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January 13, 1984 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-13

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MERC Hearing Postponed,
Judge to Hear Akiva Case

The Michigan Employ-
ment Relations Commis-
sion has postponed the
scheduled hearing on unfair
labor practice charges
brought by striking
teachers against Akiva He-
brew Day School.
Last Friday, Federal Dis-
trict Judge George Woods
agreed to hear a suit
brought by Akiva against
MERC. The school claims

the state has no jurisdiction
over the school based on the
separation of church and
state provisions of the First
Amendment of the U.S.
Constitution.
MERC has postponed its
hearings, which were
scheduled for this week,
until Judge Woods decides
the Constitutional ques-
tion. A trial date of Jan. 31
has been set.

IDF Denies Reports Tanks
`Went Berserk' at Sidon Site

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The crafts' bomb-sight cameras
Israel Defense Force has before, during and after the
denied reports from Sidon raid showing pinpoint accu-
that IDF crews in Merkava racy on military targets.
tanks "went berserk" in the
town Sunday and fired in-
discriminately, wounding
residents and damaging
cars and other property.
The army spokesman
pointed out that there were
no Merkava tanks in Sidon
Sunday nor any Israeli
tanks in the possession of
Maj. Saad Haddad's south
Lebanon militia which
might have been mistaken
for Israeli tanks. The
spokesman said that the
news agencies which re-
ported the incident had no
resident correspondents
there.
According to the army
spokesman, Israeli forces in
personnel carriers on patrol
in the main street spotted a
car parked in an area where
parking is banned, to pre-
vent booby-trapped cars
from being left there. When
the owner or the driver of
the car could not be found,
the IDF crews fired at the
vehicle to detonate any
possible bombs in it, in ac-
cordance with standing
army regulations in such
instances, of which the
Lebanese residents were
fully aware.
Meanwhile, the .IDF
headquarters in Tel Aviv
strenuously denied re-
ports from Lebanon, in-
cluding allegedly eye-
witness reports, that its -
air raid last week on pro-
Iranian terrorist bases
near Baalbek had caused
heavy civilian casualties.
These reports claimed
that 100 people had been
killed and 400 wounded.
The on-the-spot reports
charged that Israeli planes
had deliberately chosen
civilian targets. But the
IDF published aerial photo-
graphs taken with the air-

Kirkpatrick: UN
May Try to Expel
Israel — Again

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DETROI

Friday, January '13, 1984 15

THE DET1ROIT- iWISH NEWS -

NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS:

FLOOR
COVERINGS

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The United States Ambas-
sador to the United Nations,
Jeane Kirkpatrick, warned
that efforts to expel Israel
from the United Nations
may take place again this
year.

The envoy said that the
efforts to expel Israel from
the UN during the last two
years were "turned back" to
a large degree by extensive
U.S. lobbying among
member-states and public
as well as private warnings
that the U.S. will withdraw
from the world organization
should the efforts to expel
Israel succeed.

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