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February 22, 1985 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-22

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an appeal by an alleged leader of
El Fatah against possible depor-
tation.
Abdul Aziz Abu Ali Shahin,
who was arrested in 1967 and
served a 15-year jail sentence for
possession of sabotage equipment,
claimed that if he is deported to
Lebanon or Jordan his life would
be in danger. But the court, in
dismissing his appeal, cited a
document submitted by the pros-
ecution in which the authorities
were instructed to make sure than
any action against Shahin would
take into consideration his per-
sonal safety.
The court also rejected Shahin's
statement that he was a perma-
nent resident of the Gaza Strip
and as such could not be deported
under Israeli law. The authorities
noted that he had infiltrated Gaza
in 1967 and could be ousted with-
out the formality of deportation.
According to security sources,
Shahin, a one-time close associate
of Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion chief Yassir Arafat, was one
of the founders of El Fatah, the
PLO's terrorist arm and was the
PLO commander in the occupied,
territories. _While serving his jail
sentence he organized political
debate groups and hunger strikes
among other security prisoners,
the sources said.
On his release from prison he
allegedly resumed his political ac-
tivities and was exiled to the Be-
douin village of Dahaniya in the
Gaza Strip.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The cost of
living index rose by 5.3 percent
during January, according to the
Central Bureau of Statistics. The
figure for the last month of the
three-month wage and price
freeze.was generally expected and
caused no surprises.
The slight increase over the 3.7
percent December figure was due
to price rises for fruit and vegeta-
bles, which were not included in
the price holddown list, and some
increases allowed by the Ministry
of Commerce and Industry.
Employees will not receive any
cost of living increase with their
salaries for February, as the total
increase in the two months of
January and February is less
than the 12 percent base for such
increments.
But next month's figure is ex-
pected to be in the two-figure
range, following the price in-
creases which accompanied intro-
duction of the new and present
eight-month package agreement.
Finance Ministry spokesmen
praised the behavior of the public
during the difficult period. The
Histadrut said that if the gov-
ernment continues a careful eco-
nomic and financial policy, infla-
tion should be kept down to be-
tween three and five percent a
month.
The comparatively low increase
was also welcomed by the man-
ufacturers and employers.

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