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November 18, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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Friday,.November 18, 1983

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Red Cross Says Israeli
POWs Are in Good Health

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Rep-
resentatives of the Interna-
tional Red Cross visited six
Israeli prisoners of war held
by the Palestine Liberation
Organization in Tripoli,
Lebanon, last week where
Yasir Arafat and his
loyalists were making a de-
sperate last stand against
attacking PLO dissidents
backed by Syria.
According to reports from
Geneva, the six Israelis are
well and are in the hands of
pro-Arafat elements. But
the Red Cross has not been
able to visit two other Is-
raeli POWs held captive by
Ahmed Jibril's Popular
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine-General Com-
mand, an extremist, anti-
Arafat terrorist group
under the PLO umbrella.
IRC spokesman Jean-
Jacques Kurz said those two
prisoners were last visited
by the Red Cross on Sept.
16.

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Kurz told Israel Radio
today that the IRC has a
14-member team in
Tripoli which is con-
cerned mainly with the
10,000 refugees from the
PLO's civil war. About 60
percent of them are
Lebanese whom the IRC
is supplying with food
and blankets.

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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Jews in America and the
Jewish community in Israel
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cal issues, according to a re-
cent survey conducted by Is-
raeli election - analyst
Hanoch Smith.
A large percentage of Is-
raelis saw public criticism
of their country's policies by
U.S. Jews as harmful and
dangerous while Americans
generally felt such criticism
was beneficial, the survey
revealed.
Meanwhile, according to
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Israelis who responded op-
posed yerida (emigration of
Jews from Israel to other
countries). Only 16 percent
of the American Jews
shared this opinion with the
Israelis.

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urity forces are investigat-
ing a bomb explosion which
killed two Shiite Moslem
residents of the south Leba-
non village of Tibnin Sun-
day. The Israelis are trying
to determine whether the
bombing was motivated by
a private feud or was
another in a series of at-
tacks on members of the
local home guard in south
Lebanon villages.

Shamgar Leads
Supreme Court

' JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Justice Meir Shamgar has
assumed the presidency of
Israel's Supreme Court,
succeeding Yitzhak Kahan
who has reached the statut-
ory retirement age of 70. At
58, Shamgar is the youngest
president of Israel's highest
judicial body. The presi-
dency automatically goes to
the justice with the longest
tenure.
Shamgar earned a lauda-
ble reputation as Judge Ad-
vocate General of the Israel
Defense Force in the early
1960s and later as Attorney
General in the early and
middle 1970s, prior to his
appointment to the Sup-
reme Court.
Although he was a
member of former Premier
Menahem Begin's Irgun in
the pre-state period, Sham-
gar was named Attorney
General by a Labor gov-
ernment, an indication of
the high esteem he com-
manded which transcended
politics.

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