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November 09, 1984 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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Friday, Noyember 9, 1984 11 ,



Papandreou trip raises questions

Athens (JTA) — Prime Minis-
ter Andreas Papandreou's trip to
Jordan and Syria late this week
puzzled observers of Greek policy
in the Middle East who wonder
what the premier hopes to gain
with his second foray into the
Arab world in less than two
Officials in Athens are
speculating that Papandreou,
who travelled to Libya in Sep-
tember, is making an attempt to
restore his credibility among
Arab nations and that the prime
minister hopes to secure a mediat-
ing role for Greece in the Arab-
Israeli dispute. Papandreou has
made a concerted effort in recent
months to improve relations with
Israel and now may be trying to

Body identified

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The chief
police pathologists confirmed
Tuesday that a body returned to
Israel by Egyptian authorities is
the remains of a 17-year-old Miri
Herzog who disappeared last
spring while on a tour of southern
The body was discovered by Is-
raeli tourists in sand dunes near
Nueiba months ago. The missing
girl's sister, Orit Block, identified
the body from clothing and

mollify the Arabs, observers feel.
In a related development,
Greek security forces were placed
on alert Monday in order to pro-
tect Israeli and Jewish installa-
tions in Athens after the govern-
ment was informed that a group of
terrorists, believed to be members
ofthe Al Fatah faction of the PLO,
had entered the country with exp-
losives and other weapons.

IDF soldier jailed
in Arab bus attack

Jerusalem (JTA) — A young in-
fantry soldier was remanded in
custody by a Jerusalem magis-
trate Sunday on suspicion that he
fired an anti-tank missile at an
Arab bus on the outskirts of
Jerusalem Oct. 28, killing one
passenger and wounding 10
The suspect, identified as David
Ben-Shimol, 18, of Jerusalem,
was said to have freely confessed .
to the crime. Three other soldiers
were detained for questioning as
possible accomplices before the
fact. According to Army Radio,
one of them has since been re-
leased and another, a young
woman soldier, will be released
later this week. Their identities
were withheld by order of the

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