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March 01, 1985 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

Jew Arrested
By Soviet Police

New York (JTA) — The Na-
tional Conference on Soviet Jewry
learned Tuesday that Natan Vir-
shulsky, a young, religious Jew,
was arrested in Kiev on charges of
allegedly "stealng books from a
synagogue library."
Virshulsky, who is from Mos-
cow, was in Kiev to visit his wife's
parents when the arrest was
made.

31

THE KNITTING NOOK

MAZEL
TOV
to
AVERY SILVERSTEIN

patrol entered Al-Bazouriye vil-
lage east of Tyre. Sgt. Shlomo
Oleg Avrumov, 23, was killed on
the same spot Feb. 17, also by a
roadside explosive.
Meanwhile, inside Israel, two
Katyusha rockets or mortar shells
were lobbed into the Golan
Heights last Wednesday. They
fell near a settlement in the
southern part of the Heights, ap-
parently fired from a point near
where the Israeli-Syrian and Jor-
danian borders meet. There was
no damage.
Military sources said a Syrian
village near the border was
known to be under the control of
Palestinians, and while they said
Syria was responsible for main-
taining order in the village, the
terrorists may have adopted the
habit of slipping across the Jordan
border to fire their missiles from
there and then returning home, so
that Damascus could disclaim re-
sponsibility.
The IDF is reported to have ex-
pelled dozens of Lebanese resi-
dents in villages in the area still
held by Israel and in whose houses
arms and explosives were found.
They were sent northwards to
parts of Lebanon from which the
IDF has withdrawn.
And in the opposite direction, a
southward movement has been
noted, of Lebanese who cooper-
ated with the IDF and who fear
their lives may be endangered by
other anti-Israel groups who will
accuse them of collaboration.
In Haifa last week, Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir said
there could be no comparison or
linkage between events in Leba-
non and on the West Bank and the
Gaza strip.
Speaking to newsmen during a
visit to wounded soldiers in Hai-
fa's Rambam Hospital last night
Shamir, who is acting Prime
Minister in the absence abroad of
Premier Shimon Peres, said: "Let
no one make the big mistake of
thinking that Israel's decision to
withdraw from Lebanon will have
an impact on other areas. Leba-
non is not the land of Israel
(Palestine) and Eretz Israel is not
Lebanon."
Meanwhile, in Washington, the
U.S. government last week urged
"all parties" in south Lebanon to
help end the violence there.
"We call on all parties to show
restraint and to work for a peace-
ful withdrawal of Israeli forces
and restoration of Lebanese gov-
ernment control" State Depart-
ment Deputy Spokesman Edward
Djerejian said. When asked
whether this included Israel he
repeated "all parties."

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