THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 14, 1984
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Vienna (JTA) — The third trial
against a Palestinian accused of
having masterminded two ter-
rorist acts in Vienna three years
ago ended last week with the con-
viction of Mohammed Bahij
Younis. Younis, who was charged
with the planning of both the kil-
ling of Vienna City Councilman
Heinz Nittel and the attack on the
Jewish Community Center in
Vienna - that killed two and in-
jured 18 others, was sentenced to
20 years in prison.
The majority (5-3) vote of the
jury reflected the strange array of
evidence brought forth by the de-
fendant's lawyer. Younis had
been arrested several days after
the attack on the community cen-
ter, when the two terrorists ap-
prehended on the scene of the cen-
ter attack confessed that he had
been their commanding officer. At
his home, the police found
passports and the tests on
weapons found in the apartment
proved they had been used in the
Nittel slaying earlier in 1981.
During the trial, one of the two
attackers changed his story and
said that Younis had had nothing
to do with the terrorist acts,
somebody else had commanded
them. Younis had all the time in-
sisted that a third man, called
Faud, had masterminded the ac-
to tax proposal
Above entrees include: House salad with choice, of
dressing and chef's garnish
New York (JTA) — The Council
of Jewish Federations (CJF) has
sent a memorandum to each of its
constituent federations pointing
out that some suggestions for re-
vising the federal income tax sys-
tem, as unveiled at a press confer-
ence by Treasury Secretary
Donald Regan, could have a se-
vere impact on charitable contri-
butions to public service agencies.
The CJF has thus joined a wide
range of religious groups, univer-
sities, foundations, cultural in-
stitutions and associations pro-
viding services to the needy, in
voicing criticism of the Regan
proposals which could cut sharply
Toxic gas also
made in Israel
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Methyl
isocyanate, the gas that leaked
from a pesticide plant in Bhopal,
India, last week killing 2,000
people and injuring thousands
more, is also manufactured in Is-
rael and four other countries out-
side the United States.
Officials for Union Carbide,
which operated the plant in India,
informed the Jerusalem Post's
Washington correspondent from
their global headquarters in Con-
necticut that the chemical was
manufactured and distributed by
an Israeli firm.
The chemical is used to make a
pesticide known as carbamates
and is also produced in Japan,
West Germany, Taiwan and