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October 21, 1983 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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14 Friday, October21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Two Israeli Escorts Killed, One Injured

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
border policemen were kil-
led and another wounded
while escorting an IDF (Is-
rael Defense Forces) convoy
near Sidon in Lebanon
Tuesday.
One of them, a 20-year-
old man doing his compul-
sory military service, was a
survivor of the collapse of a
building in Sidon just a year
ago. He had at that time
been on watch on the roof of
the building and was
thrown to the ground, es-
caping death when the
structure collapsed.
The unit was returned to
Lebanon only last week.
The other man killed in
Tuesday's attack was a
newcomer to the unit.
According to the army
spokesman, light arms

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Israel Radio said the am-
bush had been well planned
and set up some time in ad-
vance, taking advantage of
abandoned buildings at the
roadside in which the attac-
kers waited in hiding. The
area is heavily populated
and the attackers appar-
ently managed to escape by

mingling with the local
residents.
Six attempts at attacks
agaisnt IDF units were car-
ried out in the region of the
ambush during the past
week, according to Israel
Radio.

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fire and a bazooka shell
were fired from an am-
bush at two border patrol
jeeps which were travel-
ling on the southern ap-
proaches to Sidon at 9:30
Tuesday night. A number
of hand grenades were
also thrown at the ve-
hicles from a nearby
building. Those in the ve-
hicles returned the fire
and IDF reinforcements
scoured the area.

BONN (JTA) — More
than 10,000 persons, includ-
ing leading West German
political figures and aca-
demicians, Nazi victims and
groups and individuals from
Israel, the United States
and other countries are urg-
ing the city state of Ham-
burg to preserve the former
concentration camp at
Neuengamme as a memo-
rial and warning to future
generations.
An appeal, bearing the
signatures, among others,
of some 400 former in-
mates of Neuengamme
which was used by the Nazis
for slave labor, was pre-
sented to Hamburg Mayor
Klaus Von Dohnanyi. The
appeal notes that from 1938
to 1945, 106,000 persons
were held at Neuengamme
of whom 55,000 perished,
mainly because of in-
humane living and working
conditions.
At present, most of the
remaining buildings at the
camp serve as a prison.
Hamburg cultural groups
have called for the
preservation of the other
buildings not in use as a
monument. But the local
authorities decreed that
they are not worthy of
preservation.
The former brick fac-
tory where thousands of
deportees died is to be
torn down and other
buildings are expected to
be incorporated into the
prison complex.
Signatories to the appeal
include such prominent
Germans as Hans-Jochen
Vogel, justice minister in
the previous Social
Democratic-led govern-
ment; Horst Ehmke; several
Bundestag members; scien-
tists, author and theolo-
gians and Nazi victims from
France, Belgium, Holland,

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NEW YORK — The
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will be the focus of discus-
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gates at the 34th biennial
assembly of the National
Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods (Reform) Nov.
10-14 in Houston.

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