Security sources noted
that 14 terrorist acts were
perpetrated in Israel during
the last six weeks in which
four people were killed and
67 injured.

Friday, December 22, 1918 13

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The PLO retaliated with
an artillery attack on
Kiryat Shmona. killing one
and injuring six. The Israeli
army returned the fire at
the PLO positions in south
Lebanon.

It's Sabraman!

TEL AVIV — Look out
world! It's Sabraman. Fas-
ter than a speeding Super-
man, with more courage
than an Israeli Sabra and
having the faith of Ab-
raham.
Uri Fink, a 15-year-old
native of Tel Aviv, has
created Israel's first super-
hero cartoon character.
The first Sabraman comic
book is being distributed in
Israeli schools and sold on
newsstands.
Sabraman is described as
the son of Polish victims of
the Nazis who fought in the
1 967 and 1973 wars. A
member of the Israel police
force, he is asked to fight
crime wherever it appears.
Fink's publisher, how-
ever, says the Sabraman
will not fight terrorists, in
deference to Israel's Arab
students.

-

Israeli Bank
Overcomes Issue
Over Interest

NEW YORK (JTA) —
UMB Bank and Trust Com-
pany, a subsidiary of Is-
rael's fourth largest bank,
United Mizrahi Bank, has
managed to cope with sev-
eral problems unique to a
bank which follows Or-
thodox Jewish principles.
Jewish law, for instance,
specifies that "usury"
(interest) may not be
charged on loans. But with-
out interest, a bank cannot
survive financially. So
UMB had to sign a Hebrew
document that provides a
dispensation from the
Jewish usury laws.
The document, signed in
New York, is now displayed
in the UMB's Rockefeller
Center offices. Another
problem, said Moshe
Krausz, UMB's president, is
that the bank is closed on
Jewish holidays. Yet, the
bank has almost $30 million
in assets.

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