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April 30, 1982 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, April 30, 1982

Emigres Were Terrorist Target

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Austria's Interior Minister
has told the World Jewish
Congress (WJC) that the
Palestinian terrorists being
held for the attack on Vien-
na's main synagogue last
August have admitted
under interrogation that
the transit camp for Soviet
Jewish emigrants in Vie-
nna was originally an in-
tended target.
Minister Erwin Lane,
who oversees. Austria's in-
ternational security and
police forces, met with lead-
ership of the WJC American
section last week. The talks
focused on a wide range of
issues of mutual concern re-
lating to the Soviet Jewry
question, international ter-
rorism, and Austrian
foreign policy.
Lane reported on inten-
sified measures being taken
by the Austrian authorities
to insure the security of the
transit camp of Soviet
Jewish emigrants in Vie-
nna. He noted in this con-
nection that prior to the at-
tack on. the Vienna
synagogue, the Palestinian

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this year, compared to a $60
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