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October 21, 1983 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Police Detain 3 in Sabbath Attack on Jerusalem Mayor

One of the men was ar-
rested Sunday and two were
taken into custody early
Monday. All have denied
they were involved in the
attack. Their identities
were not made public.
Kollek had attended serv-
ices at the Persian

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The police have detained
three persons suspected of
attacking Mayor Teddy
Kollek Saturday as he
emerged from a synagogue
in an Orthodox neighbor-
hood and are searching for
four more suspects.

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stood outside the synagogue
shouting "Nazi" and
"enemy of Israel."
The immediate cause for
the attack appeared to be
Kollek's stand against reli-
gious opposition to the con-
struction of a mixed public
swimming pool in the
Ramot quarter, near Or-
thodox neighborhoods.
In an unrelated arrest,
the police Sunday detained
Rabbi Moshe Hirsch, self-
styled "foreign minister" of
the Eda Haredit, an ex-
tremist ultra-Orthodox
group, who allegedly re-
sisted officers who had come
to arrest his son and daugh-
ter on suspicion of avoiding
compulsory military serv-
ice.

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PARIS (JTA) — France is
interested in expanding its
industrial and economic
cooperation with Israel and
wants to pursue a policy of
joint projects in technical
and scientific fields. The
French Minister for Indus-
try, Laurent Fabius,
stressed at a joint study
group meeting here last
week that the government
is giving priority to such
projects.
Fabius' declaration was
read before the 200 assem-
bled French and Israeli
businessmen, bankers and
technicians by one of his
aides. The minister was
meeting with President
Francois Mitterrand at the
time.
Israel's new ambassador
to France, Ovadia Soffer,
also stressed the com-
plementary nature of
French and Israeli societies.
He stressed Israel's high
level of technical and scien-
tific development which, he
said, could benefit its West
European partners. Senate
President Alain Poher also
called for increased cooper-
ation between the two coun-
tries which, he said, could
benefit both.
The study group was or-
ganized by a French eco-
nomic publication. The par-
ticipants concentrated on
preparing concrete projects
in the electronic and medi-
cal fields.

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Liacouras head the list of
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synagogue in the Bukha-
rian quarter when he was
surrounded by a mob of
some 200 religious zealots
from the adjacent Mea
Shearim quarter. He was
knocked to the ground,
kicked, punched and
scratched. He suffered a
knee injury but was able to
drive himself home nad re-
turned to work Sunday.
A spokesman for the
Mayor said that the gov-
ernment must take a
strong stand against Kol-
lek's assailants. He said it
would help if the Aguda
Israel party stopped put-
ting up bail for Orthodox
Jews arrested for disor-
derly conduct, as it has
done in several cases in
the past.
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mites called on Kollek over
the weekend to express
their regret. The callers in-
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Jews.
Kollek also had been
harassed during the serv-

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