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November 20, 1981 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, November 20, 1981

MATHEW SHERBERG

Killed_ Nov. 11, 1943 at Midonick, Poland
Father of

Harry Sherberg

of Ardmore Shoe Repair
11 Mile & Middlebelt

The only Sherberg to survive

the Holocaust

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tion in the Hebron hills
area. It warned that vio-
lence between Arabs in
the West Bank could
bring back the tragedy of
1937, during which hun-
dreds of Arabs were
murdered by rival fac-
tions.
The Hebron hill's group is
headed by Mustapha

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Doudin, who like Al-
Khatib, has been
threatened by local PLO
supporters.

The PLO has assumed re-
sponsibility for the attack.
The statement said the two
were killed because there
was a death sentence
agaisnt them "for col-
laboratng with the enemy."
The Palestine news agency
Wafa said Tuesday that the
PLO would execute all col-
laborators with the "Zionist
enemy" everywhere.
The attack on the Al-
Khatibs climaxed two
weeks of unrest on the West
Bank protesting plans by
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon to transfer lodal
administrative functions
from the military to Israel-
appointed local civilian
authorites, including Pales-
tinians.
The protestors contend
that the move is intended to
strengthen Israel's grip on
the occupied territories.
In response to demon-
strations, stonings of Is-
raeli vehicles and an at-
tack on an army vehicle
with Molotov cocktails,
the Israeli authorities
blew up four houses in

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Sahour on Sunday. A
fifth was demolished in
Bethlehem. _ The
authorities claimed that
the owners of the houses
or their occupants were
involved in terrorist acts.
The anger in Beit Sahour
was particularly intense be-
cause the demolition of the
houses came as punishment
for acts in which no one was
killed and because in one of
the incidents a cocktail was
tossed bya 14-year-old
youth.
The mayors of Beit
Sahour and Bethlehem par-
ticipated in the demonstra-
tions during which youths
burned tires. The IDF did
not interfere.
Only when an IDF truck
was surrounded by Arab
demonstrators did one of the
soldiers shoot in the air. No
one was hurt.
During the hour-long
demonstration youths
marched around the de-
molished houses chant-
ing: "PLO — Israel no."
Mayor Elias Freij of
Bethlehem, who is con-
sidered a moderate,
called on Premier

Menahem Begin to pre-
vent "the law of the
jungle in the territories."
Mayor Hanna Al-Atrash
of Beit Sahour termed the
demolitions "collective
punishment" and called on
"all men of conscience" in
the- world and in Israel to
prevent such act.
Meanwhile four Palesti-
nian terrorists were sen-
tenced to life imprisonment
by an Israeli military court
after they were convicted in
the killing of six Jewish
settlers in Hebron in May
1980.
The settlers were mur-
dered from ambush as they
returned from Sabbath eve
prayers at the Cave of the
Patriarchs.
The precedent that no
Palestinian terrorist has
been executed by Israel was
maintained when one of the
three judges rejected the
death penalty which may be
imposed only by unanimity.
Relatives of the slain
settlers had demanded the
death penalty and one of
them, Azriel Barrak, said
the sentence was "an invita-
tion" to "other murderers to
commit similar atrocities."

El Strike Settlement Reached

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
12-day El Al strike ended of-
ficially Monday night when
the airline employees ac-
cepted proposals for a set-
tlement by Deputy Premier
David Levy.
Company sources said it
would take several days be-
fore nominal service is fully
restored. •
The terms of the settle-
ment reached remained un-
clear today and there ap-
peared to be a wide gap be-
tween labor's and manage-
ment's interpretation of
what was agreed to.
Moreover, Levy's interven-
tion on behalf of the gov-
ernment aroused the re-
sentment. of El Al board
chairman Avraham Shavit
and Histadrut.
Shavit sent a letter of res-
ignation to Transport
Minister Haim Corfu,
which, he said, would be-
come effective unless . the
full Cabinet affirmed its
support of the El Al man-
agement which the gov-
ernment appoints.
Shavit is said to feel
that Levy negotiated with
the EI•Al employees
without consulting man-
agement. Histadrut also
claims it was by-passed
and that Levy, who heads
the Likud minority bloc
in the trade union federa-
tion, acted to undermine
the Labor Party leader-
ship of Histadrut.
Meanwhile, the status of
18 flight engineers whose
impending dismissal
triggered the strike, re-
mained unclear. Manage-
ment had written a letter
stating that the engineers'
jobs would become redun-
dant when new aircraft are
delivered early next year.
Levy and the employees
apparently agreed that the
letter has "no validity."
Shavit retorted that since

Levy was not a signoratory
of the letter the could not
withdrasV it.
The El Al management
insists that the letter was
not a dismissal notice but
an invitation to the trade
union to negotiate. The
employees said that they
no longer recognize the
El Al management.
They issued a statement
saying, "The government is
our employer" and that
they, the workers are now
running the airline, not the
government-appointed
managers whom they no
longer trust.

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voted to reconsider a 1984
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who shot and killed Sen.
Robert Kennedy in 1968.

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