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May 22, 1981 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

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world, is to be in reality by the practice and experi-
what we would appear to be; ence of them.

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Canada's strict gun control
laws to permit El Al secu-
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Mirabel Airport to carry
weapons.

According to the solicitor
general, the decision in El
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by the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police (RCMP)

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MON.-THURS. 11:30-10 p.m.
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Canada OKs Firearms for El Al

Solicitor General Robert
Kaplan explained that the
exception was made be-
cause the Israeli air carrier
has been singled out as a
target for terrorist attack.
He denied, however, that
the decision was connected
with any recent threat
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which complained of the
ever increasing burden put
on its ,forces to watch over
the security of El Al
passengers and crews. Kap-
lan noted that "The Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion has identified El Al as a
target and proved it all over
the world."
RCMP Assistant Com-
missioner Douglas
McGibbon, director of
protective policing, said
the El Al case is an excep-
tion. All other foreign se-
curity agents will be re-
quired to relinquish their
arms. Kaplan said it took
"a long time and lot of
consideration before this
lawful but exceptional
treatment was accorded
El Al." Spokesmen for El
Al could not be reached

for comment.
A government security
panel decided in January
1980 that "nothing should
be done that could precipi-
tate any form of confronta-
tion" with the Quebec
, authorities or El Al on the
issue, a federal source said.
Shortly before that policy
directive was issued, an Is-
raeli security agent guard-
ing Premier Menahem
Begin on his visit to Canada
in 1979 was forcibly dis-
armed by RCMP officers
after he refused to relin-
quish his weapon to them.
The incident created bad
feelings between Israel and
Canada.

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Wishes for Speedy Recovery
Sent to Pope John Paul II

NEW YORK (JTA) —
American Jewish religious
and lay leaders spoke with
one voice in condemning the
assassination attempt last
week on Pope John Paul II
at the Vatican. Their
statements deplored vio-
lence and terrorism ram-
pant in the world and
wished the Pontiff a swift
and full recovery from the
wounds he suffered.
The would-be killer, who
seriously wounded the Pope
in St. Peters Square, was
identified as Mahmet Ali
Agca,. 23, a Turkish na-
tional of Armenian descent
who is a member of the "Ul-
kucler" (Gray Wolves), a
fanatical rightwing Moslem
terrorist group affiliated
with the ultra-nationalist
National Movement that
Interpol has branded
"neo-Nazi."
He is a self-proclaimed
enemy of the U.S., the
Soviet Union and Israel.
According to reports
from Rome and Ankara,
Agca is a fugitive who es-
caped from a Turkish
prison while serving a
sentence for the Feb-
ruary 1979 murder of
Abdi Ipekci, editor and
chief columnist of the Is-
tanbul liberal newspaper
"Milliyet." He left a note
in his jail cell threatening
the life of the Pope who
was then about to visit
Turkey.
The note called for re-
venge against the Moslem
extremist attack on the
Grand Mosque in Mecca
earlier in 1979. Agca
claimed the incident was
part of an American or Is-
raeli crusade against Islam
and accused the Pope of
being "the masked leader of
the crusade."
Agca is also known to
have threatened the lives of
the American, Soviet and
Israeli consuls in Turkey.
Messages were sent to the
Vatican by Nathan
Perlmutter of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, Rabbi William Ber-
kowitz of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Rabbi Arthur
Lelyveld of the Synagogue
Council of America, Char-

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POPE JOHN PAUL II

lotte Jacobson of the World
Zionist Organization -
American Section, Henry
Siegman of the American
Jewish Congress,
Nathaniel Saperstein of the
National Council of Young
Israel, Jack Spitzer of Bnai
Brith International, Ivan
Novick of the Zionist
Organization of America
and Roselle Silberstein of
American Mizrachi
Women.
Others were sent by
Howard Squadron,
chairman of the Confer-
ence of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organization and Rabbi
Marc Tanenbaum,
American Jewish Com-
mittee.
The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit sent the following tele-
gram to John Cardinal
Dearden of the Archdiocese
of Detroit:
"We were terribly
shocked and dismayed at
the attack on the life of Pope
John Paul II. The Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit joins
with the Catholic commu-
nity of Detroit and all others
of good faith in deploring
this insane resort to vio-
lence.
"On behalf of the 300 local
organizations affiliated
with the Jewish Commu-
nity Council, we offer our
fervent hopes and prayers
for the speedy and complete
recovery of John Paul II."

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