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June 11, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 11, 1982

The inward sighs of hum-
ble penitence rise to the ear
of heaven, when pealed

CIA Director Says Soviets Are Backers of Terrorists

mni
nsonarae. scattered to the
Igm

±-Joanna Baillie

11

NEW YORK (JTA) —
CIA director William Casey
warned that the Soviet
Union is financing the
Palestine Liberation

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Liberty Crew Is Still Bitter

NEW YORK — Surviv-
ing members of the crew of
the USS Liberty gathered in
New York last weekend,
many of them still bitter
over the U.S. investigation
of the Israeli attack on their
ship during the Six-Day
War in 1967.
Some 34 American crew-
men were killed and 171
were wounded in the attack.
Israel apologized for the in-
cident and paid a $6 million
indemnity, saying its forces
had thought the ship was an
Egyptian vessel.
One survivor told the
New York Times that the
victim did not die, "they

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were murdered."
As a gesture to the sur-
vivors, the Department of
the Army will change the
inscription on the grave of
six Liberty crewmen in Ar-
lington National Cemetery.
The marker says the six
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1967." The revised marker
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erty, June 8, 1967."

Japanese Seek
WZO Affiliation

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The "Makoya" pro-Israel
Japanese movement has
asked to become an associ-
ate member of the Zionist
movement. If accepted, it
will become the first non-
Jewish group to gain mem-
bership in the World Zionist
Organization.
WZO chairman Arye
Dulzin, who just returned
from a speaking tour of the
Far East, favors granting
the Makoya request.
The 1,000 Makoya
families, who speak Hebrew
and conduct regular pil-
grimages to Israel, contrib-
ute substantially to the $1
million raised each year for
Israel's Far East Jewish
communities.

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Organization as part 0( its
support for terrorist opera-
tions throughout the world.
In an address before the
Anti - Defamation League

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the National Law Re-
view, received ADL's
Human Relations Award
from the Lawyers Di-
vision of the ADL Appeal.
In describing terrorist op-
erations, the CIA director
said that terrorist training
camps have become "the
largest industry in Libya,
next to oil."
To counteract terrorism
,Clasey went on, the United
States is "working with in-
telligence services of
friendly nations . . . to track
terrorist organizations and
train quick-reaction and re-
scue forces."

of Bnai Brith, Casey de-
scribed international ter-
rorism as a "monster" which
ranges across five conti-
nents.
"The Soviet Union has
provided funding to the
PLO and, with at least tacit
Soviet approval, many
groups have trained to-
gether in Cuba, Libya, Iraq,
South Yemen and Leba-
non," he said.
Casey spoke at an ADL
dinner in New York at
which James Finkelstein,
president of the New
York Law Journal and
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