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April 16, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-16

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Friday, April 16, 1982 5

Temple Mount Attack Triggers Violent Week

(Continued from Page 1)
Six Israelis and four
tourists were hurt in stone-
throwing incidents Monday
morning. An NBC televi-
sion cameraman received a
bullet wound in the left
Sixteen persons were
reported hospitalized for
injuries received in dis-
turbances in East
Jerusalem on Monday.
An Israeli woman and
her two-year-old son
were on the critical list
for head wounds suffered
------1%en a bus was stoned
it the Jewish suburb
or Neve Yaacov.
On Tuesday, an eight-
year-old Arab boy was kil-
led and several persons, in-
cluding Israeli soldiers, in-
jured in the continuing vio-
The general strike, called
by the Moslem Supreme
Council in East Je-
rusalem, had almost total
compliance. Schools and
shops were closed and pub-
lic transportation was at a
The council in effect re-
jected the Israel govern-
ment's expressions of regret
over the shooting and the
government's contention
that the killer was de-
While the government
condemned the shooting,
it accused the council of
exploiting the incident
for political purposes. A
statement issued by the
Prime Ministers Office
described the perpet-
rator as "mentally ill"
and expressed pain over
"the terrible sacrilege
and the loss of life."




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At the same time, it
cautioned the Moslem reli-
gious body against "spread-
ing a blood libel." The
statement observed that the
council should "remember
that the days of the Mufti,
Al - Husseini, Hitler's
agent, are gone never to re-
The reference was to the
late Grand Mufti of
Jerusalem during the
British Mandate in Pales-
tine, who incited violence
against the Jewish commu-
nity and defected to the
Nazis in World War II.

Jerusalem attempted to
restore calm to the city.
He raised no objection to
an attempt by Moslem
notables, escorted by
Christian clergymen, to
hold a "peaceful march"
to the Temple Mount.
Kollek advised the police
to allow the Moslem
community to "let off
steam." But security
forces halted the proces-
sion just as it got started
on the main street of East
Jerusalem and arrested
several of the partici-
pants' for questioning.
Kollek predicted that Is-
rael's enemies would use
the Temple Mount inci-
dent against Israel.
Meanwhile, casualties
mounted throughout the
occupied territories where
order appeared to have been
restored last week after 10
days of disturbances
triggered by Israel's ouster

The statement by the
Moslem Supreme Council
expressed disbelief that the
man responsible for the
shooting was mentally dis-
turbed. It noted that it was
hardly likely that an insane
man would be inducted into
the Israeli army.
Mayor Teddy Kollek of

IJA to Ask for Stringent
European Neo-Nazi Laws


LONDON (JTA) — Brit-
ain and other West Euro-
pean countries will be urged
to strengthen their legisla-
tion to combat the re-
surgence of neo-Nazism.

realize that the strongest
motive of resistance to
them is the memory of the
Nazi horrors and there-
fore these must be wiped
off the slate of history by
distortion or falsifica-
The Institute of Jewish tion," he said. Books and
Affairs, research arm of the pamphlets attempting to
World Jewish Congress, "revise" recent history
said this week that it would
appeared in growing
press parliaments to intro- had
numbers, according to
duce special legal pro- Lawrence.
visions against the denial
Dr. Stephen Roth, the In-
and whitewashing of Nazi
stitute's director and author
crimes, especially the mur- of a report !Making the De-
der of six million Jews.
nial of the Holocaust a
Ivan Lawrence, a Jewish Crime in History," said par-
Conservative member of liaments should follow the
Parliament and a member initiative taken by West
of the Institute's policy Germany.
The Bonn government
planning group, said denial
of the Holocaust had re- had proposed making it a
cently become one of the criminal offense to deny the
main weapons of neo-Nazi facts of the crime of
genocide. "Those who care
for justice and the dignity of
"The radical right wing the victims and concerned
elements, who threaten about the growing amount
not just the ethnic of neo-Nazi propaganda
minorities but the demo- should certainly advocate
cratic order as a whole, such a measure," Roth said.

French Find Link Between
Extremists and Palestinians

PARIS (JTA) — French
investigators believe they
have found material links
between local extreme-
left-wing terrorists and
Palestinian Organizations
which have claimed respon-
sibility for the murder of Is-
raeli diplomat Yakov Bar-
simantov and American
assistant military attache
Charles Ray.
Police sources said that
one of the guns seized last
week from French ex-
tremists was found to have
been used in the attack
against the Israeli military
purchasing mission in Paris
March 31.
Police discovered last
week an important cache of
arms at a "direction action"
hideout. The examination of
the weapons and ballistic
tests showed, police say,
that one of the seized sub-
machineguns had been used
in the attack on the Israeli

Police also said they
believe that the same
Czech-made CA 7.65 mm
automatic pistol was
used in the murder of
Ray Jan. 18 and that of
Bar-Simantov April 3.
On this basis, police be-
lieve they have found a con-
crete link beetween the
local "Action Directe" and
the Lebanese "Revolution-
ary Armed Faction."
Israel has officially
charged the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization with
responsibility for Bar-
simantov's killing.

And say unto them: Thus
saith the Lord God: Behold,
I will take the children of
Israel from among the na-
tions, whither they are
gone, and will gather them
on every side and bring
them into their own land;
—Ezekiel 37:21

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of three West Bank mayors. Incident. Reportedly, 13
Incidents ranged from at- Arab countries closed down
tempted sabotage to fierce completely while others
rock-throwing melees.
partially observed the
3 Tit-obit:Da
According to Interior strike. Oil fields continued
Ministry sources, quoted by to operate, however.
Kol Israel Radio, the Tem-
Some 35 Arab merchants
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ple Mount gunman was in the south Dearborn,
Allan Harry Goodman. He Mich. area announced that
is a 38-year-old bachelor they would close their stores
from New Jersey and im- for two hours today to pro-
migrated to Israel only 13 test the Temple Mount kil-
months ago.
.ccording to those
sGiArces, Goodman first ar-
rived in Israel on Aug. 8,
1977 on a tourist visa and
changed to immigrant
status shortly afterwards.
He studied Hebrew at the
Etzion ulpan in Jerusalem
in January 1978 but quit
two months later after
being involved in fights.
The ulpan manager repor-
tedly described him as a
"loner" and a "very prob-
lematic person." He re-
turned to the U.S. but was
back in Israel as an immig-
rant last year.
The Absorption Ministry
said Goodman immigrated
in 1977 and later displayed
a certificate of marriage to
an American woman. Ac-
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he tried unsuccessfully to
join several kibutzim and in
1977 registered as a student
at a yeshiva in Raanana.
King Khaled of Saudi
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Arabia called for a general
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strike throughout the Mos-
lem world on Wednesday to
protest the Temple Mount

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