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February 22, 1980 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 22, 1980

Several Suspects Detained in Israel
Following Fatal Gaza Terrorist Attack

come to
the source

Foyer was an immigrant
Several of the numerous
TEL AVIV (JTA) β€” Re-
from Argentina who joined
suspects detained for ques-
uben Foyer, 25, and Elaine
Kibutz Kissufim in 1973 as
Gazit, 22, were killed Feb. tioning over the weekend
16 in the first of two grenade were jailed and security a member of the Dror youth
movement.
Gazit, who lived
attacks on Israeli vehicles sources said they were cer-
in downtown Gaza. tarn these were the perpet- in Tel Aviv, belonged to a
group
planning
to join the
A local Arab passerby rators of the outrage. The
kibutz and was also buried
was fatally wounded and curfew clamped on Gaza
26400 W 12 Mile Rd
eight other persons, includ- immediately after the st- in the cemetery there.
12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy
In other developments,
ing one Israeli civilian and tacks was lifted Monday by
357-5578
ldi injured.
two soldiers,
were n ed the military governor. Traf- police have detained two
fic from Israel to the Gaza suspects in the Jan. 31
Strip was resumed after murder of 23-year-old
1 having been halted tempo- yeshiva student
Yehoshua Sloma in Heb-
rarily.
Foyer and Gazit, both ron. According to police,
p
1 civilians, were sitting in the suspects are brothers
1 an army pick-up truck and one was an eye-
when the grenade witness to the murder.
In Tulkarem on the West
exploded. The Arab
15 UnC)all
a I
Bank, five terrorist suspects
y y n
e b
pnaescpi ar
im
as- were charged by a military
tel identified, w
severely injured and tribunal with planning to
I taken to Tel Hashomer place a bomb in the center of
Petah Tikva. The bomb
Hospital where he died.
The others were injured exploded prematurely, in-
when a second grenade was juring one of the suspects
thrown at an Israeli car in who was hospitalized.
k1/4 the same vicinity about 90 Under questioning, he ad-
minutes later. It missed the mitted the plot and impli-
car and exploded in a crowd cated the others, the
of people Tithe sidewalk. authorities said.

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NEW YORK (JTA) β€”
Police in Edmonton, Al-
berta, are still investigating
a fire that destroyed the
sanctuary of Beth Shalom
Congregation, the Conser-
vative synagogue in that
western Canada city. Police
attributed the cause of the
fire to arson.
The fire, which occurred
Feb. 13, was confined to the

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sanctuary which is on the
second floor of the two-story
building. An auditorium
which is also on the second
floor and the other parts of
the building were not dam-
aged.
Although a swastika was
found "crudely drawn" with
chalk on the wall of a base-
ment classroom at the same
time-- as the fire, the
spokesman stressed that
Rabbi Saul Z. Hyman, the
congregatoin's spiritual
leader, does not believe it
was an act of anti-Semitism,
but rather one of vandalism.
The 300-family congrega-
tion has not yet decided
what to do about replacing
the four Torah scrolls lost in
the fire as well as the rest of
the room, the spokesman
said. Meanwhile, Beth
Shalom members held serv-
ices in a nearby Orthodox
synagogue and plan to con-
tinue to do so until their
sanctuary is restored.

HIAS Aiding
Boat People

HIAS, the worldwide
Jewish migration agency,
assisted 760 Indochinese
refugees, consisting of 236
family units, to resettle in
the United States in
January.
HIAS is committed to as-
sist 6,000 Indochinese refu-
gees this year, compared
with 4,000 id 1979.
"It is simply a matter of
former boat people with
long memories helping to-
day's victims in political
upheaval," stated Edwin
Shapiro, president of HIAS.

There is a set of malici-
ous, prating, prudent gos-
sips, both male and female,
who murder characters to
kill time; and will rob a
young fellow of his good
name before he has years to
know the value of it.
β€” Sheridan

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March 1, 1980

For all Members - Young Adults - Children

SABBATH MORNING SERVICES

AT 8:45 A.M.
Visiting Guest - RABBI FROM ISRAEL

DR. GERSHON WINER

Will Speak On

"RISKS OF PEACE"

*SABBATH EVENING-7:15 P.M.
Main sanctuary
MEGILLAH READING

Youngsters will have a Marching Pageant

TO BE FOLLOWED BY SOCIAL HOUR

TO CONCLUDE - FESTIVE SABBATH

DR. GERSHON WINER

Will Speak in the Youth Lounge on

"JEWISH HUMOR AND
JEWISH VALUES"

While Dr. Winer Speaks,
There will be a Movie for the Youngsters

George J. Rossman,

Chairman

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