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April 19, 1985 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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French Jewry

o.

Paris (JTA) — Jewish or-
ganizataions in Paris have asked
police to increase security meas-
ures in the aftermath of Satur-
day's bombing of Bank Leumi, the
fourth such attack against the
bank since 1977.
The extremist leftwing group
Direct Action claimed responsi-
bility for Saturday's bombing as
well as for separate bombings dur-
ing the day of a French govern-
ment office dealing with immig-
rants and the office of an extreme
rightwing newspaper, Minute.
Direct Action said the bomb-
ings were carried out by its "Sana
Mohaydaleh Commando Unit,"
named after the 16-year-old
Shiite suicide bomber who killed
two Israeli soldiers and a local
civilian and wounded two other
Israeli soldiers in south Lebanon
last Tuesday.
The bomb at the bank went off
at 4:25 a.m., wrecking the build-
ing, shattering windows and caus-
ing structural damage to the
Paris bureau of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency and area shops,
cafes and office buildings.
Police authorities said that sev-
eral organizations might be in-
volved in the terrorist attacks.
They believe that Direct Action
might have split into two factons:
"hardlners" who recently mur-
dered a French army general, and
"moderates" who carried out
Saturday's attacks.
Investigators believe there is a
connection between the "hardlin-
ers" and the recently outlawed
West European branch of the
"Armed Lebanese Revolutionary
Factions," identified as a Marxist
group, and German neo-Nazis.
The view of the investigators is
based on the arrest last week in
Paris of a West German neo-Nazi
activist, Godfried Hepp, described
as an important member of the
illegal Nazi Party.

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Saturday, April 27 - May 5

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New York (JTA) — Astronaut
Jeffrey Hoffman, a crew member
aboard the recent mission of the
space shuttle Discovery, carried
in his personal flight kit four
mezuzahs and an atarah, the in-
scripton on the collar of a tallit.
The 40-year-old Hoffman of
Clear Lake City, Texas, a suburb
near Houston, is the first Jewish
male astronaut to go up into
space. Judith Resnik was the first
Jewish woman to go into space
when she was a crew member last
June aboard the Discovery.
Hoffman, active in Cong. Shaar
Hasholom as past president of the
men's club, spoke with Rabbi Ar-
nold Stiebel, spiritual leader of
the congregation, about doing
something of "Jewish interest"
during the Discovery flight.
The four mezuzahs include one
of hand-blown glass designed by
Shirty Kagan of New York.
Hoffman, an astrophysicist, plans
to present the glass mezuzah to
the Israel Museum. One of the
ceramic ones will go to the Jewish
Museum in New York, another to
Cong. Shaar Hasholom and the
fourth he will keep.

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