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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Friday, May 13, 1983 35

Attacks in Europe Linked

Patt Notes Israeli Trade Accomplishments in Speech

PARIS (JTA) — Clues
linking the Aug. 9, 1982,
terrorist attack on a Jewish
restaurant in Paris with a
terrorist attack a year ear-
lier on a Vienna synagogue,
brought French inves-
tigators to Vienna last week
to interrogate three Pales-
tinian terrorists held in a
Vienna prison.
The three are serving
sentences for killing two
people and wounding sev-
eral others when they
opened fire on worshippers
leaving a Vienna syna-
gogue on Aug. 29, 1981. Two
of the men, Hassan Marwan
and Yunis Bahij, admitted
to membership in the Abu
Nidal group, a Palestinian
splinter organization be-
lieved responsible for most

NEW YORK (JTA) — Gi-
deon Patt, Minister of In-
dustry and Trade of Israel,
said here that despite Is-
rael's many economic prob-
lems his country can chalk
up many accomplishments.
Addressing a gathering of
American and Israeli
businessmen at a luncheon
given by the American-
Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and Industry at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel last
week, Patt noted that Is-.

terrorist attacks against
Jews and others in Western
Europe in recent years, and
assassinating officials of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
The terror squad which
struck in Vienna used
WZ-63 Polish-made sub-
machineguns similar to
those used in the Rue des
Rosiers attack. Police
sources said there were
other similarities between
the two attacks.

Swedish Anti- Semite Jailed

NEW YORK (JTA) — An
anti-Semitic agitator in
Sweden has been sentenced
to 10 months in prison for
disseminating hate mate-
rial.

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billion in 1982, compared
with $57 million when Is-
rael was established in
1948.
Patt said one of the bur-
derns of Israel's economy is
that it owes about $22 bil-
lion in foreign debt. He
added, however, that Israel
is very "punctual" in repay-
ing its debts. The minister
called for increased eco-
nomic ties and expanded
trade between Israel and
the United States. He said
Israel imports from the the
U.S. more than it exports to
The conviction of Ditlieb the U.S. but would like to
Felderer, a key adherent of reverse that situation.
Patt, the only Cabinet
the Institute for Historical
Review (IHR), a U.S.-based minister who did not re-
outfit seeking to disprove turn to Israel to partici-
the Nazi Holocaust, was pate in the special
aided by information' pro- Cabinet meeting last Fri-
vided by the Anti- day which was called to
Defamation League of Bnai action the Israel-
Lebanese agreement
Brith.
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The minister said that
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Commerce meeting he
spoke with Premier
Menahem Begin and told

Apology
to Eban

WASHINGTON — The
Committee of Concerned
American Jews, a new
organization critical of the
policies of Israeli Prime
Minister Menahem Begin,
has apologized to Labor MK
Abba Eban for using his
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The committee sent out
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Rosenthal Award

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The Jewish Community Re-
lations Council of New York
has established a Benjamin
S. Rosenthal memorial
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Congressman.
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