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May 25, 1984 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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Friday, May 25, 1984

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NEWS

Israeli jets bomb terrorists

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israeli
Air Force jets bombed what
was described as a terrorist
base and training center in
eastern Lebanon near the,
Syrian border on Sunday
and Israeli soldiers fatally
shot one resident of Sidon
and wounded two others in a
grenade .incident in that
south Lebanon town.
The air raid was the
seventh Israeli air attack on
targets in Lebanon since the
beginning of the year. A
military spokesman said di-
rect hits were scored on five
buildings adjacent to a
railway line in janta vil-
lage, five miles east of
Rayak and south of Baalbek
in the Bekaa Valley.:He
said the base was used by an
Iran-supported Shiite Mos-
lem terrorist group for
training purposes and a
staging area for attacks on
the Israel Defense Force in
Lebanon. All Israeli aircraft
returned safely to their
bases. Israeli planes flew
reconnaisance flights over
Beirut on Sunday.
According to Beirut
Radio, explosions continued
in the target area for some
time after the raid ended,
indicating that ammunition
stores had been hit. The
radio report said many
wounded were rushed by
ambulance to hospitals in
Baalbek.
The clash in Sidon oc-
curred when a hand gre-
nade was thrown at an IDF
patrol. Israeli soldiers
opened fire, killing the man
believed responsible and
wounding two local resi-
dents. An Israeli soldier was
treated for scratches and re-
turned to duty.
Meanwhile, the Ein Hil-
weh refugee camp in south
Lebanon remained quiet
after a week of unrest cli-
maxed last Thursday by the
fatal shooting of two women
in the camp. The violence
occurred after IDF patrols
searched the camp and re-
portedly uncovered large
stocks of weapons and
ammunition.
Andolof Rydbeck the
Commissioner General of
the United Nations Relief
and Works Agency (UN-
RWA) in Beirut which ad-
ministers the camp,
charged initially that the
women were shot by Israeli
soldiers. Later he amended
that claim, saying they
were shot by memnbers of
the Palestinian National
Guard Militia, a group of
camp residents armed and
supported by Israel.
The IDF said the women
were victims of internal
rivalries and displites
among the 35,000 camp
residents which erupted be-
cause of food shortages, a
halt in PLO subsidies and a
reduction in UNRWA.
supplies.
According to an IDF
statement, one woman was

killed by a man in a distur-
bance that developed while
he was moving his family
out of the camp. The second
woman was killed when
unknown persons fired into
a crowd at the funeral of the
first victim, the IDF said. It
dismissed allegations that
the IDF searches were the
cause of the unrest.
runThe searches result&
in the arrests of 27 camp
residents, most of them
identified as former in-
mates of the Ansar prison
camp where suspected ter-
rorists were held after the
PLO evacuated Beirut in
1982. The camp was
emptied at the time of the
Israeli-PLO prisoner ex-
change. Some of the re-
leased inmates returned to
their homes in Sidon where
they allegedly resumed
anti-Israel activities.
The IDF reported last
week that 10 inmates had
escaped from Ansar, the
first indication that the
prison camp was again in
use. Four of the escapees
were recaptured, one of
them fatally shot in the
process. Five still at large
are being hunted by Israeli
security forces.
Meanwhile, an IDF
soldier was slightly
wounded in south Lebanon
Sunday night when small
arms fire was directed from
ambush at an IDF convoy.

UAHC urges
black-Jewish
harmony

Secausus, N.J. (JTA) —
The Union of American
Hebrew Congregations
(UAHC), deploring "threats
of violence and appeals of
prejudice" in the President-
ial campaign, has called on
black and Jewish leaders to
form a "coalition of con-
science" aimed at "building
together a just society."
A resolution of the
UAHC's policy-making
Board of Trustees declared:
"The traumas of the mo-
ment must not be used to
justify the Jewish commu-
nity's withdrawal from our
historic commitment to so-
cial justice and to coopera-
tive efforts for decency."
The action came at the
semi-annual meeting of the
board here last weekend.
The resolution con-
demned "threats of ter-
rorism and reprisals di-
rected against blacks or
Jews, whether emanating
from the Jewish Defense
League or the Nation of Is-
lam. We are troubled," the
UAHC trustees said, "that
Presidential candidates and
other leaders of American
public opinion have failed to
adequately respond to these
assaults on the democratic
process."

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