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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 11, 1981

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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
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strong appeal for aliya was
met by enthusiastic
applause from American
Mizrachi Women at their
conference opening last
week.
Before 300 of the expected
1,000 participants, many of
whom are women who have
made aliya with their
families, Navon said Jewish
women's organizations are
generally more effective
than men's in providing
practical assistance to the
Jewish state.

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Israelis Strike Palestinian Targets
in Weekend Raids into Lebanon

Mizrachi Women
Applaud Navon

JERUSALEM — Israeli
jets shot down a Syrian MIG
fighter over southern Leba-
non Tuesday as Syrian air-
craft tried to disrupt an Is-
raeli air strike against
Palestinian targets.
It was the third Israeli
raid in southern Lebanon
since Friday and the first in
many months that the Sy-
rians tried to thwart, al-
though the PLO had repor-
tedly pressed for protection
throughout that time.
The attack came in the
wake of U.S. special envoy

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Philip Habib's current mis-
sion to the Mideast.
About a dozen Palesti-
nian targets were struck
by the Israeli raid and it
forced the temporary
closing of Beirut's Inter-
national Airport.
Meanwhile, a free-lance
journalist who worked for
ABC Radio, Sean Toolan,
was killed Tuesday in Be-
irut as he was walking to his
apartment, the New York
Times reported. It was un-
clear whether he was a vic-
tim of one of the many polit-
ical groups or of street crim-
inals.
Last week, a joint patrol
by Israelis and rightist
militiamen clashed with an
Irish battalion of the UN
peacekeeping force north of
the Israeli border. The
patrol was halted as it tried
to enter a buffer zone. There
were no casualties, and the
clash lasted only 30 min-
utes.
In Washington, the State
Department said it was
"concerned at the escalation
of violence" in Lebanon over
the weekend.
Department deputy
spokesman Alan Rom-
burg said the violence in
the area would have "a
negative impact on dip-
lomatic efforts" in Leba-
non. But at the same time,
he stressed that it would
not damage the efforts by
special envoy Habib, now
in Saudi Arabia, to ease
tension over the crisis in
Lebanon.
Romburg said that the

violence over the weekend
also would not have any im-
pact on the U.S. decision
whether to lift the suspen-
sion of delivery of four F-16s
to Israel imposes after Is-
rael destroyed Iraq's nu-
clear plant June 7.
Habib was in Israel Sun-
day on the third round of his
mission, begun last May, to
defuse the continuing crisis

Arabs Observe
Ramadan Fast

between Israel and Syria
over the latter's deployment
of SAM-6 anti-aircraft mis-
siles in Lebanon.
There was no confirma-
tion of reports that the U.S.
had, in effect, worked out a
comprehensive plan to solve
the missile crisis.
Habib is understood to
be trying hard, to win
agreement on a package
proposal that would
ensure Israeli and Chris-
tian withdrawals in areas
of Lebanon in exchange
for removal of the mis-
siles. Habib held talks
with Lebanese President
Elias Sarkis in Beirut and
with the Druze leftist
leader Walid Jumblatt
before coming to Israel.
Israel is said to be stick-
ing to its demand that
Habib speed up his efforts to
get the Syrian missiles out
of Lebanon. Syria reiterated
its determination over the -
weekend to keep the mis-
siles in place, come what
may. Despite Israel's evi-
dent impatience over the
lack of success by Habib to
date, sources in Israel were
quoted as saying that no ul-
timatums would be given
the American envoy during
his current visit to
Jerusalem.

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Moslems throughout the
world are observing their
month-long fast of Rama-
dan in July. It is one of the
"Five Pillars of Islam"
which is strictly enforced in
most Mcislem countries. Ab-
stinence from food and
drink during the daylight
hours will be enforced by
police throughout the Mid-
dle East. Violators are
punished by the traditional
lashing or even imprison-
ment.
In Israel, Prime Minister
Menahem Begin wired the
Moslem Council his "hope
that next year will be a year
of prosperity and peace." In
the administered ter-
ritories, police will enforce
Jordanian law against
transgressors, who will be
prosecuted in local courts.
The Military Govern-
ment has also agreed to
allow the traditional can-
non firing to begin and end
the daily fast, and will sup-
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support of an all-volunteer
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part: "We support the exist-
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force. We oppose the inau-
guration or implementation
by our government of any
national draft at this time.
Similarly, we oppose the
idea of registering our
youth at this time for some
future draft.
"We believe that should
there arise some national
emergency, sufficient
tehcniques exist by which to
affect that mobilization.
Males and females should
be conscripted equally."
The congregation went on
record urging members of
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