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February 03, 1984 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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Friday, February 3, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Akiva Case Postponed

Grunzweig Murder Suspect Detention Extended 30 Days

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
magistrates court extended
for 30 days the detention of
Yona Avrushmi, described
by police as the prime sus-
pect in the grenade murder
of Peace Now activist Emil
Grunzweig a year ago.
Avrushmi, however, has
not yet been formally
charged. He was arrested a
week ago.
According to police, the
alibi offered by Avrushmi, a
28-year-old resident of Ofra
on the West Bank, does not

hold water.
They said the suspect
has claimed to have been
in three different places
at the time the fatal gre-
nade was thrown into a
crowd of peace demon-
strators outside the
prime minister's office on
Feb. 10, 1983. The court
was given written evi-
dence by the police. Its
nature was not disclosed.
Meanwhile, the state pro-
secutor has been given the
file of 20-year-old David

Shemtov of Jerusalem who
is being held as a suspected

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The gift will fund a pro-
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Jewish history and a second
professorship in Hebrew
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Sovern said. It will also pro-
vide endowment for the
Center for Israel and Jewish
Studies and for the Judaica
collections in the university
libraries.

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