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December 12, 1980 - Image 34

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34 Friday, December 12, 1980 iw riIm0rEwisH



NEWS

West Bank Unrest Increases With Deportation of Two Arab Mayors

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Simmering unrest on the
West Bank and other areas
Monday and Tuesday kept
Israeli forces busy and on a
high state of alert for new
outbreaks.
The tensions came on the

feels of tne expulsion of
West Bank .Mayors Fand
Kawasme of Hebron and
Mohammed Milhim of
Halhotil. The two were ex-
pelled on orders of Premier
Menahem Begin, acting in
his capacity as Defense

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Bethlehem. A United
Minister.
Kawasme and Milhim Press International
were deported to south photographer was ar-
Lebanon after being held in rested and his film was
the Ramle jail where they confiscated. He was re-
were in custody pending the leased after charges were
outcome of their appeal to filed against him for
charges that they were in- entering a restricted area
volved in the killing of six on the West Bank. The
yeshiva students in Hebron news agency lodged a
last May. They were not ac- protest with the militaiy
cused of direct complicity press spokesman and
but were held responsible with the Israel Press
for creating the climate for Association.
such acts by their repeated
The students were per-
nationalistic and anti-
mitted to leave the college
Israel pronouncements.
Tuesday evening after they
Four Arab youngsters took down a Palestinian
were detained for throw- flag they had hoisted over
ing rocks at Israeli ve- one of the buildings. They
hicles on the were also forced to clean up
Jerusalem-Ramallah
the rocks and debris that lit-
road and six others were tered the nearby streets and
arrested in Nablus in the to register with the military
aftermath of Sunday's government. The military
disturbances at Al-Najah governor agreed not to pro-
College where an in- secute any of the students,
structor was relieved of but warned that charges
his identity card.
would be brought against
A demonstration by Arab them if the disturbances re-
youths in East Jerusalem curred.
Meanwhile, Kawasme
was foiled Tuesday. Several
dozen high school students and Milhim were the dinner
attempting to organize a guests of Maj. Saad Haddad,
demonstration in downtown , commander of the pro-Israel
Gaza were dispersed with- Christian forceS in south
out the use of force Monday. Lebanon. But while he of-
A major confrontation in fered them his hospitality,
Bethlehem ended Monday he denounced them for caus-
night when Israeli troops ing unrest in the Middle
lifted an eight-hour siege of East.
The Supreme Court's De-
Frere College after Mayor
Elias Freij of Bethlehem cision to expel the two
and Mayor Hanna El- triggered a nationwide de-
Atrash of nearby Beit bate with leftists urging
Sahour intervened with the Begin to rescind the depor-
tation orders and rightwin-
Israeli authorities.
The trouble began shortly gers demanding that he im-
before noon Monday when a plement them without de-
military patrol was stoned lay. The high court made
as it passed the campus. The clear that its decision was
soldiers fired tear gas at not on the merits of the de-
student demonstrators who portation orders but their
took shelter in the college legality.
In Washington, the
buildings. The campus was
surrounded by troops, a cur- State Department ex-
few was imposed in the area pressed "disappoint-
of the college . and ment" over the expulsion
roadblocks were erected at of two West Bank Arab
mayors by Israel which,
the entrances to the town.
Israeli troops barred it said, was a violation of
journalists from entering the Fourth Geneva Con-
vention.

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ously to the situation in the
Middle East in its full and
proper sense," rather than
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rael's Ambassador to the
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Noting that "In accord-
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attempts will be made to
turn it (the Mideast debate)
into another orchestrated
attack on Israel," Blum said
that the Mideast includes
the war in the Persian Gulf,
the Soviet occupation of Af-
ghanistan and the dispute
between Jordan and Syria,
among other conflicts.

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television tapes by Israeli
soldiers from American
correspondents. covering
riots on the West Bank over
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