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April 09, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-09

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Protests, Looters in Yamit

TEL AVIV (JTA)— Eight
members of the movement
to stop the withdrawal from
Sinai were arrested in
Yamit April 1 after clashing
with Israeli soldiers and
police who tried to prevent
them from landing from a
flotilla of pleasure boats re-
nted at a Tel Aviv marina.

The five boats, carrying
an estimated 40 militants,
withdrew after the landing
party was subdued. But the
skirmish on the beach
foreshadowed more serious
confrontations when Israeli
troops begin to remove an
estimated 3,000 illegal
squatters, mainly Orthodox
Jews from outside the
region, who have vowed
they will never leave Sinai
voluntarily. It is believed
that the government will
begin removing the squat-
ters after Passover.
Looters are having a
field-day in Yamit, remov-
ing everything portable
from houses abandoned by
their former owners and not
taken over by squatters or
soldiers.

Bedouin and other
Arab workers employed
by the Jewish Agency
continued their work of
dismantling houses and
farm equipment
throughout the Sabbath,
despite denials by the
government that any
work was being done on
the Sabbath. But while
they were at work other
Sinai Bedouin, and Jews
from other parts of Israel,
were stripping the
houses of saleable items
such as wood, floor and
wall tiles, piping and
electric wire and fittings.

Soldiers who camped, in
vacated houses, ostensibly
to prevent them from being
taken over by squatters,
tore down doors and window
frames to build bonfires.
In houses taken over by
squatters, and in makeshift
shelters in farm villages
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
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cided to establish 40 mili-
tary "lookout posts"
throughout the West Bank,
staffed by young soldiers
taken from Nahal units
doing their agricultural
service in kibutzim.
The decisions was appar-
ently taken by Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon per-
sonally, and, as a military
move, does not require dis-
cussion by the Cabinet or
the Ministerial Defense
Committee.
But such army posts can
and have frequently in the
past formed the basis for
later civilian settlements.
As army posts, they do not
require the legal requisi-
tioning of land.
The kibutzim from which
the young soldiers were
taken have protested to the
Defense Ministry at the
sudden withdrawal of man-
power without any advance
warning.

the movement to halt the
withdrawal were planting
crops as though they were
certain of a long and pros-
perous future there. A war
memorial was taken over
and fortified by a group of
students.

Friday', April 9;1982 '35

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JDL Protest

NEW YORK (JTA) —
About 30 members of the
Jewish Defense League and
Betar led by Rabbi Meir
Kahane last Thursday
seized the offices here of the
Herut Party in protest
against Israel's withdrawal
from Sinai. The Herut Party
supports the policies of
Premier Menahem Begin.
Betar is the youth move-
ment of Herut.

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