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February 10, 1984 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-10

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30 Friday, February 10, 1984

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Israel Defense Forces have
captured a band of 15 ter-
rorists responsible for the
deaths of six Israeli soldiers
and the wounding of many
others in south Lebanon
during the past six months.
Most were identified as
Shiite Moslem followers of
the Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini of Iran.
According to the army,
the gang carried out at least
14 attacks on Israel troops
and installations. They
were captured after an at-
tack on an Israel Defense
Force post on Jan. 21. Pur-
suit of the attackers led to a
Moslem village where the
terrorists were found hiding
in a house and in a mosque.
, Five were taken into
custody and their inter-
rogation led to the ap-
prehension of 10 others,
including local religious
leaders. The army
claimed that large quan-
tities of Soviet-made
arms and ammunition
were found in their hide-
outs.
But the arrests have not
ended attacks on IDF troops
in south Lebanon. Auto-
matic weapon fire was
aimed at an Israeli outpost
south of the Zaharani River
last Thursday from a pass-
ing car. There were no
casualties but the attackers
escaped.
Two Israeli soldiers were
slightly wounded Monday
when two grenades were
hurled at their patrols south
of the Zaharani River.
In two other incidents
Monday, a rocket propelled
grenade hit an Israel De-
fense Force patrol in the
Nabatiya market area and
another patrol in Sidon was

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1985, submitted by
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week, amounts to $2.25 bil-
lion for Israel; $2.17 billion
for Egypt; $117 million for
Jordan; $35.3 million for
Lebanon; and $20 million
for Middle East regional de-
velopment.
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were no casualties in either
incident. Army sources said
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dent in Sidon in 24 hours.
Sunday, an Israeli
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which he was traveling
overturned as it was
speeding away from a
roadside attack near Jez-
zine in the eastern sector.
There were three other
attacks over the weekend
on IDF patrols in the
same area, but there were
no casualties. But four
local residents of
Nabatiya were wounded
when an explosive device
hidden under a car went
off as they passed by.
Attacks ' against IDF
patrols and positions have
averaged 15 a week in re-
cent weeks, with their inci-
dence increasing in recent
days, according to the army
spokesman. A compilation
of casualties shows that
since the start of the war in
Lebanon in June, 1983, 567
Israeli soldiers were killed
and 3,240 were wounded.

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