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April 16, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Children's Novel Describes
Jews' Plight in Arab Lands

The persecution of Jews
in Arab countries after the
founding of the state of Is-
rael in 1948 is the subject of
a children's novel written
by Shmuel Argaman,
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"Shlomo's Secret Adven-
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N.Y. 10036), the paperback
book describes how Shlomo
and Tamar Avudi try to
save their parents after the
senior Avudis were arrested
in the middle of the night in
Baghdad and held in prison.
The adventure takes
Shlomo to Teheran and
Jerusalem, to Iraq's prisons
and escapades with its
police.
"Shlomo's Secret Ad-
venture" includes a
number of black-and-
white drawings to
enhance the text and a
simple map of the Middle
East. It also includes a
brief glossary of Jewish
terms used in the text.
The book is not simple
reading, but is ideal for
older children.

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Israel Patrol Thawarts Attack by Infiltrators From Jordan

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
army patrol repulsed an at-
tack by infiltrators from
Jordan Tuesday morning, a
military spokesman said.
Two infiltrators crossed the
Jordan River, near the spot
where two others were cap-
tured last Friday, and set up
a roadblock of stones across
a road.
When an army vehicle
slowed down for the bar-
ricade a grenade was
thrown from a roadside am-
bush but caused neither
damage nor casualties. The
soldiers gave chase but the
attackers fled back across
the Jordan River.
Meanwhile, Israel sent
a letter to the president of
the UN Security Council,
Ambassador M.
Kamanda ya Kamanda of
Zaire, drawing his atten-
tion to an infiltration of
two terrorists last Friday
night from Jordan to Is-
rael.
The two terrorists were
captured by Israeli soldiers
in the Jordan valley and
were identified as members
of El Fatah, the military
arm of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
The letter, written by Is-
rael's Ambassador Yehuda
Blum, concluded by stating:
"This act once again tes-
tifies to the criminal char-
acter of the terrorist PLO
which is bent on the delib-

erate indiscriminate mur-
der of civilians irrespective
of nationality and creed."
Lebanon also sent a letter
to the Security Council
charging "massive Israeli
troop concentrations" on the
Lebanese-Israeli border.
The letter, by Ambassador

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preceded and is now accom-
panied by official Israeli
threats against the territo-
rial integrity of Lebanon, in
total violation of the UN
charter and the most ele-
mentary principles of In-
ternational law."

presents

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
About 300 members of the
Israeli intelligence commu-
nity have fallen in active
service since the establish-
ment of the state in 1948,
and plans are now under
way to establish a memorial
to them.
Reserve Maj. Gen. Meir
Amit, former head of mili-
tary intelligence and
chairman of the Intelli-
gence Memorial Commit-
tee, said that about two-
thirds of the fallen 300 were
members of military in-
telligence, with about 100
members of other non-
military intelligence serv-
ices, including several
non-Jews.
"Till now, they have been
as anonymous in death as
they were in their work,"
Amit told a press conference
last week. The memo-
rial will contain the names
of some of the fallen, but not
all, as some must still re-
main anonymous. One was
buried abroad as a non-Jew,
after execution as a spy.
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon has said the gov-
ernment cannot provide fi-
nancial support for the proj-
ect, and a public appeal is
therefore being made.

DR. IRVING GREENBERG

Director of
National Jewish Resource Center

Lecture Sponsored by
The Berry Family

Topic:

"Jewish Success and
Jewish Survival: MUST
WE CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM?"

8:30 P.M.
Tuesday, April 20

Public Invited

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Ghassan Tueni of Lebanon,
said that the concentration
of troops by Israel violated
the 1949 armistice between
the two countries.
The Lebanese envoy
stated: "Massing of troops
which has been taking place
during the past few days,

NOW IN ITS
15TH YEAR .. .
The
Cultural Commission
of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

New Memorial
to Honor Fallen
Israeli Agents

Beauty

Friday, April 16, 1982 21

Next Speaker:
Senator Allen Ctanston of California
Tuesday, May 18

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