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May 14, 1982 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Every desire bears its
death in its very gratifica-
tion.

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Reservists Criticize Riot Tactics

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israelis reacted with con-
cern this week to allega-
tions by six army reserve
officers severely critical of
the behavior of Israeli
soldiers in quelling demon-
strations by Palestinian
Arabs on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip.
The officers, ranging in
rank from lieutenant to
major, all with distin-
guished combat records, ac-
cused the government of
sending incompletely-
trained recruits into the
trouble areas without riot
control equipment, except
fire arms which they some-
times used indiscriminately
with fatal results.
The officers, who ap-
peared at a press conference
arranged by the Peace Now
movement, declined to give
details of specific instances.
They said they provided de-
tails to the army's chief
legal officer after their re-

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quest for a meeting with De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon
was refused.
The Defense Minstry
said it would hold a full
scale investigation of the
charges and study the
evidence submitted to the
army adjutant general.
According to the officers,
recruits confronted by
stone-throwing Arabs, have
no means of defending
themselves except with
weapons. Although stand-
ing orders require them to
fire at the legs of the demon-
strators, they often "panic"
and fire directly into the
crowds.
Since March, at least 15
Arabs, mostly teenagers,
have been fatally shot by Is-
raeli troops and many more
have been wounded.
The officers also con-
demned the behavior of
Jewish settlers in the occu-
pied territories, charging
that they harass and physi-
cally abuse local Arabs and
open fire on them from jeeps
or buses.
Earlier, Chief of Staff
Gen. Rafael Eitan de-
fended the army's use of
live ammunition to quell
riots on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip.
Eitan, appearing before
the Knesset's Foreign Af-
fairs and Security Commit-
tee, said investigations
show there had been no de-
viation from standing or-

ders by Israeli troops.
He said those orders
banned the use of live
ammunition unless all
other methods of riot control
failed and the soldiers were
in immediate danger. Re-
cently, Israeli forces have
resorted to rubber bullets
but on some occasions they
proved inadequate.
Eitan faced tough ques-
tions and criticism from
Labor Alighment members
of the committee.

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A short film on Israel's tank production will be followed by the
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JERUSALEM FROM BELOW

Highlights archaeological finds discovered below the homes
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of life as it was before the Romans devastated Jerusalem are
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honored recently at the
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the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary.
Rabbi Noah Gamze of the
Downtown Synagogue per-
formed a short ceremony.
The couple were married
in Detroit on March 26,
1932. Their children are:
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mege
of Oak Park, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Mege of Mas-
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