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November 02, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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„48, Friday, Nov„ergb,er 2, :1984

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Army's actions
criticized in wake
of bus attack

Jerusalem (JTA) — Sunday's
rocket attack_ by Jewish ex-
tremists on an Arab bus here in
which one man was killed and 10
other persons were wounded, pro-
duced the predictable gamut of
reactions this week — from
stonethrowing at the Daheisha
refugee camp, to outrage and con-
demnation from politicians of
most parties, to praise from Rabbi
Meir Kahane's Kach Party.
Police Minister Haim Barley, a
former army Chief of Staff, con-
demned the laxity in the army
which enabled the rocket
launcher to find its way into the
hands of "fanatics." He called on
the military authorities to tighten
up security in this respect. The
rocket launcher is widely used by
the infantry.
(In the ongoing campaign by
the Israel Defense Force to have
stray equipment returned to the
army, which has lasted through-
out the month, scores of rifles,
mortars, grenades and other let-
hal weapons have been brought
back to police stations and army
camps across the country. The
amnesty period for returning
weapons ended Thursday.)
Sunday's attack was the first
such anti-Arab incident since last
April when police thwarted an at-
tempt by Jewish extremists to
plant bombs on Arab-owned buses
in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Subsequently, 25 Jews were ar-
rested and are subsequently on
trial in connection with several
attacks on West Bank Arabs dur-
ing the past three years.
Alongside the rocket launcher,
found nearby, was a handwritten
note in Hebrew declaring the at-
tack was an act of revenge for the
murder near Bethlehem last week
of an Israeli man and woman, al-
legedly by a resident of the
Daheisha refugee camp acting out
of "nationalist" motives.
The dead Palestinian was iden-
tified as Jemal Ismail El-Mattur,
20 years old. Five of the injured
were released from Hadassah
Hospital and from Mukatteb Hos-
pital in the Old City where all 10
of the wounded were taken for
treatment.
Israeli authorities were re-
ported Monday night to be consid-
ering closing Bethelehem Uni-
versity following a day of violence
on and near the campus in reac-
tion to the bus attack. Students at
Bethlehem stoned passing cars
and border policemen responded
with tear gas grenades during the
hours of unrest at the campus.

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and detection of cancer are being
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