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December 03, 1982 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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TliE' DETROIT JEWISH - NEWS

UN Officials Call for a Palestinian State

(Continued from Page 1)
decide whom it wishes to
recognize."
Addressing a mass rally
earlier, Sus's said the PLO's
Central Council, at its
meeting in Damascus last
weekend, has "categorically
rejected" President
Reagan's Middle East peace
plan "because it is a Zionist
plan contrary to Palestinian
and Arab interests."

Protest Marks
Partition Day

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Stone throwing incidents
and other public distur-_
bances erupted on the West
Bank Monday as Palesti-
nians, mainly youths
demonstrated on the 35th
anniversary of the United
Nations partition resolu-
tion of Nov. 29, 1947, which
called for establishment of
Jewish and Arab states in
Palestine.
Israeli officials said the
incidents were minor, com-
pared to demonstrations on
the same occasion in prev-
ious years. An Israeli
policeman was injured by
stone-throwers in Ramallah
where reinforced security
forces attempted to main-
tain order.
Curfews were imposed on
the Dahaishe refugee camp
south of Bethlehem after
stone-throwing rampages
and on the casbah in Nab-
lus, following a student
demonstration. Israeli
soldiers fired tear gas
bombs to disperse the
crowds. Several schools
closed earlier than usual.

In Washington, a State
Department spokesman
had insisted the PLO's
Central Council had not
in fact rejected the Re-
agan plan outright.
He also said that Secre-
tary of State George Shultz'
meeting last week with
Palestinian leaders, includ-
ing two West Bank mayors
expelled by Israel, was not
the beginning of indirect
talks with the PLO.
Some of the group had

met with PLO chief Yasir
Arafat in Tunis last week
while on their way to attend
a conference at American
University on "Palestinians
Under Occupation."
Last week, Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak
called on the PLO to unilat-
erally recognize Israel. He
said, "It is not advisable for
the PLO to reject all initia-
tives like Israel does."
At the same time, Brit-
ain's Prime Minister Mar-

Blast Injures
Israeli Soldiers

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three Israeli soldiers were
wounded Tuesday when the
armored personnel carrier
in which they were travel-
ling went over a mine north
of Bhamdoun on the main
Beirut-Damascus highway
held by Israeli forces.
The wounded soldiers
were evacuated to hospitals
in Israel. Israel radio said
that Druze and Christian
forces resumed their
mutual shelling and firing
in villages in the Bhamdoun
area.

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High Court Nixes
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The U.S. Supreme Court de-
clined to hear an appeal by
John Demjanjuk, a -Ukrai-
nian - born former concen-
tration camp guard who was
stripped of his American
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meet with an Arab League
delegation led by King Hus-
sein of Jordan because the
delegation includes a PLO
representative.
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Ontario Federation of Labor
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representative of the Pales-
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representative in Canada
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