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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-01

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Friday, August 1, 1980 1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PD POL ADV

Youth Killed, 16 Are Wounded in Grenade Attack

(Continued from Page 1) the grenades which he used
On Wednesday it was against a bus of Jewish
learned that a "hit team" children.
of Arab terrorists were
The Belgian police also
planning to bomb several asked for the assistance
Jewish establishments in of the Israeli authorities
Brussels and Antwerp and the French and Ita-
and attack Brussels In- lian police. The Belgians
ternational Airport believe that the center of
passengers arriving from the network is in Rome
Israel. The Belgian where the terrorists, a
police, which on Tuesday small fanatic gang ap-
arrested a second Arab parently unconnected
terrorist in Brussels, with the mainstream of
found in a locker at Brus- Palestinian Organiza-
sels' main railway station tions, might have been in
a briefcase which, it is be- close contact with Italian
lieved, contained de- extreme left-wing ter-
,iled
descriptions of rorist organizations.
t a
ossible targets, methods
The second arrested ter-
f access and possible es- rorist, who carried a Tuni-
cape routes.
sian passport with the same
The Belgian police's name as the one arrested in
"Special Branch" has been Antwerp, had in his poses-
mobilized with all leaves sion Russian-made gre-
cancelled to try and pin nades similar to those used
down all possible suspects. in the Antwerp attack.
The Belgian government
The man was arrested in
has given top priority to the a small hotel in Brussels'
identification and arrest of Saint Gilles area, close to
all the culprits.
the Ramin railway station
Belgian Prime Minister where most of the terrorist
Martens on Tuesday visited activities seemed to have
the wounded in their been concentrated.
Antwerp hospitals and Bel-
Belgian State Prosecutor
gium's king, himself hos- Renaat Verheyden said that
pitalised with a mild heart the second man had told the
attack, personally cabled investigators that he had
the families of the victims acted within the framework
and the Antwerp Jewish of an organization called
community to express his "Fatah Revolutionary Line"
sympathy.
and had received his orders
The Belgians have asked by mail from an address in
for the aid of the West Ger- Saudi Arabia.
man authorities to try and
The prosecutor refused
identify the young German to say whether the sec-
girl who, according to the ond man, the Tunisian,
Antwerp killer, gave him had been in contact with

l

the mysterious German
girl. Police sources unof-
ficially say that the two
men had met the girl
whom they knew under
the code name Lyna Nab-
lusy.
The attacker who threw
the grenades at the children
was captured almost im-
mediately.
When pinned down by the
parents and Belgian police
who had joined in the chase,
the man said: "I want to be
judged within the
framework of the Abar-
Israeli conflict. They (ap-
parently meaning the Is-
raelis) kill our children as
well." The man was carry-
ing a heavy caliber auto-

matic pistol and 18 bullets.
A few yards away from
the arrest scene, pan-
demonium had broken
loose. Youngsters were
bleeding profusely from
their wounds and crying out
in pain. Parents were trying
to give first aid, passers-by
massed in a circle and after
a few minutes dozens of am-
bulances and police cars
rushed to the site of the at-
tack.
The bus was parked at the
time of the attack in front of
the Jewish Community
Center on the Rue
Lamoriniere in the heart of
Jewish Antwerp, a small
ghetto-like area where
practically all shops are

OTE AUG 5TH

PATRICIA A. KELLY

Jewish-owned and nearly
all restaurants and cafes
are kosher.

State Representative — 69th District

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Shofar Practice Explained

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

The shofar is blown in the
synagogue every weekday
morning during the month
preceding Rosh Hashana for
a variety of reasons.
Generally, these days are
considered serious days be-
cause they precede the proc-
ess of judgment which takes
place annually at Rosh
Hashana. The shofar, then,
would be considered (as
Maimonides) as a stimulus
to awaken the people to pre-
pare for the period of judg-
ment. It seems that these
were originally fast days
and a shofar was usually
sounded on fast days.
Later on, when fasting
became difficult for
many, the days were days
of solemnity and the
shofar is blown to remind
the people that these
were originally fast days
and times for serious
thinking which would
lead to repentance. It is
also claimed that these
were the days when
Moses went up on Mount
Sinai a second time (i.e.,
after the Jews sinned by
making the golden calf).
When he first left the
people to climb the
mountain a shofar was
sounded.
Blowing the shofar for
this whole month today re-
minds us of this historic
moment, telling us that in
the case•of Moses the days .
lead to the forgiveness of the
people as we hope the days

in our time before the New
Year will do likewise. The
sources deduce this practice
from an expression in the
holy Book of Psalms where
it is written: "Sound the
shofar at the month at the
designated time for the day
of our festival" (Psalms
81:4).

OURS

By SANDRA COHEN

(Copyright 1980)

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now
today
and we'll stroll
on Mt. Zion
look out to antiquity
from Ein Rogel
we can drive
to the Kinneret
and fold with the hills
and green
of Galilee
we can trace
the yellow sands
of the Negev
till Eilat
to her .sea
spicect with blue
it's all there
our boys made it so
for you
for me
so come with me
today
it's all there
all of it
ours.

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