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May 31, 1985 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-31

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Men's ORT To Cite David Page 5

Reform Synagogues Will Honor Five Leaders

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U.S. Envoy Says Ariel Sharon Planned The War In Lebanon

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Youngsters And Oldsters In Harmony

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THE - JEWISH NEWS

MAY 31, 1985

SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

THIS ISSUE 50c

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FREEDOM'S SONG

Monday night's concert
will boost local activities
for Soviet Jewry

See Page 6

IDF soldier Hezi Shai, returning from captivity in Lebanon, is welcomed by Israeli
Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Released Terrorists
Forced From Homes

Refusenik Pavel Abramovich

The Refuseniks:
A Journey
Into Limbo

An exclusive, first-hand account of
visits with our Soviet Jewish families

See Page 14

Jerusalem (JTA) — Jewish
settlers in the West Bank have
mounted a campaign to force convicted
terrorists freed in the May 20 prisoner
exchange to leave the territory.
Settlers in the Nablus area said
they had a list of all of the released
prisoners and were demanding the
cooperation of local village leaders to
get rid of them. Thousands of leaflets
were distributed in Hebron and
Ramallah Monday night, warning the
terrorists to leave. At least two were
forced from their homes and fled to
Jordan.
In the Israeli Arab village of Tira,
the heads of the local Arab councils
met to consider the threats by Rabbi
Meir Kahane, leader of the extremist
Kach party, to "liquidate" the released
terrorists if they refused to leave vol-
untarily.
Minister of Tourism Avraham
Sharir has begun canvassing his col-
leagues in a campaign to introduce the
death penalty for terrorists. Israeli
law does not provide the death penalty

and terrorists convicted of murder, in-
cluding many of those released in the
exchange, are given life sentences.
Two of the latter, convicted of
murdering David Rosenfeld at an ar-
cheological site at Herodion three
years ago, were literally driven from
their homes in the Bedouin village of
Faradis. They decided to leave after

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Births
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Classified Ads
Editorials
Engagements
Obituaries
Purely Commentary

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Danny Raskin

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Singles
Synagogues
Women's News

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