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February 01, 1985 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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Friday, February 1, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Arab Terror
> Plot In Greece?

Athens (JTA) — Mystery sur-
rounds a report in the Greek
weekly,Ena, that 100 Arab assas-
sins from various Syrian-backed
Palestinian terrorist organiza-
tions were being sent to Greece to
murder Arab diplomats and
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion officials and to commit acts of
sabotage.
According to the magazine, the
plot was foiled when an Arab dip-
lomat in an unnamed Eastern
Mediterranean country supplied
the Greek authorities with the
false names and the numbers of
the forged passports the assassins
would use to enter Greece and the
names of the diplomats and others
on their "hit list."
The magazine also said that
when Prime Minister Andreas
Papandreou was apprised of the
situation, he sent a letter to
President Hafez Assad of Syria
warning him, in diplomatic
terms, that Syria would be held
responsible if such breaches of the
peace occurred in Greece.
A Greek government spokes-
man, Dimitri Maroudas, refused
to disclose a meeting between a
ranking official of the Greek
Foreign Ministry and the Syrian
Ambassador in mid-December at
which the envoy was warned that
Greek-Arab relations would suf-
fer a setback in the event of vio-
lent inter-Arab activities on
Greek soil.
The government denied the
other elements of the Ena story.
The magazine claimed that the
assassins were ordered to enter
Greece in small groups and that
during the first week of January,
16 Arabs carrying forged
passports arrived from Syria and
were immediately deported. An
anonymous source cited by the
magazine said three of them were
not deported but placed under ar-
rest.

Israel Divorce
Laws Remain
Unchanged

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel's
chief rabbis have politely refused
to do anything to ease the reli-
gious divorce laws which often
impose severe hardships on
women. There is no civil divorce
in Israel.
The two Chief Rabbis, Av-
raham Shapiro, Ashkenazic, and
Mordechai Eliahu, Sephardic, re-
ceived a delegation representing
women's organizations to hear
their plea for change. But accord-
ing to Arye Rosenzweig of the Tel
Aviv University law faculty, one
of three Orthodox lawyers who
discussed the problem with the
rabbis, Shapiro and Eliahu were
"sympathetic" but claimed there
was little they could do.
Of about 15,000 divorce peti-
tions filed each year in Israel, only
5,000 are resolved. In many cases
one partner, most often the
woman, has to wait years for a
divorce decree because the other
spouse refuses to agree to terms.
The religious courts which have
sole jurisdiction, usually will not
grant a divorce if one • spouse re-
fuses to agree.

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