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August 20, 1982 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 20, 1982 13

Palestinian Praises Israel for Soldier's Kindness

PLO Victims
Speak in U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Three Israeli citizens who
) have been victimized di-
rectly or indirectly over the
years by the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization, are in
the U.S. to begin a two-week
tour of eastern U.S. cities to
tell the American public
"what the PLO is all about."
Ankie Spitzer, whose
husband was one of the 11
Israeli athletes killed at the
Munich Olympic Games in
1972, said, "It is being por-
trayed here by the U.S.
media as an organization of
freedom fighters and we feel
this is not accurate. We
think they are one big kil-
ling machine."
'At a press conference at
the Israel Embassy here
yesterday Spitzer was
joined by Yossi Hochman,
whose wife and two children
were killed in a 1978 coastal
road terrorist attack and in
which he lost the lower part
of his legs; and Preeti Sylvia
Arroyo, whose two children
were killed in a grenade at-
tack in January 1971 on the
Gaza Strip.
The three are all mem-
bers of the Israel-based
Organization of Victims of
PLO terror, which claims a
membership of around
2,000 -people plus many
other members who are
relatives of PLO victims.
The three Israeli stressed
that they came here at their
own expense to tell their
stories to the American
people, but not to make
political statements.

Israel Today
buts in March

EL AVIV (JNI) — A new

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English-language daily, Is-
rael Today, will be pub-
lished in Israel beginning
next March, according to
Phil Blazer, founder and.
publisher of the U.S. edition
of Israel Today.
"Our paper will do its ut-
most to be politically inde-
pendent," Blazer said.
Blazer also intends to turn
the bi-weekly American
paper into a daily.

occurred in Kfar Yassif,
and she could not recog-
nize her childhood
haunts.
"Hadia reported she had
no difficulties at the Israeli
inspection point. Her trou-
bles began at the inspection
point controlled by the
Falangists. They cursed her
religion, took her children,
and spilled the water she
had brought for the journey,
saying, 'It's better that the
ground drink the water,
than you drink it.'

"The Lebanese taxi driver
that drove her ran back to
the Israeli inspection point
to call the soldier to help the
woman and free the daugh-
ters.
"The soldier discovered
that the woman planned to
visit Israel, to Kfar Yassif,
to see her family, who had
arranged her pass. The
soldier was from Nahariya,
a short distance from her
home village; he was con-
cerned, and in the end was
allowed to accompany her to

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" 'Words can't express my
praise for the Israeli
soldiers, especially the
young officer from
Nahariya. Your soldiers are
human beings, not enemies,
or hired guns. I want to tell
you this after I heard so
many arguments about Is-
raeli soldiers in Lebanon.'
"Hadia's brother-in-law,
Mahmoud Bishr, from Acco
heard her request and
called a news conference to
inform the Israeli public."

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(Editor's note: The fol-
lowing item by Judah
Ariel appeared in the
Aug. 2 edition of Haaretz.
It was translated from
Hebrew by former De-
troiter Zev Davis of Is-
rael.)
" If it wouldn't have been
for Israeli soldiers, I
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have happened to me or my
daughters when I left Be-
irut.
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