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December 14, 1984 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 14, 1984

let your words
do the talking
in the

JEWISH
NEWS
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chairman of the American Zionist
'und. It will be used to expand the
ZOA's public affairs program in
the U.S. and its cultural and edu-
cational institutions in Israel.
Resnick told the dinner guests
that the recent denunciation of
the Camp David accords by King
Hussein of Jordan and the silence
President Hosni Mubarak of
Egypt in defending his peace
treaty with Israel "testifies to an
instability and inconsistency that
must trouble all free peoples who
,put their faith in negotiated
agreements." He added that it
especially troubles the Jews of Is-
-,
ael who have voluntarily traded,
beyond any state in existence, the
security of territory for the prom-
ise of peace."

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live get jail
in Moslem plot
against Israel,

Jerusalem (JTA) — Five mem-
1- :-..rs of a network of Moslem ex-
', tremists were sentenced to prison
terms ranging from nine to 13
years Monday by the Gaza mili-
tary court.
The five, arrested last June,
were charged with plotting to
eradicate the State of Israel with
the aim of replacing it with a Mos-
lem religious state as the first step
' Jward imposing Islamic rule in
the region. The plot was un-
covered last spring after the group
made contacts with a former
member of the Jordanian Parlia-
ment in Amman
The clandestine group, with the
aid of the former Jordanian MP,
managed to raise funds to buy
arms and ammunition and began
to train sympathizers in hand-
to-hand combat. No details have
been released as to how Israeli se-
curity managed to uncover the
I group before it was able to act.
, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, 48, of
-Gaza, the leader of the group, was
sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Yassin, a paraplegic, received the
verdict calmly, sitting in a
wheel-chair and wrapped in a
blanket. The four other ex-
tremists received jail sentences
-ranging from nine to 12 years.
The court rejected the defense
argument that the' arms were
purchased for self-defense against
local rivals. There is no appeal on
verdicts handed down by military
courts.

Recruits flunk
literacy tests

Tel Aviv (JTA) — About 300 of
-che young Israelis recruited into
the army each year are rejected
because they can neither read or
write, Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin was informed during a visit
Tuesday to the Israel Defense
Force special training center. He
' was told that about 90 percent of
the illiterate youth are native-
, born Sabras.

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