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September 20, 1985 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 20, 1985

LISA BETH SPECK,

M.D.

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AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAVID
FOR ISRAEL

CHARTER HOUSE HAIR SHOPPE

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Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine

his capacity as chairman of the
Arab group during the month of
September. He requested the
meeting to consider Israeli
practices against the civilian
population in the Palestinian
occupied territories."
In a related development, the
Israeli Supreme Court last week
rejected the appeals by 11 Arabs
against deportation from the
territory. The 11 are among the
several hundred convicted ter-
rorists released from prison last
May and permitted to return to
their homes. They are suspected
of renewed terrorist activity and
were expected to be deported
this week.
Friday, Rafah police detained
a terrorist who was released last
May in. the prisoner exchange
deal with Ahamad Jibril. No
specific reasons were given for
the detention, except that the
terrorist has violated the condi-
tions of the release. The princi-
ple of those conditions has been
that the freed terrorists would
not engage in any way in anti-
Israel activities.
There are more than 200.freed
terrorists living in the Gaza
region. A second terrorist has
been detained in the past few
days because he, too, allegedly
violated the conditions for his
release.
In Jerusalem, police ques-
tioned Friday a soldier who
opened fire Thursday night at
an Arab-owned bus, wounding
five passengers.
The soldier, who waited to be
picked at hitch-hiking station
near Shuafat, in the north of
Jerusalem, claimed he began
shooting after a bottle, or some
other object, had been thrown at
him.
An hour later, a no. 25 egged
bus, traveling in the same road,
was stoned, leaving five
passengers lightly injured.
An additional seven persons
were placed under administra-
tive arrest in the territories last
week. The seven had allegedly
been involved in terrorist activi-
ties, over a long period. The ar-
rests bring the number of ad-
ministrative detainees now held
in the West Bank to 70.
A senior security source said
Thursday PLO leader Yasser
Arafat was behind the stepped
up terrorist activities in the ter-
ritories. The source said Arafat
hoped that this way he would
induce the U.S. to pressure Is-
rael to reach a political settle-
ment.
The source sharply attacked
the rapproachment between
King Hussein and Arafat, say-
ing that as a result Amman was
losing grounds to Arafat in the
territories. He added that Hus-
sein's rapprochment had dealt a
serious blow to the gliances of
Jordan, because
poaoo
Arafat's Fatah group was the
main force between the renewed
wave of terrorist activities.
The source said that the
eight-man gang caught aboard
the yacht Casselredit by the Is-
raeli Navy last month had been
intensively trained in Alberia to
go on a killing mission in
Kiryat Shmona.

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