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April 05, 1985 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-05

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Friday, April 5, 1985

TFrE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israel Releases
Arab Detainees

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Hundreds of
Arabs detained in the Ansar camp
in south Lebanon have been freed
and hundreds of others are being
transferred to a new camp inside
Israel, the Israel Defense Force
spokesmen announced.
Most of those being released are
Shiite Moslems who were mem-
bers of the organizations regarded
as "hostile" but had not taken an
active part in activities against
Israel.
Some 40 percent of the Ansar
detainees, who are being held
under the terms of the Fourth
Geneva Convention even though
Israel does not consider them
prisoners of war, had taken an
active part in attacks against the
IDF.
Another 40 percent had played
a "passive" role by supplying the
activists with arms and informa-
tion, and the others, including
Shiites and other Lebanese Mos-
lem groups and Palestinians,
were detained for membership in
hostile organizations.
The detainees transferred to
the new Israeli camp were
brought south in civilian Israeli
buses which had their windows
boarded up. They were handcuf-
fed and had their feet bound, and
were blindfolded as they were led
from the vehicles.
The Ansar prison inmates have
received weekly visits from the
International Red Cross, and
weekly visits from family mem-
bers.

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