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April 16, 1982 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, April 16, 1982

DESIGNERS UNIQUE ASSOCIATES

Withdrawal Goes on Despite Seder, Protest

(Continued from Page 1)
Tehiya faction.
Spokesmen for the anti-
withdrawal movement
claimed that an additional
400 supporters had come to
Yamit over the holiday.
They said "more than
100,000 protestors" would
join a "march to Yamit" on
Monday.
The army beefed up its

presence in the Yamit
area to prevent the infilt-
ration of more members
of the "Halt the With-
drawal" movement, as
members marched along
the northern (Israeli) side
of the border in an anti-
withdrawal demonstra-
tion.
Some 2,000 took part in
the march, which the or-

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ganizers had originally
planned would take place
within the Yamit zone. But
the area has been declared
closed to civilians by the
army, and the organizers
decided to avoid clashing
with the army by keeping to
the north of the fence and
marching along the main
roads "to allow even babies
in perambulators to take
part," the organizers said.
The movement organiz-
ers said "hundreds" of sup-
porters had infiltrated into
the Yamit area Sunday.
They were chased by troops
and many were detained for
illegal entry into a closed
area. But most were re-
leased immediately as t'..ey
were under the age of 1G.
Meanwhile, the dismaritl-
ing of homes and equipment
continues in Yamit and the
surrounding villages, some
of which now consist only of
one of two buildings in
which die-hard residents
are holding out to the last
minute.
Israeli youngsters aged
8 to 12 caused the most
trouble Tuesday in the
Yamit area. Jewish
Agency workers who
tried to uproot palm trees
in the region, to replant
them in new villages in-
side Israel, were foiled by
the youngsters who
climbed the trees and re-
fused to come down.
It took soldiers several
hours to get them down —
and even then it was thirst
and hunger which did the
job rather than military
prowess.
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Yamit choir group, caused a
traffic jam of several miles
when their re-entry to the
Yamit area area was barred
by soldiers. The youthful
singers had left the area to
entertain marchers at the
"Halt the Withdrawal"
movement march outside
the closed-off Yamit area.
When they tried to return
home they were told by
soldiers that the ban on re-
entry to Yamit applied to
them, also. They sat down
on the road and refused to
budge for hours while the
traffic jam mounted up be-
hind them.
Squatters in Yamit,
mainly Orthodox Jews,
complained to the gov-
ernment this week that
contractors employed by
the Jewish Agency to
dismantle buildings and
equipment had worked
during the Sabbath.
Although Sinai was de-
clared closed to civilians as
of midnight March 31, the
army relaxed the ban over
the Passover holiday for Is-
raelis out to picnic on the
beaches. Thousands
crowded some 24 miles of
beach along the Gulf of
Eilat to take advantage of
the sunny weather over the
weekend.
But campers who moved
into the hinterland for a
"last look" b6fore the region
reverts to Egyptian control
had their holiday inter-
rupted by flash floods which
turned the dry wadis (river-
beds) into streaming tor-
rents. Most roads were
reopened by noon Monday.

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