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October 29, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, October 29, 1982

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or

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CAIRO (JTA) — Egypt
has requested the im-
mediate resumption of
negotiations with Israel
over the status of Taba.
According to the semi-
official news daily Al-
Ahram, Egyptian Foreign
Minister Kamal Hassan
Ali, has asked Washington,
in a letter to U.S. Secretary
of State George Shultz, to
play an active role in the
negotiations over the dis-
puted territory south of
Eilat, whose situation Ali is
said to have described as
critical.
The message reportedly
charged that Israeli meas-
ures in Taba violated the
provisions of a framework
concluded last April for re-
solving the dispute. Prep-
arations for the opening of a
large hotel in the area are
currently underway.
All told reporters that
he had sent a similar let-
ter to Israeli Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir,
setting out the Egyptian
position on the territorial
dispute.
In related developments,
Egypt has warned Sonesta,
the company that will oper-

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VIENNA (JTA) — Bahij
Younis, a 29-year-old Pales-
tinian, went on trial last
week, accused of master-
minding the attack on the
Vienna Jewish community
center in the summer of
1981 in which two people
were killed and 18 were
wounded.
He is also charged with
plotting the assassination of
Heinz Nittel, a Vienna city
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