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November 27, 1981 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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Friday,.Noveather 27, 1981

THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Arab Moderate Attacked
by Terrorist Dies of Wound

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Yussuf Al-Khatib, an Arab
moderate shot by terrorists
last week, died of his
wounds Sunday night at the
Hadassah Medical Center
here.
Al-Khatib, 60, was the
chairman of the Ramallah
Region Farmers Associa-
tion which cooperated with
Israeli authorities on the
West Bank.
He was ambushed last
week while driving to
Ramallah with his son,
Khazom, 23, who was killed
instantly by a fusillade of
bullets.

The Palestine Libera-
tion Organization in Be-
irut claimed responsibil-
ity for the act and re-
peated death threatS to
other Arab moderates.

Mustapha Doudin, head
of the Hebron Region Far-
mers Association, has been
under 24-hour guard since
the assault on the Al-
Khatib.
His colleague, Bishara
Kawmissiya of Bethlehem,

said that the village asso-
ciations would continue to
function despite the assas-
sination of Al-Khatib and
the threats to others.
The associations were es-
tablished with encourage-
ment of the Israeli Military
Government to counter
pro-PLO elements on the
West Bank.

Scattered incidents
were reported on the
West Bank over the
weekend. Protests over
the demolition of three
houses in Beit Sahour
and one in Bethlehem last
week continued.

Mayor Hanna Al-Afrash
of Beit Sahour appeared at a
Rakah (Communist) Party
sponsored press conference
yesterday to demand com-
pensation. The houses were
blown up because members
of the woning families al-
legedly threw gasoline
bombs at Israeli vehicles.

If you are content you
have enough to live upon
with comfort.


Yamit Protestors Meet Begin

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
had a stormy meeting in his
office last week with three
Yamit settlers who are de-
manding that Israel refuse
to complete its withdrawal
from Sinai next April as it is
required to do under the
terms of the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty.
Begin agreed to. receive
the protestors. One of them,
Mischa Mishcon, has been
on a liquid diet for 40 days to
protest against the impend-
ing pull-out. He was carried
into the Premier's office on a

BONN (JTA) — The
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization has been prom-
ised a substantial increase
in military assistance from
East Germany.
According to well in-
formed sources in West Be-
rlin, the East Germans
made that pledge to a PLO
delegation new visiting
East Berlin. East German
military experts will be sent
to Lebanon to train the PLO
in the use of new weapons
systems received from the
Soviet Union and other
Warsaw Pact countries, the
sources said.
The sources noted that
the PLO delegation, headed
by. Kahlil Al-Wazir, whose
title is "Vice Chief Com-
mander of the Armed Forces
of the Palestinian Revolu-
tion," is receiving consider-
able attention in the
government-controlled
East German media.

Now the emphasis is on
the military relationship.
Wazir's picture appeared on
the front page of Neues
Deutchsland, official organ

angrily accused Begin of
"betraying the people of
Israel."
Begin reportedly told the
three men that he would
"not be lectured by you
about love of Eretz Yisrael."
He also made it clear that he
would not permit govern-
ment policy to be influenced
by hunger strikers, what-
ever their political persua-
sion. Mishcon demanded

that Begin submit the Sinai
withdrawal to a national re-
ferendum.
Begin asked Mishcon to
end his fast, but he refused.
Following the meeting he
was taken to a local hospital
for an infusion of glucose.

JERUSALEM (JNI) — A
public committee to encour-
age local Israeli creativity
will soon be formed by the
Israel Artists Guild, accord-
ing to Minister of Education
and Culture Zevulun
Hammer.

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Four generals of the East
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posed with him, an unusual
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Security Council
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NATIONS
(JTA) — The Security
Council approved a six-
month extension of the
United Nations Dis-
engagement Observer
Force (UNDOF) separating
Israeli and Syrian armies
on the Golan Heights.
The current mandate ex-
pires Nov. 30. The vote was
14-0 in favor and no absten-
tions. The People's Republic
of China, which opposes UN
peacekeeping operations,
did not take part in the vote,
as usual. UNDOF, estab-
lished by the council in
May, 1974, comprises
nearly 1,300 troops from
Austria, Canada, Finland
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has always been involved
in the supply and train-
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it usually played down
the military aspect while
stressing solidarity with
the Palestinian people in
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