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March 09, 1984 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Raids Retaliate for Attacks on IDF

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael Air Force jets bombed
targets in the Aley area
near the Beirut-Damascus
highway in two separate
raids Monday. A military
communique said a three-
story building that served
as a base for terrorist at-
tacks was hit in a raid in the
morning. The planes re-
turned at noon to blast other
targets in the area. All re-
turned safely to their bases,
a military spokesman said.
Beirut Radio reported
that 12 Kfir fighter-
bombers took part in the
morning raid, four dropping
bombs and the rest flying
cover. The Druze radio sta-
tion in the nearby Shour
Mountains said the build-
ing hit in the morning raid
was demolished but there
were no casualties because
it was unoccupied.
The latest air strikes fol-
lowed the wounding of 15
Israeli soldiers in separate
incidents in south Lebanon
on Sunday. Eleven soldiers
were hurt, one seriously,
when three explosions rip-
ped the Sidon port area.
Four other soldiers were
wounded when their vehicle
struck a land mine near
Baloul village in the east-
ern sector.
The Sidon port was
closed down indefinitely

despite protests from
local residents. An Israel
Defense Force spokes-
man said it would remain
closed while troops car-
ried out an inch-by-inch
search for clues to the
perpetrators of Sunday's
attack.
"We will turn over every
fishing net, examine every
board and building in the

area until we are satisfied,"
he reportedly told residents
who pointed out that most
imports into south Lebanon,
including food, comes
through Sidon. Two ships
attempting to enter Sidon
port on Monday were turned
away.
The Sidon quay has been
the scene of four other at-
tacks against IDF personnel

in recent weeks and Israeli
military sources said they
may be intended to create
unrest among residents of
Israel-occupied south Leba-
non. According to the
sources, the local populace
is resentful of-the wide-
spread searches which fol-
low such incidents and the
possible closure of the Sidon
port.

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Israeli Chairs
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TEL AVIV (JNI) — Even
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