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December 28, 1984 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 28, 1984

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Housing sparks
Tel Aviv riot

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Police battled
rioters in the Kfar Shalem slum
quarter of Tel Aviv Tuesday. One
policeman was injured, a city-
owned vehicle was burned and a
bus was damaged. Five residents
were arrested.
The riot broke out when munic-
ipal workers, acting on a court or-
der, moved into the district to de-
molish two illegally built houses.
The owners had been given sev-
eral warnings to demolish the
structures which were erected
without a building permit.
Michael Eitan, a Likud MK,
who has taken up the cause of
slum-dwellers, accused the police
of violating his Knesset immunity
by blocking his approach to the
site. He said he had been sum-
moned by telephone before dawn
Tuesday to try to prevent the de-
molitions. According to Eitan, he
was roughed up by the police and
slightly injured.
The rioters shouted that the
houses would be torn down "only
over our dead bodies," and that
they did not want to live in a coun-
try that destroys homes.

is withdrawal
only option?

Washington (JTA) — A partial
Israeli withdrawl from Lebanon,
according to an editorial in the
Washington Post Wednesday, will
leave up to the Shiite population
and the United Nations
peacekeeping force the role of
dampening intra-Lebanese strife
and blocking the return of Pales-
tinian gunmen to the area.
The Post views this scenario as
the only option left to Israel as the
talks with Lebanon in Nakura
have made little progress over the
past weeks. The newspaper ques-
tioned why the Syrians, who are
calling the shots in Lebanon, have
insisted that the Lebanese dele-
gation stick to the "laughable de-
mand that Israel turn over to the
Lebanese army, a puppy dog, all of
Southern Lebanon down to the Is-
raeli border?"

CORRECTIONS

The obituary for Rabbi
Max Kapustin appearing in
last week's Jewish News was
in error.
The obituary should have
said that he was a founder of
Akiva Hebrew Day School
with Rabbi James I. Gordon
and the late Rabbi Hayim
Donin.
Rabbi Kapustin also was
president of the Akiva board
of education.

A photo in last week's
Jewish News incorrectly
identified a resident of the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments as Eva Meister. The
woman should have been
identified as Fran Salwin.

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