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July 26, 1985 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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Friday, July 26, 1985 49

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

11 a.m. el

OPEN FROM
FOR LUNCH

Oct

Shiite Muslim
Release Set

Tel Aviv (JTA),— Another 100
Shiite Moslems will be released
from the Atlit detention camp
south of Haifa next week, accord-
ing to a Defense Ministry official
quoted in the local media. The
date of the release was not dis-
closed nor were any details of fu-
ture releases which ultimately
will empty the camp of prisoners
captured in Lebanon.
The freeing of 100 next week
will leave approximately 435
others in detention out of nearly
800 who were in the camp at the
beginning of the month.
Meanwhile, an Israel Defense
Force patrol seized several
Katyusha rocket-launchers in the
south Lebanon security zone Sun-
day and killed one terrorist, mili-
tary sources reported.

Concert Planned

"Music in the Park," Oak Park's
summer concert series, will pre-
sent The Singing Dolls on Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. in Shepherd
Park. -
Admission is free.

Jazz Concert

The Mike Kneale Quartet will
perform in the final concert of
Northland Center's Jazz Alfresco
series today at 1:30 p.m. The con-
cert will take place in the center's
Great Lakes Court.

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EARLY BIRD MENU

4 p.m. to 1 p.m. — Mon. Thru Fri.
$525
NOW APPEARING

Bomb Wrecks
Danish Temple

Paris (JTA) — Two separate
bomb blasts, within minutes of
each other, rocked a synagogue
and an American airline office in
Copenhagen. At least 17 people
were reported to have been in-
jured, four seriously, at the
Northwest Orient airline office.
No one was reported injured at the
synagogue, but five people were
injured at an adjacent Jewish old
age home from flying glass.
An anonymous caller claiming
to be speaking for the Islamic
Jihad (Islamic Holy War), organ-
ization, a group associated with
Shiite Moslem fundamentalists in
Lebanon, told a news agency in
Beirut that the attacks were car-
ried out by the organization in re-
prisal for an Israeli raid Sunday
near the Shiite, village of Kab-
rikha near Israel's Upper Galilee
border. Three people were re-
ported killed and ten wounded.
The caller warned, "From now
on, retaliation for American-
Zionist aggression against our
people will be immediate" and
will "be aimed at every Zionist,
American or reactionary estab-
lishment in various parts of the
world."
Copenhagen's Chief Rabbi Bent
Melchior denounced the bomb at-
tack on the synagogue as "an act
of total madness." Prime Minister
Poul Schluter said it was sad "that
Denmark has become a target for
international terrorism after
many years of being spared the
death and destruction inflicted on
other European countries by ter-
rorists."

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