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March 09, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 9, 1984 11

8 Arraigned in Student's Murder

NABLUS (JTA) — Eight
suspects in the murder of
yeshiva student Aharon
Gross in Hebron last July
were arraigned in a
heavily-guarded courtroom
Sunday. Five pleaded not
guilty but the alleged leader
of the group, Ibrahim Sir-
bil, admitted to the crime,
saying he acted in "self de-
fense" against Jewish
settlers whom he accused of
terrorism.
Gross was stabbed to
death in the Hebron market
square and lay dying of his
wounds in the gutter while
his companions chased the
alleged killers who escaped
in a car. The youth was mis-
identified as an Arab and
was taken to a Moslem hos-
pital before his body was
turned over to Israeli
authorities.
The eight suspects are
charged with organizing
a "jihad" (holy war)
against Jews on the West
Bank to be conducted by
murder and sabotage

Bible Workbook
for Children

The Union of American
Hebrew Congregations will
publish this month a new
work book for very young
students of the Bible.
"Bible Work and Play —
Book Two": was authored by
Joyce Fischman and illus-
trated by Heidi Steinberger.
The 8 1/2x11-inch workbook
has 78 pages of games, quiz-
zes, questions and art proj-
ects for children to review
their knowledge of the Bi-
ble.

aimed at forcing Jews to
evacuate the territory
and the imposition of the
Moslem religion on Israel
by force of arms.
Sirbil and another defen-
dant refused to hire
lawyers. A third suspect
was unable to for financial
reasons." The court will

have to appoint counsel to
represent them.
The court area was sur-
rounded by armed police to
prevent incidents. Outside,
Jewish youths from Hebron
and Kiryat Arba demon-
strated, demanding the
death penalty for Gross'
murderers.

French Plan to Withdraw
Last Beirut Peacekeepers

PARIS (JTA) — France
decided last Thursday to
withdraw the 1,250 men it
still has in Beirut, the last
remnant of the original
four-nation multinational
force sent to the Lebanese
capital. There was no date
given for the withdrawal of
the French paratroopers but
French official sources said
they would leave "in the
very near future."
France decided to with-
draw its men after the
Soviet Union vetoed in the
United Nations Security
Council a French resolution
providing for the creation of
la UN force to replace the
multinational force.
Official sources in
Paris said the Soviet veto
dashed France's hopes to
have the UN step in to fill
the breach left by the four
powers' initial force. The
French were prepared to
wait and keep their
troops in Beirut as long
as they thought a UN con-
tingent would eventually
take over the task.
Most French advisers be-
lieve fighting will break out
anew in Beirut and



President Amin Gemayel's
reconciliation with Syria's
Hafez Assad will not
guarantee either his politi-
cal survival nor a continua-
tion of the cease-fire.

Bond Campaign

NEW YORK — Yitzhak
Navon, former president of
`Israel, has accepted the
honorary chairmanship of
the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion's "Operation Bnai
Ami," which will be con-
ducted March 26 to April 9
in Jewish communities in
the United States and
Canada, to help increase the
number of synagogues par-
ticipating in the 1984/5745
High Holy Day Appeals.

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Kibutz Singles

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Kibutz movements in Israel
have begun singles activi-
ties and newsletters for
those members who are
unmarried.
Single women outnumber
single men on kibutzim by
three to one, while in the
general Israeli society the
ratio is four to one.

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