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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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26 Friday, June 8:1984

THE fiETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jerusalem (JTA) —
President Chaim Herzog
forcefully denounced the
Jewish terrorist under.
ground currently under in-
vestigation for acts of vio-
lence carried out or planned
against Arab civilians.
Addressing a group of
B'nei Akiva youth from
abroad, he said this phe-
nomenon must be rooted out
with an iron hand because it
threatens Israel's national
existence and provides Is-
rael's enemies with prop-
aganda weapons. There are
presently 27 suspects under
indictment for a variety of
criminal acts ranging from
attempted murder to mem-
bership in a terrorist organ-
ization.
Herzog attributed the
emergence of a Jewish un-
derground that employed
violence to "a horrible fail,
ure in education." He said
that "only a sick and dis-
torted 'mind would have
thought any good could
come out of such terrible
crimes."
The President's remarks
were sharply criticized by
the Action Committee on
behalf of the Jewish under-
ground suspects. The group,
mainly West Bank settlers,
accused Herzog of creating a
lynch atmosphere.
Meanwhile, Jerusalem
district court named two Is-
rael Defense Force officers
who are being held in cus-
tody in connection with the
June 1980 car bombings
that maimed two West
Bank mayors and injured a
police sapper attempting to
dismantle a bomb intended
for a third mayor.
The suspects are Maj.
Shlomo Livyatan, 34, of
Shilo on the West Bank and
Capt. Aharon Gilla, 35, of
Jerusalem. They were ar-
rested last week in the ongo-
ing investigation of a
Jewish terrorist under-
ground.
Judge Yisrael Weiner

Sixth Fleet
lic
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memorial

New York (JTA) —
Sailors of the U.S. Sixth
Fleet, men and women of all
faiths, participated recently
in the first Holocaust re-
membrance ceremonies
ever to take place aboard an
American warship.
The event was on 'the
forecastle deck of the USS
Puget Sound, flagship of the
Sixth Fleet, in Malaga,
Spain. They were joined by
the officers and crews of the
USS Semmes and USS
Peterson. The keynote
speaker was Vice Admiral
Edward Martin; Sixth Fleet
commander, and the cere-
monies were conducted by
Assistant Fleet Chaplain
Rabbi Arnold Resnicoff.

ruled that despite their
clean military records, the
two officers should remain
in custody for the duration
of the legal proceedings. Ac-
cording to Weiner, evidence
presented so far could lead
to the conviction of
Livyatan for placing explo-
sives in the cars of Mayors
Bassam Shaka of Nablus
and Karin Khallaf of
Ramallah. Both were crip-
pled.
If convicted, Livyatan
would face a maximum
penalty of 14 years' impris-
onment.
Gilla is accused of having
accompanied a Druze police
sapper to the garage of
Mayor Ibrahaim A-Tawil of
El Bireh. Although he was
fully aware that a bomb had
been placed in the mayor's
car, he failed to warn the
sapper who was perma-
nently blinded when the
bomb exploded. Gilla was
not injured.

Israel Radio,
TV journalists
stage strike

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel
Radio and television were
silenced and blacked-out
last Thursday evening, be-
cause of a strike by Israel
broadcasting authority
newsroom personnel. The
networks returned to reg-
ular program schedules on
Friday.
The electronic journalists
are demanding salaries
equal to those paid to print
newsmen. The broadcasting
authority management
agrees that the radio and
television members of the
Israel journalists associa-
tion should receive pay
equal to that of their news-
paper colleagues, and asked
the finance ministry to
make suitable ar-
rangements for salary in-
creases.
The only radio station in
Israel on the air throughout
the evening (apart from
hourly newscasts not af-
fected by the strike) was the
IDF's Galey Tzahal, which
comes under army auspices
and not the broadcasting
authority.

Issues warning

Nahariyah (ZINS) — The
chief rabbi of Nahariyah
has issued a call to local
residents to discourage
mixed marriages between
Israeli women and members
of the United Nations
Peacekeeping Force in
Lebanon.
• The UN soldiers are often
guests in the town, which is
located near the Israeli-
Lebanon border, according
to Rabbi Aharon Klar.

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